Nails are good indicators of our general health. Nail strength is directly linked to how well nourished we are, especially with regard to protein and mineral intake. If we are not consuming enough of these nutrients we tend to have soft and easily broken nails. Including seaweeds in the diet, about 1/2 oz. per day, can bring about a positive and noticeable change. Seaweed nourishes the thyroid gland and supplies the body with high concentrations of minerals that can invigorate the metabolism and speed up the rate of nail and hair growth.
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And then, of course, less pragmatically and more philosophically, it ties into the whole minimalism thing in that the experience is definitely more enhanced the less stuff you distract yourself with. My buddy, Joe, likes to say, There are basically two approaches: you can either go for comfort, or go for a vision. Does hair makeup minimal give you a sense of empowerment? Absolutely. In our modern first-world society, our basic needs are almost always very easily met. I think there is something very purposeful and illuminating and educational about putting oneself in a situation where [things] get a little desperate and you have nothing but your own strength and will to get you through it. It is a very privileged and bourgeois position to be in to be willfully denying oneself creature comforts but I don’t think that negates the fact that we can learn a lot from being in such situations; that these situations are unique opportunities for personal growth. There is a very Emersonian radical self-reliance aspect to my hair makeup in the mountains that has definitely become a foundational cornerstone to my identity and psyche. Do you believe that hair makeup in general has become overcomplicated and that Western womens are overloaded with too much information andfeedback? I don’t really know. I don’t think it really has to do too much with information and feedback. Though I think there is something to be said for learning to be more intuitive about listening to your body rather than always relying on an instrument (heart-rate monitor, GPS, etc.