Healthy Hair

1332 WordsAug 11, 20136 Pages
Tips for Healthy Hair Nowadays, not only women but men too are willing to pay any amount of money for finding out the secret behind healthy hair. Irrespective of the type of hair you are born with, follow these 5 tips and see the results yourself: healthy and luxurious hair. 1) Diet: Healthy hair beings with your body. Dark green vegetables such as spinach and broccoli are an excellent source of vitamin A and vitamin C which is needed to produce sebum, the body’s natural hair conditioner. Coconut is also considered as an excellent food for hair. Dairy products such as fresh yoghurts and milk not only strengthen your hair but also add shine to it. Avoid processed and canned foods as they are not really helpful in providing nutrition to…show more content…
It seems that the objective of the CSR has been misconstrued. Every company must have its CSR activities keeping in view the needs of the locality where it is situated and also the prevailing environment. CSR is not a new concept. Henry Ford of Ford Motors used to pay very high wages in terms of wage structure elsewhere. His object was to keep his workers very well-off. Tata of India has always developed a township wherever it has established a big factory and the employees have been provided with health, education and other facilities. The government can hardly keep pace with the time for implementation of a project. Every government project experiences cost overrun. Bureaucracy always suffers from inhibition psyche. Promptness is a word unknown to it. As a result, growth and development have always been impeded in the government sector. Before discussing the issue further, let me narrate an incident. Decades back, I was working as Sub-divisional Officer of Bhola. After the disastrous natural calamity in 1970, a Swedish organisation set up an orphanage for the children, who became orphans due to this disaster. The orphanage was run by the Swedish people. One day, the gentleman in charge of the orphanage came to me and requested me to help him in buying another 'bigha ' of land for expansion of the same. I advised him to place the fund with the government and assured that the land would be duly
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