So I am trying to avoid meat but I am still eating fish. I have been doing some research about vegetarianism and hair growth. A lot of vegetarians complain of hair loss or slow hair growth. I read an article that claims hair loss and slow hair growth isn't due to a lack of meat (or fish) in one's diet, rather usually a sudden change in weight. If you are eating properly and still getting proteins from other sources (i.e. eggs, beans, etc), you shouldn't notice hair loss. So I must eat my beans on a regular basis! I have worked too hard to grow my natural hair!
Many vegetarians and vegans have a B-12 deficiency. I've never eaten a lot of meat and I just recently started taking a B-12 supplement every day along with my multi-vitamin and Biotin supplement and I have noticed an increase in my energy levels. I am not saying that I don't get tired, but I don't feel as run down as I have been feeling lately.
I will definitely be keeping an eye on how my hair holds up to my eating habits. I would love to hear from naturals who are vegetarians, semi-vegetarians and vegans.