Specialists in The Trichological Society assert that the best way to grow healthy hair is to maintain a healthy body. In an interview with WebMD, Dr. Nicole Rogers assures readers that all hair grows at the same rate. To stimulate leg hair, a person must take a full body approach.
Taking supplements is not the way to stimulate hair growth, notes Dr. Rogers and The Trichological Society. Instead, take inventory of stress levels, medications and poor health habits. Smoking, for example, is known to negatively affect hair health.
Adjust your diet to include essential vitamins, minerals and other nutrients like zinc and calcium. Fatty acids found in walnuts and fish oil provide skin with required moisture. The Trichological Society also promotes amino acids as a way to help strengthen hair. L-Methionine, L-Cysteine and L-Lysine are proven to support healthy hair growth. The organization also provides a list of 10 "hair healthy" foods necessary for a regular diet: salmon, dark green vegetables, beans, nuts, poultry, eggs, whole grains, oysters, low-fat dairy products and carrots. Hair growth requires proper circulation, which spreads oxygen and nutrition through the body and to the legs. Apply a topical caffeine or taurine to the legs to stimulate circulation.