Eat these foods to help with hair growth!

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The Bests Foods for Healthier Hair:

 

Eggs:

Whether you eat them scrambled, fried or poached; eggs are a great source of protein and biotin, two nutrients that may promote hair growth. Biotin improves the infrastructure of keratin which hair is made of. When making an omelet or a scramble, don’t discard the yolks. Eggs are also a rich source of four major elements, zinc, sulphur, iron and selenium. All these elements are needed for a head full of healthy hair. Deficiency of any of these elements will lead to a dry flaky scalp and innumerable hair loss. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

Avocado:

Another food that has plenty of healthy fat, avocados are packed with the monounsaturated kind that will keep your hair shiny and soft. Try adding ¼-½ an avocado to your meals to give your hair a boost. Copper, a mineral found in avocado, is one of the best nutrients that fortify both hair and skin. Copper also helps to balance the hormones so hair grows strong and aids other reactions in the scalp that strengthen lipids in the hair. Other copper-rich foods include shellfish, veal, beef, whole grains, dark leafy green vegetables, beans and legumes, nuts and chocolate.

 

Almonds:

Biotin, a B-vitamin, is showing up in so many new hair products and for good reason. Biotin helps hair grow and keeps the scalp healthy. We already know that nuts are packed with healthy fat and protein that nourish your body in a number of ways, but almonds in particular have a role in hair growth. High in vitamin E and biotin, almonds help strengthen your hair and feed your scalp.

 

Carrots:

Not only beneficial for your eyes, carrots are magic for your hair too. Carrots are rich in beta-carotene which transforms into Vitamin A when ingested. Drink carrot juice every day for quick hair growth. The hair contains the fastest growing tissues in the body and vitamin A is required for the growth of every cell. It also helps the scalp in producing the natural sebum oil which keeps it and the roots healthy to boost hair growth.

 

Greek Yogurt:

Along with being an excellent source of hair-bolstering protein, Greek yogurt is also full of vitamin D and vitamin B5, both of which nourish your strands. Studies have shown that vitamin D deficiency may actually lead to hair loss, so it’s extra important to get enough of this nutrient on a regular basis. Other dairy products like low skimmed milk, cottage cheese and low fat cheese along with Greek yogurt helps improve health of hair follicles. 

 

Spinach:

Spinach leaves are already considered a crucial part of a healthy diet, but as it turns out, these leafy greens are a powerful support system for your hair. Spinach is a great source of iron, which is important because anemia (iron deficiency) can cause an interruption of the blood supply to your roots, which can lead to hair loss and other issues. These leafy greens have tons of vitamin A which helps maintain the production of natural oils to keep hair healthy, and vitamin C, which is essential for the building and maintenance of collagen which provides structure to hair as well.

 

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