Nutritional imbalances are often the cause of hair loss. Poor nutrition can lead to macronutrients protein, fat, carbohydrates and micronutrients vitamin and mineral deficiencies that can create unhealthy body turn and lead to hair loss. To support the health of your hair and your overall well-being, add some or all of the following foods to your diet.
Eating colorful fruits and vegetables such as carrots, peppers and watermelon, which are packed with vitamin A and beta-carotene. Some studies suggest that vitamin A stimulates the hair growth and health of cells, such as hair follicles.
Promote healthy hair by eating fatty fish such as salmon and sardines are packed with omega-3 fatty acids.
Eat yogurt and other vitamin B5 rich foods that blood flow can be up to your scalp and promote as a result its growth.
Make a salad with spinach is packed with vitamin A, iron, folic acid and vitamin C. This vitamin and mineral cocktail helps support healthy scalp and hair.
Make sure you get enough protein by eating lean meats (such as chicken or turkey), low-fat dairy, and protein-rich vegetables (such as beans). Hair is made of a keratin protein molecule and therefore, good protein requirement is necessary to feed it.
Eat foods that vitamin B7 also known as biotin, which can help promote hair growth contain. Eat foods including eggs, fortified cereals, milk and chicken.
Eat zinc-rich foods such as oysters, lobster and fortified cereals. Zinc deficiency can cause hair loss which is why you should make sure that you get enough of these minerals in your daily diet.
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