22 July 2019

Top 10 Foods for Healthy Hair - Rasoop

Top 10 Foods for Healthy Hair - Rasoop . Beautiful, shiny hair requires more than a good shampoo and conditioner. It starts on the inside—with a healthy diet.

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strong and shiny hair is almost everyone's dream yet not everyone is able to fulfill it of course it's important to keep your scalp healthy but it's also critical to pay attention to your diet you can have dry frizzy smooth or silky hair all these are signs of your inside health each strand is made up of cells that contain a tough protein called keratin and they need to be constantly nourished with minerals and vitamins to make your hair long and strong we have enlisted some foods for hair growth which you must definitely add in your daily diet so I've found 10 foods that are especially beneficial one salmon for shine fish like salmon sardines and mackerel are packed with healthy omega-3 fatty acids your body can't make these healthy fats so you have to get them from food or supplements they help protect you from disease but your body also needs them to grow hair and keep it shiny and full to grow with Greek yogurt it's packed with protein the building block of your locks Greek yogurt also has an ingredient that helps with blood flow to your scalp and hair growth

it's called vitamin b5 known as pantothenic acid and may even help against hair thinning and loss you may recognize pantothenic acid as an ingredient on your hair and skin care product labels 3 spinach to battle brittle hair like so many dark green leafy vegetables spinach is full of amazing nutrients it has tons of vitamin A plus iron beta-carotene folate and vitamin C these work together for a healthy scalp in Maine they keep your hair moisturized so it doesn't break want to mix it up a little kale is another great green choice for guava to prevent breakage this tropical fruit brims with vitamin C it protects your hair from breaking one cup of guava has 377 milligrams of vitamin C that's more than four times the minimum daily recommended amount 5 iron fortified cereal to prevent loss getting too little iron can lead to hair loss but you can find this important nutrient in fortified cereal grains and pastas and in soy beans and lentils beef especially organ meats like liver have lots of it shellfish and dark leafy greens due to six lean poultry for thickness when you

don't get enough protein hair growth rests since it stops and older hairs fall out you can have hair loss to get protein from meat pick lean options like chicken or turkey which have less saturated fat than sources like beef and pork seven sweet potatoes to fight dull LOX have dry hair that's lost its shine sweet potatoes are filled with a good-for-you antioxidant called beta-carotene your body turns beta-carotene into vitamin A that helps protect against dried dull hair it also encourages the glands in your scalp to make an oily fluid called sebum that keeps hair from drying out you can also find beta-carotene in other orange vegetables like carrots pumpkin cantaloupe and mangoes eight cinnamon for circulation sprinkle this spice on your oatmeal toast and in your coffee it helps with blood flow also called circulation that's what brings oxygen and nutrients to your hair follicles 9 eggs for growth your protein and iron bases are covered when you eat eggs they're rich in a B vitamin called viadon that helps hair grow not having enough of this vitamin can lead to hair loss biotin also helps strengthen

brittle fingernails ten boy stirs for fullness these are rich in zinc when you don't have enough of this mineral in your diet you can have hair loss even in your eyelashes cells that build hair rely on zinc to help them work their hardest you can also find this mineral in beef crab lobster and fortified cereal if you liked our video please take a moment to subscribe to our YouTube channel by clicking subscribe button then tapping the bell icon so you will be the first to know when we post the new videos you