Eat Your Way To Beautiful Hair

Eat Your Way To Beautiful Hair

There are a number of vitamins that you can include in your daily diet that will help tremendously to prevent hair loss, make your hair grow faster and have it looking like a shampoo hair model. 

Following is a list of some of these vitamins and the foods in which they are found and, if consumed regularly, will bring out the natural beauty of your hair.

Beta Carotene

Beta Carotene is an antioxidant that provides vitamin A, both of which are very important for hair growth. It is found in orange, green, and yellow vegetables such as carrots, winter squash, turnips, yams, spinach and kale.

Vitamin B

One of the best vitamins for hair growth, vitamin B? This vitamin is extremely beneficial for hair growth and is found in dairy products, eggs and whole grains. Apart from being high in vitamin B, chick peas, lean meat, such as turkey and chicken, as well as fish, are also full of zinc, which is helpful in preventing hair loss and building protein. 

Iron

Broccoli, Swiss chard, spinach and kale, all dark green vegetables, contain high amounts of iron, which promotes hair growth and beauty by conveying oxygen to the hair. 

Vitamin A

This vitamin is great for hair growth. Vitamins A and C also help the body to produce its natural moisturizer called sebum, a natural conditioner secreted by hair follicles. Sweet potatoes, kale, cantaloupe and tuna are great sources of vitamin A. 

Vitamin C

Vitamin C also encourages hair growth by improving blood circulation, allowing important nutrients and vitamins to be carried efficiently to the hair follicles. Red bell peppers, broccoli, kale strawberries, kiwi and, of course, oranges are all great natural ways to get more vitamin C. 

Vitamin E

Found in eggs, seeds, legumes, nuts, and whole grains, as well as green leafy vegetables such as spinach, vitamin E prevents hair loss by improving circulation and increasing the absorption of oxygen. This enhances the beauty of the hair, and promotes healthy hair growth.

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