6 Foods You Need For Healthier Hair

Ever dreamt of having long, luscious and healthy hair but can never achieve it? Well, you’re in luck today because we have the answers! Healthy hair starts with a healthy scalp. Poor scalp maintenance could cause your hair to look thin and frail. In some cases, it may even lead to hair loss!

Occasional scalp treatments, topped with using the right haircare products can help you in getting the lustrous strands you desire. Most importantly, start by eating the right food as they provide nutrients your scalp needs in order to generate healthy hair growth.

Here are the top 6 foods that’ll help you achieve your hair dreams:

1. Eggs

Eggs

Eggs are one of the richest sources of protein, and since your hair is made up of protein, it is important to make sure you consume enough protein in your daily diet as protein is the building block for your hair. An egg a day keeps your bad hair days away!

 2. Nuts

Nuts

Nuts contain omega-3 fatty acids that nourish and thicken the hair strands. Since your body cannot produce healthy fats, you need them as your source of fats to help promote hair growth. A proper amount of omega-3 in your diet prevents itchy, dry, flaky scalp. On the plus side, it adds sheen and luster to the hair.

Walnuts and almonds are high in Omega-3 fatty acids, they are the way to go. So, GO NUTS!

3. Berries

Berries

Eat berries every day for quick hair growth. They are packed with beneficial compounds and vitamins that promote hair growth. Berries contain vitamin C, which has strong antioxidant properties that’ll help in protecting your hair follicles against damage from harmful molecules.

These molecules are called free radicals. Free radicals exist in the air you breathe and can be produced when the sun shines onto your hair.

Strawberries are an excellent source of vitamin C, which aids in collagen production and iron absorption. These factors play a big part in promoting hair growth. Or should I say, #hairgoals!  

4. Sweet Potatoes

Sweet Potato

Never underestimate sweet potatoes as they are a great source of beta-carotene. When consumed, the body converts beta-carotene into vitamin A which helps the scalp in producing natural sebum oil that keeps the root and the hair healthy. It also contains other factors that speed up the rate of hair growth.

Additionally, it keeps your hair hydrated giving it an extra shine. We all love an extra added benefit!

5. Avocado

Avocado

Avocados pack a powerful punch of vitamin E which may promote hair growth, it also improves the blood circulation and it helps the follicles to work more. This explains why they are used in so many natural hair remedies.

Vitamin E protects the skin on your body, including your scalp, from damage and oxidative stress. Damaged skin from your scalp causes you to lose hair follicles.

Moreover, avocados are a great source of essential fatty acids which your body cannot produce. These fats are essential building blocks for your cells. Deficiency in essential fatty acids can lead to hair loss. 

Avocados are your best bet! Add them to your breakfast sandwich or blend them into a smoothie. It’s never too late to start a healthy diet!

6. Tuna (Yellowfin)

Tuna

Yellowfin Tuna is a food containing one of the highest sources of Niacin, also known as vitamin B-3. It is one of the most important vitamins that help transform your weak and dull hair into lustrous, shiny and faster-growing locks.  

Niacin is a water-soluble vitamin that is known for dilating of the blood vessels to allow better circulation of blood to nourish the scalp and hair follicles as poor blood circulation is a huge factor in hair loss and thinning.  

DrGL®’s Cleanser Anti-Hairloss incorporates niancin as one of the key ingredients in their formula to help hair regain a glossy, healthy bounce.

Getting gorgeous hair has so much to do with investing in a good cleanser!

Fun Fact: Hair grows at an average of 1.25cm (0.5 inches) per month, this means the average person grows 6 inches of hair per year. Insane!

XOXO,

Your Beauty BFF

Cleanser Hair (Anti-Hairloss)
DrHair® Hair Defence Trial
Published Date: 02 October 2018

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