How to make Hair grow faster0 Comments

Posted on 04 Jul 2014 at 5:27am

How to make Hair grow faster

How to make Hair grow faster

We all want flowing, shiny and healthy hair. For this, some part is played by genetics and some by our treatment to them (products and styling tools we use) but much is importance about its food. It’s not about hair masks but about the food eat to nourish them from inside and make them healthy, shiny and smooth.

According to experts, the key to unlock beautiful hair is eating a well-balanced life. Place these foods into your diet to make your hair beautiful and shiny.

Salmon is filled with omega-3 fatty acids, iron and vitamin B12 and all of them keep scalp well nourished and hair strong and lustrous which doesn’t make hair look dry and dull.

Vitamin A and C help the body to produce sebum which is a natural conditioner for hair and both of these are present in dark green vegetables. Iron and calcium strengthen the hair and they’re also present in these green leafy vegetables.

Beans also promote healthy hair growth as they’re rich in protein.

Nuts are also very beneficial for hair. Mineral Selenium is present in the Brazil nuts which is helpful to grow hair shiny and thick. Walnuts are high in omega-3 fatty acids that help to keep hair moisturize. Almonds, pecans, cashew and walnuts all are rich source of zinc which prevents hair loss.

Poultry is packed with protein. Deficiency of protein can lead to weak, brittle hair and in the end loss of hair.

Eggs also are good source of protein and additionally provide vitamin B12 and biotin, both of which are essential for healthy hair.

Fortified whole-grain breakfast cereals and whole grain breads are full of healthy minerals like iron and zinc along with B vitamins.

Hairs are fortified by calcium which is abundant in low fat dairy products. Cottage cheese, skim milk and yogurt are all good products.

Vitamin A is abundant in carrots which improves the scalp condition and grow strong, shiny hair.

Along with the body, the hair also drinks water. A quarter weight of hair is of water.

Cucumbers are great source of water and silica. Silica has been found to promote growth of hair.

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