If you’ve been envious of people with long, strong and shiny, healthy hair and wished you could have the same condition of hair too, read this.
Hair essentially needs a healthy diet of minerals and vitamins to maintain shiny, healthy hair.
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One of the best things you can do is to eat a healthier diet comprising of these crucial vitamins and minerals.
Biotin increases hair density and also helps produce more hair. It can be found in foods such as wild rice, lentils, and oats.
Vitamin A helps the production of sebum, which in turn prevents hair from drying out and is extremely beneficial for healthy hair cell growth.
It is found in vegetables like sweet potato, carrots and spinach and fruits like cantaloupe peaches.
Vitamin C produces collagen which is an important aspect for strengthening hair and improving healthy hair growth.
Vitamin C is found in oranges, tangerines, strawberries, blueberries and all types of citrus and berries.
Vitamin D helps the promotion of healthy follicle growth which in turn is essential in rreducing hair loss.
Vitamin D is found in fish and dairy products like tuna, mackerel and salmon and products like milk, cheese, curd.
It is also a good habit to spend at least 15 to 20 minutes in the sun daily, as this helps production of Vitamin D too.
Vitamin E keeps the scalp healthy, thereby preventing hair loss.
Vitamin E is found in leafy green vegetables and nuts and seeds like spinach, beans and soybeans.
Iron keeps hair-producing cells churning hard by infusing oxygen to the cells.
Iron is found in foods like meat, poultry and eggs. It can also found in, legumes, quinoa and pumpkin seeds.
Magnesium again, helps tone a healthy scalp and thus provides strong and healthy hair.
Magnesium is found in green vegetables, beans, nuts, whole grains and fatty fish like salmon.
Niacin helps with blood circulation, which again leads to healthy hair.
Niacin is found in foods like fish, chicken, and nuts like peanuts and sunflower seeds.
Zinc repairs damaged hair cells and keeps the oil glands surrounding the follicles in healthy shape.
Zinc is found in foods like oysters, meat, dark chocolate, cereals, and mushrooms.