Tuesday, June 25, 2024

5 Best Foods for Hair

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The health of your hair depends not only on the shampoo or conditioner you use daily

The health of your hair depends not only on the shampoo or conditioner you use daily, but also on what you eat. No matter how fancy products you use, it won’t work if the food lacks essential vitamins and nutrients. According to nutritionist Lavneet Batra, a healthy diet and proper care work to keep hair healthy. But what are these foods that should be eaten regularly to keep hair healthy? Let’s know about 5 such foods-

1. egg
Surely we know that eggs are good for our hair? It is one of the natural sources of protein, which is essential for hair growth. This is why you need to add eggs to your daily food list. This protein-rich food will keep your hair shiny and healthy.

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2. green vegetables
Green vegetables are rich in iron and work great for our hair. Our hair cells require large amounts of this mineral and its deficiency causes hair loss. Regular consumption of green vegetables like Spinach, Kalmi, Gourd, Pumpkin, Puishak will help keep your hair healthy.

3. Nuts and seeds
Our hair also needs healthy fats to stay healthy. Nuts and seeds are an excellent source of these healthy fats. They are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which help nourish and thicken hair. In this case, you can eat different types of nuts, flaxseeds, walnuts and chia seeds.

4. Avocado
According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), avocados contain minerals like potassium and calcium, which prevent hair breakage and make hair look shiny. Wondering how to add it to your diet? You can easily eat the beneficial fruit avocado by making sandwiches or smoothies.

5. citrus fruit
Adding enough citrus fruits to your diet is essential for healthy hair. This kind of fruit helps in iron absorption and collagen production and accelerates hair growth. Lemon, orange, grapefruit etc. are all great for hair health.

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