Tuesday, 13 August 2013

These Tweak in Your Diet Can Make Your Hair Growing

Being a woman you want your hair to be thicker, stronger and longer? Here is the small list of eating list you can practically implement... and there is no need to buy expensive creams, lotions or gizmos which normally comes with a list of side-effects was well.

If it’s a fish; let it be salmon:
Rich in Vitamin D and proteins, salmons are also a great source of omega-3 fatty acids. These fatty acids that are needed for hair growth are not synthesized by the body. Besides Salmon, Herring, Sardines, Trout and Mackerel are also great alternatives to it.

Try out walnuts:
 The only kind of nuts that have omega-3 fatty acids in significant amounts, walnuts are rich in biotin and Vitamin E which protect against DNA damage. Copper in walnuts also results and rich colour and luster of hair. If you are allergic to fish (or pure vegan) then you must eat walnuts- no exception!

Oysters… below the sea:
Zinc, the deficiency of which causes hair loss; oysters are rich in the said mineral. Just 3 ounces of oyster has 493% of the daily intake value. Other zinc-rich food include cereals and whole grain breads

Sweet Potato:
Rich in antioxidant beta carotene, sweet potato are an essential part of diet every now and then. The body produces Vitamin A from the above said antioxidant; and each and every cell in the body needs Vitamin A to carry on basic functioning. Moreover it protects the hair by producing the oil that sustains the scalp.

One of the greatest sources of protein; it also contains zinc,   selenium, sulfur and iron. Iron is necessary for carrying oxygen to hair follicles that root the hair to the scalp.

All in all having a healthy hair growth is just a matter if small little changes in the diet that compliments hair growth.

If you know better ideas, just let me know :) 

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