What to eat for healthy hair
Want healthier hair that shines and is easy to manage? Focus on eating these key foods and start noticing the difference.
Ensure your hair grows strong by eating plenty of salmon. It’s rich in Vitamin D, protein and omega-3 fatty acids.
A combination of iron, beta carotene, folate and vitamin C help to keep hair follicles healthy.
Vitamin C is important for circulation to the scalp. Not enough Vitamin C in your diet may lead to hair breakage.
Hair is nearly all protein so it’s no wonder eating plenty of poultry is good for you. It’s also rich in hair-healthy zinc, iron, and B vitamins which keep strands strong and plentiful.
Another great source of protein, eggs are full of zinc, selenium, sulfur and iron. A major cause of hair loss is low iron levels, otherwise known as anemia.
Other foods that are good for you and your hair: Walnuts, sweet potatoes, strawberries, kale, pumpkin and Greek yoghurt.
- Top 10 foods that improve your hair (foxnews.com)