Foods: for Hair Growth

Foods: for Hair Growth

A list of 16 healthy foods for hair growth. Many people are trying to grow strong and healthy hair, however you may find that your
hair splits easily. It may also be thinning out, or growing very
slowly. Poor hair growth and hair loss is usually caused by nutrient deficiencies, aging, hormonal
problems, or fungus on the scalp. In order to build strong and healthy hair follicles, you need to supply your body with
the right nutrients. In today’s video we will share with you a list of 16 foods for hair growth. These will supply the raw materials the body
needs to grow strong and health hair. 1. Bone Broth
Bone broth is a wonderful source of collagen which makes up 70% of the hair, skin and nails. Consuming bone broth regularly will help your
body to grow healthy long hair follicles. 2. Sea Kelp
This is one of nature’s best sources of trace minerals. These tiny minerals are needed by the body
in order to produce healthy skin cells, hair, nails, bones and arteries. 3. Eggs
Eggs contain all the building blocks of life and are a rich source of B7. This vitamin is known as biotin and helps
to carry nutrients to the hair and scalp. A deficiency in B vitamins can lead to hair
loss. 4. Kale
In men hair loss is usually caused by having too much DHT in the body. This is a powerful hormone which can also
affect women. Eating kale blocks the production of DHT due
to its phytonutrients. 5. Blueberries
These delicious berries are loaded with Vitamin C, a potent antioxidant. This helps the body to grow keratin, a form
of protein that the hair is made of. 6. Diatomaceous Earth
You can get a food grade supplement of this in health food stores. It is one of the world’s best sources of silica
which is vital to maintain strong hair when aging. It also makes the nails become shiny and healthy. 7. Salmon
Rich in omega 3 fatty acids, salmon can lower inflammation in the body. Lowering inflammation leads to stronger hair
growth making the follicles less likely to break. 8. Pecan Nuts
Thyroid problems particularly in women can lead to hair loss or poor hair growth. Pecans are loaded with iodine which supports
the thyroid gland and hair growth. 9. Lemon Juice
This contains citric acid which can cleanse the body of toxins. Toxins if left unchecked can lead to hair
loss. Lemon juice also aids with digestion allowing
you to absorb more nutrients and raw materials for hair growth. 10. Flaxseeds
Freshly ground flaxseeds supply the body with Vitamin E, selenium and zinc. These important nutrients play a role in the
production of keratin and hair follicles. 11. Apple Cider Vinegar
This helps to speed up the process of growing hair. Drink 2 teaspoons in a glass of water alongside
nutritious foods such as salmon, trout and mackerel. This helps your body to absorb the raw materials
it needs for the hair. 12. Spinach
This is yet another leafy green vegetable which can block DHT from affecting your hair
growth. It also contains Zinc, iron and many trace
minerals for excellent hair growth. 13. Sweet Peppers
The high amount of Vitamin C found in sweet peppers promotes collagen production in the
body. It also prevents free radicals from damaging
the body with age. It contains Vitamin A to stimulate healthy
oils in the scalp that protect the hair from damage. 14. Shrimp
We always recommend eating lots of seafood when trying to grow out the hair. Shrimp has an extraordinary amount of Vitamin
D, along with protein, B vitamins, zinc and iron. All of these are powerful in strengthening
hair growth and longevity. 15. Oysters
A lack of zinc in the diet can cause telogen effluvium, a form of hair loss caused by a
deficiency. Oysters have a good amount of this and can
reverse some types of hair loss. 16. Avocados
Last but not least, avocados are one of the greatest sources of nutrition for almost all
bodily problems. They contain a high amount of Vitamin E which
stimulates stronger hair growth within a few months. It also protects the scalp from irritation. It contains essential fatty acids which form
the building blocks of the cells in the body, to promote a healthy head of hair. As you can see, there are many foods that
you can eat to growth thicker, longer and stronger hair. These foods provide everything the body needs to get on track with growing healthy follicles,
skin cells, nails and collagen. We also recommend massaging a little extra virgin coconut oil into the scalp often. This keeps unfriendly fungus and bacteria
at bay, and conditions the hair naturally. To learn more about nutrition and hair growth, please see our other videos. Thank you very much for listening, a like is always appreciated and remember to subscribe
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