...Because your hairs deserves the best
Care of your horse is in your hand, isn't it? To get healthy hairs actually have to do extra effort than we actually do. Yes, I'm serious. Like our skin, our hairs can have lots of issues like dull hairs, split ends, damaged hairs, etc. But among all these the major one is the hair loss and lack of volume. Many people treat the hair loss issue by using different kind of shampoos, oils and medications. But all these things cannot be an alternative of natural things. The nutrition that comes from vegetables and fruits, cannot be replaced with any product. Our healthy diet plays a major role in making our body, skin and hairs healthy.
Here we will discuss about the healthy food that if you include in your daily diet, will give your hair visible strength.
Vitamin C: -
Also known as ascorbic acid. It acts as an antioxidant in our body. It helps to protect cells from the damage caused by free radicals. It helps make your hairs naturally strong. We can get vitamin C by using spinach, orange, pineapple, strawberry, papaya and capsicum.
Zinc is no less important to our health than calcium or iron or any other minerals. It is used as a co-factor by a number of critical enzymes. In-fact currently more than 300 zinc dependent enzymes are known. Even a mild deficiency of zinc can create far reaching health implications. Zinc helps reducing the hair loss. The good zinc sources are spinach, fish, wheat, pumpkin, chicken, sesame seed and dry fruit.
Vitamin A: -
The carrot is the major source of vitamin A. It has beta-keratin in it that makes vitamin A. Deficiency of vitamin A makes your hairs dull and thin. Carrot juice can give your hairs a strengthening boost.
Hairs are mostly made up of proteins. One of the main function of protein is to build, strengthen and repair keratin. Milk, white meat, cheese, yogurt, eggs, soy beans and kidney beans are a good source of protein.
If you are facing the problem of hair loss, it may be because of deficiency of iron. Iron helps repair and growth of the hair and body cells. Foods like egg yolk, red meat, leafy vegetables, dry fruits, soy and lentils helps improve the iron level of your body.
Omega 3: -
Proper amount of omega-3 in your diet prevents dry, itchy, flaky scalp and is beneficial for reversing the hair loss. Include foods like fish and dry fruit in your diet because these makes your hair strong.
Folic acid: -
Spinach is good source for iron and folic acid. Regular consumption of folate or folic acid helps the tissues to grow smoothly and the cells to function properly that are essential to hairs.
When it comes to healthy shinny hairs, you get what you put in. Proper nutrition is key to healthy hairs. Fatty acid helps to promote hair growth as well as add sheen and luster to hairs.