Yeah, hair loss can be such a bother, especially when it isn’t increasing in length but breaking and falling out. Thankfully research shows that it’s possible to thicken hair back up through dietary changes so join this movement and fill your plate with the following foods, which are rich in proven and other hair-growth nutrients.
This is a very popular remedy for dandruff and subsequent hair loss. Using honey as a hair care ingredient not only boosts hair growth but also stimulates hair re-growth from dormant follicles. Honey cleans the hair follicles by getting rid of impurities. This minimized clogging is often a reason for hair loss and when used as a topical treatment, honey can improve the look of thinning hair. A solution of honey and water applied to your scalp will cause an improvement in hair growth.
2. Nuts and seeds:
Selenium is not only good for promoting healthy skin and scalp, but the mineral can also help prevent hair loss and it’s found in Brazil nuts, walnuts, and flaxseed. Nuts such as almonds, peanuts(aka groundnut), walnuts, and pecans are a great source of biotin, a vitamin known to help promote hair growth. Eat nuts and seeds high in omega-3s and omega-6s, like and oils such as grapeseed, peanuts, sunflower seeds.
Spinach is an important vegetable for hair growth because it is high in protein and vitamin A and vitamin C, which the body uses to produce oils in the scalp, which can help increase hair growth. Vitamin A and vitamin C deficiencies can increase hair loss or lead to brittle, thin hair that does not grow as quickly. Spinach is a good bet because it’s rich in iron and high in vitamin C, which aids in iron absorption. Make a spinach salad and toss in some vitamin D loaded food items such as boiled egg, Beef liver, etc.
Castor oil is rich in vitamin E, proteins, minerals also coconut oil is also a great idea to help enhance your hair length by acting as nectar to the scalp. Even when you don’t eat them, oils still do their job when applied externally. They can be used as a pre-wash and post-wash grooming product, coconut oil has been shown to protect hair against protein loss, and rosemary oil has been shown to increase hair growth.
We all know that fish is one of the best sources of protein. Salmon, mackerel, tuna, and sardines are very rich in omega-3 fatty acids that offer a natural source of oil to your body and scalp. Thus making your hair silky from within. There’s a need to eat protein to grow new strands and keep the existing ones strong. Protein is also required to produce keratin, a key structural component of hair.