BEST FOODS FOR HEALTHY HAIR/HEALTHY LOOKING HAIR

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Eating a lot of fruit and healthy foods, as well as making sure you scrub your shampoo when showering into the very roots of hair. Eating a balanced diet with the right nutrients can help promote hair growth, especially if you’re experiencing hair loss due to poor nutrition.

But even then wrecked hair can be revived. you’ve got to show your love in all the little ways and here are the food that will give you happy hair you want. 

Walnuts

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walnuts have good benefits when it comes to the health of your hair. Walnuts have a high omega-3 content and are rich in Vitamin E and biotin, they also contain the mineral copper, which helps to protect and enhance your hair’s natural color and shine.

Sweet Potatoes 

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Sweet potatoes gives your body with high quantities of beta carotene, an antioxidant which aids in the production of vitamin A which stimulates the production of oils that hydrate and protect the scalp. 

Eggs

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Eggs are rich in protein which makes up about 97% of hair, eggs contain four minerals~zinc, selenium, sulfur, and iron. Iron enables the transport of oxygen to the hair follicles and helps to prevent anemia.

Spinach

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Spinach is a super-food containing beta iron,carotene, folate, and vitamin C – all of which gives a beautiful, shiny hair by stimulating oil production on the scalp and encouraging healthy hair follicles. 

Lentils

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Lentils – They are packed with loads of hair healthy minerals and vitamins such as protein, iron, zinc, and biotin. So even if you’re a meat-lover, try some of these legumes into your diet

Greek Youghurt

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Greek yogurt is high in protein, the hair loves vitamin B5 and also known as pantothenic acid, which you’ll find in many shampoos and conditioners and vitamin D, which has recently been linked with healthy hair follicles.

Blueberries

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Blueberries are a good fruit with lots of health benefits, it contains vitamin C which helps keep hair in top shape. Without enough vitamin C, hair would become brittle and break.

Supplement

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Take a supplement. Although maintaining a healthy diet is an excellent way to get the vitamins necessary for healthy hair, taking a vitamin supplement can make it easier to ensure that you are getting all of your daily requirements. 

N/B~Avoid Smoking 

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Avoid smoking, caffeine and fizzy drinks. Eliminate smoking, caffeine and fizzy drinks from your life – it will make your hair grow longer and stronger.

SIMPLE WAYS TO KEEP YOUR HAIR CLEAN AND HEALTHY

 

Thanks!

 

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28 comments on “BEST FOODS FOR HEALTHY HAIR/HEALTHY LOOKING HAIR”

    1. That’s right! Because it contains good amount of iron which fights bacteria that causes hair loss and also the nutrients in molasses Can as well strengthen and nourish hair. Thanks for your positive feedback🤝I appreciate 🙌🙏

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  1. I absolutely luv all the foods you’ve mentioned, Sharon, and eat them all regularly, except the lentils! I don’t smoke; do an occasional coffee 😦 and have never been a fizzy drinker… Hahaaa… A great post.. 🙂
    xoxoxo

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  2. All of these foods are packed with vital nutrients that will benefit you in so many ways. Walnuts are great for your brain and sweet potato is a great alternative to the normal ones. Going to start making my own greek yogurt soon

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  3. Thanks for your educational post. I knew about most of these, but not walnuts or spinach. Walnuts make sense though, since they are considered one of the healthiest nuts.

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