Studies have shown that people who lose hair have a lack of vitamins and minerals, especially vitamins B6 and E, and iron and zinc. Therefore, if you take into account that certain foods are regularly on your menu, in turn, you should have dense and healthier hair. But losing hair sometimes is simply a matter of genetics and there is no help at all.
Proteins and hair loss
If you notice that your hair is thinning, you should definitely pay more attention to the diet and be obliged to reduce the intake of fat. Namely, fat-rich foods are associated with high levels of testosterone, which is responsible for hair loss.
Since the hair consists mainly of protein, it is logical that diet rich in proteins is a good choice for anyone who has problems with hair thinning.
Red meat scraps are rich in proteins, iron, and zinc, and should be found on the menu, but not too often because, besides proteins, they are rich in harmful fats. That's why there is a much better choice of chicken, fish, cheese, eggs, almonds, beans and yogurt.
Soy and tofu are also a good choice because they are rich in proteins, but poor in poor fats. Eggs and dairy products like yogurt are a good way to provide an additional source of protein to the body, and in addition, they are rich in nutrients and minerals such as selenium and magnesium.
Lack of Iron and Zinc
Lack of iron and zinc in the body is the biggest cause of hair loss, but the culprit for Brittle Hair can be found in the absence of vitamin A. It is therefore recommended to eat green and yellow vegetables, intestines and dairy products that are rich in these minerals and vitamins.
A good source of iron is raisins that play an important role in the production of hemoglobin, a part of the blood that transmits oxygen to the organs and tissues. Good blood circulation in the head stimulates hair growth and prevents its loss. But that doesn’t mean that every day your red meat, liver or spinach must be on your menu. It's a much simpler desire to satisfy something sweet with a healthier option, dry fruit that is rich in iron.
Vitamin C and hair loss
The importance of vitamin C for the health of the hair is also significant because it enables better circulation around the root of the hair, so the substances necessary for growth are faster and easier reach to it. Orange is rich in vitamin C, which helps the body to absorb iron faster from the meat and other sources.
Many men who suffer from hair loss actually have a lack of zinc in the body. Zinc plays a key role in regulating various body functions, from cell reproduction to hormone balance, all of which affects hair growth. But the most important thing is that zinc is extremely important for glands that are connected with hair follicles. Whether there is a lack of zinc in the organism, follicles are weak, which makes the hair loose and fall out. In order to prevent this, it is important to eat foods rich in zinc, such as red meat, poultry, mussels, shrimp, nuts, and oysters. However, it should be kept in mind that the intake of too much zinc in the body also leads to hair loss, so it should not be exaggerated.
It is known that sour cream juice is very helpful in weight loss, but it is less well-known that it can also help in the fight against hair loss. Carrots affect the strength of the hair and accelerate hair growth. If you eat regular gooseberry, your hair will grow faster, it will be shiny, your head skin circulation will improve, which automatically leads to hair enhancement and preventing damage due to external factors such as pollution; Also, shrimp helps with hair on the hair and, of course, prevents collapse.
Just drink fresh berry juice or eat a single grapefruit daily and you will soon see results - your hair will grow faster and the texture of the hair will improve. Everyday consuming shrimp is a safe way to healthy and strong hair.
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