How to Have a Perfect Diet for Hair Growth?
However, most people pay little attention to diet and lifestyle when they experience hair loss. They think that everything has been determined by genes, and that it can not be changed. This is only partially true, but can most likely also be wrong.
Experts believe that the contents of your diet, your lifestyle and the way you generally treat your hair contributes to the degeneration process of your hair. Your hair is just like any other part of your body. If you are not eating right, your hair will starve of the necessary nutrients it needs to look healthy. It is not uncommon for your hair to look lifeless if your diet consists of junk foods, fat and other unhealthy stuff.
With a good diet it is possible that your hair can grow back, but you need to know how to choose healthy and nutritious foods. With a good diet, you have a much greater chance to grow your hair back.
So foremost you need to know what foods are healthy and can grow your hair. What foods are actually suitable for a good hair diet?
It’s not just for the eyes, Vitamin A-rich carrots provide excellent nourishment for the scalp. A healthy scalp ensures shiny, well-conditioned hair that is strengthened and moisturized An overall balanced diet of lean proteins, fruits, and vegetables, whole grains, legumes, fatty fish like the Indian salmon and low-fat dairy are great boosters for healthy hair.
If your hair suffers from dryness, thinning, stiffness, discoloration or hair fall, depleting reserves of iron might be the culprit. Prunes are known to be great sources of iron and greatly help improve the quality of hair. Also make sure that you get plenty of green vegetables and beetroots in your diet in addition to prunes.
Although green peas are not rich in antioxidants or any specific vitamin or mineral, they contain a well-balanced amount of vitamins and minerals such as iron, zinc and B group vitamins. These are essential elements for maintaining healthy hair.
Not only are oats loaded with fiber that helps maintain a healthy heart and bowels, they also contain a high concentration of other essential nutrients such as zinc, iron and omega-6 fatty acids. Together, these are also knows as polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs). Omega-6 fatty acids in particular are essential to maintain normal skin, hair growth and development. Since this essential ingredient is only obtained through the diet, make sure your breakfast includes a bowl of oatmeal every few days in the week.
While red meats are best avoided in excess, finding an appropriate substitute for proteins might be a little difficult for those looking to build muscle etc. Alternatively, of the wide variety of sea food available, shrimps are a great substitute. They not only go excellently well in a number of curries and pastas, their potent concentration of Vitamin B12, iron, zinc contain all the necessary nourishment to prevent hair loss.
Not to be outdone by the oats, walnuts are one of the most hair-friendly nuts in the category. Not only do walnuts have more omega-6 fatty acids than any other food, but they’re also full of zinc, iron, B vitamins (B1, B6 and B9), and plenty of protein. However, a word of caution, walnuts also contain a small trace of selenium, a mineral known to cause hair loss in people who are selenium-deficient or have way too much in their system. So a handful of nuts over the week should tide you over without much trouble.
For a head full of healthy hair, the egg is probably one of your best friends. It’s loaded with essential nutrients such as proteins, Vitamin B12, iron, zinc and Omega 6 fatty acids in large amounts. Being deficient in any of these vitamins and minerals is known to result in poor quality of hair. In addition it’s also a good source for biotin (Vitamin B7) which is a great aid to fight hair loss.
Low fat dairy products
Low-fat dairy products like skim milk and yogurt are great sources of calcium, an important mineral for hair growth. They also contain whey and casein, two high-quality protein sources. Add a cup of yogurt or cottage cheese to your snack list and to help prevent hair loss, stir in a few tablespoons of flax-seed or walnuts for your required dose of omega 3 fatty acids and zinc.
A Healthy Lifestyle Should be Your Priority for Hair Growth
It is not really so hard to stop hair loss if you live your life well. Note that constant hair styling can be very harmful to your hair also. Go easy on the styling because this can really weaken the foundation of your hair. On the other hand, leading a very stressful life can lead to hair loss and other bodily disturbances. By changing your lifestyle, you will be able to save your hair and the rest of your body.
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