Nutrient tips to boost hair growth
Hair Fall is an issue for many of us. It takes a toll on your self-esteem and can feel very frustrating. A major part of hair health depends on your diet because nourishment comes from the inside. You could be using the most expensive hair care products and still have hair fall because your body isn’t getting what it needs to repair, rejuvenate and grow. Here is how you can combat hair loss through food!
Proteins are the building blocks of the body. Your hair and follicles are made up of a complex structure of protein and in order to grow and heal, your body needs protein. Scientifically proven, a lack of protein can cause hair loss. Eggs, nuts are rich sources of protein and biotin which boosts production of Keratin, a protein that makes up your hair.
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This is one of the best vitamins for hair growth. B vitamins carry oxygen and nutrients to your scalp to rejuvenate and boost hair growth. Deficiency of Vitamin B can lead to poor iron absorption leading anemia and ultimate hair thinning and hair loss. If you feel tired often, breathless and notice hairfall, you’re probably lacking in vitamin B. Foods rich in vitamin B are milk, cheese, eggs, green leafy vegetables and meat.
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A common deficiency especially in the Middle East. Research shows that deficiency of vitamin D can lead to hair loss. Vitamin D stimulates new hair and old hair follicles to boost hair growth. Lack of vitamin D can result in poor growth. Majority of vitamin D is derived from sunlight as foods have very little vitamin D in them, so it's important to get your daily dose of sunlight everyday. However cod liver oil, faty fishes like salmon and mackerel are great sources of vitamin D.
4. Vitamin C and antioxidants
Our bodies are constantly exposed to toxins which when broken down by the body, release free radicals in the liver that can damage cells. Antioxidants help you neutralize these free radicals and protect the body from damage which is why antioxidants like vitamin C should be a part of your diet. It also helps to boost collagen production, absorption of iron and give you that glow. Berries are a great source of antioxidants, flavonoids called anthocyanins which are excellent hair growth boosters.
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Zinc helps to make the protein in hair, cell growth and promotes healing. Deficiency can cause hair loss, make your hair weaker causing them to break easily. If you have a bowel disease, you are at greater risk for zinc deficiency. Since your body cannot make zinc by itself it's important to incorporate either a natural liver supplement or eat foods rich in zinc like shellfish, beans and nuts.
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