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What You Should Be Eating For Thinning Hair

food for thinning hair

At some point, most of us will lose some of the hair we’d rather keep. Very few people have the same amount of hair they had in their youth. When you consider the fact that hair plays an important part in how attractive you feel, you can’t stop trying to grow more hair or stop losing the hair you already have. Well, it’s time to take a look at what you’re eating as there’s a very strong link between the state of your strands and your overall nutrition.

Four foods that can nourish your hair

1. Sweet Potatoes

If you’re including sweet potatoes in your diet for hair growth, then you need to start. Sweet potatoes are a great source of the antioxidant beta-carotene. The human body turns this into vitamin A.  Without vitamin A, every cell of the body won’t be able to function properly. Furthermore, the vitamin A helps produce and protect the oils that sustain the scalp. Also, if you have itchy, dandruff, you could be low on vitamin A. So, try to eat sweet potatoes regularly. It won’t only benefit your hair. It will also help reduce the symptoms of inflammation, high blood pressure, cancer and heart disease.

2. Eggs

Eggs have awesome nutritional properties for healthy hair. Just one egg contains 5 g healthy fats, 6 g protein and a great punch of omega-3 fatty acids. Furthermore, eggs are great for preventing premature thinning and greying. As well as improving your hair’s natural shine. It’s important that you buy free-range organic eggs because they’re the most wholesome form. If you can, try to buy eggs laid by chickens that ate an omega-3 rich diet.

3. Pumpkin seeds

Pumpkins seeds are an awesome source of zinc. What’s more is you can eat them whole or shelled. Just a quarter-cup these amazing little seeds pack more than a whooping 2 g zinc.  Zinc deficiency causes loss of hair and is always a first option for people experiencing hair thinning or hair loss.Furthermore, there’re a rich source of magnesium and alpha-linolenic acid. You can sprinkle them onto cereal or oatmeal,  toss them in your smoothies, as well as topping off your salads. Taking a zinc supplements often causes nausea. So, if your zinc levels are low, you can rather eat pumpkin seeds.

4. Avocado

Avocados are not only loaded with B vitamins, potassium and oleic acid, fibre, which is fantastic for improving , texture, hair growth and shine but are also packed with loads of healthy monounsaturated fats, which improve your hair’s lustre. What I do with my avo’s is apply the them directly to your hair. I start by mixing a smashed avocado with a free-range egg. I then apply the paste to my hair and leave it on for half an hour before rinsing off with lukewarm water.

You can also add salmon which  an amazing source of omega-3 fatty acids, which can promote hair growth and improve your hair follicles at a cellular level. As well as dark chocolate which is a super-rich source of magnesium. A lack of magnesium leads to hair loss, thinning and split ends.

Sure you can add anyone of these foods to your diet for luxuriously silky smooth thick hair.

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