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Healthy Foods for Your Hair

Eating healthy is crucial for our wellbeing, but did you know the foods we eat can directly affect our beauty health as well? When we don’t get enough of the right nutrients, it will begin to show in our hair, skin, and nails. Take a look at some of the foods you can eat to better protect the beauty of your hair.

Walnuts

Walnuts are full of vitamin E, omega-3 fatty acids, and biotin. All of these are crucial for good health. To help protect your cells from damage, biotin and vitamin E are necessary. This is especially important to your hair follicles and their growth. If you are experiencing unusual hair loss, consider incorporating walnuts into your diet. This can also help you avoid dry itchy scalp as well, replenishing the natural oil here. You can add even more of these benefits by using walnut oil in your cooking instead of canola oil.

Eggs

Despite the negative reputation they’ve gotten in terms of cholesterol, eggs are beneficial, even to your beauty health. Eggs pack a powerful dose of protein along with the key minerals selenium, zinc, iron, and sulfur. Each of these are important to your hair, especially iron. Iron is necessary for carrying oxygen to the follicles of your hair. Those who have anemia, or a deficiency of iron, will experience extreme hair loss.

Greek Yogurt

Greek yogurt has risen quickly to popularity, and for good reason. Instead of other types of yogurt, Greek yogurt comes with protein, vitamin B5, and vitamin D. Each of these are essential for strong healthy hair. When it comes to the follicles of your hair, vitamin D is one of the greatest strengths. There are other dairy products that carry similar benefits including low-fat cheeses, cottage cheese, and even skim milk. Be sure to select a Greek yogurt that isn’t high in sugar. Those varieties that have fruit syrup on the bottom are often much too high in sugar.

Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes carry a more powerful nutritional benefit than other starchy types of potatoes. This plant contains high amounts of beta carotene, an antioxidant. When consumed your body will turn this into vitamin A, which is essential to every cell in the body, including those for your hair. For those who have bad dandruff, consider upping your intake of sweet potatoes, promoting the production of oils in your scalp.


Make sure you are eating the right foods for healthy hair. Each of these foods will help improve your beauty routine, keeping you healthy all around.

Written By: Paul Mitchell the School Charlotte

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