We all want to have beautiful hair; after all, having beautiful and healthy hair growth is a sign of being fit. But if your hair is a bit on the dry side and looks damaged and stiff, try adding some of these nutritious foods to your diet in order to encourage healthy hair growth.
Salmon is rich is omega-3 fatty acids, proteins and vitamin D. We need oils to condition hair and fish oils are the healthiest oils we can consume. Underneath our skin are special glands called sebaceous glands that produce oil that is known as sebum. This special oil acts a natural skin and hair conditioner.
Walnuts and almonds are also a good source of omega-3 fatty acids which is very important for hair growth. Nuts are also rich in vitamin E a very good antioxidant, freeing our system with free radicals to slow down aging. Biotin or vitamin B7 is also found in nuts, deficiency of this vitamin can cause hair loss.
Eggs are excellent sources of protein, which is vital for hair growth. Hair producing cells found underneath the hair follicles need a constant supply of protein in order to produce hair. So it is best to take our dietary requirements proteins for healthy hair growth.
Soya beans are the best sources of vegetable protein. Historically, soya beans where called “meat of the field” or “meat without bones” because of their high protein content. The best protein source for vegetarians. Soya beans also contain calcium, iron, vitamin B2 and K and omega-3 fats.
What you eat reflects on your body and this goes for your hair too. If you love to eat grease filled foods, then most likely your going to have oily and greasy hair. If you don’t eat much, then expect your hair to become very dull and dry. The key to healthy hair is good nutrition.