Food that helps nourish your hair

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Did you know there are foods that can help together with your hair product grow your hair? If you did not know then this post is right for you.

Many girls have been longing to grow long healthy hair, they will buy all the expensive products, get on their protective hair styles and all they are supposed to do to get their hair to the length they have been drooling about but in the end notice that nothing happens. This makes growing hair very frustrating to them and making them believe that natural kinky hair doesn’t grow.

You should remember that, just like the other parts of your body, like your skin and nails are affected by your diet, so as your hair.

Incorporating diets with vitamins and nutrients like iron, biotin, B vitamins, proteinĀ  improves and promotes your overall hair growth. You must consider diets that contains much proteins because protein is very important when it comes to achieving healthy Hair, nails and skin.

So if your are looking into growing your hair or improving your hair’s health, below are some of the foods you have to add to your diet along side your hair products and other healthy habits.

  • Eggs

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Eggs are rich in protein, zinc and iron. You can eat your eggs in several ways. Eggs can be boiled, fried and added to other dishes .

  • Salmon

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Not only is salmon delicious but it also contains Omega-3 fatty acids which is essential for your hair, it provides your hair with its natural oil and gives it a shiny and healthy look.

  • Nuts

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You can snack on your nuts or eat them with your salad or oatmeal. Nuts such as almonds, peanuts, walnuts and a lot more, are a rich source of biotin.

  • Avocado

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Avocados also contains some fats which helps and prevent hair loss and breakage. It strengthens your scalp and adds shine to your hair.

  • Chia seed

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Another source of omega-3 fatty acids is Chia Seeds. Chia seeds are very tiny and it is great to add them to your smoothie or oatmeal.

 

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