14 Foods To Keep Your Hair Healthy & Strong

Hair loss kills a man or women — not literally, but yes emotionally it does.

So, what’s the solution for this heart-breaking, confidence-killing problem?

There’s hardly any treatment that can prevent hair loss, but there’s a solution that can bring back hair on your head. Hair transplant is a widely used cosmetic surgery procedure that can work wonders for your baldness problem.

However, it’s better to stay cautious and take steps before hair loss problem starts. Even though you can’t do much, but you can slow down the speed or time of the hair loss by taking necessary steps.

Let’s take a look at some food items that keep your hair healthy and can prove effective in keeping hair loss problem at bay.

1. Eggs

Hair is comprised of protein, so ensure you get enough amount of protein. Whether eaten cooked or boiled, eggs are known as an amazing source of protein.

2. Blueberries

These are excellent for good skin and shiny hair. Blueberries are rich in vitamin C and help in the collagen generation, which fortifies the veins providing blood to the hair shaft.

3. Red Meat

Iron is an important mineral for hair growth and health. A nutrient-rich blood supply feeds hair and roots. This makes a diet rich in red meat essential as red meat is one the best source of iron.

4. Carrots

Carrots are filled with essential nutrient vitamin A that generates sebum, which is an oily substance generated by sebaceous organs. This gives a natural conditioner for the roots.

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5. Salmon

Omega-3 fatty acids are in abundance in Salmon. This allows the scalp and hair to stay hydrated. Omega-3 fatty acids aren’t produced by our bodies naturally, so it’s essential to eat food items like salmon that are rich in Omega-3 fatty acid.

6. Oysters

Zinc and selenium are known for their role in maintaining hair health and growth. Both of these minerals are found in abundance in Oysters. Hair loss and flaky scalp are two problems that can occur due to zinc deficiency.

7. Dry Fruits

You need to protect your hair from sun. Dry fruits, especially nuts (almonds) are excellent sources of vitamin E that provides protection to the hair from getting damaged. Dry fruits also have sulphur and biotin which help in hair growth.

8. Whole Grains

Whole grains have water-dissolvable vitamin B that prevents hair from becoming weak.

9. Water

To keep your hair sparkling bright, you must consume lots of water. Ensure that your hair stays hydrated and healthy.

10. Green Vegetables

Overall nourishment to hair is offered by consumption of green leafy vegetables. These are rich in iron, calcium, omega-3 acids, potassium, magnesium, and vitamins B, C, and E.

11. Yogurt

Yogurt is rich in calcium, which fight against the hair fall problem. Eat a cup of yogurt daily to have a healthy scalp. After you get your hair transplant treatment, make sure you consume a good amount of yogurt every day.

12. Kiwi

Kiwis are full of antioxidants and vitamin C that helps to keep hair strong and healthy.

13. Kidney Beans

Kidney beans are excellent sources of iron, zinc and biotin. They also provide a high amount of protein which is good or your scalp.

14. Tomatoes

Lycopene is an anti-ageing antioxidant which is found in abundance in tomatoes. This antioxidant is good for skin and it ensures that your hair stays hydrated and shiny.

Article originally written by Pankaj Singhal.


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