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Healthy products for hair

We all dream of having healthy, strong hair and it's a well-known fact that beauty comes from within. If you have noticed that your hair began to fall out, became dull and started splitting, it is worth paying attention to your diet. Especially the food products that affect hair growth.

Top 10 food items for the health and strength of our hair:

  1. Eggs are a source of protein and biotin (water-soluble vitamin B7), from which keratin, the main protein of hair, is synthesized. A deficiency of biotin causes hair loss, but it can easily be replenished with products. In addition, eggs are rich in zinc and selenium, the deficiency of which leads to flaky skin, increased greasiness and hair shedding.
  2. Red meat is a good source of iron, which is necessary for oxygen supply to hair follicles. In conditions of iron deficiency, the body suffers from a lack of oxygen in the tissues and hair loss begins. The protein contained in meat promotes growth, restoration and strengthening of hair follicles.
  3. Sesame, broccoli, dried apricots, chia seeds, legumes and cashews - these products also help maintain proper iron levels in the body, and are great for those who don't eat meat.
  4. Fatty fish (salmon, tuna, herring and mackerel) is a source of Omega-3, Omega-6 fatty acids and antioxidants that supply the hair follicles and epidermis with vitally important proteins and minerals. It also contains selenium, vitamin D3 and B vitamins, phosphorus, zinc and iodine, which can contribute to stronger and healthier hair.
  5. Avocados are a rich source of polyunsaturated fatty acids, vitamin E, C, potassium, copper and folic acid. Polyunsaturated fatty acids have a positive effect on the growth and quality of hair, thanks to the regulation and normalization of metabolic processes. They facilitate the easy absorption of vitamins and minerals. They reduce excessive greasiness of the scalp and prevent inflammation.
  6. Nuts are a valuable source of vitamin E, B vitamins, polyunsaturated fatty acids, zinc, selenium, magnesium, copper and iron. They improve metabolism and antioxidant protection of the body. Zinc and selenium prevent hair loss, and fatty acids strengthen and moisturize the hair, maintaining the natural moisture inside the hair shaft.
  7. Spinach, greens and leafy vegetables are full of iron, beta-carotene, calcium, magnesium, folic acid and vitamins A and C. Therefore, they can help make your hair healthier and improve its nutrition. Vitamin A helps the sebaceous glands to produce sebum, which is important for dry scalp.
  8. Flax seeds are an excellent source of zinc and copper. They help prevent premature graying of hair. Thanks to the high content of Omega-3, antioxidants and vitamins, the hair grows healthy and strong.
  9. Green tea is a powerful natural antioxidant that binds and eliminates free radicals that damage cells and cause body aging. Apart from antioxidants, green tea contains: vitamin P which strengthens blood vessels; vitamin K which improves kidney function; vitamins A and C, zinc, potassium, iron, magnesium and amino acids.
  10. Blueberries, kiwi, strawberries and citruses are rich in vitamin C, which in addition to its antioxidant properties, promotes the production of collagen, strengthening of capillaries, nutrition of the hair shaft and the absorption of iron.
  11. Tomatoes contain the substance lycopene, which is considered an antioxidant, it suppresses premature aging of cells and their destruction. It also prevents the formation of blood clots and improves microcirculation in the hair follicle.

Add these products to your diet and you will notice that your hair will become stronger and healthier. You don't need to add everything at once, just diversify your diet with berries, herbs, and nuts. Delicious and healthy food is a source of stress reduction and pleasure.
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