10 Awesome Foods for Healthy Looking Hair

Posted In Beauty - By Evelina On Tuesday, August 20th, 2013 With 0 Comments

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It’s no secret that all women want long, bright and beautiful hair and they are willing to make any type of sacrifice.

Fortunately, regular visits to salons, expensive treatments, natural remedies and beauty tricks are available all around us, helping us have perfect hair. But did you know that the beauty of your hair depends greatly on the food you eat?

It may sound strange, but what you have in your plate reflects on your hair. You are what you eat, right? So if you want long, beautiful hair, there are certain foods your die should never do without. Let’s have a look at the top ten awesome foods for beautiful hair.

1. Oily fish

Omega-3 fatty acids are the best friends of your hair. They restore hair shine, balance sebum production and make it more durable. And the most important source of omega-3 fatty acids is in oily fish. Tuna, salmon, mackerel, sardines, anchovies and herring are good sources of protein. Two or three servings of oily fish you keep your hair strong and shiny.

2. Eggs

The ordinary eggs you eat, just because you’ve heard they are good for you, also contain vitamin A which nourishes the hair, regulates the production of sebum and prevents hair loss. So, do not forget to add eggs in your breakfast.

3. Walnuts and almonds

You eat them as a snack, but did you know that they have a high content of iron, essential to preventing hair damage? Moreover, according to researchers, iron deficiency affects hair texture, causing it to be more fragile. Instead of ingesting pills that contain iron, eEat a handful of nuts every two or three days, and your hair will thank you. Almonds are in the same category.

4. Sesame seeds

These are not something you would use every day in your kitchen, but sesame seeds have a significant contribution in promoting the absorption of vitamin A. The easiest way to include sesame seeds in your diet is to add a few teaspoons in a fresh salad. They will give it a nice taste and your hair will have a lot to benefit.

5. Avocado

Avocado is a fruit that you should include in your diet ion a regular basis. Although at first you may have a difficult time in choosing the right fruity, in time you’ll get better at it. It’s a great source of vitamins, biotin, vitamin B complex which prevents split ends and restores hair shine. And so easy to add it in a tomato salad or make a quick guacamole.

6. Liver

Due to the rich content of vitamin A and iron, liver is beneficial for healthy skin and hair. Also, liver contains folic acid (vitamin B9) that also takes care of the health of your nails.

7. Red meat

More and more people choose not to eat meat, but it is important to know that protein, zinc and iron in red meat are designed to help skin regeneration and the production of keratin (protein contained in nails). It is also rich in B vitamins that help the structural development of hair.

8. Carrots

Carrots are rich in vitamin A which is good for brittle and thin hair. Also, due to beta-carotene and vitamin C, carrots have antioxidant and sunscreen. Not to mention that they are great for your eyes. So you better lean from Bugs Bunny that carrots are great and you can eat them as such, with a light dressing.

9. Dietary supplements

Dietary supplements are also an option, but should not be taken in excess. A cure of zinc and selenium, ginko biloba is ideal for your hair. The hair is a living part of our body, feeds and grows, so it is helped by the presence of food and nutritional supplements.

10. Spinach

In order to enjoy all its nutrients, spinach should be eaten raw in fresh salads. Spinach contains vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that stimulate hair growth and hair thickening.

So, before you start looking for expensive treatments, try to change your diet first and enjoy health foods with a boost of vitamins and precious nutrients. Changing your diet might be all you need to start having beautiful and health hair.

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