DIET FOR HAIR LOSS & THINNING
Hair health is determined by a multitude of factors like age, genetics, hormones, medical conditions, diet, stress and hair treatments. Across many cultures around the world hair is viewed as a sign of beauty and health.
Hair loss and thinning are heard off in every household. We bring you are few tips to manage your hair health by fortifying your daily diet to ensure the vital supplements help maintain your hair health. It is advisable to book an appointment for your hair concerns before taking supplements available in the market.
Biotin (Vitamin B7)
Low levels of it can cause hair loss, skin rashes, and brittle nails. Egg yolks, whole grains and meat are rich in Biotin Legumes, nuts, seeds, mushrooms, avocados, sweet potato, peanut butter, bananas and yeast. Iron Red blood cells need iron to transport oxygen to our cells. Low levels can lead to fatigue, pale skin and hair loss. Red meat, leafy vegetables and legumes provide rich sources of iron.
Vitamin C aids in absorption of Iron, controls infections, prevents hair from growing weak, brittle and thin and is a powerful antioxidant. Citrus foods, leafy greens and bell peppers.
We all know Vitamin D is essential for bone health. Little did we know it is very much linked to hair loss too!! Fortified milk, oily fish, egg yolk, liver and red meat for non- vegetarians Milk, yoghurt, paneer, cheese, okra, kale, spinach, soybeans and white beans are excellent sources of Vit D for vegetarians.
Zinc plays a key role in synthesizing proteins in your hair and skin. You can get zinc from whole natural foods like Shellfish, meat, beans, whole grains, breakfast cereals, dairy products, nuts and seeds. Address your symptoms of hair thinning and hair loss at the earliest to prevent irreversible damage.
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