What you eat is important in preventing hair loss.20 May 2009, by HAIR LOSS FACTS, HAIR LOSS SCIENCE in
HEALTHY HAIR Going on a low-calorie fad diet may be the worst thing you can do to your hair. Diets are often low in important nutrients like omega-3 fatty acids, zinc and vitamin A, which can stunt hair growth and lead to dullness or even hair loss.
Your hair grows up to a half-inch every month and the foundation for all that new hair, skin and nail growth is the nutrients we eat.
If you were born with fine, thin hair, no food will give you thick locks. But a well-balanced diet can make a difference, nutrition experts say.
Spinach, broccoli and Swiss chard are good sources of vitamins A and C, which your body needs to produce sebum. The oily substance, secreted by your hair follicles, is the body’s natural hair conditioner. Legumes like kidney beans and lentils provide plentiful protein to promote hair growth, as well as ample iron, zinc and biotin.
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