While none of the foods and drinks mentioned here will cure boldness or stop hair loss it will make your hair healthier and stimulate natural hair growth. While most people will know the sorts of things they need to increase hair growth it is always nice to get some facts to back it up…
There are so many ways to enjoy eggs that you could have them every day for the rest of your life and never have the same meal twice! Eggs are a great source of both zinc and selenium, but it is the high amounts of protein that make them extra great for your hair.
While most berries have vitamins that may promote hair growth it is strawberries that have the highest amounts of vitamin C which is the one your body needs the most to promote hair growth.
As with the berries, most healthy green vegetables are good for hair growth, but spinach takes it to a new level with its vitamins A, C and high amounts of iron which is especially useful for hair growth in older people.
Not all fish can stimulate hair growth but fatty fish like salmon is rich in both omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids which have been linked to hair growth.
If you like the taste of avocados there is a good chance you have pretty great hair, because just 1 avocado a day can help prepare poor hair quality and has even shown to help reduce skin damage on the scalp. But I wouldn’t suggest you rub it into your hair as it could get rather messy.
Just a single ounce of sunflower seeds is over 50% of your whole bodies daily vitamin E needs! But this doesn’t mean you have to eat them raw, there are lots of great recipes you could try, but they do taste pretty good on their own.
While most sweet peppers have high amounts of vitamin C it is yellow peppers that can contain up to 6 times as much vitamin C as the red or green kind!
Not everyone likes the taste (or look) of oysters, but they are one of the best sources of zinc you can eat. Anyone who has suffered a zinc deficiency will tell you it results in hair loss so try and get as much of it as you can even if that means via supplements.
Pumpkins are not just a Halloween decoration, they are a great source of vitamin A which your body needs to make sebum which is the oily substance our hair makes as a sort of natural hair conditioner.
No, this is not a joke. Greek yoghurt is super-rich in vitamin B5 which helps the body increase blood flow to your scalp which in turn leads to stimulated hair growth! So why not start using this instead of cows milk on that cereal!?
Do you know of any other foods that are good for your hair? If so why not leave a comment and let the world learn from your knowledge.