Never get worried when you lose some hair. It is only the cycle of nature that every living thing will get renewed. Studies showed that we lose some of hair during fall exactly like tree leaves, but here are some vegetables and fruits can be best friends for your hair to grow:
Spinach is a rich source of iron and zinc in addition to other essential vitamins and minerals. These two particular minerals are highly necessary for the hair, as the absence of zinc and iron often leads to hair loss in many people.
Carrots are a rich store of Vitamin B7 or Biotin that is considered a healthy tonic for the hair. Biotin is essential for hair re-growth. At the same time, it helps to strengthen the hair roots so that hair does not fall out easily. Boil some carrots and blend them. Don’t throw the water you boiled them in, use the same to grind and blend them. Apply the paste to your hair and leave on for 30 minutes. Wash it away. This mask helps reduce hair fall and also promotes hair growth.
One of the best ways to ensure healthy hair is to get enough vitamin C. And one of the best ways to ensure you get enough vitamin C is to eat plenty of citrus fruits. Vitamin C is a major antioxidant that is essential to the production of skin collagen and helps protect fat-soluble vitamins A and E from free radicals. Oranges, limes, grapefruits and lemons are good sources of vitamin C. Include plenty of these vital fruits in your diet, since vitamin C is easily lost during food preparation when exposed to air, cooking and submersion in water. Rubbing fresh lemon juice into the scalp is a method used to eliminate dandruff and help scalp circulation.
Avocados are in a class by themselves when it comes to maintaining healthy hair. While some people argue the avocado is a fruit and others insist it’s a vegetable, no one argues about the benefits of this powerhouse when it comes to hair health. They are rich in beta-carotene, vitamin B and C, which are essential for hair growth, and vitamin E that ensures cells get the oxygen they need and strengthens capillary walls, promoting good scalp circulation. Avocados’ high-fat content also makes them an excellent choice as a hair conditioner. Thoroughly mash a ripe avocado and apply it to your damp hair after shampooing. Leave it in your hair for 10 to 15 minutes, then thoroughly rinse and dry as usual.
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