Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Secrets of Healthy and Beautiful Hair

Who does not want beautiful and healthy hair? Of course we all do it!

I personally believe and it is true of course, the secret to pretty hair is not an expensive hair product or regular visits to the salon. Still we try different hair care products to achieve that shiny hair goal, spend a lot of money (which is hard to get!) To get the healthy mane you've always dreamed of. But, never thought that expensive hair care products alone can not help you realize your dreams.

Yes, let's do the analysis right away. Your hair needs food from within the roots. Your hair needs food too. If basic, but compulsory, nutrients are missing from your food, no matter how hard you try and visit the salon, nothing can not help you fulfill that beautiful hair goal.

Let's get to the Biology of your hair to understand what they really need.

The building blocks of each hair are PROTEIN. To include simple words I will say, your hair is made up of proteins. Protein-rich foods will definitely help keep your hair healthy. But, besides protein, hair also needs other essential nutrients. For example, zinc iron, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin B, vitamin c, biotin is necessary for the growth of your healthy hair.

I've mentioned some of the foods below that are needed to get them present in your food again ready for all the hair related issues and no expensive brands can help you.

PROTEIN RICH FOOD: Eggs are one of the best natural protein sources. Hair is made of protein. So include them in your daily diet so as to achieve the goal of healthy hair. Ladies, add at least 23 grams of protein to your daily diet.

Other protein-rich foods include beans, soy, dairy products such as milk, buttermilk, cheese, oilseed, tofu, beans and nuts.

Vitamin C:

Well, yes the dose of Vitamin C definitely helps to get shiny hair. Vitamin C not only helps absorb iron but also helps hair growth, hair pigmentation, promote hair growth tissue. Finally produce a smaller hair.

Sources of vitamin C include oranges, brussels sprouts, kale, red peppers, strawberries, lemon, guava, broccoli, grapefruit and more.


Keep your hair thick and nutritious, and include foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids in your diet. Generally, nuts and seeds are a great source of omega-3 fatty acids.

You may also include walnuts, flaxseeds, beans, spinach, kale, almonds.

Am I missing something? Then add in the comments section below (I want to read it and increase my knowledge).

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