If you are reading this article it is because you too dream of having a dream mane without using products that are harmful to your health. What if we tried to nourish our hair from the inside to make it look better on the outside? Because using good hair products to have beautiful hair is good, but combining them with a sufficient supply of vitamins and minerals is better!
Our hair feeds on what we eat: the nutrients we eat build the hair from the root to grow it. All vitamins and nutrients are important for health because they are complementary. A varied diet rich in nutrients is the royal voice to a healthy and voluminous hair. But you will have to be patient before seeing a result (count at least three months).
Let's focus on what your mane needs to be on top:
Vitamin A restores suppleness and shine to your hair, while vitamin C not only makes them shine but also helps them to push!
Vitamins B8 and B5 act against hair loss. Combined, they help regenerate damaged hair and promote regrowth. They are found in particular in fruits, vegetables, meats, egg yolks, cereals, cauliflower, mushrooms, fish ...
Vitamin B6 strengthens weakened hair. It is present in certain foods such as pork, fish, carrots, cabbage, pumpkin, beans, bananas, egg yolks, nuts, sunflower seeds and dairy products.
Vitamin B12 is an excellent ally for improving curls and is very important for the scalp. A lack of this vitamin makes hair dull, dry and brittle and leads to hair loss as well as itching accompanied by dandruff. Thus, vitamin B12 is found in citrus fruits, oatmeal and buckwheat, beets, carrots, beef and egg yolks.
Zinc, iron and sulfur meanwhile, are trace elements that stimulate hair growth and promote the assimilation of certain amino acids in keratin. They are found in seafood and oysters, meat, grains, eggs and lentils among others.
Vitamin E present in hazelnuts, almonds and sunflower oil - among others - preserves hydration and limits the appearance of dandruff.
Essential fatty acids soothe scalp irritation but are also essential for hair growth and elasticity. They are present in lentils, quinoa, agar-agar, brewer's yeast ...
Our Nutrient-Rich Grocery Hit List
- Bananas: contain vitamins B6, C and E. applied as a mask, it thickens the hair
- Eggs: rich in vitamin B, they promote growth and renewal of hair
- Green vegetables : broccoli, spinach, cabbage rich in vitamin A or C
- Red meat : to bring iron and avoid anemia!
- Fruits and vegetables : Vitamin C helps the body absorb iron
- Vegetal oils : a lack of fatty acids makes hair dry and dull. A small spoon of oil (olive, walnut, flax, sunflower ...) is enough to make them shine ✨
- Sea food : crab, oysters, shells, shrimps ... the more fresh and raw they are, the more nutrients they are
- Soy milk : ultra protein, rich in lipids and antioxidants, it can also be applied to the lengths to protect them
You know what you have to do to get the hair you dream of, so hop hop hop, go to your market gardener!
And if you're such a busy President that she doesn't have a minute to simmer balanced meals 3 times a day, rush to Resolution N ° 1, THE dietary supplement that will help you get the health benefits. supply of the nutrients you need to nourish your hair from the roots!
Thank you Madam President ?