5 Foods for Healthy Hair
As the 1st month of 2015 is quickly coming to an end, I know many women made a New Year Resolution to have longer or healthier hair in 2015. Some of you women know exactly what you need to change or tweak in your own hair care regimens in order to obtain this goal. Other women are not quite sure where to start. Today, I want to share with you a crucial starting point.
I do know that healthy hair starts from the inside out. So the things that you eat today can effect the health of your hair tomorrow. Now, I'm not saying that if you eat a burger and fries today, your hair will be unhealthy tomorrow. I am saying that just like your overall health depends on how well you diet is balanced and the nutrients and vitamins you absorb, the same goes for your hair. Your hair thrives off of a healthy protein rich diet and with time you will definitely begin to notice a difference in the state of your hair.
Remember.....Good Nutrients and Vitamins create Healthy Follicles, Healthy Follicles create a Healthy Scalp, and a Healthy Scalp creates Healthy Hair!!!
Check out 5 Foods you can start consuming for Healthy Hair:
Salmon - This fish is loaded with the strong hair supporters like Vitamin D and protein, but it also contains omega-3 fatty acids that promote hair growth by keeping your scalp healthy.
Walnuts - The nut is one of the only nuts that has a significant amount of omega-3 fatty acids. They're also rich in biotin and vitamin E.
Oysters - Oysters are rich in zinc, a lack of zinc can lead to hair loss (even in your eyelashes), as well as a dry, flaky scalp.
Sweet Potatoes - These are loaded with beta carotene, which you body turns into vitamin A that not only promotes a healthy scalp but promotes hair growth.
Spinach - The iron, beta carotene, folate, and vitamin C in spinach help keep hair follicles healthy and scalp oils circulating.
There are many more foods out there that are rich in the essential vitamins and nutrients needed to obtain healthy hair. I would recommend doing a little research and find the foods that you love and wouldn't mind consuming on a regular basis.
I hope this was helpful and will help get you started.
For those of you who are already well balanced with their diet, what are some of your favorite foods to consume that are rich in protein, zinc, biotin, beta-carotene, Vitamin E, A & D that you would like to share?
Until Next Time,
Take Care and God Bless!!!
Tiffany Nichols Design
Uplifting, Educating, and Promoting the Beauty of Natural Hair