LIFESTYLE WITH BERNYS --- SIX POWER PACKED FOODS FOR THICK AND LONG HAIR



SIX POWER PACKED FOODS FOR THICK AND LONG HAIR 







Hair lighter than a feather? Having a tough time growing strong and thick hair past a certain length? Or is your hair falling out? Well, it could be as a result of any of the many causes of hair loss and stunted hair growth. However, nutrition which is continuously overlooked plays a key role in hair development aside numerous hair treatments. Your diet should contain nutrients that promote hair growth to help your treatments pay off.

 Be it trimmed short or long, hair looks better thick, style regardless. Here are six foods that helps your hair out.




EGGS
You can condition your hair with eggs, its protein helps rebuild damaged hair. Eggs also contain biotin, a B-complex vitamin and vitamin D which plays a role in the development of strong hair. Not having enough of these vitamins may lead to hair loss. Both consumption and application contribute massively to hair development.

COCONUT OIL

Coconut oil contains proteins that are essential to revitalizing damaged hair. Hair goes into a resting phase without enough protein to build and repair. This may cause a lot of shedding and hair loss. The vitamins and essential fatty acids in coconut oil nourish the scalp and help eliminate sebum build up from hair.



CARROTS

Sebum is a natural conditioner produced by the body with the aid of vitamin A. It’s an important substance that conditions the hair. Carrot helps the scalp produce sebum which keeps both the scalp and hair roots healthy. You can eat a carrot a day to add up thickness and length to your hair






AVOCADO

Copper is a mineral that doesn’t only strengthen the hair but the skin as well. It builds up the skin that hold hair follicles as well as balances hormones to aid hair growth. This mineral, copper, is found in avocado and so consuming avocado as well as other foods rich in copper such as beef, beans and leafy vegetables is beneficial for hair growth.





OATS

Oats are rich in fibre, zinc omega-3 fatty acids and irons which stimulate hair growth and makes hair thicker and healthy. Omega 3 is an important fatty acid your body needs to produce hair cells. Oats have properties that help treat dandruff and these same properties also help prevent hair loss.





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