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8/19/2014 9:59 AM grooming • 0 Comments

How To Eat Better For Healthy Scalp

 

  • What you put into your body shows up later on your scalp. We all have a friend who only eats processed, fried, greasy foods. Ever noticed their scalp?

 

  • Healthy hair is a sign of overall good health. When your hair is dull, lifeless, or brittle, it’s a sign that healthy changes in your diet could improve the condition of your scalp and overall appearance.

 

  • Hair follicles thrive on a balanced diet that is rich in protein, complex carbs, fatty acids, and essential vitamins.

 

  • Eating salmon can improve the condition of your scalp. It’s rich in omega-3 fatty acids and it’s packed with lean protein.

 

  • To strengthen your cuticle (the hair’s outer layer), make sure you’re indulging in vitamins A, B12, and biotin, found in spinach, eggs and bananas.

 

  • Hair loss may be related to deficiencies in certain minerals. Try eating Brazil nuts or selenium and oysters for zinc. Iron also supports healthy hair.

 

 

PRZ TIP:

Citrus, fruits, vegetables and protein all are necessary for hair health. Make sure you have zinc and omega-3 oils in your diet. Zinc comes in many forms, but it is very nourishing to the hair. Omega-3s keep hair healthy and prevent it from becoming dry and brittle, so incorporate more fish in your diet. Vitamin C is great because it absorbs iron.


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