Foods That Will Increase Hair Growth

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This Weeks Subject: Monday: Foods That Will Help Increase Hair Growth

Here are the top 9 foods (five of them are targeted in today’s discussion) that’ll improve your hair’s health. Prunes: For their iron value, we know that people who have a iron deficiency may experience profound changes such as hair loss, dryness, thinning and discoloration. Green Peas: May not be labeled as a super food, it might be a good time to start regarding them as such.Green peas have well balanced nutrients that offer an array of vitamins and minerals including those that are important for healthy hair, like iron, zinc and B vitamins (deficiencies of these elements have been linked to unhealthy hair changes). Shrimp: We already know that we should limit our red meats and for men to build muscle, finding protein replacement can be tough. So, how about shrimp? Not only are these tiny crustaceans delicious served over pasta and red wine, but they also help you keep your hair! They’re also a great source of vitamin B12, iron and zinc – key vitamins and minerals that you’ll need in your fight against hair loss. Steel Cut Oats: Similar to prunes, oats are loaded with more than enough fiber to help you maintain a healthy heart and bowels, but beyond fiber, oats are also jam-packed full of other important nutrients, like zinc, iron and omega-6 fatty acids. Also known as polyunsaturated fatty acids (FUFAs), omega-6 fatty acids are essential to normal skin, hair growth and development. Omega-6 fatty acids are also essential in the sense that they must be obtained from your diet – so don’t be afraid to throw down a nice big bowl of oatmeal now and again. Kidney Beans: Legumes like kidney beans have long been touted for their healthy-hair-promoting properties. Not only are they a great non-meat source of iron and zinc, but they’re also a great source of protein. Studies have shown that severe protein deficiency can lead to unhealthy hair loss and thinning, more specifically. In fact, changes to hair were even considered as a means of identifying protein malnutrition in hospitalized patients back in the 1970s.

Editor’s View: The Right Foods will not only benefit your hair, your whole body’s force too!

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