7 Essential Nutrients To Help Prevent Hair Loss

7 Essential Nutrients To Help Prevent Hair Loss

 

There is no secret that eating a well-balanced diet has significant overall health benefits. But did you know that the right combination of essential nutrients can help combat hair loss?

A good hair care regimen and diet can help prevent hair loss in both men and women. In this short article, we will take a look at seven essential nutrients that you should know about to combat your hair loss situation.

 

Here are 7 essential nutrients that you should know to promote healthy growing hair:

1.  Protein: For thick, healthy hair you will need protein from foods such as nuts, seeds, legumes, meat, eggs, fish and even yogurt. Not having enough protein could result in dry, brittle hair, and hair loss.

2.  B Vitamins:  The B vitamins include a large family of vitamins that are vital for increasing circulation to the skin, while stimulating follicles to promote growing healthy hair. The B vitamins also play a role in delivering nutrients to your hair follicle.

3.  Biotin: Biotin is a popular supplement that is known for its ability to promote hair growth, thicken the hair strand and prevent hair loss. Biotin is one of the key building blocks for thick and healthy. If you need to introduce more biotin into your lifestyle consider eating foods such as  eggs, fruits, and green leafy vegetables.

4.  Zinc: A lack of zinc can lead to hair loss. Zinc is found in foods such as oysters, beef, egg yolks, whole greens, and fortified cereals. You will be delighted to know that zinc can be found in foods such as chocolate.

5.  Vitamin A: This essential nutrient is a powerhouse antioxidant that helps produce an oily substance that keeps your scalp and hair glossy and hydrated. This oil substance is secreted by your sebaceous glands, and without enough vitamin A, we can’t produce an adequate amount of it. Your hair and scalp also depends on vitamin A to keep your head from becoming dry and itchy. You can find vitamin A in foods such as carrots, sweet potatoes and watermelon.

6.  Iron: For healthy growing hair, you will need to consume foods that are packed with iron and avoid developing an iron deficiency. When there is an iron deficiency your body lacks nutrients that is needed for hair growth.  Iron helps bring oxygen to your hair through red blood cells. To introduce iron into your diet consider foods such as spinach, lean meats, nuts and beans.

7.  Vitamin C:  This powerful vitamin is an essential nutrient for healthy hair, because it helps your body produce collagen. The collagen protein helps strengthen the blood vessels that supply and nourish the hair shafts. You can find vitamin C in foods such as citrus fruits, kiwi, strawberries, guava, papaya, blueberries, broccoli, and sweet potatoes.

A well-balanced diet can have a serious impact on the health and the appearance of your hair. A few changes in your diet can do wonders for your hair. However, before doing so, you should consult with your physician or dermatologist to rule out any underlying issues that could be the cause of your hair loss. Your dermatologist may suggest some solutions and rule and rule out any medical related concerns that are directly related to the onset of your hair loss or thinning hair. Your health comes first so take care of your health and healthy hair will follow. Contact our hair replacement experts at Tony’s Hair Replacement to find viable non-surgical hair replacement options to help you look and feel your best and say goodbye to the appearance of bald and thinning hair. Request a consultation!

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