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What foods to eat for a healthy and beautiful hair

November 30, 2018 by Mihaela Iliescu0

The way we choose what we eat drastically influences the state of health, but also the appearance of the skin or hair.

Depending on what you use to put on the plate, you can have beautiful hair or, on the contrary, an unhealthy and unkempt hair.

When certain foods are found in the daily diet, you can forget about split tips, dandruff or fat, lack of volume, excessive dropping, and any other scalp problems.

To strengthen hair

If you have a “weak” hair, you can try to cure it by eating foods containing Omega 3. Omega 3 fatty acids are part of the cell membrane structure.

When they are missing, you are likely to face the tendency of losing hair.

The most important sources of omega 3 are seafood and fatty fish.

Vegetarians can enjoy soy, seeds, nuts and olive oil.

For hair growth

Sometimes, nutritional deficiencies make their presence felt through hair growth problems.

Fortunately, we can consume growth-enhancing foods.

The effects are due to the beneficial elements – proteins and iron, the same being found in eggs.

Natural alternatives are vegetables, chickpeas, lemon and quinoa.

For a shiny and beautiful hair

The origin of the lack of hair shine is actually the condition of the head skin (which is too dry).

When sebaceous glands produce insufficient sebum, the hair tends to remain dry, hence the look “extinguished” or “washed out”.

In addition to the action of sunlight and the excessive use of the stretch plate or dryer, which contributes to the phenomenon, it can also be an unbalanced diet.

Of great help are potatoes, but also other foods rich in beta-carotene (vitamin A precursor).

Among other things, beta-carotene favours the production of sebum, a real balm for the scalp and hair.

So, say a great YES to all fruits and vegetables covering the pale yellow and orange – potatoes, carrots, pumpkin, yellow apples, melon, papaya, peaches, pineapples, mandarins, corn, yellow peppers, oranges, etc.

Mihaela Iliescu

Mihaela Iliescu

Today's paradox: we have the most developed medicine of all time, but at the same time we have the highest percentage of sick people. The idea of being healthy is perceived differently by people (by each person). The way of thinking falls under the lack of health education, which leads to diseases. Unfortunately, the idea that physicians are fully responsible for our health has led to the fact that people today do not have a practical knowledge base in terms of health and its maintenance.

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