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Five foods that will promote your hair growth

Hair
 Save money and promote hair growth with these foods (Photo: Courtesy)

Whenever we think about ways to improve our hair, we mostly turn to hair products. We want the new serum or magic growth formula that can work wonders for us without realizing that what we eat is the main solution.

Our diet has the power to significantly change the health of our hair. You might try to do all the hair treatments possible but if you’re not eating the right foods, you probably won’t get the results you’re looking for.

So if you want to save some coins, time and really get to have stronger, healthier hair, you should consider adding these five food to your diet regularly:

 Eggs contain B12 and Carotenoids that give healthy looking hair (Photo: Courtesy)
Eggs

Eggs are some of the most popular and effective foods for healthier hair whether you choose to have them boiled, scrambled or sunny side up.

You already know the benefits of eating eggs when it comes to overall health, but you would be surprised to know that they can also significantly make your hair stronger.

Some of the beneficial nutrients they contain are vitamin B12 and Carotenoids which work together to give you healthy looking hair.

 Avocados contain fatty acids and vitamins that improve hair quality (Photo: Courtesy)
Avocados

Avocados don’t just taste great when combined with githeri or added to your toast for a healthy spreading option. They contain some of the most essential nutrients like biotin and vitamin E which help to open up your follicles and promote hair growth.

Avo is especially effective if you’re struggling with hair loss. They can supply your body with enough fatty acids and vitamins that can improve your hair quality.

 Lentils contain properties that drive more oxygen to your scalp for faster hair growth (Photo: Courtesy)
Lentils

Lentils should be a staple in your everyday diet if you want to see a huge change in the health of your hair.

They have properties that drive more oxygen into your scalp for faster hair growth and they supply your hair with proteins for stronger hair.

They also increase iron levels in your body which can help to arrest hair loss problems as well. Iron deficiency is one of the underlying reasons that trigger hair loss so lentils can help stimulate new growth as well by enhancing iron levels.

 Blueberries contain vitamin A, C and E which trigger hair growth (Photo: Courtesy)
Blueberries

Fruits should also never be left out of your diet. Blueberries specifically have been shown to supply important nutrients like vitamin A, C and E, which trigger hair growth.

They also enhance blood circulation to your scalp and they are great for overall healthy looking hair.

Knowing this, you should snack more on these tasty fruits or add them to your smoothies for vibrant hair.

 Sweet potatoes stimulate sebum on your scalp that prevent dryness and promote cell renewal (Photo: Courtesy)
Sweet potatoes

Sweet potatoes have always been such a versatile ingredient for healthy dishes. You can boil them, roast them, turn them into fries and explore so many other recipes with them.

They taste great and they come with wonderful health benefits including cancer fighting and immune boosting properties.

In terms of hair benefits, sweet potatoes also come with impressive properties. They have properties which can help stimulate sebum on your scalp, which prevents dry and brittle hair and cell renewal.

Also, they give your hair a new glow and vibrancy which is an added benefit.

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