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Foods to Include in Your Diet to Stop Hair Loss

  • Posted by: Dr. Amol Bagadia
Hair Loss Diet

Hair loss is a condition which is very common in most of the adults irrespective of age and gender. Although the causes of hair loss are many, it includes hormonal changes, genetics, age, nutrient deficiency, and many other factors which causes hair to fall.

Proper diet can reduce the hair fall, and it can help the hairs to regrow.

Hair growth is most prolific between the ages of 15 to 30. It may get slower after 40. Loss of hair occurs due to the deficiency of certain nutrients in the body. These nutrients can be regained with the consumption of food items which are rich in a particular nutrient.

1. Spinach

Spinach has a rich source of iron and contains sebum, which is a natural conditioner for hairs. The leafy green contains omega-3 acids, calcium, and potassium, which makes the hair stronger and shiny.

2. Sunflower seeds

Sunflower seeds are rich in vitamin B5 which provides the hair nourishment by flowing the right amount of blood to the scalp and hair growth. Sunflower seed oil can stimulate hair growth.

3. Beetroot

Beetroot has a rich source of nitrates in it. Later on, this nutrient improves the blood flow in the body. Beetroot brings more oxygen and essential nutrients to the hair follicles.

4. Oatmeal

Oatmeals are rich in fiber, which makes the hair strong and shiny. Male and female pattern hair loss is often associated with insulin resistance. Due to rich in fiber, Oatmeal balances the insulin level in the body.

5. Eggs

Eggs contain vitamin B called biotin, which helps hair growth. According to Indian Medical studies, Out of 100 women, around 64 women are diagnosed with deficiency of biotin, which further results as hair loss. Good sources for biotin are almonds.

6. Lentils

Lentils are full of protein, zinc, iron, and biotin, which is required to restore the health of red blood cells that supply oxygen to the hair follicles. Lentil increases the life of hair by providing essential nutrients to the follicles and prevents breakage.

Related Read: 10 Essential nutrients for healthy hair growth

7. Nuts

Nuts such as almonds or walnuts and coconut oil act as a moisturizer to the skin and hair by providing more nourishment to the hair shaft. Nuts and seeds are rich in Vitamin B, Zinc, and Vitamin E, which keeps the blood cells strong and provide antioxidant defence.

8. Guava

Guava is rich in vitamin C, which prevents the hairs from being brittle and fragile. Guavas and Oranges both contains vitamin C. The leaves of the guava tree contains vitamin B and C, which help to boost the collagen activity required for hair growth.

9. Carrots

Carrots are not only good for our eyes but also acts as a natural conditioner which prevents the hair breakage. Vitamin A is an antioxidant micronutrient, also known as retinol, which helps to support the immune system, develops and aids in cell and tissue development.

10. Sweet Potatoes

Sweet Potatoes have a rich source of vitamin B6 and vitamin A, which aids in sebum production and speed up the rate of hair growth. It also treats as dry hairs and hair loss.

If your hair loss is chronic & extensive, then you should immediately consult a Certified Trichologist to determine the cause and any appropriate treatment.

Author: Dr. Amol Bagadia
Being Central India’s first certified Trichologist, Dr. Bagadia has pioneered various concepts in this segment and stands out to be Nagpur’s best Trichology Expert. He is a certified trichologist from International Association of Trichologists.

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