hair loss

Foods to prevent Hair Loss & Dryness

Hair Loss

Hair loss and dryness can be a frustrating problem for many people. While there are many products on the market that claim to help with these issues, there are also many natural remedies that can be effective. One such remedy is to incorporate certain foods into your diet that can help prevent hair loss and dryness.

In this blog post, we will discuss some of the best foods to eat to keep your hair healthy and strong. We will also provide tips on how to incorporate these foods into your diet. So, if you’re looking for a natural way to prevent hair loss and dryness, keep reading!

Hair Loss can occur on your scalp or entire body. healthy diets can keep you from this or help you to re-grow and have a better hair.

Green Vegetables

Leafy vegetables such as spinach contain a lots of nutrients that prevent hair loss. Vitamin A, iron, carotene, folate and vitamin C all work together to keep your hair moisturized and provide a healthy scalp and mane.

Sea Foods

Oysters contain a lots of zinc. When you lack it in your diet, you have hair loss even your eye lashes. You can also find this mineral in lobster, crabs and fortified cereals.


Cinnamon helps with blood flow. This brings oxygen and nutrients through the hair follicles. Spray the spice on your toast and your oatmeal.

Poultry Meat

Get protein from lean meat like chicken and turkey. These also have less saturated fat than beef and pork. You need enough protein for better hair growth. When you lack it, hair growth will slow down and the older ones will falls out.

Dairy Foods

When you don’t get enough vitamin B (biotin), hair growth rests. Eating eggs covered your iron and protein bases. Vitamin B also helps strengthen brittle fingernails.

Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes are rich in carotene—a good antioxidants that can prevent dry hair. This is done by promoting the glands in your scalp to make an oily fluid called sebum that prevent your hair from drying out. It also prevent dull hair. You can also get carotene from carrots, mangoes pumpkin and cantaloupe.

Fortified Cereals

Grains, cereals, pastas and soya beans and lentils contain iron. Iron prevent hair loss. Organ meat like kidney are also rich in iron. Dark leafy greens also contain irons.

Fish Diet

Omega-3 fatty acids are present in fish like mackerel, sardines, and salmon which can keep your hair growing, shiny and full. Your body can not produce these healthy fat, you need to get them from food or supplements.

Guava Fruit

Guava is rich in vitamin C. it keeps your hair from breaking. A cup of guava contains 378 milligrams of vitamin C. this is 4times more than minimum daily recommended amount.

Greek Yogurt

Greek yogurt is packed with protein which is a major building blocks of your hair. Vitamin B5 present in Greek yogurt helps with blood flow to your scalp and hair growth. It also prevent your hair against hair thinning and loss.

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