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Nutritious Foods For Healthy Hair

Nutritious Foods For Healthy Hair

Nutritious Foods For Healthy Hair

1.     Lentils & Pulses

For nothing, 'dal chawal' is the staple diet for most Indians. And rightly so. Do you remember all the dietary advice you got while growing up? 'Eat your pulses' or to put in simple way 'Have a bowl of dal every day.' Pulses are high protein & high nutrient foods. Pulses help to build the structure of hair, promote growth, prevent breakage and impart strength.  Pluses are also rich in folic acid, so, its intake is mandatory for good hair health as it prevents premature graying of hair and aids in hair growth by renewing hair cells.


2.   Walnuts

Walnuts are immensely rich in nutrition and their benefits ranging from metabolism to heart health and beauty cannot be overlooked. Walnut are good ‘hair food’.  It contains biotin (vitamin B7) that helps strengthen hair, reduce hair fall and improve hair growth to certain extent.  They are also rich in omega 3 fats that promote shine and keep the scalp healthy.


3.  Milk & Milk related Products

Milk & Milk Products for hair contains essential substances like casein and several nutrients such as Vitamin A & B, phosphorous, calcium, magnesium, zinc and protein that have the ability to strengthen and nourished hair cells; and also softens the hairs to provide smooth and shiny hairs.  Intake of dairy products such as curd, low fat cheese and milk promotes hair growth, thickness and improves hair texture.


4.   Dark green leafy vegetables

Foods classified as dark, leafy greens contain vitamins C and E. These vegetables are known for being nutritional powerhouses due to their high level of nutrients.  Both of these vitamins are antioxidants that increase the blood circulation to your scalp.  Increased circulation stimulates your hair follicles, which allows you to grow more hair.  So, make sure you consume your bowl of greens daily for a head full of silky, healthy & smooth hair.


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