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Here are 9 nutrient-rich foods that are known to keep your hair healthy and prevent hair fall when consumed regularly.

Everyone of us has experienced hair loss, but we often forget hair fall or hair growth is linked to diet and lifestyle. You may oil your hair regularly and apply hair masks but internal nourishment is as important as external care. Sometimes even after all external care, hair fall may occur, and this type of hair fall is called cyclic hair loss. Cyclic hair loss occurs when there is a sudden decline in hair count, which may be due to hormonal changes or abuse drugs. If you don’t follow a good hair care regimen, you still suffer with hair-related issues. Here are nine nutrient-rich foods that are known to keep your hair healthy and may prevent hair loss: Include these foods in your diet and see the difference. Growth

1. Spinach

one of the greatest vegetarian food for hair regrowth. Spinach is a great source of iron vitamin A and C and protein. Iron deficiency is the main cause of hair fall and spinach is not only iron-rich it also contains sebum which acts as a natural conditioner for hair. It also provides us with vitamins, minerals and protein. Leafy green vegetables contain magnesium, potassium, calcium, and iron. These vitamins help in promoting a healthy scalp and lustrous hair.

  • 2. Eggs and dairy products: Eggs and dairy products are great foods for hair growth and thickness. Milk yogurt and eggs are packed with essential nutrients such as proteins Vitamin B12 iron zinc and Omega 6 fatty acids. Dairy products are also a great source of biotin (Vitamin B7) that is known to completely cover the sheet with paint. Let the paint dry completely, then apply a second coat.

 

3. Walnuts

Add some walnuts to your diet to stop hair fall. It is the only known nut that contains biotin B vitamins (B1 B6 and B9) Vitamin E plenty of protein and magnesium all of which strengthen hair cuticles and nourish the scalp.

  • 4. Guava: Vitamin C prevents your hair from becoming brittle and fragile and guavas contain more Vitamin C than oranges! Just like the fruit the leaves too contain vitamin B and C which help boost collagen activity required for hair growth.

 

5. Lentils

 

Lentils are high in protein, iron, zinc, and biotin. These nutrients are good for your hair because it helps your skin and scalp maintain its healthy appearance.

  • 6. Barley:  is loaded with Vitamin E which helps in treating hair thinning. Barley is also rich in iron and copper that help in the production of red blood cells and make your hair follicles stronger.

7. Flaxseeds

Flaxseeds are rich in Omega-3 fatty acids that easily reach the hair follicles and scalp. These acids nourish the follicles and prevent breakage. Since your body cannot produce these acids you need to derive them from your diet.

8. Chicken

Your hair is made up of protein and so eating a diet rich in high-quality naturally occurring protein can really help. If you’re a vegetarian you can turn to tofu and peanuts to promote hair health.

Carrots are not only good for your eyes but hair too. They contain Vitamin A that acts as an natural conditioner and prevents your hair from breaking off. Sweet potato is another great source to derive Vitamin A.