Healthy Foods for healthy hair

Aliya Khan By Aliya Khan, 22nd Jun 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Chicken and Turkey meat is a healthy way to stock up on your protein, which is essential for healthy hair.

Healthy Foods for healthy hair

Greens: Surprise, surprise, these guys are good for everything. Spinach and broccoli contain great amounts of vitamin A and C, which help regulate the production of sebum – natural oil that keeps your hair looking super soft and well-nourished.

Eggs: Great for your hair cooked or raw. Eggs are an amazing and delicious form of protein, and secondly, they work wonders if you simply pop the egg onto your hair. I’ve tried making a hair mask out of eggs a couple of times and I as pleasant surprised to learn it really works. It smells awful and will take more than one shampoo to get it all out but it’s worth it! Leave the mask on for 15 minutes before rinsing and you’ll notice the difference.

Berries: as you get older or the more damage you do to you hair, the wispier and scantier it gets. Berries ensure this doesn’t happen. These days, going to the hairdresser is like going to the supermarket; constantly coloring or styling our hair so I reckon berries are essential even if you’ve got perfect thick locks.

Green Tea: A couple of cups a day will promote better blood flow to your scalp and this means healthy, bouncy hair. Green tea also regulates hormonal changes in your body that can affect your hair.

Lean Meat: Chicken and Turkey meat is a healthy way to stock up on your protein, which is essential for healthy hair. They are also packed with iron, a mineral that is efficient used by your body to repair damaged and fragile hair.


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Aliya Khan is a natural home remedy expert. He broadcasts his thoughts and expertise to cure many health problems and diseases like Acne, Arthritis, Diabetes with natural herbal treatment.

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