Top 7 Foods for Healthy Hair

Salmon(Omega-3) for Shine

Fatty fish like salmon, sardines, and mackerel are contained with plenty of healthy omega-3 fatty acids. However, your body can't make these healthy fats, so you have to get them from food or supplements. Report shows that it can help with hair loss, to grow hair and keep it shiny and full.


Grow With Greek Yogurt

Greek yogurt has an ingredient like protein and vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) and that helps with blood flow to your scalp and hair growth.It may even help against hair thinning and loss. You may recognise pantothenic acid as an ingredient on your hair and skincare product labels.


Spinach to Battle Brittle Hair

Brittle hair is a combination of dryness, dullness, split ends and frizzing. But no worries, like so many dark green leafy vegetables, spinach is full of amazing nutrients. It has tons of vitamin A, plus iron, beta carotene, folate, and vitamin C. These work together for a healthy scalp and mane. They keep your hair moisturised so it doesn't break. Want to mix it up a little? Kale is another great green choice.

Guava to Prevent Breakage

This tropical fruit brims with vitamin C. It protects your hair from breaking. One cup of guava has 377 milligrams of vitamin C. That's more than four times the minimum daily recommended amount. Bonus!


No More Hair Loss from Cereal

Fortified Cereal contains added vitamins and minerals, like iron, and I’m sure that cereal must be something you will have for breakfast sometime. Apart from fortified cereal,  pastas, and soybeans and lentils are also packed with a lot of these nutrients, so I recommend everyone should eat more of these foods too.

Chicken for Thicken Hair

When you don't get enough protein, your hair will stop growing. When older hairs fall out, you may have hair loss. Thus, to get protein from meat, like chicken or turkey, is your best choice to prevent hair loss. With additional information provided, lean poultry which has less saturated fat than sources like beef and pork, so you will not get fat from that.

Sweet Potatoes Keep Hair Shiny

Sweet potatoes, actually saying that all orange foods, are packed with a good-for-you antioxidant called beta carotene to keep your hair shiny.  Your body turns beta carotene into vitamin A. That helps protect against dry, dull hair. It also encourages the glands in your scalp to make an oily fluid called sebum that keeps hair from drying out. Other orange vegetables like carrots, pumpkin, cantaloupe, and mangoes also would be good.