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11/14/2017

5 Foods That Make Hair So Healthier and Thicker

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5 Foods That Make Hair So Healthier and Thicker
Not only have to take care of it from the outside, such as diligent shampoo, hair turns also need to be treated from within. One of them by choosing the right foods to make hair look healthier. So, any food, huh?

Launched from the page Byrdie, Tuesday (11/14/2017), if you include people who have dull and thin hair problem, try to routinely consume the following types of foods to make hair look more healthy, shiny, and thick.

 

5 Make Food Healthier Hair and Thick So, what are they?


1. Egg

Eggs

Because hair contains lots of protein, so it is very important to take care of it by diligently eating foods containing protein, such as eggs. You can boil, fry, or even mix it with avocado as a healthy juice.

2. Orange Fruit
 
Orange fruit

Orange is an excellent source of vitamin C which has many benefits for hair health. Oranges can also help protect and treat collagen for hair growth.

3. Chia Seeds

Chia Seeds

Chia seeds have a high protein content, healthy fats, and zinc that help accelerate hair growth naturally. In addition, chia seeds also contain high antioxidants that are able to combat signs of premature aging, such as hair loss or gray hair.

4. Salmon

Salmon

Salmon is great for nourishing the hair from the inside out. Therefore, these fatty fish contain protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and B vitamins that can accelerate hair growth while making it look shiny.

5. Nuts
According to a nutritionist from New York, Sammi Haber, nuts, especially almonds, is very good for hair growth because it has a high biotin content.

Nuts

Biotin deficiency can cause hair loss. Therefore, make almonds as a snack in the afternoon. In addition, almonds are also rich in vitamin E that can nourish the hair and scalp.

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