Natural Hair Tips – Foods To Make Your Hair More Healthy

Treatments like Japanese Hair Straightening go a long way toward giving you sleek, healthy looking hair. But just like your body, your hair needs nutrients every day to stay beautiful and strong. Here are five types of food that should make their way onto your plate everyday. Your hair will thank you!

 

Foods rich with Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Filling your daily menu with Omega-3 Fatty Acid-rich foods like salmon, walnuts and almonds will keep your hair shiny and your scalp healthy.

 

Proteins

Proteins such as eggs, poultry and beans will ensure your hair is strong and growing. These foods are especially good if your hair has been feeling brittle or dry.

 

Foods rich with Vitamin A

Vitamin A creates an oil called sebum, which is your body’s natural hair conditioner. Dark green vegetables such as broccoli and kale will keep your hair soft and hydrated.

 

Foods rich with Zinc

Cashews, whole grain cereals and oysters will give your body the zinc it needs to promote hair growth and scalp health. This antioxidant also prevents hair loss.

 

Foods rich with Vitamins B-6 and B-12

These vitamins will help your hair keep a healthy growth cycle, doubling as protectors against hair loss. Meat and dairy products will give your hair the B’s it needs.

 

Diet can make a drastic difference in your hair’s strength and shine. But if you’re looking for a permanent way to improve its texture and decrease frizz, consider contacting May Sappington to learn more about Long Beach Japanese Hair Straightening. The treatment will give you the healthy looking sleek hair of your dreams. 

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