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Food Supplements & Vitamins

Food Supplements & Vitamins

The relationship between your diet and your hair health

If you tend to diet frequently, you may be consuming the protein which is vital for healthy hair from the iron reserves that your body has stored.

You may find the a general food guide below that can help to promote healthy hair and prevent hair loss;

Meat – Eating lean meat not only provides the protein that your hair needs but also increases your iron. Women with iron deficiency experience hair thinning or hair loss. So be sure to include protein in your diet.

Egg – Rich in protein but also linked to a deficiency of Biotin, a good source of B vitamins.

Dark Green Vegetables – Spinach, broccoli, and green vegetables are full of vitamins A and C, which help in sebum production.

Avocado – High Omega-3 fatty acids help moisturize silky and shiny hair. Don’t you like avocados? Try salmon or nuts like almonds and walnuts

Oyster – Provides a good source of Zinc that helps production androgens. Other good sources of Zinc are lean beef and liver.

Blueberries – It commonly known as the “super” antioxidant food. They are very high in Vitamin C, which helps a healthy scalp.

Beans and Lentils – They are not only a source of protein for a healthy protein source, but also a source of iron, zinc, and biotin.

Calcium – Please be sure to include calcium in your diet. This important mineral is necessary for your bones and hair.