8 Super Foods For Healthy Hair And To Prevent Premature Greying


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All of us love our hair and take care of them. But in today’s age premature graying of hair is common to almost all. Most of us think that good shampoo, oil, conditioners etc. help us to take care of the hair. But is that all? Not really. Actually, as much as we treat them externally we need to nourish them internally as well. And best way to keep them healthy is to eat the right food. So take note of these 8 super foods that help grow healthy hair and prevent premature hair graying.

#1 Salmon

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Salmon is a good source of omega-3 fatty acid which is very effective for scalp and helps to maintain natural color of your hair. A piece or two of salmon in dinner or lunch, twice a week can help you have healthy hair.

#2 Nuts

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Munch on a handful of nuts once in a day. It is good for your overall health and beneficial for hair problems. Eating nuts are good for digestion, also and the better your digestion is the better your hair will be.

#3 Oysters

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Oysters are good for hair, too. They work as the natural remedy for premature hair graying. If you don’t eat them then try to get oyster oil. Massage your scalp with oyster oil or you can add some coconut oil to it.

#4 Blueberries

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Blueberries are rich in copper, iodine and zinc all these are important to maintain melanin pigment that is responsible for hair color. It also takes care of deficiency of vitamin-B complex.

#5 Clams

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It is a good source of protein, vitamin-B and iron, all these help to retain good hair growth and healthy follicles. It also helps in lowering bad cholesterol.

#6 Leafy Green Vegetables

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Green leafy vegetables are packed with a huge amount of folic acid, zinc, copper, iron etc. Folic acid enhances healthy hair and takes care of scalp, too.

#7 Banana

Banana for Healthy Hair
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Bananas are packed with iron and vitamin-B1, B2 and B3 all these help in proper hair growth and melanin pigmentation.

#8 Tuna

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Just like salmon, tuna too is rich in protein and omega-3 fatty acid. Though almost all fishes are a good source of protein but tuna and salmon are known best for both protein and fatty acids.

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