Hair Health From The Outside In

What's inside is outside. Have you ever heard of it? For better or for worse we are here to say that it’s true.

It’s no secret to anyone that for the proper nutrition, the body needs vitamins and minerals. Our hair is no exception - without them, the hair strands will become brittle, dull, lifeless. For the health and beauty of hair, you need will various vitamins:

A - is responsible for the immune system, strong and shiny hair. A deficiency of it can lead to hair loss and dryness.  Contained in the liver, egg yolks, butter, whole milk, cream.

B2 - makes hair healthy. Its lack leads to increased fat content. To prevent this from happening - use dairy products, eggs, bread, meat, and liver.

B3 - is responsible for pigmentation.  Dysplasia and early gray hair are a consequence of its lack. Make up for the missing with whole grains, brewer's yeast, peanuts, fish, liver, beef meat.

B6 - relieves itching, drying out of the skin and dandruff. Most of it is found in dry yeast, whole grains, chicken, pork, fish, liver, kidneys, eggs, vegetables, soy, bananas, nuts, potatoes, and cabbage.

B9 - helps hair grow. It is abundant in vegetables, nutritional yeast, cottage cheese, cheeses, and fish.

B10 - improves hair growth and, like B3, normalizes its color. With a lack of this vitamin, eat dairy products, egg yolks, brewer's yeast, rice, potatoes, fish, nuts.

E - is responsible for the nutrition of hair follicles. It is found in tomatoes, salads, peas, spinach, parsley, rosehip seeds, and sunflower oil.

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