5 Foods For Healthy Hair

Transitions Hair specialises in cutting-edge hair restoration treatments since the 1960s, and their Director Andrew Wilson shares his secret tips for eating your way to healthy hair.

“Your diet can play a huge part in your hair health and can often be the difference between a good or bad hair day”, he says. He recommends regular consumption of all five foods in the lead up to your wedding!

Eggs are packed with biotin and vitamin B, and they are often used for homemade hair treatments. You should include them in your pre-wedding diet, but also apply on your hair to stimulate growth and make your tresses shiny and strong. Other foods rich in biotin you can use for homemade hair treatments are avocado, almonds, peanuts and wheat bran.

Spinach contains folate and iron which makes your hair thicken and grow, so include it in your pre-wedding dietary plan, along with lentils which are also full of iron and stimulate the growth of cells. Other good sources of iron include soybeans and tofu, starchy beans and black-eyed peas.

Sweet potatoes are a great source of vitamin A and beta carotene which are essential for healthy hair and glowing skin. You should also include carrots, dark green lettuces and asparagus in your meals, while pumpkins can also be used for homemade hair treatments.

Finally, yellow, red and green capsicum will help you achieve healthy hair because it is full of vitamin C which is necessary for healthy hair.

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