Are you finding it difficult to salvage your hair strands after a
misguided cut? Or are you just after a new look but can’t wait
patiently for your hair to grow? Well… We have good news!
Fortunately for you, you don’t have to wait for so long and you
don’t have to put in extra efforts to have your hair grow to your
desired length. You can make it happen effortlessly by eating
these foods that actually make your hair grow faster.
Bell peppers have nearly five and a half times more vitamin C than
oranges (341 milligrams, as opposed to 63). And vitamin C is an
antioxidant that strengthens the hair shaft and hair follicles, as
well as prevents breakage.
Avocados are an age-old beauty secret. When applied to the hair
and scalp, they have the added ability to stimulate collagen and
elastin production which is very healthy for the hair. Mix a little
avocado with sour cream which contains lactic acid to help
exfoliate dead skin and clean up buildup on the scalp. Leave it on
your hair and scalp for about ten minutes before washing off.
Eggs are an excellent source of omega-3s, and they also contain
biotin (mostly found in hair growth creams). But it’s important to
note that it’s the egg yolk that grows the hair. Eating too many
egg whites can actually block the absorption of biotin into the
body, causing a reduction of this micronutrient which can stop the
hair from growing properly.
This oily fish is loaded with vitamin D and protein which are strong
hair supporters. It also contains omega-3 fatty acids that promote
hair growth by keeping your scalp healthy.
Sweet potatoes are very rich in beta carotene that later turns to
vitamin A which does not only promote a healthy scalp but also
promotes hair growth.
These nuts will make your hair grow faster and thicker due to their
high biotin content. One cup contains nearly one-third of your daily
requirement. You will start to see the results within a month or
two of including them in your diet.
Add these foods to your diet and watch your hair transform from
short and dull to long, bright and healthy.
Source – Eventnews.com.ng