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6 Organic Foods that will give you the healthy hair you desire!

Achieving the hair you desire involves more then just getting a trim and using good shampoos/ conditioners. What you eat can have a huge impact on the health and strength of your hair. You might be asking yourself, What foods should I be eating more of? and What vitamins or proteins should I be looking for in my foods? Well when looking for foods that will improve your hair, you will want to look for ones that contain high amounts of omega 3, Iron, as well as Vitamins C, B and A. By taking in good portions of these nutrients daily it will help with hair growth, shine, thickness and overall strength! To help you out we have 6 foods listed below that are high in those proteins/ vitamins and will improve your hair quality drastically!


1. Salmon

Salmon is an excellent source of protein! By including salmon in your diet it will prove to restore shine and health to not only your hair but also your scalp. It is full of rich omega 3 fatty acids which help strengthen your hair strands and also keep your scalp moisturized and nourished. Salmon has also contributed in the help of reducing hair loss and by nourishing the scalp it also helps with dandruff.



2. Spinach

Spinach is an essential food to help promote hair growth! being fully enriched with Iron and vitamins A and C it increases the nutrients in your hair which will boost your hair growth! If you have fine hair that just wont seem to grow, incorporate good amounts of spinach into your food routine and it will improve the thickness and length of your hair immensely.





3. Berries

Berries are packed with beneficial compounds and vitamins. One vitamin berries are loaded with is vitamin C, which contains strong antioxidant properties. These Antioxidants can not only actually help protect your Hair follicles from damage and harmful molecules but it can also promote hair growth as well! Berries are great for your hair and your over all health so make sure to eat at least a hand full a day.



4. Avocado

Avocados contain an abundant amount of moisturizing proteins and nutrients. By eating avocado or by putting it directly onto your hair and scalp, your body will absorb the fatty acids. These fatty acids/ natural oil contained in avocado will help to revive moisture, shine and strength back into your hair and scalp. If you have dry, brittle hair and dry itchy scalp avocado is the must need food for you.





5. Guava fruit

Another food that will boost your hair growth is the Guava fruit. It is full of vitamins that help increase the strength of your hair strands and the length. Just like berries Guava fruit is packed full of vitamin C.





6. Sweet potatoes

These potatoes drastically help with the produce of sebum, which is a natural oil produced from the sebaceous glad beneath your scalp. This sebum oil is used to coat your hair to stay moisturized and also keep the over all integrity of you hair healthy. sweet potatoes contain beta-carotene which when broken down turns into vitamin A. These are a must to gain that natural silky smooth hair.





Natural treatments


Make your own hair mask for a deep, nourishing treatment every two weeks. Whisk an egg yolk and mix with half a mashed avocado and a spoonful of honey. Massage onto damp, clean hair and leave for 30 minutes before rinsing thoroughly. (Source: bbcgoodfood)



" Just like skin, the condition of your hair is an outward sign of inside health. The cells that make up each strand of hair require a regular supply of key nutrients."



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