Today’s video will discuss five vitamins to boost hair growth.
Here are those five vitamins that you need to swear by to avoid hair fall:
1. Vitamin A
If your hair is frizzy, lackluster, and breaks with just one stroke of the hairbrush, then you must include vitamin A in your diet. Basically, vitamin A is known to produce sebum on your scalp which locks moisture and nourishes your hair to boost growth.
Best sources of vitamin A: Spinach, carrot, tomato, sweet potato, milk, eggs, mango, papaya, and watermelon.
Hair thinning points to weak hair and weak hair mean you’re likely to end up with more hair fall resulting in further thinning. Biotin or B vitamin is one of the best vitamins when it comes to your tresses.
3. Vitamin C
Vitamin C not just boosts your overall immune system but it also keeps a check on free radicals that hamper the growth of your hair. If you eat a diet that is rich in vitamin C then the antioxidants in it will keep scalp problems at bay while also eradicating free radicals and reducing hair loss.
4. Vitamin D
The deficiency of vitamin D can also lead to alopecia. In women, it is commonly known as female pattern hair loss. According to a study, vitamin D receptors help in the formation of new hair follicles which lead to the growth of new hair strands. Due to this, the bald patch resumes hair growth.
Best sources of vitamin D: Egg yolk, fish (salmon), mushrooms, oats, soy milk, and tofu.
5. Vitamin E
Vitamin E works almost on similar lines as vitamin C. This one is also rich in antioxidants and helps in reducing oxidative stress and hair fall.
Best sources of vitamin E: Spinach, broccoli, almonds, hazelnuts, peanuts, wheat germ oil, mango, and kiwi.
So, ladies, pledge to include these vitamins in your daily diet because when you can fix your hair problems with food, why try anything else?
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