One of the easiest ways to get your hair to grow faster is to make sure that you’re getting the right nutrients and vitamins from your food. Hair growth is a sign of hair health, and our hair can’t be healthy if we aren’t feeding it properly.
Protein is essential for hair growth since it is a building block of hair. If you aren’t getting enough protein, your hair may stay in its “resting phase” without moving on to the “growing phase.” Protein rich foods include chicken, salmon, chicken, beans and eggs. You can also take a protein supplement if you’re finding it difficult to meet your dietary requirements via food.
Another nutrient that is vital to hair growth and health is iron. Studies have shown that a diet high in iron can maximize hair growth in a hair loss patient. According to a study by Measure Evaluation, 8-10 % of women are anemic or iron deficient. A simple blood test can determine your iron levels. Foods that are rich in iron include beef, pork, seafood and dark leafy greens like spinach.
You will also want to eat foods that are naturally high in biotin such as eggs, avocados and sunflower seeds. Check out the list of seven foods that will make your hair grow faster.
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