The most common causes of hair loss we see everyday of our lives. Conditions caused by factors such as genetics, age, traction, medical. Other common causes can be attributed to hormones and nutrient deficiencies. Male and female pattern hair loss is genetic. We inherit the hair loss gene for family members. On either side of the family tree. This hair loss is progressive in nature. Often following a similar pattern to others in the family. But what you eat is one of the few things you can do to control your hair’s appearance.
Hair Doctor and a European FUE Hair Transplant Specialist Dr Artur Kierach is a keen advocate of healthy eating for healthy hair. During his consultation process he needs to break down the potential causes of your hair loss condition. They often vary between his male and female patients. Dr Kierach makes the point to all his patients that maintaining a good healthy head of hair is an important step. No point to restore your hair with a hair transplant if the quality is not maintained.
We´ve all heard the saying having a “bad hair day”. Often caused by late nights, over doing it a little. Not eating well and generally not looking after ourselves. Our hair suffers. It acts as a barometer for the well-being of our body. The hair can be limp and lifeless, occasionally more lank or oily. If the symptoms persist the hair can become finer and break. Causing split ends and generally unhealthy looking hair.
Before rushing the the local pharmacist or like shop. To purchase cosmetic products. Consider a natural options. That can not only help your hair but also your body at the same time. You already use some of these items anyway. All it means is becoming a little more conscious of what you eat. To help maintain a healthier head of hair.
By eating nutrient-rich foods you can avoid causes any more damage to your growing hair. Here are a few choices you can make in your diet. Proven to help promote healthy hair growth. Dr Kierach always stresses the point to consult a professional before altering your diet in a major way. Especially if deciding to add supplements into your diet.
Brazil nuts are an excellent source of selenium. A mineral that may help boost hair growth. The recommended upper limit for selenium in adults is 400 micrograms (mcg). One brazil nut offers 68–91 mcg.
The vitamin C content in tangerines make sit easier for the body to absorb iron. This benefit alone can affect your hair in a big way. Iron is found in foods like red meat and spinach. Vitamin C foods will only help your body absorb that iron even more.
Salmon is a source of omega-3 fatty acids. They can help if you have inflammation that’s causing hair shedding. Some other sources of omega-3s include walnuts, chia seeds, and flax seeds. Salmon is also one food that helps the body process insulin more efficiently.
Eggs are full of biotin. A B vitamin. Which is widely considered to help hair grow better and strengthen nails. Eggs a a very good source of Vitamin D also. To help your hair grow stronger and have a better shine. Other good sources of biotin include almonds, avocados, and salmon.