Plaintiff Foods Hair Loss

Plaintiff Foods Hair Loss

Thinning hair is a horrible thing for women. Not only have external treatment, food intake is also important guarded. If you start to see hair loss, hair piled on the floor, pillow, or a water hole in the bathroom, you should start trying mengasup foods that strengthen and protect your scalp. Here are a few:

Fish, eggs, and nuts
The main content of hair is protein. Therefore, try eating protein will be helpful for healthy hair. However, that does not mean you can eat high protein foods as they please regardless of other content. Steak, for example, is rich in protein, but also high in fat. High fat will increase testosterone levels. This is believed to cause hair loss. So, the steak is food that should be avoided for no more hair loss. Pick enough protein foods, like fish-ikanan (which also has other content that are good for the body), chicken, veal liver, low-fat cheese, eggs, almonds, seeds, and yogurt. Soy milk and tofu is also a good food additive because it is rich in protein and low in bad fats.

Raisins
Iron plays an important role in producing hemoglobin, the part of blood that carries oxygen to all organs and tissues. When hemoglobin is in a healthy level, oxygen is distributed properly. This means you get your scalp healthy blood flow and will stimulate and build healthy hair. Adding iron in the diet does not mean you should eat liver every day. You can add sweet foods, such as raisins and cherry juice, rich in iron.

Eggs, dates, raisins, dark green leafy vegetables, whole grains and cereals are also rich in iron. Vitamin C helps iron absorption, which can be obtained from oranges, strawberries, and lemon.

Bean sprouts
Our bodies use a substance called silica (not silica gel for absorbing moisture in the bag) to absorb vitamins and minerals. If the body lacks silica, vitamin every day that you enter will not be useful. Silica can be obtained from the bean sprouts, cucumber skin, red and green peppers, and potatoes.

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