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Laser Hair Regrowth and Foods for Healthy Hair

Laser Hair Regrowth and Foods for Healthy Hair

Long, strong hair is something that a lot of men and women dream about, yet are unable to fulfill. Perhaps your hair is dry and frizzy, which could be a sign that you aren’t eating a healthy diet.

There are several factors that influence your hair. Some of them include age, genetics and the products you use. You are also predisposed to certain hair qualities including thickness and color. But what many people fail to realize is that your diet also has an influence on the health of your hair.

By eating nutrient-rich foods, you can influence the thickness of your hair, its growth and even how silky and shiny it is. SuperGro Laser, home of the best laser hair regrowth treatment, offers the best foods for healthy hair.

Salmon

Fish like salmon, mackerel and sardines are packed with omega-3 fatty acids. Your body does not make these healthy fats, so the only way to get them is by taking supplements or eating fish. Not only does omega-3 help protect you from heart disease, but it also helps to grow your hair and it will keep it full and shiny.

Greek Yogurt

Greek yogurt is packed with protein, which just happens to be a wonderful building block for your locks. Greek yogurt is also packed with vitamin B5, which helps with blood flow to the scalp and hair growth, it might even help protect against hair thinning and hair loss.

Spinach

Spinach, as with so many other dark leafy vegetables, is full of vitamin A, folate, vitamin C, beta carotene and iron, which work together to maintain a healthy scalp and healthy hair. And for you fans of kale, it contributes to healthy hair as well.

Lean Poultry

When your body lacks protein, hair growth rests and hair will begin to fall out. Lean options of chicken and turkey are full of protein and hair healthy.

Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes are filled with the antioxidant beta carotene, which helps protect against dry and dull hair. This sweet vegetable also encourages the glands in your scalp to secrete sebum, an oily fluid that will keep your hair from drying out.

You will also find beta carotene in other orange vegetables including mangoes, cantaloupe, pumpkin and carrots.

Cinnamon

Sprinkle a little cinnamon on your toast, on your oatmeal or in your coffee to help bring oxygen and nutrients to your hair follicles.

Eggs

Serve a couple of eggs with your coffee, toast and oatmeal to ensure you are getting the recommended amount of biotin in your diet. Biotin is a B vitamin that helps strengthen hair.

Oysters

Oysters are rich in zinc. A lack of zinc could lead to hair loss. You can also find zinc in lobster, crab and beef.

Avocados

Avocados are rich in vitamin E, which improves circulation and help hair follicles work more efficiently to promote hair growth. Avocados will also help maintain proper levels of oil and PH balance when levels are out of control, they can clog hair follicles which leads to a stoppage in hair growth.

When you start regrowing hair after using our treatment, you will want to maintain a healthy diet for healthy hair. Contact SuperGro Lasers today.