alt=”Kitchen aids” style=”width: 171px; height: 171px” src=”http://rddetox.com/healthyfood.jpg” width=231 height=278> One of the basic and the most important reasons of hair loss and other hair related problems is an unhealthy diet. When any part of your body does not get the amount of nutrition that it requires, it will start getting weak and sick. Just like a plant, if any of its part does not get the required amount of sunlight and water, it will wither and die eventually.
If you think that your hair all falling or they are thinning, then you need to evaluate your daily diet pattern. It is quite possible that an access of something or a lack of something in your diet is causing these problems. Most of the youngsters experience these hair problems. If we evaluate their diet pattern we will know that all they eat are junk food or processed food and there is a clear lack of fresh and healthy food. Youngsters have too much problem with fresh vegetables and dairy products or they will not like to eat meat or lentils. What they do not realize that these are required, in a balanced proportion, for a healthy mind and body.
Your hair require proper intake of water, proteins, minerals and vitamins to keep them healthy and growing. The first step to healthy hair is to quit consuming junk food or at least reduce it to the minimum level. Drink lots and lots of water which means at least 8 glasses of water in a day. Water keeps your hair hydrated and removes all the toxins from your body. You must add fatty acids to your diet. The best source of fatty acids is fish. You can eat trout, tuna, mackerel, herrings, sardines and salmon. They are also a best source of vitamin B-12 and iron. Other items that contain fatty acids are olives, seeds, nuts and avocadoes. Flaxseeds and pumpkin seeds are very healthy for hair.
Eat lots and lost of green vegetables. Green vegetables are a source of iron as well as vitamin A and C. You can eat spinach, Swiss chard and broccoli. Add beans to your diet as well. They are rich in iron, protein, zinc and biotin. Nuts are also a great source of zinc, so add that as well to your diet.
Eat poultry, eggs, whole grains and oysters in a balanced proportion. They are full of proteins and vitamins for your hair growth. Include low-fat dairy products in your diet which will provide proteins, zinc and fatty acids to your hair. Become Bugs Bunny and eat raw carrots. Carrots are a good source of vitamin A which is beneficial for both, your hair and eyes.