Do Healthy Foods Fight Hair Loss?

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Since the first month of pregnancy and even after giving birth to your child, you have been watching your hair fall out and worrying.

Whilst you understand that the hormonal changes accompanying pregnancy and childbirth are the reason; are you looking for a constructive, natural treatment plan to fix it?

No need to panic; you already have the natural vitamins for healthy hair in your kitchen.

  • You can use the “powerful” spinach for your hair loss after birth. Like most dark-green vegetables, it contains an arsenal of vitamins A and C, in addition to iron and beta-carotene. It also nourishes your scalp and hair follicles.
  • Eat yoghurt. It is rich in protein and vitamin B5, which are part of the makeup of a number of shampoos and other hair care products.
  • Any decrease in protein slows the growth of new hair; here, you may choose to benefit from the protein present in poultry and turkey because they contain less saturated fat than other meats.
  • You may also rely on cinnamon sticks, a spice that can stimulate circulation, which delivers nutrients to hair follicles. Add a cinnamon stick to your morning tea to include more cinnamon to your diet.
  • We also advise that you add sweet potatoes to your diet, as they are rich in beta-carotene, which helps to moisturize dry hair.
  • Concentrate, too, on regularly adding eggs to your meals; they contain biotin, the lack of which leads to continued hair loss long after you have given birth.
  • Eat guava, a tasty tropical fruit that is grown in most Arab countries; it is a reservoir of vitamin C, which protects your hair from split ends.
  • Choose seafood, specifically salmon and tuna. They are rich in healthy fats and omega 3, which makes this a helpful beauty trick that will restore your hair to its former shine.

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