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Natural Hair Loss Treatment Ingredients to Try

by on October 2, 2014 in Hair Loss Treatment

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Whether you’re up to prevention or cure of excessively falling locks, there is no need to look far and wide and spend a lot on chemical products. Although other factors affect the health of your mane (such as vices, hormonal imbalances, and stress), a proper diet still can give you leverage in taking better care of your locks. Sometimes, the best hair loss treatments are found at home. Here are a few of them that you may incorporate in your next meal, and perhaps make it your favorite!

Salmon

salmon

The hair shaft is made up of Omega-3 fatty acids, an important nutrient needed to grow hair. Since this nutrient is not produced naturally by the body, it would need supplements from protein and vitamin D-rich foods such as salmon, as salmon have the greatest amount of Omega-3 fatty acids.

Aside from the hair strands, Omega-3 fatty acids are also found in your scalp’s cell membranes, and is also contained in the natural oils that keep your hair hydrated.

Walnuts

walnuts

Walnuts also provide a significant amount of Omega-3 fatty acids. Other than that, these nuts also provide you with enough amounts of biotin and Vitamin E, both important in protecting your locks against sun and DNA damage, as too little biotin is a significant contributor to hair loss. Note that walnuts also contain copper – important to keep your natural hair color rich and lustrous!

Oysters

oysters

Oysters may serve as a good hair loss treatment as it contains large amounts of zinc, the nutrient that your body needs to nourish hair, as lack of zinc can lead to hair loss. Aside from oysters, zinc can be found in cereals and products made of whole grain. Oysters also provide protein; used to recreate new hair for the strands you shed every day. Lack of protein and zinc makes your hair look dry, brittle, flaky, and weak.

Sweet Potatoes

sweet potato

Sweet potatoes are a great source of beta carotene that is converted by the body into Vitamin A, which then helps produce the oils and protect the scalp. Lack of Vitamin A may lead to dandruff.

Eggs

eggs

Eggs have not only one, but four key minerals: zinc, selenium, sulfur, and iron, not to mention it also is filled with protein. Iron is important among these as it helps bring oxygen to the hair follicles, and too little iron in the system causes hair to fall out.

Spinach and Lentils

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These foods include iron, beta carotene, folate, and vitamin C (in spinach) as well as protein, iron, zinc, and biotin (for lentils), that help keep hair follicles healthy and scalp oils circulating.

Like every part of your body, the components of your hair rely on the nutrition given by a healthy, balanced diet. The key to strong, vibrant hair is in what you eat. Although different from the skin, the damage brought by poor nutrition to your hair may take months, although this shouldn’t be an excuse for you not to start taking care of your hair ASAP. The natural hair loss treatments found in the nutrients you eat help nourish your hair follicle as well as the scalp that surrounds it. Remember, a healthier scalp and follicles lead to healthier locks.

 

About InnovaDerma™
Headquartered in London and with fully owned subsidiaries in Australia, Philippines, New Zealand and Hong Kong, InnovaDerma™ is one of the fastest growing company offering clinically proven and highly effective products for male and female hair loss sufferers globally under its brand Leimo® along with an increasing range of products for hair care and clinically proven devices for body contouring and skincare including TriPollar Stop &TriPollar Pose.

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