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Title: 10 kinds of food are good for the hair
Post by: emilyliu009 on Thu Jun 22, 2017 - 01:53:39
10 kinds of food are good for the hair
1 salmon (salmon)
Salmon is rich in W-3 fatty acids, high quality proteins, vitamin B-12 and iron ions. Among them, "W-3 fatty acids are essential ingredients to keep the scalp health, Losangeles nutritionist, a spokesman for the American Dietetic Association, master of public health Andrew said," the lack of W-3 fatty acids in dry scalp, the hair will look dull." How do you vegetarian? Daily edible linseed 1-2 tablespoons rich in W-3 fatty acids have the same effect, is still beneficial for the health of your hair.
2 mussels
The aphrodisiac effect of mussels may be more famous than its hair care function. The two effects are based on mussels, which are rich in zinc - a powerful antioxidant(newlytoupee.com). If you can't eat mussels regularly, don't worry. You can also get enough zinc from beef and mutton, in addition to the whole grain, nuts and nuts.
3 、 dark green vegetables
Spinach is the first choice. If you don't like spinach, broccoli and Tang Woju (beets) are also a good choice. Spinach is the best source of vitamin A and vitamin C, these two vitamins are essential components of synthetic fat, and hair follicles secretion of oil, is a natural conditioner. Dark green vegetables also provide iron and calcium.
4 carrots
Carrots are a good source of vitamin A, vitamin A can promote healthy growth of the scalp, and effectively maintain normal vision. Scalp health is a must for hair polish, so it's wise to add carrots to salads.
5, beans
Beans, on their hair really useful? The answer is yes, such as beans, beans and lentils, is an important part of a healthy diet hair. They provide not only protein rich in hair growth, but also iron, zinc, and biotin, which can make hair brittle and broken. Brand, another spokesman for the American Dietetic Association, recommends 3-4 cups of lentils a week.