Everything we eat leaves a broad impact on our health, and that shows on our nails, skin, hair, and nails. Natural vitamins are greatly recommended and are more important than anything we can buy at any pharmacist’s or in any beauty/hair salon.
For every one of us there comes a time when we begin to wonder what the best and most efficient way to help our organism get healthier is. It helps our visible features get improved as well.
What are those particular vitamins that make your hair grow faster or stronger? Here is a short list of examples and recommendations. A balanced diet and physical activity are just as important.
Vitamin A (beta-carotene)
Vitamin A is a vital element for both your hair and eyes. It also helps in preventing some skin infections and prevents the skin from getting dry and old. The same goes for your hair. It is very important for the blood flow to be normal and for the blood to have enough oxygen and the sufficient intake of vitamin A is a great help. This way there’ll be enough ‘food’ for your hair roots, and everything starts there.
Natural vitamin A sources are: fish oil, beef or cod liver, carrots, milk, butter, sea buckthorn, egg yolk, vegetables and fruits of orange, red and yellow colors
Vitamin B complex
This is a vitamin complex that helps your organism fight against gray hairs. The more of this complex your organism gets, the later your hair ‘grows old.’
Vitamin B insufficiency is a cause for many different types of dermatitis, and the whole has bad hair and hair loss as an outcome.
Vitamin B1 (thiamin)
Natural vitamin B1 sources are dry yeast, whole wheat, oatmeal, legumes, pork, most vegetables, bran, milk, liver, nuts, rye bread, eggs, and green peas.
Vitamin B9 (folic acid)
Natural vitamin B9 sources are dark green vegetables with leaves, liver, egg yolk, raw cereals, yeast, cottage cheese, cheese and fish.
Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin)
Natural vitamin B12 sources are liver, fish, poultry, cottage cheese, lean meat, milk, cheeses, and by-product.
Combination of vitamin C and proteins is crucial for collagen production, and it helps both your skin and hair regain and keep their elasticity. It regulates sebum production which is one of the most important factors for having a healthy head skin and hair.
Natural vitamin C sources are: green vegetables, tomatoes, cabbage, lemon, oranges, grapefruit, kiwi, all sorts of berries, dog rose hips, sweet and sour cherries
Sufficient intake of the E vitamin prevents your skin from getting dry and helps you fight against dandruff. It is absolutely impossible to have beautiful hair if you have dandruff.
Natural vitamin E sources are: cereals, milk, sea food, broccoli, butter, egg yolk, olives, soy and soy products, hazelnuts, walnuts, natural plant oils
These are some of the most often used foods that contain vitamins that make your hair grow healthier above all. Healthy food habits are most important for whichever aspect of your health you can think of.