A healthy and balanced diet is essential for healthy, strong and long hair.
- What do you think of the growth vitamins?
Here is a question that was asked to me a few months ago.
I think these vitamins are a dream seller. Being the type to take pills only when I'm against drugs bought without medical supervision.
Not only do these vitamins not guarantee me an unwanted growth of hair (on the face for example) but in addition it is possible to overdose which would destroy the expected results.
I believe that regular external care with the right products and a healthy diet is the key to having amazing hair!
Knowing that these vitamins are in most of the foods we have available, I don't see the point of gaining 1 cm with these vitamins when some Kaylabelles have gained 6 cm in 2 months thanks to the challenges!
A healthy and balanced diet is essential to maintain healthy and strong hair growth.
Be careful, it is not a question of buying all the foods listed below, but simply when you do your shopping, you will know what are the benefits of the foods that you put in your basket.
Here are some great foods that contain vitamins, minerals, and protein to add to your diet.
- Vitamin A (retinol) promotes strong hair growth. It is abundant in carrots, salad, corn, kale, spinach, chickpeas, apricots, mango and melon.
- Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) helps transfer iron to the scalp. It is found in citrus fruits and almost all fruits and vegetables.
- Vitamin E protects hair follicles, stimulates the scalp and strengthens hair. It is contained in oils of sunflower, olive, safflower, avocado, blackcurrant, peppers, herring, salmon, rye, chickpeas, sesame and almonds.
- Vitamin B3 (niacin) has a positive effect on cell renewal when absorbed internally. Foods that contain it are: apricots, bananas, tomatoes, rye, barley, buckwheat, sesame, peanuts, meat, herring and salmon.
- Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) promotes good blood circulation to the scalp and optimal absorption of nutrients. It is found in sunflower seeds, shiitake mushrooms, yeast, rye, millet and avocados.
- Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) plays an important role in graying hair. It is found in calf's liver, potatoes, bananas, lentils and spinach.
* Be careful, we can easily be deficient with smoking, alcohol, certain drugs or a diet high in protein.
- Vitamin B7 (biotin) strengthens the hairline and fights hair loss. It is in egg yolks, milk, oats, yeast, cucumbers and almonds.
- Vitamin B9 (folic acid) promotes cell regeneration and therefore has the great mission of participating in hair renewal. It's in red beans, spinach, lentils, asparagus, avocados, broccoli, papayas, mangoes, oranges, bananas, yeast, rye, chickpeas.
- Copper promotes iron absorption, prevents thin and brittle hair and improves hair structure. It is mainly found in organ meats, sesame seeds, nuts, lentils, peas and beans.
- Iron promotes the growth of hair roots. It is found in liver, yeast, quinoa, rye, chickpeas, sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, and tomatoes.
- Zinc is an essential trace element which protects and takes care of the scalp, promotes hair growth and the formation of new follicles. It is primarily in lentils, mushrooms, nuts, pecans, rye, chickpeas, tomatoes, and cheeses.
- Protein (Very important because you know frizzy hair needs a hydration / protein balance) forms the basis of keratin. They are found in potatoes, grains, soybeans, eggs, cheese, meat, and fish.
Drink smoothies to fill up on vitamins and follow us on the networks to see the future boosted herbal teas that are good for health and hair that we will post.
Also remember that lKaylabé products are not diluted, composed of 100% active ingredients, they contain the vitamins, proteins and moisturizers necessary to pamper your hair.
So no, you don't need growth vitamins!