10 vegetables that are vital for hair health and reduce hair fall

Researches around the world have proved that hair health and regrowth does have a direct connection with the food intake. Choice of food determines the level of certain vitamins and minerals in the body which contribute in keeping your hair healthy and shiny.

Check out the 10 best natural sources of B-vitamins, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Iron, Silica etc.—important for hair health. Even if you wear hairpieces as cover-ups, you should eat these in plenty to reduce hair thinning and balding issues.

One should buy in bulk and consume daily since eggplants contain the whole gamut of B vitamins, vital for reducing hair fall. Besides, it has got antioxidants and keep lipid profiles in check.

Dieticians all over the world consider carrot as one of the cheapest natural sources of Vitamin A. This very vitamin fights dry scalp, improves hair growth and takes care of your eyes as well.

This too tops the chart in terms of its contribution to hair health. Iron deficiency is a chief reason behind excessive hair fall. Spinach is not only rich in iron, it’s a repository of nutrients like Vitamin A, C, Potassium, Calcium, Omega-3 and protein.

Sweet Potatoes
This tasty vegetable is rich in Beta-carotene which the body converts into Vitamin A, vital for hair health, as we have mentioned already.

Apart from shopping this vegetable to curve out wonderful jack-o-lanterns, do shop this one throughout the year and keep it in your daily diet. This too is rich in Vitamin A and Beta-carotene.

Snap beans
Also known as string beans, this very vegetable should be kept in daily diet for sure. It’s contains a number of B vitamins and beta-carotene. But most of all, this is one of the few vegetable sources of Silica.
This trace mineral is much like oxygen. No living organism can sustain without Silica. It improves blood flows to the scalp, keeps it healthy enough for hair growth and strengthens hair strands, reducing shedding.

These are rich in Vitamin B-1, B-5 and B-6, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Magnesium, Potassium, Iron and Manganese. All put together cabbages are good sources of nutrients that take care of hair and scalp. So, you should keep broccolis, kales and cauliflowers in your daily diet.

Red Bell Peppers
Recent researches have revealed that Vitamin C content of one red bell pepper is three times higher than that of an orange. This vitamin is very vital for absorption of iron in the body and iron deficiency leads to damaged and brittle hair.

Its high Zinc content makes it one of the important vegetables so far as hair health is concerned. It helps in cell reproduction and tissue growth, overall. Its deficiency can result in dandruffs and consequent hair loss.

You should always keep it in a number of recipes since it’s one of the fewest sources of vegetable protein. One half-cup of peas contains three and half grams of Protein and Protein mends fragile hair.

So, apart from spending on specially crafted 100% Remy Human hair custom hair systems, you should also spend on these vegetables so that you can at least stop hair shedding.