In today’s video, we’ll talk about some of the foods that can encourage hair to grow. Is spinach a good option? What about red bell pepper? Wait a second, does this mean I can eat more yogurt? We will talk about all this AND more…
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Intro – 0:00
1. Greek Yogurt – 00:33
2. Nuts – 02:00
3. Red Bell Peppers – 02:58
4. Spinach – 03:48
5. Eggs – 05:04
6. Salmon – 06:03
7. Oysters – 07:03
8. Sunflower Seeds – 07:46
Most people love a good cup of yogurt for breakfast. It’s a tasty way to start the day. Well, now you have a new reason. Did you know selenium and iodine are two elements widely linked to hair development? Both minerals are required for the thyroid gland to operate properly, and shortages in either can result in hair loss.
Who doesn’t like crunchy nuts? They are tasty, convenient, and packed with nutrients that can assist hair development. For instance, a handful of almonds can offer about 37% of your daily vitamin E requirements.
Red Bell Peppers
If you don’t know, red bell peppers are high in vitamin C, which helps produce collagen. Vitamin C also protects hair against brittleness and breakage. While oranges are frequently thought to be the highest source of vitamin C, half of a medium-sized red bell pepper contains 158 percent of your daily needs.
I know, spinach is gross. We’ve heard this a million times before. Like it or not, spinach is terrific if you’re going through hair loss.
For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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