Focus on the foods to integrate into our diet to promote hair growth.
Having long, healthy hair is the dream of many of us. If the hair routine (shampoos, masks, oils) is of great importance, it all starts with our diet. Because like our skin, our hair is extremely receptive to what we ingest on a daily basis.
Among the top foods most beneficial for hair growth, we obviously find salmon, eggs, and avocado. Who says taking care of your hair isn't fun? You could, for example, bet on a large avocado toast, served with strips of smoked salmon (or trout), a drizzle of olive oil and lemon juice, and a soft-boiled egg.
By starting the day with such a dish, we find all the necessary contributions for hair growth, and we avoid, what is more, the sweet breakfast!
Less known than spinach, asparagus is also a great source of iron for our body. A good way to promote the growth of our hair.
Loaded with omega 3s, salmon (and much other fatty fish) greatly strengthen the hair follicle.
As eggs, they are as good to taste as they are to use as a hair mask! Composed of fatty acids, avocados stimulate the production of elastin and collagen.
People who suffer from zinc deficiency often suffer from severe hair loss. And guess who is packed with zinc (even when consumed in small amounts)? It's oyster!
Delicious and essential to our healthy eating routine, almonds above all help to thicken our hair mass! You only need to eat a dozen or so a day to see the first results appear quickly.
5 times richer in vitamin C than orange peppers, yellow peppers are rich in antioxidants. Result: reduced hair loss and mirror-effect shine.
In addition to giving you a nice tanned complexion (thank you beta-carotene), the sweet potato will promote the growth of your hair.
Eggs are naturally made up of omega 3s and biotin. They are therefore excellent for promoting hair growth when consumed and can also be used as a hair mask.
Rich in protein, chicken provides the keratin necessary for the good health of our hair.