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White Hair: Here Are The Foods To Eat To Limit Their Appearance

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What to eat to limit the appearance of white hair?

If many women fear the appearance of white hair, it could be that we can delay their appearance just by adopting a few foods.

White Hair: Here are The Foods to Eat to Limit Their Appearance
 

Whether we tell each other, whether we like it or not, we will end up having white hair. That's how it is, that's the cycle of life. We reassure you, that it's ultra-trendy at the moment, so even if we get older, at least we stay stylish. White hair usually arrives around the age of thirty. Before, we are not too concerned about this phenomenon. However, it seems that from our plate, we can delay their arrival. Yes, yes, we assure you. Why do you think we love to eat? Well ok, it's not just to prevent white hair, but it gives us one more excuse. So, we reveal to you what to eat to limit the appearance of white hair.

What causes white hair?

What governs the color of our skin, our hair, and our body hair, in general, is what is called melanin. This is produced by melanocytes, the cells present in our hair follicles. In Le Figaro, dermatologist Philippe Assouly explained that “as we age, these melanocytes no longer transmit pigment, they are no longer functional“. As a result, over time, our hair no longer receives melanocytes, and it turns white. However, it is possible that we have white hair, because of stress, genetics, our emotions, and our diet.

What do we eat to delay white hair?

Although inevitable, we can still delay the appearance of white hair. After all, a healthy lifestyle is kind of the secret to solving a lot of our ailments, isn't it? What we eat on a daily basis always has an impact on our physical and mental health, but also on the beauty of our skin, our hair, our nails, in short everything. So, we are far from surprised when we learn that it also has a role in white hair. To delay their arrival, you can count on vitamin B5, which is found in particular in egg yolks. Our allies will also be whole grains and their vitamin B1, vitamin E found in avocados or even vitamin B12. To have a diet rich in vitamins that will help you keep your natural color longer, we invite you to take a look at our slideshow.

What do we eat to delay white hair? | White Hair: Here are The Foods to Eat to Limit Their Appearance
 

What do we eat to delay white hair? | White Hair: Here are The Foods to Eat to Limit Their Appearance
 

What do we eat to delay white hair? | White Hair: Here are The Foods to Eat to Limit Their Appearance
 

What do we eat to delay white hair? | White Hair: Here are The Foods to Eat to Limit Their Appearance
 
Its vitamin B5 content is our ally for preserved color.

What do we eat to delay white hair? | White Hair: Here are The Foods to Eat to Limit Their Appearance
 
Rich in vitamins B12, organ meats slow down the aging of cells.

What do we eat to delay white hair? | White Hair: Here are The Foods to Eat to Limit Their Appearance
 
They will be consumed for their silicon content.

What do we eat to delay white hair? | White Hair: Here are The Foods to Eat to Limit Their Appearance
 
They are our allies thanks to their vitamin B1 or thiamine content.

What do we eat to delay white hair? | White Hair: Here are The Foods to Eat to Limit Their Appearance
 
Like white beans, we will eat them for their high silicon content.

What do we eat to delay white hair? | White Hair: Here are The Foods to Eat to Limit Their Appearance
 
It is consumed for its vitamin E, its essential fatty acids, and its trace element content which promotes the pigmentation of the hair fiber.

 
 
 
 
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17.04.2022
 
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