Daily hair-growth foods

Hair needs iron. Hair loss from iron insufficiency. Low iron stops oxygen and nutrients from reaching hair roots and follicles, thinning strands.


Vitamin C is also needed to produce collagen, which strengthens capillaries that feed nutrients to hair shafts, promoting rapid hair development.

Citrus Fruits 

Almonds and walnuts are Omega-3 rich. Flaxseeds can be a nutritious mid-meal snack and provide needed hair fats.

 Nuts and Seeds

Biotin, iron, zinc, and B vitamins are in whole grains. Biotin promotes cell growth and helps produce amino acids (protein) needed for hair growth.

Whole grains

Carrot juice boosts hair growth. Hair is the body's fastest-growing tissue, and vitamin A is needed for cell growth.

 carrot juice

Vitamin E promotes blood circulation and helps hair follicles grow faster. It controls oil and PH levels, which can block hair follicles and impede hair growth.


Protein-packed eggs Protein makes up your hair, so eat enough of it. Eggs are high in protein, a hair building block.


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