Herbal Supplements For Hair
bud • onHealth & Beauty 8 years ago • 3 min read

More and more people in America are taking to lifestyle changes and natural treatments as cure for their ailments. The dramatic increase in baldness in the population of Japan after World War II clearly demonstrates that the prevalence of baldness can be influenced by diet and lifestyle. It is believed that increased saturated fat intake, decrease in aerobic exercise and general 'westernization' has been responsible for a dramatic increase in incidence of male pattern baldness in the Japanese population.

A healthy and balanced diet, low in fat and high in fiber, fresh fruit, and vegetables can have a major role in inhibiting hair loss associated with aging and genetics. Some of the herbal nutrition supplements and some fruits which contain antioxidants serve as natural medications for hair loss.

All or some of the herbal and nutritional supplements described below are an integral part of male Hair Growth Products. The properties of some herbal nutrition supplements and some other nutrition supplements as hair loss treatments are discussed below:

Basic Hair Problems and the Nutritional Remedies

People often complain of dry, dull, brittle and gloss-less hair. If the hair is not getting regular dosages of proper nutrition from both inside and outside, it loses health. Its needs the following nutritional supplements.

Vitamin A and Vitamin B-complex: These are important for color, hair shine and growth. Adding variation (not junk foods/fast foods) to the daily food fulfills the requirement of these essential vitamins. Add fruits, bright orange and dark green leafy vegetables, whole grains, lean meats, poultry, fish, organ meats, beans and eggs to your diet.

Vitamin E: It gives the shine of healthiness to the hair. Vitamin E-rich foods to your diet includes nuts, seeds, vegetable oil, wheat germ, soybeans and leafy greens.

Essential Fatty Acids: Essential fats, such as omega-3 fats, improve hair texture and prevent dryness. Flaxseed, fatty fish such as salmon and sardines, hemp oils, walnuts and almonds supplement the requirement of vitamin E for better hair restoration.

Silica: Shine, beauty and strength comes with balanced silica rich food like whole grains, vegetables such as potatoes, green and red peppers, cucumbers, and sprouts, horsetail extract and herbal teas.

Proteins: These are the building blocks of your body, not to mention of your hair also. Protein provides strength and reduces the breakage and splitting. Fish, poultry, lean meat, eggs, turkey, legumes and soya are better compliments for a protein rich diet.

Zinc: Zinc helps in building hair protein and stimulates hair growth. Meat, eggs, seafood, whole grains, wheat germ, nuts, seeds and beans make for enough zinc in your diet.

Biotin: Deficiency of biotin is a major cause of hair loss. Brewer’s yeast, brown rice, bulgur, oats, soybeans, sunflower seeds, green peas, lentils, and walnuts fulfill biotin demand for better hair health.

Vitamins C and E: Both vitamins improve scalp circulation. Citrus fruits, berries, melon, tomatoes, peppers, oils, nuts and seeds are rich in vitamin C and E.

Used overseas in Europe for years, Alphactif Nutritif debuted in the U.S. in 2009 as a hair loss supplement for men and women. Although the U.S. FDA does not endorse any nutritional supplement to cure diseases, illnesses or medical conditions, this supplement is considered safe as directed. These pills contain a combination of vitamins, minerals, proteins and cartilage to reduce hair loss.The vitamin contains vitamins A and B complex, which are complemented with the minerals zinc, copper and selenium.

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