Minerals For the Hair

The health of our hair directly depends upon what we eat. The essential mineral contents in the food improve the overall body function. Without minerals, it is totally impossible to have a beautiful and healthy hair. Just by incorporating some mineral-rich food in our regular diet, our hair will look the top and remain strong.

Copper: Copper is essential in retaining the color of the hair and also prevents in hair loss. Fresh green leafy vegetables are rich sources of copper and daily inclusion of these food items helps in the health of the hair and stops hair fall.

Sulfur: It is one of the main components of the hair follicles and the inclusion of sulfur in the daily regime helps in the thickening of the hair strands and in making it strong.

Potassium: Potassium helps in the strengthening of the hair increasing the stimulation and circulation of blood in the root of the hair. Bananas, avocados, raisins and figs are rich in potassium and help in the strengthening of the hair follicles.

Magnesium: Magnesium works very closely with calcium and is responsible for a strong and healthy hair. Green vegetables, fish and nuts are the food items that are rich in magnesium. Salad is a useful way of having magnesium in the daily diet.

Iodine: Iodine plays a vital role in the combating of the loss of the hair. Iodine is a must for a thick and healthy hair. Kelp, yogurt, strawberries, boiled eggs, cow’s milk are the rich sources of iodine and one should intake these food items as a part of their daily diet.

Zinc, iron and trace mineral silica also plays a significant role in combating hair problems and diseases.

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