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Foods To Eat Your Way To Shinier Longer Hair


Unless insufficient, biotin supplements are unnecessary. Eat a balanced diet with biotin-rich foods like eggs, almonds, and avocados.

Folate and Iron

Iron deficiency, frequent in pregnant women, causes hair loss. Eat a spinach salad for lunch or add a cup to your morning omelet for folate and iron. 


All cells, including hair cells, need protein. A lack of keratin protein slows hair development and weakens hair strands.

Vitamin C

Collagen, made from vitamin C, keeps our hair follicles healthy and prevents split ends. Oranges, bell peppers, and tomatoes are vitamin C-rich.

Vitamin A

Cell growth means hair growth. It also produces sebum, which is necessary for a healthy scalp and hair.


Zinc boosts immunity and promotes hair development. Oysters, crab, clams, and other shellfish are zinc-rich and lean protein-rich, so visit the raw bar after work for your hair.

Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Omega-3s are hair miracles. Anti-inflammatory qualities open hair follicles and encourage hair growth.


Broccoli strengthens damaged hair, so it's your best buddy.Folate-rich broccoli aids cell division.

Sea Buckthorn

Omega-7s, beta-carotene, and vitamin C in Asian sea buckthorn encourage healthy, lustrous, beautiful strands.


Calcium helps hair and bones. Hair follicle calcium promotes cell communication and hair development. Cheese, yogurt, tofu, and cabbage are good calcium sources.

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