Hair Nourishment Diet for Grey Hair

 

 

For healthy hair following vital nutrition is essential .

a) Vitamin A - vitamin A is necessary for promoting a healthy scalp and gives body and glow to your hair.

b) Vitamin B – vitamin B regulates the secretion of oil, keeps hair healthy & moisturized.

c) Minerals – minerals like zinc, iron & copper promote healthy hair. Food sources: zinc – red meat, chicken & green vegetables; iron – beef,red meat, parsley, eggs,; copper – seafood, egg yolk & whole grains.

d) Proteins – consuming more of protein gives your hair natural shine and good texture.

 

Food which contains these nutrition

 

  1. Eat foods rich in iron, minerals and vitamin A and B. Vitamin A - dark green vegetables & yellow fruits.

 

Vitamin B - fresh green leafy vegetables, bananas, tomatoes, cauliflower, cereals, liver kidney, yogurt, yeast and wheat germ. Minerals -

 

a) zinc - red meat, dried apricots ,chicken & green vegetables b) iron - beef, dried apricots, red meat, parsley, eggs, wheat & sunflower seeds c) copper - sunflower seeds, cashews, almonds, crabs and oysters, egg yolk & whole grains.

 

  1. Eat food rich in protein as sprouted whole grains, cereals, meat and so
  2. Eat foods rich in iodine such as banana, carrots and fish.
  3. Drink butter milk with a 2 teaspoons each of yeast and wheat germ . This will prevent and cure greying of hair.
  4. Grate some fresh ginger and mix with honey and keep it in a jar. Take intake of 1 teaspoon everyday.

 

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2 Responses to Hair Nourishment Diet for Grey Hair

  1. Max Steve says:

    I don’t want to take a dig at the writer; But before recommending thing’s like:

    crabs and oysters- How many Indians can actually buy them oysters …lol
    yeast and wheat germ – Seriously … Does author has ever seen those products in anywhere on indian market shelf? How much they cost packing etc.
    And what kind of yeast? there are numerous types, and do author realised what a “2 teaspoons each of yeast” can do to a person. and in what portion of butter milk?

    Just copy-pasting info from Google search results neither going to do any good to you as a writer nor any good to a reader.

    Max

    • archana says:

      Hi MAx,
      Thanks for posting your ideas and concerns as it means you have commitment for your health and at the same time concerned about other visitors too.
      here is my answer :
      Crabs are widely used as part of diet in Eastern and north eastern part of India and oysters are available as sea food in costal regions of India, and above all this article addresses the subject irrespective of location and is meant for visitors from all parts of the world .

      Wheat germ is slightly germinated wheat which can be made by soaking wheat overnight , and wheat is available in abundance in India and its rural areas .

      About yeast , take edible yeast and take small quantity of it and that’s why its mentioned teaspoon not tablespoon .

      Thanks

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