Summer is here! And it’s important to supplement your diet during these months (when it’s especially dry and hot outside) to maintain fresh hair. That’s why we share the following 10 foods to grow hair:
It’s a good idea to take a break from your typical hair regimen and products once in a while, because everything good over longer periods of time can be less effective and overused, even the best shampoo. So take a break for 3-4 weeks from your daily hair regimen and use a new shampoo, conditioner, etc.
Hair naturally grows an inch per month, but can contribute to the process if you eat healthy:
Eggs: Containing high levels of biotin & vitamin B-12 which are both essential to hair strength + health.
Coconut Oil: Dandruff, hair loss, + split ends relief – yes please! Coconut oil is also hydrating for those hot + dry summer months, for both your hair + nails!
Avocado: Essential oils such as vitamin E + B provides shine & promotes hair growth.
Salmon: Hydrate + make your hair shine from the omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin B-12, + iron naturally found in fatty fish.
Poultry, such as chicken: Protein promotes cell growth + repair, which will allow your hair to quickly grow stronger.
To learn more about the other 5 foods, please go to The New Potato.