There are some major factors that influence your hair - genetics, age, hormones, nutrient deficiencies, and more - but what you eat is one of the few things you can do to control your hair’s behavior.

The benefits of tangerines affect your hair in two big ways: Its vitamin C content makes it easier for your body to absorb iron. The vitamin B12 in tangerines promotes hair growth, reduces hair loss, and slows down the graying process.


Almond butter contains a wide variety of nutrients—including protein, healthy fats, and certain vitamins - that have all been linked to hair health. Pistachios have been linked to helping with male pattern baldness, cashews have biotin, and walnuts contain oils that add to the amount of elastin in your hair.


Oats are rich in iron, fiber, zinc, omega-3 fatty acids and polyunsaturated fatty acids, which stimulate hair growth, making it thick and healthy.


Eggs are packed with a B vitamin called biotin, which helps hair grow and strengthens brittle fingernails.


Black soybean has high protein and low heat properties.


Shiitake mushrooms are rich in copper, as well as seaweed and sesame seeds.


Black sesame contains a lot of fat and protein, as well as sugar, vitamin A, vitamin E. It can Black and thick hair.


Spinach is rich in carotenoids, vitamin C, vitamin K, and minerals.


Without sufficient dietary protein, hair essentially goes on strike.

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