The 10 Best Foods For Your Hair

We’re sure you don’t wear polyester hair either, but even if you do, it’s still pretty useful to know what to eat for hair health. We chatted with our favorite stylist – Sally Hershberger’s Chris Lospalluto – who’s always telling us how to practice beauty from the inside out when it comes to haircare. Eating to look good? We’re always on board with that…

1. Avocados: Key Ingredients are Vitamin E and B – The killer combo for overall shine.

2. Salmon: Key Ingredients are omega-3, Vitamin B-12 and iron – The fatty acids provide a high-quality protein source. The vitamins and iron support a healthy scalp, curing dry scalp and dull looking hair.

3. Dark Green Vegetables (Spinach, Swiss Chard, Broccoli etc.): Key ingredients are Vitamins A and C; they’re needed to produce sebum, an oily substance secreted by hair follicles. It’s the body’s natural hair conditioner.

4. Beans: Key ingredients are protein, iron, zinc and biotin— They can naturally help rid brittleness in hair.

5. Nuts (Walnuts, Brazil Nuts, Cashews, Almonds, Pecans etc.): Key ingredients are selenium, omega 3 fatty acids, and zinc which are good to prevent alpha-linolenic acid-deficiencys, which can lead to hair shredding, brittleness and dry scalp.

6. Eggs: Key ingredients are biotin and vitamin b-12

7. Coconut Oil: It aids in dandruff relief, split ends and possible hair loss reduction.

8. Flaxseed: Key ingredient is plant based omega 3 fatty acids, which help with dry scalp and dull hair.

9. Poultry: Key ingredient is protein—helps overall strength of hair strands.

10. Oysters: Key ingredient is zinc – which helps with strength and gets rid of brittleness.

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