Most of the people lose hair for many frustrating reasons such as deficiency of vitamins, underlying illness and even for genetic reasons. Depending on type and individuals some vitamins may work better for one and some for others. Applying all available medical treatments when you fail, then you may suppose to apply some vitamins for hair growth.
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7 Best and Effective Vitamins For Hair Growth
Also known as Vitamin H and B7. It works for hair growth, prevents brittle, and fragile hair. Fishes such as salmon, tuna, sardine and pork are the best sources of Vitamin H and B7. Moreover, there are many other foods such as fruits (raspberries, bananas, peanuts, walnuts, almonds and pecans), grains, mushrooms and so on.
2. Vitamin C
Lack of vitamin C in your diet may result dry or splitting hair although vitamin C is not directly associate with the hair damage. But deficiency of vitamin C may responsible for hair loss and other hair-related issues. You can eat different vitamin C rich fruits like berries, mango, green peppers, oranges etc. to recover vitamin C for your healthy hair.
3. Vitamin D
Several studies have found that, Vitamin D is very crucial for the growth of hair and hair balding process. Vitamin D also contributes hair re-growth. Day’s first sunlight is the best ever natural source of Vitamin D. It can be found in sea fishes and other foods like eggs, fortified milk, liver and so on.
4. Vitamin E
Vitamin E mainly works for the heart health but it has some other use for hair health. It works as a vital nutrient for the hair growth both internally and externally. The vitamin E helps growing capillaries that improve circulation. It’s thought that improved circulation may prevent hair loss. Different green veggies, corns and gains are the best sources of Vitamin E.
5. Vitamin B12
Inadequate B-12 or other B vitamins in your diet may cause hair loss and impedes the normal hair growth. Vitamin B is a must in your daily diets for healthy hair. The natural sources of ‘B12’ are – Clams, Oysters, Liver, Caviar (Fish Eggs), Fish, Crab and Lobster, Beef, Mutton, Eggs, Cheese and so on.
6. Iron (Minerals)
Low iron, iron depletion, iron deficiency causes hair fall and damage. There are a lot of common foods that contain plenty of minerals. You can eat dark green leafy veggies, whole grains, soybeans, lentils, and so on to get essential iron.
The lack of Zinc may cause hair shedding, hair breakage, and slow hair growth. Zinc promotes the reproduction of cells, growth of tissues, and repair of broken tissues. It also keeps your eyes on the oil-secreting glands that are attached to your hair follicle. Different meats, eggs, liver, mushrooms, poultry, whole grains etc. are the great sources of Zinc.
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