Spinach is nutrient-dense, containing iron, folate, vitamin c, magnesium, and potassium.
Eggs contain protein and biotin, which prevent hair loss. Protein forms hair's structural proteins collagen and keratin. Biotin deficiency causes hair loss.
Soybeans, tofu, edamame, tempeh, and soybean oil contain genistein, which increases alopecia resistance.
Vitamin A improves hair and skin health by increasing sebum production, which nourishes and moisturizes hair and scalp.
Avocados have hair-growing fats. They're an energy-dense, nutrient-dense food, meaning they have many calories and nutrients.
Salmon, mackerel, herring, sardines, and other fatty fish contain omega-3 fatty acids. Essential fatty acids reduce hair loss, research shows.
Essential fatty acids, vitamin E, zinc, and magnesium are found in all nuts. Walnuts are rich in vitamin E, a healthy cell membrane antioxidant.
Red peppers are especially rich in vitamin C. This nutrient neutralizes free radicals in your body to prevent oxidative cell damage and premature aging.
Sunflower, pumpkin, and chia seeds contain essential fatty acids, zinc, amino acids like L-cystine, and selenium.
Beets contain nitrates. The body converts nitrates to nitric oxide, which increases blood circulation and perfusion.