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Vitamins Nutrients for Your Hair

Hair is an important factor for the women's and men's also which can improve your personal appearance. By taking the proper care we can maintain hair very well. There are so many things in which the hair is related such as our daily lifestyle, food, exercise, care and so many physical factors also. The suitable diet, vitamins and minerals is always helpful for the healthy hair which can give shine, conditioning which can improve the look of the hair. To properly condition your hair you must get to the root of the matter, your hair follicles. Most people lack the proper vitamins and minerals that are needed to stay healthy, this includes the hair. Your hair needs constant nourishment!

The cycles of growth of each follicle consist of the building up and tearing down of the structure. Any nutritional deficiencies can lead to thinning hair or even total baldness. It is a well-known fact that an under-active thyroid can result in frizzy or brittle hair while an overactive thyroid turns hair greasy and limp. More hair-conditioner, scalp-oils, massages, and avoiding all of the external causes of hair-stress may sometimes help, but this is not enough. Your hair, like other parts of your body, needs nourishment. Your body only requires so many vitamins per day and simply discharges the excess. You can still eat healthy and take vitamins for the over all affects. e.g., bones, skin, brain function, energy, etc.

How vitamins and minerals are essential for hair?
Folic Acid, Magnesium, essential fatty acids, Biotin, B-6, Vitamins A, E, and C, copper, iron, zinc, iodine, silica are also important. Vitamins and minerals are abundant in raw fruits and vegetables. Eat them in the morning or as in between meal snacks. Your hair especially craves copper to maintain vibrant color, iron for strength, and trace amounts of zinc & magnesium for growth. Selenium which strengthens hair.