Your thinning hair and hair loss problems may be caused by your diet. Here are some foods and other ingredients that are effective for thinning hair and hair loss.
Why is diet important?
Why does food cause thinning and hair loss? The two main purposes of food are to enjoy food and to provide the body with the nutrition it needs. In other words, the nutrition needed for hair must also come from food. Modern people are busy and tend to live and eat irregularly.
As a result, their nutrition is unbalanced and they lack the nutrients necessary for their hair, leading to thinning and hair loss. The main component of hair is protein. However, it is not enough to take only protein.
Protein alone does not make hair.
Protein is an important nutrient, but protein alone does not produce hair. In order for protein to become hair, other nutrients besides protein, such as vitamins and minerals, are necessary. That is why it is important to eat a well-balanced diet.
Eating a salad makes you feel like you have eaten vegetables, but even though raw vegetables may seem hearty, they are not very much when considered as a quantity of vegetables.
Eat vegetables that have been heated to reduce their bulk, such as stir-fried or boiled vegetables. Vegetables that are particularly lacking are green and yellow vegetables. You may consider supplementing with supplements.
Sloppy eating is not an option.
The condition of the scalp is important for improving thinning hair. The reason scalp massage is said to be effective for thinning hair is that it improves blood circulation in the scalp, which makes it easier to distribute the nutrients needed for hair. After eating, the human body is designed to digest and absorb nutrients.
In order to digest and absorb nutrients, blood is concentrated in the digestive organs, and blood flow to other organs is reduced. One of the reasons why we feel sleepy after eating is that blood is concentrated in the digestive organs and less blood goes to the brain. In other words, if you are eating slowly, blood tends to collect in the digestive organs and blood circulation to the scalp tends to be poor.
For the health of your body and scalp, eat well-balanced meals at regular times.
A colorful meal is good for your hair.
For example, instead of saying, “I ate pumpkin, so I have enough greens and yellows for today,” try to eat two or three different kinds of green and yellow vegetables every day, such as pumpkin, carrots, and broccoli. A good rule of thumb is to color your meals. A colorful meal is beautiful to look at, and it also means that a variety of vegetables are used.
Unbalanced nutrition is one of the causes of stress. Eating a well-balanced diet not only provides your hair with the nutrition it needs, but also reduces stress and creates a good environment for your hair.