HAARVITAMINE - WICHTIGE LEBENSMITTEL

HAIR VITAMINS - IMPORTANT FOODS

EAT YOURSELF! THESE FOODS ARE GOOD FOR HAIR

Fullness, shine and faster growth: Our highly developed special products are optimized for numerous requirements. At the same time, you can care for your hair “from the inside” - simply by consciously choosing foods and benefiting from their vital substance content.

HAIR GROWTH THROUGH VITAMIN A

Vitamin A, also known as “retinol”, opens the ranks of suitable ingredients. It allows the lengths to sprout, strengthens them and provides a supple shine. You can tell which foods contain a particularly high amount of vitamin A by their color - because the precursor to the fuel is the plant component beta-carotene. It gives fruits and vegetables containing vitamin A yellow, orange or red nuances.

Accordingly, carrots, pumpkin, honeydew melon and peppers contain a particularly high amount of vitamin A. But it is also found in dark green representatives such as spinach, cucumber or kale . Here the pigments of beta-carotene are overshadowed by a high proportion of chlorophyll.

In order for your body to absorb or utilize vitamin A, foods must have a certain amount of fat . So always enjoy the varieties mentioned with a sandwich or add some cold-pressed oil to raw vegetables or carrot juice.

CARE OF THE SCALP WITH VITAMIN B

Whether vitamin B1, vitamin B2 or other representatives of the B complex: they all stimulate sebum production and thus care for dry scalp. B vitamins are mainly found in whole grain products and nuts ; But legumes and pumpkin seeds or chia seeds also contain the nourishing substance.

Individual B vitamins can do even more: Vitamin B7, known as biotin, repairs brittle lengths and can counteract hair loss. It is found in oatmeal and walnuts as well as in soybeans and mushrooms. Its most famous use in hair care is in egg yolk shampoos.

THE BLOOD FLOW BOOSTERS IRON AND VITAMIN C

Your hair grows from the roots - and they draw their strength from the lifeblood of blood. To ensure that it always contains enough oxygen, your body needs iron. This fuel is also responsible for the production of various protein compounds. Kale , onions and fresh berries ensure a good supply of iron ; But you can also raise the iron level in your blood with dried fruit.

The all-rounder vitamin C ensures the transport of the mineral. It gets the entire blood “boiling” and at the same time stimulates the formation of red cells. In this way, vitamin C supports hair growth and strengthens the hair structure. The best-known suppliers of the fuel are citrus fruits such as lemons, limes and oranges. There is significantly more vitamin C in broccoli and peppers; However, the real depot for the blood booster are rose hips and sea buckthorn berries .

CARE OF HAIR ROOTS THROUGH COPPER AND ZINC

Another care ingredient for your hair roots is copper, which also strengthens the bones and supports the cardiovascular system. Just a handful of cashews can cover your daily copper needs. However, the trace element is also found in whole grains and soy products as well as in legumes and Contains sunflower seeds .

Zinc is also a well-known hair root ingredient - and is advertised accordingly. But you don't need any special dietary supplements because many foods naturally contain the trace element. These include corn, eggs and nuts as well as poppy and linseeds . A particularly good source of zinc is shrimp, which you can process into both cold and hot dishes.

THE HORN BUILDING BLOCK SILICON

Hardly any other natural substance has as big an influence on hair as silicon. It promotes general cell growth and in this function also has an effect on the skin, connective tissue and nails. For split ends and/or very thin hair, a silicon treatment can work wonders. Commercially available preparations are tablets or gels based on the silica Silicea – a combination of silicon with water and oxygen. You can find natural sources in the grains barley, oats and millet or foods made from them.