Eggs- Contain protein, biotin, and Vitamin D  to help your hair grow strong and shiny. Not having enough of biotin can lead to hair loss. Biotin also helps strengthen brittle fingernails.

Greek Yogurt- Packed with protein, the building block of your locks contains Vitamin B5 (known as a pantothenic acid) and B vitamins which can help you maintain healthy skin and will help against hair thinning and loss.

Oatmeal- Rich in iron, fiber, zinc, and omega-3 fatty acids which stimulate hair growth making it thick and healthy.

Spinach(Battle Brittle Hair)- Contains Vitamin A and aids in the production of sebum, Iron, Beta-Carotene, folate, and Vitamin C. These work together for a healthy  scalp and mane. They keep your hair moisturized so it doesn't break.

Sweet Potato(Fights Dry Hair)- Rich in Vitamin A & Biotin (protein for hair growth), and beta-carotene. Your body turns beta-carotene into Vitamin A. That helps protect against dry, dull hair. It also encourages the glands in your scalp to make an oily fluid called sebum that keeps hair from drying out.

Blueberries- Contain Vitamin A, C, E, and B  stimulates the production of collagen and also fight free radicals. This power fruit aid hair growth by improving oxygenation and circulation of blood in the body, particularly the scalp. Proanthocyanidins are a class of polyphenols found in a variety of plants. This chemical interacts with hair follicles to accelerate growth.

Salmon- Packed with Omega-3 fatty acids and Vitamin D are essential for scalp health and reduces hair fallout. Lack of Omega-3 can lead to a dry scalp and dull hair.

Meat- Meats, especially red meats, are particularly important because they're the richest sources of ferritin, a stored iron that helps the body produce hair and cell protein. If you have ferritin deficiency, the growth of hair cells can be badly affected..vegans, vegetarians, and those who choose not to eat red meats are highly susceptible. Moderation is key for those who have issues with "Red Meat".

Walnuts- Excellent source of nutrients, particularly biotin, B-Vitamins, Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, plenty of protein and magnesium, all of which strengthen hair cuticles and nourish the scalp. Not only does walnuts have more omega-6 fatty acids than any other food, adding a healthy dose of nuts to your diet will help reduce thinning and promote hair growth.


If you find your hair thinning or falling out completely, it could be because you're not getting enough zinc in your diet. Research has shown that hair loss related to zinc deficiency can be reversed by eating more of all the important nutrients.  Worry, anxiety, tension, etc. can affect the health of the hair. So, worry less, be positive and HAPPY HEALTHY EATING!!!