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Monsoon Hair Fall: 7 Foods To Keep Your Hair Nourished And Healthy

Does monsoon take a toll on your hair? If yes, then we have just the foods you need to add to your diet for healthy hair.
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  • Monsoon Hair Fall: 7 Foods To Keep Your Hair Nourished And Healthy

    Monsoon is here and we love the sudden nip in the air. But, it also brings along several health issues that needs special attention - hair fall being one of them. As soon as the weather changes, many of us experience excessive hair fall. According to experts, this mainly happens because of the rising humidity. Which is why taking care of our diet and lifestyle are must to prevent hair fall and other seasonal health issues. Here're a few foods that you may consider adding to your monsoon diet.
  • Methi Seeds

    This ingredient can be found easily in every kitchen. It is known to be rich in vitamin E and could help in treating hair loss and damage. Overnight soak a spoonful of methi in water, then boil it in the morning and have one glass every day.
  • Nutmeg

    Vitamin B6, folic acid and magnesium in nutmeg could help you prevent hair loss and manage stress. To add nutmeg in your diet, add a small pinch of it in your milk and have before sleeping.
  • Ghee

    Ghee can be found easily in every household. Besides sprucing up our food, ghee could also help promote healthy and long hair. The essential fatty acids act as a nourishing agent that could keep your scalp moisturized and healthy.
  • Fish

    Fish is known to be high in protein, vitamin A, and omega-3 fatty acids. While vitamin A helps in creating sebum (a natural oil that keeps the hair moist), omega-3 fatty acids promote hair growth.
  • Egg

    Eggs are high in protein and biotin - these two nutrients are essential for healthy hair development. In addition, biotin is essential for creating keratin, which aids hair development and overall wellness of hair.
  • Spinach

    Spinach is known to be high in iron, folate, and B vitamins - all of which aid in hair development. You can eat this leafy vegetable in the form of a sabzi or saut it with garlic and spices.
  • Jamun

    Jamun is high in antioxidants, vitamin C and other nutrients that are necessary for the production of collagen. Collagen is known to protect hair follicles and strengthens the roots of your hair.
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