Meals for healthy hair
It is important to care from the outside to have clean hair but care from the inside is also important.
In particular diet. It is nutrients for hair. Therefore a little effort will help improve it!
The following three nutrients are necessary:
The main component of a human body is protein (a collection of amino acids).
The same main component applies to the hair is the same. Protein supplementation is indispensable.
So how much protein should I consume?
The ratio is calculated by “your body weight x 1g”.
For example, if you have a weight of 55kg, it is 55g x 1g.
No matter how much care is taken from the outside, good hair will not grow if there is not enough protein as it is a raw material for hair.
When it comes to protein-rich foods, chicken, pork, beef, fish, eggs, etc. will benefit. So try to take protein actively.
The next important thing is lipid.
Lipid play an important role in making the female hormones that is needed to grow for the hair.
Female hormones promote the growth and maintain the hair growth period, it is a nutrient that may be taken positively.
By the way, male hormones affect body hair too.
For example, some people refrain from food high in fat for dieting which is counterproductive for hair.
Food rich in lipids include olive oil, sesame oil, and butter.
You know that lipids have little effect on obesity, so be sure to get the right amount for your body and hair.
(3) Mineral ingredients
The third is a mineral component.
Mineral ingredients play a very important role in making up the hair.
By the way, protein account about 80% – 90% for the hair.
The remaining 10% to 20% is composed of minerals such as copper, zinc and selenium.
“But how should we take mineral ingredients?”
I recommend cocoa.
The good thing about cocoa is that it contains a lot of nutrients needed for the hair. It’s basically a universal hair drink!
Cocoa beans, the main component of cocoa, contain a lot of minerals. It is rich in zinc, iron, potassium, calcium, magnesium, and copper which are essential minerals for the hair.
It is very difficult to drink with awareness of these mineral components, but if you drink cocoa, you will see a difference.
Moreover, the cocoa content is only 1/20 to 1/40 of coffee. Of course, if you drink too much, it does not show any special effect, so we recommend about 1 cup a day. (Too much caffeine can stimulate the sympathetic nerves and make blood circulation worse, which can have an adverse effect on hair growth.)
“What drink contains cocoa?”
Milo is a good drink! A very popular drink in Singapore too!
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