Eat your hair healthy!

By eating healthy foods your hair gets the necessary proteins, vitamins, minerals and oils. Your hair needs this to stay strong, healthy and shiny.
Proteins are one of the most important building blocks for the hair. These can be found in wild salmon for example. It is rich in healthy omega-3 fatty acids. These fatty acids are very good for your scalp. Together with vitamin B6 and B12, they help to produce the red blood cells to better transport oxygen to your hair follicles.

Eating fatty fish two to three times a week is therefore very good for you.
Self-contained eggs naturally contain a lot of protein and are full of vitamins, such as B5, B12 and D and also contain sulfur. Sablon promotes hair growth. The breakfast was very good.

Another important vitamin for your hair, biotin B7, can be found in beans. Biotin B7 stimulates hair growth, strengthens hair follicles and prevents hair loss and ageing. A nice extra is that biotin also improves the thickness and hardness of your nails.

Also, take a regular oatmeal plate! It not only tastes delicious, it also has a full vitamin B1, phosphorus and magnesium. Not only good for your nervous system but also for your bones, your scalp and your hair.

Another very important one: the green vegetables! And it's nice that it's winter because kale also falls below. It is rich in folic acid that is needed for our hair cells. A deficiency of folic acid can cause hair loss. It also contains iron and important minerals such as magnesium and zinc.
Beautiful hair and healthy hair ends not just with proper hair care, a combination of the right diet and the right hair care products give the best result.

The hair care products of Oolaboo contain conscious nutrients that are known for their protective, recovering and improving effects. The products consist of active nourishing substances as much as possible, which can often be eaten as well as used on the scalp and in the hair. This way you keep the hair healthy.

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About the author: Ellen Wilmink

Communication manager at Oolaboo.

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