There’s a reason blueberries are a super food – they’re bursting with vitamin C. As well as helping transport oxygen to hair follicles, vitamin C assists in the formation of collagen which hair needs for optimal growth – even minor vitamin C deficiencies can lead to dry strands that break and split easily.
Kumara provides beta-carotene, which the body converts to vitamin A. Vitamin A promotes hair health at the cellular level.
Particularly for vegetarians, lentils are a good source of iron-rich protein – protein is necessary for all cell growth, including hair cells.
Pumped with protein, omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin D, salmon boosts the health of your hair fibres and keeps the scalp in good condition.
Popeye may have been lacking in the hair department, but considering the amount of spinach he consumed he was an exception to the rule. Spinach is a plentiful source of vitamin C, iron, beta-carotene and folate – all important contributors to scalp tissue and hair follicle health.