Key Nutrients that Prevent Hair Loss
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We all love our hair and we do plenty of hair care routines to keep it shiny and strong. However, treating from the outside might not be enough to keep it strong or prevent hair loss. A holistic approach to hair health is essential to prevent receding hair. Feeding your hair with key nutrients is key to a beautiful hair.
Zinc is a type of trace minerals that’s involved in enzymes to help grow protein. If you lack zinc, you’d eventually suffer from hair loss when unaddressed. Next, we have biotin. It’s a B vitamin that works hand in hand with protein to strengthen the hair, making it thicker and stronger. Vitamin B6 is needed by almost all the proteins in the body, including the skin, nails and muscles. Hair is made up of keratin – a subtype of collagen which is also protein.
Another essential nutrient is copper. Notice the ends of your hair start splitting up? It’s due to the lack of copper. It’s a kind of trace mineral, but your hair also needs other minerals in molar amounts. Along with enzymes and other proteins, they rebuild ligaments, tendons, hair and nails, to name a few.
Another sign of unhealthy hair is its being brittle. Silica is essential to maintaining your hair’s durability. It’s primarily found in leafy vegetables and whole grains. However, silica depletes as we age, so it would be best to take supplements with the micronutrient.
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