Biotin/Vitamin H— Biotin can improve hair that is splitting or thinning as well as strengthen weakened nails Foods to try: Bananas, beans, cauliflower, eggs, peanuts, salmon
Omega-3 Fatty Acids—To get shinier hair, introduce more omega-3s into your diet, which “help support scalp health and may give your locks extra luster and shine. Foods to try: Eggs, flaxseed, fish oil, salmon, spinach, tuna, walnuts and sardines
Protein—Protein intake is important for many reasons, notably when it comes to hair and nails. Foods to try: Chciekn, eggs, lean red meats, lowfat dairy, nute, seafood, soybeans and grains
Vitamin A—Vitamin A helps produce a conditioning substance for the scalp known as sebum, which keeps hair looking and feeling healthy. In addition to these beauty benefits, this vitamin contributes to better eye health and immune system function. Foods to try: Apricots, broccoli, cantaloupe, carrots, cheddar cheese, egg yolks, mango, oatmeal, and sweet potatoes.
Zinc— Zinc is a component of hundreds of enzymes in the body, some which regulate the body’s ability to make new proteins that become building blocks of healthy hair and nails. Foods to try: Cashews, green beans, lean beef, lobster, oysters, and soybeans