Sammy was frustrated with her hair pulling one strand here and the other
strand there. Oh, those frizzy, dry, entangled hair. She had a party to attend
and her hair would just not stay put. Finally, she somehow managed a bun and
went to the party with a sulking face.
Does this happen with you too?
When hair looks limp, dull and lifeless, people often turn to new shampoos and
conditioners for that extra oomph. But really, a poor diet could be the culprit
for lustre lacking locks.
A practice that is very important, yet not often associated with healthy hair is
eating right.

A healthy diet can help your hair stay strong and shiny. What you eat can have
a huge effect on the health of your hair and can also keep you from losing your
locks. If you not getting certain nutrients from food, you might see the
effects in your hair. A lack of the right nutrients including vitamins A, B, C, D
and E, zinc, iron, proteins and essential fatty acids play a key role in the health
of your skin, hair, and nails. It may slow down hair growth or even cause hair

Why is balanced diet important for your hair?
Eating a well-balanced diet can sustain your hair health for long. We often
say healthy hair starts at the scalp. But it actually starts even before that: It
really starts with what nutrients you are feeding it. The foods people eat have
an impact on the growth, strength, and volume of their hair. Hair grows from
the roots, so the key to healthy hair growth lies in improving the health of the
scalp and hair follicles. Hair is continuously growing and being replaced, and
the follicles are constantly creating new hair from nutrients in the body.
A balanced diet plays an important role in keeping the hair healthy.
Your Hair is what you eat!
The foods eaten affects the hair growth and its quality. The right balanced
diet, that is suitable to your lifestyle, can make all the difference to your hair.

Heredity and natural aging processes play major roles in hair loss. Stress too
can cause breaking and thinning of hair, but when people notice a change in
their hair, they might want to visit a doctor. However, the quality, quantity,
and growth of hair are very closely linked to the diet. While some foods make
hair strong and beautiful, eating too much of others can make hair brittle and
thin. Therefore, it is recommended to check your diet. Maintaining a well-
balanced nutritious diet is the best way to improve the health and growth of