Don't eat these foods if your want healthy thick hair
Don't eat these foods if your want healthy thick hair.
The truth is there are times when we crave what is unhealthy for us even if we know that we should not be eating them. However, there are times when we have hair issues and we are doing all that we can externally to repair hair and to get it to look healthy when the issue may be an internal one.
High levels of mercury can lead to hair loss; the overarching rule (but there are exceptions) is that the bigger the fish is in nature, the higher levels of mercury it has in it. Steer clear of fish like swordfish, mackeral, and even some tuna
Yet another reason that diet isn't any better than regular: The artificial sweeteners—specifically, aspartame—has been linked to hair loss.
It's officially the year of "stop the sugar!" and your wannabe-luscious locks are yet another reason why sugar hurts your health. It's really pretty basic: Protein is super important for your hair and sugar hinders the absorption of it.
This one goes hand in hand with sugar, since white bread, cakes, pastries, white pasta, and other refined, over-processed starches are converted into sugar, which causes your hair to thin. So step away from the croissant and stick with whole wheat whenever possible.
Alcohol slows the levels of zinc in your body, which is a necessary mineral for healthy hair and growth. It also dehydrates your hair, making it more brittle and likely to break. Alcohol does a number on your skin, too, which is why it’s one of the 20 Foods That Age You 20 Years.
Greasy food translates to greasy skin, including on your scalp. As your noggin's pores wind up clogged, hair loss can occur. Gross, right?