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Eat These Foods To Prevent Your Hair From Falling Out!

Hairloss Treatment

For most men and women, only a few things could be more attractive than a head full of hair glowing with natural health. The same thing could be said about women too. Unfortunately, hair loss is still growing at a rapid rate. It is estimated that a grown-up human has about 100,000 strands of hair. Losing 50-100 strands is normal. Losing more than that? You have got a hair loss problem.

There are various reasons of hair loss. The most common ones include ageing, environmental effects, extreme stress, nutritional deficiencies, scalp infections, excessive smoking, hormonal imbalance, genetic factors and using malicious hair care products.

While most of these reasons are beyond our control, we can definitely control one reason - nutritional deficiencies. This could be done by taking the proper foods to provide necessary nutrition to your body. The following infographic will introduce you to the 21 foods which can provide the nutrition and prevent hair loss.

21 Incredible Foods For Preventing Hair Loss [Infographic]

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21 Incredible Foods for Preventing Hair Loss

The average scalp is covered with 100,000 hair follicles. No new follicles are formed after birth.

It is okay to lose between 500-100 hairs a day. But a consistent loss of 150 hairs or more a day is considered significant hair loss.

In 2014, 84.7% of all hair restoration surgical patients worldwide were male & 15.3% were female.

The estimated worldwide market for surgical hair restoration in 2014 was nearly $2.5 billion USD

47% of hair loss sufferers would spend their life savings to regain a full head of hair.

75% of British men believe hair loss cannot be prevented.

What Foods You Should Eat To Prevent Hair Loss?

Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Omega-3 Fatty Acids nourishes the follicles and promotes steady growth. It will make your hair more elastic and prevent it from breaking off.


Zinc boosts the tissue growth and repair process. This keeps your scalp and hair healthy. Zinc regulates the hormones which are important for hair growth.


Protein is the primary ingredient of hair. Eating enough protein will save you from being a bald head and prevent your hair from turning into gray.


Iron carries oxygen to the hair. Getting enough oxygen will ensure a better hairgrowth. It will also reduce the hair loss for pre-menopausal women.

Vitamin A and C

Vitamin A and C are our natural hair conditioner. The necessary amount of these vitamins will prevent hair breaking and falling.


Our body uses Magnesium for various purposes, including hair growth. Magnesium deficiency has a direct link to hair loss in both men and women.


Selenium's natural stimulator which encourages hair growth. Lacking Selenium will result in hair loss and hair follicle abnormalities.

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