Foods For Your Hair

We have all heard the saying “You are What You Eat”, but do you really think about what that means? For many, this statement applies more to your diet, but it actually goes beyond that. What we eat also effects the organs in our bodies and our skin, hair, nails, eyes and more. Did you know there were certain foods you can eat to give you healthier hair? It may seem different to think of eating certain foods for your hair, but there are some that can make a big difference. Here are just 4!

4 Foods For Your Hair

4 Foods For Your Hair

  1. Dark Chocolate: This delicious foods can promote blood circulation to your scalp, which helps hair growth.
  2. Biotin: This vitamin, which is of the B complex, can be found in liver, egg yolks and yeast. You can also take it in a supplement like Aviva, which can improve the keratin infrastructure, which is a basic protein that makes up your hair, skin and nails. The stronger that infrastructure, the stronger your hair will be!
  3. Coconut Oil: This healthy oil, like the Carrington Farms Coconut Oil, can seal in moisture along with protecting your hairs roots and ends from breakage.
  4. Walnuts:This delicious nut is rich in Omega-3 Fatty Acids which are super good for not only your hair but your heart as well. They also contain copper, which keeps hair color looking rich.

Many of us have these items in our panty or fridge and we probably did not know how powerful they could be. These foods can keep your hair, strong, healthy, shiny and looking fabulous. If you want to keep your tresses looking like you just walked out of the salon, you should incorporate them into your diet. One of the top dermatologists in the nation, Dr. Marnie Nussbaum , believes 100% in the benefits behind these and other hair-diet essentials can offer.

Marnie Nussbaum

Marnie Nussbaum, MD, FAAD, is a dermatologist who specializes in general and cosmetic dermatology. She is also a Clinical Instructor of Dermatology at Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York. She completed her internship in Internal Medicine at the prestigious Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Her residency in Dermatology was completed at Weill Cornell-New York Presbyterian Hospital, where she was the Chief Resident in Dermatology. She has won many awards including the Outstanding House Staff Award, and the Women in Science Award. She is a member of the American Academy of Dermatology, the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, and the Women’s Dermatologic Society. Dr. Nussbaum graduated with honors from Cornell University and was the recipient of the James Metcalf Polk Award from Weill Cornell, for achieving highest academic honors in her graduating class. You can find Dr. Nussbaum at her private practice on the upper east side of New York.