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Best Fruits for preventing hair loss

Hair loss for women and men alike is a nightmare. Noticing few hair strands on brushing your luscious, long hair means it is the starting of sleepless nights. Everyone is aware of the importance of vegetables and fruits, but how many of you are aware of its quality to prevent hair loss on eating and on applying is less known, so know it here right now.
Fruits Saving your Crowning Glory on EatingStrawberries:  This fruit is loaded with silica that prevents hair growth and baldness. Strawberries are seasonal fruits and eating between the months, December to March is recommended.  Make it a point to purchase from the supermarket or the local farmers market. Avoid buying it at traffic signals, because its quality is questionable.

Apples:  Apples are great to prevent hair loss. Apples are full of vitamins, antioxidants, phenolic compound in the skin of the apple and soluble fiber. It virtually serenades your hair on eating regularly and also your overall health is benefited in many ways. H…

Top Foods that prevents hair loss

Hair loss is a matter of concern and this is apparent when you cringe each time you see a mirror or hesitate visiting the barber shop. The hair loss may be due to various reasons such as change in climate or lifestyle, severe stress, hormonal imbalance, genetic, lack of hygiene, and so on. Here are some foods mentioned to prevent hair loss.
Foods for preventing hair lossEggs, Fish and Beans: Protein rich diet is essential primarily for your hair health and growth. Your testosterone levels increase with high fat diets and do not help in preventing hair loss.  Add tofu and soy milk to your diet and stick to fish, brewer’s yeast, eggs, yogurt, chicken, beans, almonds, low-fat cheese and calf’s liver, leaner proteins. These are low in bad fats and high in protein.Raisins: The key role of iron in producing hemoglobin plays a vital role in preventing hair loss. Good blood flow means your scalp is rightly stimulated and it promotes hair growth. Adding iron to your diet means when you wish to…

How to Use Curry Leaves for Hair Growth

Curry leaves are the popular culinary herbs and the most favored of Asian origin. Different people have different opinion about curry leaves and most consider it to be useful for hair growth. Curry leaves are renowned to boost hair growth and thereby to prevent hair loss. Curry leaves is widely used by South Indian women along with other herbs to strengthen their hair and to impart quality in them.


Ways of using Curry Leaves1. The simplest way of reaping the best benefits from curry leaves is by including them in your diet. Add fresh curry leaves or curry leaf powder to your rice, curries and dals (pulses). This not only prevents hair loss, but also helps in getting rid of other problems related to health.

2. Grind fresh curry leaves into fine paste. Add 1-2 tablespoons of milk and mix well. You can apply this paste for 20-30 minutes on your scalp. Rinse it using your regular shampoo. You may repeat this twice a month.

3. Massage your scalp with fresh paste of ground curry leaves and yo…

Top 10 causes of dandruff

Dandruff is an embarrassing conditions experienced alike by men and women. Dandruff leads to
itchy scalp and the condition is chronic as the flakes keep falling on clothes. Dandruff reappears
frequently, if not properly treated. The only cause of dandruff does not depend on washing alone.
In fact, it ranges from uncleanliness to skin diseases.
Causes for DandruffThere are several misconceptions and myths associated with dandruff and this includes, not using
shampoo, not washing hair daily or washing hair often, having spicy food, and many more. Here
are some of the actual reasons.

Uncleanliness: Accumulation of dust and dirt in the hair triggers dandruff and not
washing hair regularly causes increased oil production.

NutritionalDeficiency: Diet of a person is highly responsible for dandruff. Likewise,
drinking less quantity of water, consuming foods low in vitamins A, B and C, consuming
more salty and oily foods are associated to formation of dandruff.

Hair Care: Frequent blow dryin…