Nuts You Can Add to Your Diet for Hair Growth
Hair fall has been a problem among men and women alike. However, the source of this problem has always been a poor and unhealthy diet. Being a treasure trove of essential nutrients, adding nuts to the diet can drastically change your hair texture. The next time you go shopping, don’t forget to add these three nuts to your shopping list –
- Pine Nuts
Have you been worrying about receding hairline, thinning of the plait, or early greying hair? If yes, you aren’t alone.
Many people find themselves surfing through the internet in the hunt for an elixir that will magically rejuvenate their brittle, dull, and thin hair. Luckily, you don’t have to go nuts over it because ‘nuts’ may be the solution you need.
How Does That Work?
It is simpler than you’d imagine. Hair is made up of keratin, which is a protein found in the hair follicles. In order to enable the growth of new hair that replaces the ones that shed, your body needs an allowance of protein that ranges from 0.8 to 1 gram/kg body weight.
Several vitamins and minerals play an essential role in protein metabolism, ultimately helping the body absorb and utilize it for new cell generation. In most cases, lack of adequate vitamins, minerals, and protein in the daily diet, compounded by stress and pollution, ultimately lead to unhealthy hair.
How to Fix It?
The best way to deal with this problem would be to alter your diet. Instead of looking for cosmetic solutions, try to heal your body from within. As nuts are high on several essential nutrients, including them in your diet could do the trick. If you don’t know which ones to add, we have a few suggestions for you.
Not only are they crunchy but also an excellent source of vitamin B7, which is often referred to as the “hair vitamin.” It helps in breaking down protein to form amino acids. By adding a handful of these nuts, you will be able to see a visible difference in your skin and hair health.
These yummy nuts are an excellent source of natural iron, which is paramount to having lustrous hair. Stored iron also makes oxygen available to your hair that nourishes the cells from within.
Pine Nuts –
Apart from being absolutely delicious, these nuts contain an abundance of zinc, necessary for cell division of hair follicles. As pine nuts are super easy to cook, you can easily add them to your diet for your daily dose of zinc. They can be used to make great dips and as a salad topping too.
Go Nuts – Nut Remedy for Your Hair!
Hair loss is a big problem, but it doesn’t have to be that way any longer. With a wide selection of almonds and classic pistachios at Go Nuts, give your hair the therapy it needs today!
These gluten-free bites can be snacked on worry free anytime, but they’re especially great when you need a spike in your energy levels. A delectable mix of dried blueberries, dried cranberries, dried strawberries and tart cherries, it is the ideal snack to satisfy your sweet tooth. Being high in dietary fiber, you can easily substitute it for your not-so-healthy energy bar!
Shh don’t tell anyone we told you this.
|Dietary fiber||8.85 gram|
Savour the taste of lightly salted Irani pistachios, impeccably roasted and salted to make your taste buds swoon. Keep this enjoyable snack handy as pistachios are heart friendly and come with ample health benefits. Pistachios, rich in vitamin B6, promote blood flow by assisting in carrying oxygen through the bloodstream to cells, helping in maintaining the health of lymphoid glands, such as thymus, spleen and lymph nodes.
Happy lymph glands means more white blood cells, and increased ability of the body to fight infections. Pistachios, in a nut shell give you the most bang for your buck! (Pun intended)
|Dietary fiber||2.0 gram|
Known as the “King of nuts” because of the rare and powerful antioxidants present, a few walnuts eaten everyday can give you life long benefits! Anti-inflammatory, heart healthy and effective against diabetes, there is so much more to this powerhouse of healthy goodness. Eating walnuts slows down ageing, is good for the gut and excellent for your brain health!
Add ‘em to your cakes and bakes or to your salads as a healthy, crunchy garnish. Our walnuts are sourced from the world best walnut growing areas of Chile.
|Dietary fiber||3.44 gram|
For a surprise burst of flavor, try our delicious strawberry infused dried cranberries. Add ‘em to your sandwiches, sprinkle them on your salads or use them to beautify your cakes, the possibilities are endless!
Health freaks need not worry as they are a good source of fiber and are laden with antioxidants and vitamins.
|Dietary fiber||4.81 gram|
Rich in fiber, vitamins and minerals, a handful of raisins can instantly boost your energy! Our pickled variant is a twist on this naturally sweet dried fruit and is made with traditional Indian spices that are used to enhance the natural flavor.
Raisins keep your bones strong, boost your iron levels and aid in digestion, with so many health benefits. Go Nuts suggests indulging in this snack without a twinge of guilt.
|Dietary fiber||4.0 gram|
Made by partially dehydrating fresh cranberries, dried cranberries , sweet and sour naturally make for an incredibly tasty and healthy nibble. Loaded with antioxidants, these power packed, tiny bites increase your metabolism, improve your heart health and immune system.
An excellent addition to salads, cookies, muffins and breads, they can be enjoyed as a sweet and sour snack as well!
|Dietary fiber||5.1 gram|
Bored of the same ol’ roasted nuts? Go Nuts has an enticing snack for the brave hearted! Sweet and sublime, dried cranberries pickled with traditional Indian spices. Yep, this one is good for you too.
Dried cranberries are an excellent source of antioxidants and are high in dietary fiber, supporting your overall health and well being. So, munch on fearlessly!
|Dietary fiber||5.1 gram|