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10 Foods that prevent HAIR LOSS

10 Foods that Prevent  Hair Loss
1. Spinach
​ Spinach is a great source of iron, vitamin A and C and protein. Iron deficiiency is the main cause of hair fall and spinach is not only iron-rich, it also contains sebum which acts as a natural container for hair. It also provides us with omega-3 acid, magnesium, potassium, calcium and iron. These help in maintaining a healthy scalp and lustrous hair.
2. Carrots and Sweet Potatoes

Sneak carrots in your diet for those long and lustrous locks. Known to be good for the eys, carrots contain Vitamin A that also improves hair growth. Sweet potates are also packed with beta-carotene that converts to vitamin A in our body. A deficiency of vitamin A may lead to dry and itchy scalp.
3. ​Eggs and Dairy Products Milk, yogurt, cheese, eggs etc. are loaded with essential nutrients such as proteins, Vitamin B12, iron, zinc and Omega 6 fatty acids. Dairy products are also a great source of biotin (Vitamin B7) that is known to fight hair loss.
4.  Oats
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