Nowadays, it is quite common to blame it on lifestyle habits, diet or hormonal imbalances for premature graying of hair. While short-term solutions like tinting can help, it’s important to change your diet to ensure your mane stays healthy, shiny, and black.
What leads to early silver?
It is said that premature graying of hair occurs due to lifestyle factors as well as nutritional deficiencies such as vitamin B 12, zinc, selenium, copper and vitamin D.
Therefore, if you are looking for natural remedies, here is some help from nutritionist Shonali Sabherwal, who shared some Diet tips you can try.
“Always a long term problem for many people. Here are some tips to prevent your hair from turning gray or further gray,” she mentioned in an Instagram post.
Eat seaweed: It will absorb all your trace minerals, especially zinc, magnesium, selenium, copper, zinc and iron.
Eat black: Black sesame, black beans, black molasses, nigella seeds (kalonji).
Eat amla: New amla juice miracle project.
Herbivorous: Wheatgrass or barley grass to detox the liver.
Eat foods rich in catalase: Sweet potatoes, carrots, garlic, broccoli.
Eat clean: Remove contaminants for blood condition, namely Street, milk, refined flour, packaged foods, processed foods, unhealthy fats, too much animal protein.