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Hair is made of a tough protein called keratin.Your hair need protein that make hair strong if hair doesn't receive enough protein it can go into a resting phase, causing noticeable hair loss "

When you don't get the vitamins minerals and other nutrients that your body needs from your diet it can cause a loss of hair for instance to Little protein in your diet can damage healthy hair and inhibit your body's ability to build a new hair
oil is best for hair?

Coconut Oil. As you may be able to guess, coconut oil comes from coconuts. ...
Argan Oil. Argan oil, also known as Moroccan oil, is derived from nuts produced from argan trees. ...
Jojoba Oil. ...
Sweet Almond Oil. ...
Olive Oil. ...
Lavender Oil. ...
Lemongrass Oil. ...


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The Best sources are Blackcurrants,
blueberries, broccoli, guava kiwi Fruit Oranges ,papaya strawberry Sweet potatoes. 

vitamin c... 
Guava 
garlic
cucumber 
coriander 
aloe vera 
carrot... 

Everyday product to make hair look thickers inulde.
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 Aloe gel 
orangane puree. 
castor oil. 




                                     





Blueberries
"Antioxidants help protect your body's cells against free radical damage," says Erin Palinski, RD, author of Belly Fat Diet For Dummies. "This  damage  increased stress hormone and inflammation which impact all cell in the body including those in the hair ,among other fruit  and dark green's palinski call out blueberriee 

Almonds
Not only are almonds a good source of protein, they're loaded with magnesium, which helps maintain healthy hair and nails. "Magnesium is Mother Nature's anti-stress mineral, and stress is a major factor in hair loss," explains Ashley Koff, RD. "Vertical ridges in your nails may be a sign of inadequate magnesium," adds Palinski. You can also get more magnesium through leafy greens, cacao nibs, and soybean



Milk
More research still needs to be done, but some studies suggest a link between vitamin D and hair loss. Example: Women with hair shedding had lower vitamin D levels than women with healthy hair, according to a Skin Pharmacology Physiology study. Plus, Koff says calcium is a key mineral in building healthy hair and nails (note: you need vitamin D to absorb calcium). Of course, vitamin-D fortified milk offers both, but speak to your doctor about a vitamin D supplement if you think you might be deficient.

Eggs
Eggs are a good source of protein and contain some vitamin D, and they also have biotin. "Biotin, a B-complex vitamin, may play a role in the development of keratin," says Dr. Zeichner, who explains that patients with biotin deficiency often have weak hair and nails.

Salmon
Salmon is a good source of biotin and protein, along with omega-3 fatty acids, which reduce inflammation, and promote healthy, moisturized skin. And don't forget, your scalp is skin, too: "A healthy scalp means healthy hair follicles, which mean healthy hair," says Dr. Zeichner. Omega-3s' inflammation-reducing effects are also good for your nails: "Inflammation impairs the healthy development of your nail plate," says Dr. Kazin.

Brazil nuts
Rats deficient in selenium (a trace element linked to protection against oxidative stress) have sparse hair growth, says a study in PLoS One. Just six to eight Brazil nuts meet almost 800% of your recommended daily value, according to the National Institutes of Health.

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