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Sunday, January 13, 2013

Why Vitamin B is Important to Grow Long Hair


Vitamin B increases hair growth and if your body lacks it, then you cannot expect your hair to grow long and be healthy.   When you go shopping at your nearest grocery story or health and nutrition outlet, you should make sure you purchase Biotin and other various B vitamins.   You may have learned how to use certain techniques by reading our previous articles, but it makes no sense to do them, if you are not including Vitamin B in your diet and also taking it on a daily basis. 


Many of you maybe trying to go natural and wonder why you are not growing any inches of hair.  You cannot just stop putting chemicals and heat in your hair, you have to include all sorts of vitamin B vitamins and do everything that is necessary to help to grow your hair and keep it healthy.   For example, you maybe taking a lot of protein, but your body also needs B vitamins in order for your hair to keep growing and keep it strong.   Did you know B3 helps increase circulation to the scalp, which increases hair growth? Vitamin B3 niacin  is very important for growing hair.  Therefore, you should make sure you never lack B3, including all other B vitamins, which is in the form of the Vitamin B complex supplement.  However, you have to be very careful when taking certain B vitamins, according to sideeffectsinfo.net, there are side effects when taking biotin which is not good for people whom are diabetic and too much of vitamin B complex intake can be dangerous.  Then, there are other cons that are not good, so please see our source.


We are going to reveal which vegetables retain various B vitamins, which will also help your hair to grow very long.  According to 3FatChicks, there are 9 specific vegetables that contain Vitamin B6, so take your pick which ones you will eat per day, at least a cup:
1. Avocado (be careful it is high in calories and fat.) 2. Spinach 3. Potatoes (be careful not to eat too much if you are on a diet.) 4. Peas 5. Asparagus 6. Red Bell Pepper 7. Broccoli 8. Cauliflower 9. Carrots
It is good to eat certain foods that will give you a good dietary source of B vitamins, for example: Liver and egg yolks are high in biotin, soy products and some cereals will give you a high natural source of B12, according to Livestrong.com.
Remember sisters, you can do certain things to grow your hair, but if you are not doing everything combined, do not expect your hair to grow long and healthy.   
Source:3FatChicks
Source: Livestrong.com
Photo: InsideVitamins.com
Source: sideeffectsinfo.net
 


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