Hair Grow Diet

1-Red Meat-A Hair Grow Diet

“If you’re not eating red meat and a well-balanced diet, you could be iron deficient, which is associated with thinning hair,” says Dr Joshua Zeichner, dermatologist and director of cosmetic research at Mount Sinai Medical Centre in New York City.

If you notice hair breakage and thinning, it’s time you talk to your doctor about iron supplements. “Low levels of D are associated with damaged hair, too,” says Dr Zeichner. So try and hit the milk jar in the fringe more often and be sure you’re getting plenty of vitamin D.