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Surviving Autumn: 7 Supplements To Prevent Hair Loss


Did you know the average woman loses 50 to 150 hairs a day? And this figure can be triple during September, October and November. It’s during autumn that your hair undergoes a new phase of hair growth that halts its growth and leads to a length increase during the fall.

So whether this hair loss is natural or not, you can still do something to take care of your hair during autumn. Consider the following 7 components that will help strengthen your hair before the Christmas season begins:

  1. Vitamin B12.

If your hair does not have the sufficient amount of vitamin B12 it will grow much more slowly and you’ll tend to lose hair easily. You’ll find this vitamin also known as cobalamin in eggs, beef or chicken meat, in some molluscs, oily fish, etc.

  1. Biotin

Biotin is vital, also known as B7 or H. A vitamin which, among other things, is involved in the metabolism of fats and carbohydrates. You’ll find it in legumes, nuts, in the liver of cattle and eggs. This compound will make your hair look much thicker and less brittle, in addition, to stimulate its growth

  1. Folic acid

If you notice you’re dropping more hair than you should during autumn you need to strengthen your hair roots. Folic acid intake will help prevent hair loss. You can find it in foods like avocado, spinach, broccoli, or red fruits.

  1. Cystine

If you want a healthy hair, make sure you eat the right amount of cystine, an amino acid that will help you to fight against hair falling in autumn. You will find it in dairy, eggs, meat, fish, mustard or sesame seeds, cereals, dried fruits…

  1. Beta-carotene

Beta-carotene is one of your great allies when it comes to strengthening your hair from the scalp. It also helps synthesize your vitamin A intake. You can find it in fruits and vegetables such as carrots, pumpkins, peppers, oranges etc.

  1. Methionine

This amino acid is quite helpful as it also helps strengthen your nails. You can find it in the form of a dietary supplement, but also (and preferably) in foods such as milk, eggs, nuts, cereals, spinach, etc.

  1. Glutamine

Glutamine is a fundamental amino acid that helps synthesise proteins in our body, as well as supporting your metabolism and enhancing your cardiovascular health. Glutamine can be a lot of aid during autumn, as it helps your hair shine and looks as healthier as ever.


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