vitamins deficiency symptoms

Effects of vitamins and minerals deficiency on your hair

In many cases condition of hair symptoms are among the early outward warning signs of vitamin and mineral deficiencies.
Deficiency of zinc in your diet leads to coarse, brittle hair.
Dandruff often results of deficiency in vitamins B2, B6, zinc, magnesium or biotin.
Cause of dry hair may be shortage of vitamin A or zinc in your nutrition.
And deficiency of folic acid, pantothenic acid, PABA, biotin, minerals induces of greying hair.
If you have oily hair it can be symptom of vitamin B2 deficiency.
Most serious symptom of hair disorder is hair loss.

If you experience sudden or excessive hair loss, or bald patches, you should visit the doctor to rule out vitamins and minerals deficiencies, thyroid concerns, and other health problems.
An unbalanced diet, especially one without enough protein, can cause temporary hair loss.

Women who are anemic often experience hair loss.
Include in your nutrition more food with high content of copper, zinc, vitamin B6, sulphur (MSM), selenium and biotin.
Be sure that you have adequate protein intake as protein which is necessary for hair growth.

Good sources of protein are fish, poultry, lean cuts of meat, beans, nuts, seeds, and soy. Eat enough amounts of meat, poultry, and fish that contain iron required for proper hair growth.
Nuts and seeds, for example almonds are excellent source of magnesium.
The outer skin of plants such as potatoes, cucumbers, green and red peppers and sprouts can.
Whole grains, vegetables, and fruits are good sources of essential nutrients and fibre.
Remember that nutrition is one factor of baldness because of lack of protein, vitamins and minerals that sustains the hair.

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