Avocado Helps Healthy Hair Growth
Marvin Friedman, a hair restoration specialist in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, said that proper hair care is eating healthy. Avocado is good for robust hair growth with many health benefits. Avocados prevent hair loss and promote hair growth.
The avocado oil consists of 71% monounsaturated fatty acids, 13%
polyunsaturated fatty acids and 16% saturated fatty acids, which help to promote healthy blood lipid profiles. Avocado contains significant levels of vitamins C and E. Studies show that “avocados have the highest fruit antioxidant capacity, which may be one factor in promoting vascular health.” According to NHANES data, “avocado help reducing oxidative and inflammatory stress, enhancing blood flow and arterial endothelial health, with possible healthy aging protective effects.”
Eating avocado helps to thicken and strengthen your hair, according to Julie Revelant, Fox News article. Avocado has Copper, a mineral nutrient that nourishes both hair and skin. “Copper builds up the collagen and elastin of the skin that holds the hair follicle,” said Dr. Ellen Marmur, associate professor in the department of dermatology and the administration of genetics and genomics research at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City.