Manganese Assists the body in using other hair healthy nutrients Whofe grains, egg yoib, and green vegetables 39 mg
Selenium Preserves skin elasticity Bran, tuna, broccoli, and onions 55 mcg Silica Enhances strength and health of hair Âlfalfo; beets; brown rice; beli peppers; soybeans; green, leafy vegetables; and whole grains None established Sulfur A constituent of hair Meat, fish, legumes, nuts, eggs, and cabbage None established
Zinc With vitamin BÖ, blocks the conversion of testosterone into DHT Red meat, oysters, nuts, seeds, vvhole grains, and brewer’s yeast 12 mg Calcium is an important structural component of ali body tissues, including hair.
Dairy products are the best known of the calciumrich foods, with a cup of skim milk supplying about 290 milligrams. Vegetables are high in calcium as well; and some of the best sources are kale, turnip greens, and broccoli. Another excellent source is canned salmon with bones.
Calcium needs vary. You need 1,200 milligrams daily; 1,500 milligrams if you are postmenopausal.