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Why Avocado is the best resource for hair rejuvenation?

Tues, 28 Jun.

Avocados are already known for helping with muscle tissue rejuvenation, helping the skin, and treating different symptoms of certain ailments. An additional benefit of having an Avocado every day is that it can help with preventing or treating hair loss. Additionally, it can also help with dry scalp and dry hair, which are symptoms of bad hair health. We talk about how precisely Avocado is able to help with our hair follicles and different things related to it are also touched upon. We finally reflect upon the title itself and whether its statement is true or not.

How hair loss takes place?

Hair loss tends to come when there is a vitamin deficiency inside the hair follicles or outside environmental pressure cause them to lose their health. When we talk about external pressures, we are talking about extreme stress arising from sun, heat, and cold. It is also a fact that many styling products like gel, or styling machines like blow dryers help your hair gradually lose its health. These external pressures can also include the chemical downpour brought on by an assortment of shampoos and soaps that one may be using. Now with keeping this in mind, you are having an existential crisis of decisions made in the past. Instead of doing that, use Avocados to help you overcome the crisis. In the next section, we precisely see how an Avocado is able to do just that.

How an Avocado prevents or treats hair loss?

Avocados are enriched with abundant natural nutrients. This is true because it is considered a superfood by many in the science community. Take this one study as an example: A study published in a Journal called Nutrients which was published in the year 2017 says consumption of one Avocado per day is more than enough to raise lutein levels in the eye and the brain. High lutein levels in the brain and the eye are synonymous with better cognitive function and a lower rate of hair loss, which is also evident in the said study. Lutein is a carotenoid vitamin whose accumulation in areas near an eye, brain, and in the blood provides the body with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant help. Lutein is associated with Vitamin A. This is just one of many examples of benefits that this superfood can reap to the user.

Additional benefits include lots of vitamins (which can overcome vitamin deficiency) which strengthens the hair. And minerals like potassium that may provide better health to the hair also available in abundant amounts inside this superfood. There is a reason many are opting for using Avocado daily instead of creams or oils.

Final words

Avocados should be part of the diet no matter what, but it is important that one uses it, especially if there are any symptoms of hair loss persisting presently or in the near future.