Ayurvedic diet for hair loss
Hair loss is one of the widespread problems common among individuals of every age group. Primarily, it’s the imbalance of pitta dosha that aggravates the problem adversely. To balance the same, it’s important to follow a healthy and balanced diet plan to reduce the severity of the situation. For healthier and stronger hair, it’s important to keep your diet properly managed and balanced to resolve the issue on time. There’s a possibility the condition is temporary, and with the right regimen, the hair loss state can be managed effectively.
Important food to include in your diet plan
Some of the important food that you should include in your diet plan should include zinc, acids, vitamins, and other essential nutrients. Some of the important protein-rich diets you should have are:
- Grains like millet, quinoa, Kamut, polenta, amaranth, and other
- Soaked nuts & seeds
- Seasonal vegetables and fruits
- Some the healthy spices like fennels, saffron, coriander, and are cumin
It’s better that you have high-fiber-rich food to help your body stay healthy and ensure the hair gets all the essential nutrients that it needs.
List of food you should not eat as it increases hair fall
- Spicy and hot fried food with white sugar
- Sour food, junk food
- Preservative food and artificial food
- White flour
Struggling with hair fall?
If your hair fall does not seem to get under control, then it’s better to try out all the natural and effective options as suggested by Ayurveda to help it get in a balanced state. At Ananta Ayurveda, under the supervision of our Ayurvedic practitioner, you will get the most effective plan for your hair fall problem.