1New approach to home remedies for hair growth –

Home remedies for hair growth tend to be predictable. From eggs to eggplant, anything and everything are said to have beneficial effects on the hair. This is why we’re going to take another route. First, we need to set the record straight – all external applications from soap to shampoo to oil to conditioner work largely on the external surface of the hair to make it look shiny or tangle-free.

More so, such application cannot enter the root of the hair and make it grow faster and what we generally refer to as growth is intuitively the hair line and the density of hair. Growth rate depends on nutrition and overall health too. With this in mind, we present some of the best tried and tested home remedies for hair growth. You’ll find that they’re easy to follow and you’ve probably never thought about some before.

Protein –

Protein Rich Foods
As you would know, hair is made up of a protein called keratin. It follows that a protein-deficient diet can lead to poor hair growth. As a thumb rule, we need to consume nearly 1 gram of protein per kilo of body weight every day. A glass of milk or an egg gives you less than 10 grams of protein and a serving of cereal gives you less than 3 grams.

You should think about adding more protein-rich foods into your daily diet. It’s not difficult to substitute the empty carbs and fats you may regularly snack on with stuff like peanut butter, protein bars, meat, almond, yogurt, sprouts, oats, fish and so on. Not only will you have better hair, you’ll find your body looking a bit more toned too.