Foods that could help prevent grey hair is your wellness shot this morning. Did you know that grey or white hair is actually clear hair?? It only looks grey because of the way the light refracts from it. Grey hair can come from age. genetics and stress but also from vitamins and minerals that you may not be getting enough of.
Here are foods you can eat to help with the grey hair;
Eat chickpeas or lentils to get vitamin B9 which helps you retain hair color. Both have some of the highest concentrations of B9.
Marmite is a yeast-extract spread looks like tar and has a unique and powerful odor all its own. According to the USDA, yeast extract tops all foods in folic acid content. One small schmear of Marmite (about 4 grams) packs a whopping 100 micrograms of folic acid, or 25% of your recommended daily allowance.
Spirulina-The highest amount of non-animal-derived copper can be found in spirulina. It's nicer sounding than "pond scum," but that essentially is what it is: A type of blue-green algae that grows naturally in oceans and salty lakes in subtropical climates.
6 Foods to Prevent Gray Hair https://t.co/6oARDawMre— Cynthia Hadnott (@HadnottCynthia) February 26, 2018
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