Edamame Edamame boasts an abundance of Phytoestrogen genistein, a compound that fights alopecia and nurtures hair growth.
Eggs Eggs come with high-protein content and biotin, strengthening and nurturing hair growth. Hair follicles are primarily made up of protein follicles
Spinach Although spinach didn't do much for the bald sailor, Popeye, the cruciferous vegetable, supplies iron into your bloodstream, transporting oxygen and assisting in moisturizing your roots.
Pumpkin Pumpkin serves more benefits than being a tasty treat during spooky season or flavoring your favorite coffee. The superfood contains beta-carotene, like sweet potatoes
Walnuts Most nuts carry essential nutrients for hair growth, but walnuts are slightly superior to other nuts. In addition to holding Vitamin E and omega fats that both replenish dry hair
Avocados Here we have the green superfood, which goes bad as quickly as a 90s sitcom. If you catch an avocado before it spoils, you'll find a calorie-dense fruit that strengthens hair follicles and reduces hair loss.