Want Thicker, Fuller Hair? Biotin-Rich Foods You Should Be Eating Every Day

What if you could save some money and get longer hair? 






Biotin is a water-soluble B vitamin that your body needs to obtain from food. Deficiency is rare and can be avoided by eating biotin-rich foods.



Biotin supplements are also available, but most people can get all of the biotin they need by adding these four foods to their diet.



Biotin and the other B-complex vitamins are necessary for the efficient functioning of your nervous system. They also ensure healthy eyes, liver, skin, and hair. In addition, adding biotin may decrease shedding and help your hair grow longer and stronger.



So save money on groceries while getting longer hair by adding with these four foods. 




Avocados are best known as a good source of folate and unsaturated fats, but they’re also rich in biotin.
A medium avocado (200 grams) contains at least 1.85 mcg of biotin. Avocados can be eaten raw, mashed onto toast, stirred into guacamole, and or sliced.

Sweet Potatoes 

Sweet potatoes can be baked or microwaved until soft. You can also peel, boil, and mash them. What about switching to sweet potato fries the next time you are ordering out? 

 Black eyed Peas 

Black-eyed peas contain antioxidants and minerals which protects you from free radicals that can damage your hairs and can cause hair fall.

Egg Yolks

Eggs are full of B vitamins, protein, iron, and phosphorus. The yolk an especially rich source of biotin. A whole, cooked egg (50 grams) provides approximately 10 mcg of biotin or about a 1/3 of your daily nutritional value.

Eggs can be hard-boiled, scrambled, or used to make baked goods like muffins or waffles

Here are a few recipes that will get you started growing and glowing from the inside out. 


Black Eyed Peas Sweet Potato Salad
Southern Sweet Potato and Black Eyed Pea Stew
Potato, Egg, and Avocado Hash


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