Citrus, green pepper, red pepper
Richly colored berries
Almonds and other nuts
Dark green leafy vegetables
Red meat and liver
Webb includes richly pigmented berries, such as blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries, in her suggested diet for fighting off hair loss. These nutritional powerhouses are known for their ample supply of vitamin C, and their rich stores of other antioxidants and phytonutrients. “Eating antioxidant-rich foods reduce the symptoms of baldness,” she says.
Almonds and other nuts are rich in healthy essential fatty acids and protein, as well as two other components that help them act as a food remedy for baldness when part of your daily diet, says Koya Webb, a certified personal trainer and holistic nutritionist. “Nuts have vitamin B6, which can help promote healthy hair growth,” she says. “Almonds also have vitamin E, which increases blood flow and can help stimulate the scalp and promote hair growth.” Add this to the heart-health benefits of nuts, and they should become key to your anti-hair-loss diet arsenal.