A diet that prevents hair from turning white!
Many middle-aged and elderly people are worried about their growing white hair.
Li Changping, a nutritionist at Beijing Hospital, said in an interview that there are many reasons for whitening hair, but malnutrition caused by low intake of staple food and protein is a very important factor.
The factor determining the color of the hair is the amount of pigment particles in the hair, which is related to the development and growth of the pigmented cells of the nipple.
The hair turns from black to white. Generally, the pigment cells of the hair decline in function. When the pigmentation is completely unable to produce pigment particles, the hair becomes completely white.
Normal people start to age 35 years old, hair pigment cells begin to decline.
However, if it is not well protected, the black hair may turn into white hair in advance.
The ancients said, “Being in the blood” means that the hair grows and falls off, moistens and withered, mainly depends on the kidney’s recharge and the liver’s blood.
Do not eat or eat rice and other staple foods, will inevitably hurt the spleen and stomach, but also hurt the liver and kidney.
When the young and middle-aged people are full of blood and blood, the hair grows fast and shiny. When it is old and weak, the blood is weak and the hair becomes white and dry. The direct cause is the lack of nutrition provided by the spleen and stomach.of.
Li Changping said that the grains are rich in starch, sugar, protein, various vitamins and some trace elements (such as copper), and the meat is rich in meat protein, which is necessary to keep a black shiny hair.nutrient content.
In the elderly, if the staple food and meat intake are insufficient, it often causes the hair to become gray and white.
So how do you prevent whitening of your hair?
Li Changping said that middle-aged and elderly people can often eat staple foods such as purple rice, black beans, red beans, green beans, red lings, black sesame seeds, walnuts, etc., and also eat black-bone chicken, beef and mutton, pig liver, soft-shelled turtle, dark-skinned fish.Meat, such as sea cucumbers and sea cucumbers.
In addition, middle-aged and elderly people often eat carrots, spinach, purple radish head, purple cabbage, mushrooms, black fungus and so on.
In short, all dark foods contain pigments that are good for the maintenance of hair color.