9 Superfoods to eat for beard growth!

9 Superfoods to eat for beard growth!

Male hormones, as well as nutrients like biotin, influence beard growth in males. Maintaining a balanced diet that aids in hormonal balance and delivers essential nutrients would thus be a natural way to boost beard development.

You've probably heard the expression "you are what you eat." Your beard is, too.  As you are undoubtedly aware, your diet has a significant role in your general health and well-being. It's the same thing with your hair and beard. As you may know, we at The Beard Story are dedicated to the cause of awesome macho beards; thus, we've listed 10 superfoods that you should eat for healthy beard growth, based on some research and science:

1] Peanuts

Nuts are high in niacin, folic acid, and biotin, which are directly responsible for the formation of hair fibers. Peanuts are a cheap and healthful food that is wonderful in any form, from peanut butter to unsalted whole peanuts. Peanut butter, whole, and roasted or boiled peanuts are the best options (avoid the salt, though)

2] Potatoes
Potatoes are a great gluten-free carbohydrate resource. It is one of those foods that promote the creation of natural DHT and testosterone. Regular potato eating will also aid men with patchy beards. There are several methods to prepare potatoes, including boiled, fried, and combined with other vegetables. Eat them with your meal at least once a day

3] Cinnamon
Cinnamon is beneficial. The simple dal-cheeni, as it is known locally, is one of those condiments you should be eating more of. It is packed with antifungal, antibacterial, and antimicrobial qualities. Cinnamon enhances the body's heat quotient, which stimulates hair growth and keeps the beard strong and nourished by increasing the circulation of oxygen-rich blood to the hair roots. On an empty stomach, enjoy with honey and warm water first thing in the morning.

4] Bell Pepper
Capsaicin, the principal component of bell peppers, has been proven to be an excellent healing agent that, like cinnamon, promotes circulation to the hair roots and keeps it in good rejuvenating condition. Salads and sandwiches are the best ways to enjoy it (with apple cider vinegar and olive oil)

5] Spinach
Spinach, in all of its incarnations, from palak wali daal to the ubiquitous palak paneer, is one of our favorite leafy vegetables. Spinach is high in Vitamin A, Folic Acid, Iron, Vitamin C, and Beta Carotene in all of its forms. All of these powerful ingredients work together to keep the skin, scalp, and beard hydrated, healthy, and vibrant. It's best to drink it as a juice or in a smoothie.

6] Pumpkin Seeds
Zinc is abundant in unhusked, unsalted pumpkin seeds. Zinc is a potent micronutrient that is one of the most important components of hair development, according to scientists. It's best eaten dry, unhusked, and whole at any time of day.

7] Oranges
Oranges contain natural nutrients like  Vitamin C and thyroid activity-promoting chemicals, which aid in beard growth. Oranges can be consumed raw or made into juice. Some people mix them into their fruit salad as well.

8] Raisins
Boron found in raisins boosts testosterone and DHT levels. Raisins can be consumed dry or soaked in water to promote beard formation. They work well together in Indian desserts like kheer and halwa.

9] Macadamia
Nuts Fatty acids are rich in macadamia nuts. As a result, they aid in the development of testosterone levels, which promotes beard growth in men. In the evening, macadamia nuts can be consumed as chips with a cup of tea or coffee.

As much as these superfoods help you to enhance and maintain your natural beard growth, it is also very important to know if or not you have natural beard hair follicles. One such scientific condition commonly seen is known as Alopecia, known for obstructing the growth of natural hair follicles. It is important to differentiate whether or not your beard growth is stunted due to a lack of nutrients or due to such scientific conditions.

To know more about Alopecia, stay tuned to our website.