Fish oil has a variety of health benefits. It helps in the reduction of cholesterol in the body but it has not yet been scientifically proven to aid in hair growth. Different researches have been done to help in proving that indeed fish oil is beneficial to hair growth.
Some researches that support fish oil as a hair growth benefit include;
- According Organifacts.net, fish oil contains omega-3 fatty acids that provide proteins and nutrients for hair follicles that support growth of healthy hair. It also aids in the prevention of hair loss thus adding luster and shine to your hair.
- According also to healthy-oil-planet.com, consumption of fish oil reduces inflammation of hair follicles thus also preventing and reducing hair loss.
- According to omega-3-fish-oil-wonders.com, fish oil omega-3 fatty acids contain properties that aid in hair growth. According to this website, one must improve his/her diet by using fish oil in order to have healthy hair that is shiny. It also recommends a dosage for 3 to 6 grams per day for a month.
- According to an article at ezinearticles.com, by not consuming fish oil you slow the growth of hormones that aid in hair growth.
- According to 3fatchicks.com, one is required to have proper nutrition in order to nourish his/her hair follicles for shinier and stronger hair.
- All this are just researches conducted by different researchers that agree that actually fish oil is important or aids in the growth of hair. Some researchers have concluded that the aroma of fish oils cannot be used in products of hair.
- Most research done concludes that by consuming fish oil which contains omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins can help your hair be healthy and strong. One must at least 3-6grams of fish oil per day for a month.
One will not be able to see the changes immediately but after one month, you will realize that your hair is extra long, shiny and strong. It is a 50/50 probability chance that fish oil can indeed help in the growth of hair but there are no scientific studies that prove this hypothesis.
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