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Vegetables for Eyelash Growth

• Spinach – This vegetable is a nutrient powerhouse and lash-friendly in so many ways. It is classified as a dark leafy green, and it provides an abundance of iron, which is critical for hair health. A cup of boiled spinach, for instance, provides 35 percent of your daily recommended amounts of the mineral. Spinach also offers vitamin B12 and B6 for hair health, where one cup gives you 26 and 22 percent of your daily requirements of the said vitamin. Its other offerings include vitamins C and E, antioxidants that assist in iron absorption.

• Carrots – This common cooking superstar contains large amounts of vitamin A and moderate levels of vitamin C. When you eat a half-cup serving of raw carrots, you get more than 200 percent of your daily recommended intake of this the vitamin. As a guide: the brighter the color of the carrot, the higher the nutrient content. Choose from orange, red, or yellow carrots, and juice or cook them if you don’t like them eaten raw.

• Winter squash – Varieties of winter squash can encourage eyelash growth, as this vegetable contains amounts of vitamins A, B, C, and E. There is a rich assortment of hair-healthy nutrient sources of winter squash, including varieties like pumpkin, butternut, sweet potatoes, spaghetti, banana, buttercup, Hubbard, delicate, carnival, zucchini, autumn cups, and yams. Incorporate them in your soups, stews, casseroles, or imply consume them as side dishes or in their entirety, such as the flesh, seeds, and root. When cooking, you can bake, boil, grate, or grill squash. Try to replace pumpkin with winter squash in your everyday cooking.

• Dark green vegetables – Both hair-health agents vitamins C and E are found aplenty in dark greens. Your options are almost limitless, which include romaine, red leaf, butter lettuce, dandelion greens, mustard greens, kale, collards, turnip greens, and bok choy. There’s also broccoli, watercress, and endive. Make sure to source them from clean, preferably organic sources.

Of course, it takes time to nourish, condition, strengthen, and lengthen your lashes. This is why it’s best to combine your dietary efforts with supplementation, where there are eyelash growth products that can combine these nutrients for maximum enhancement with regular use. You can see the effects from a number of weeks of months, with the results varying by individual. Make sure to get the highest quality and purchase only from a reputable brand or manufacturer.