Beta-carotene, a bright red-orange pigment, is found in carrots and oranges. This antioxidant-rich carotenoid becomes vitamin A in the body. Cell renewal and growth require vitamin A.
Iron is essential for red blood cell production, which transports oxygen.
Copper is a trace mineral found in seafood, kale, mushrooms, seeds, goat cheese, and avocado. Sweet potatoes average 0.278 mg Copper per 100g.
Registered nutritionist Rick Hay says vitamin C in sweet potatoes boosts collagen production and the immune system, reducing hair loss and weakening it.
Let's discuss DHT, our favorite androgen. As you know, DHT is synthesized from testosterone and is thought to cause androgen-dependent alopecia.