There aren’t super beard foods. In order to maintain a healthy looking beard, you need to feed your beard. A balance of fat and protein in your diet is one of the main keys to growing facial hair faster and fuller. The hair itself is built mainly of protein, and healthy beard is coated in oils and fats. Therefore, in order to grow well, your facial hair needs both, protein and fats.
The truth is that there are many nutrients that promote beard growth. Some through impacting your hormone levels, others by providing vital beard nutrients to the follicles. Since facial hair growth is almost completely regulated by male hormones (testosterone and DHT), eating foods that increase the levels of these two hormones and increase the bodily utilization of these androgens, is one of the best ways to grow a beard faster naturally.
Let’s clear one thing up here. There’s no magic food that will fix everything beard related. There isn’t a super beard diet. If there was, I’m sure we would all have heard of it by now. Not all hope is lost though. Stuffing your diet with one particular food won’t help you but, a well-balanced diet will improve our chances of growing a great beard.
What your body needs for growth are proper nutrients. Not just one specific food. We need a balanced diet full of vitamins and minerals. Our bodies will run most efficiently when they have the right fuel. In addition, getting rid of the foods that don’t provide many nutrients can be just as beneficial. Those can impede our beard growth.
Now, are there certain nutrients that are more beneficial to beard growth? Certainly. And we will discuss the common vitamins typically found in beard growth supplements. But, all that matters is that you’re getting a good balance of vitamins and minerals. And wouldn’t you know it, foods that are generally healthy (least processed and fresh) for you are going to give you the most nutrients.
Eating clean is the best diet for beard growth. It’s a major factor in improving your bodily health and beard health.