A Natural Energy Boost
Put down the energy drink! Those things are nothing but caffeine and sugar. If you are eating regular meals but still feel tired, it may be that your diet lacks in B vitamins.
Nutrients like thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, biotin, and folate are directly responsible for converting the food you eat into usable energy.
Eggs contain a lot of B vitamins. Eating an egg with your morning meal is a great way to make sure you can actually use all the fuel you put in your body. But don’t feel like you have to restrict eggs to breakfast. They can be a great pick-me-up with any meal, and reduce your dependence on energy drinks.
Faster Hair Growth
Those aforementioned B vitamins also contribute to healthy hair growth. Biotin deficiency is often linked to hair loss, and biotin may be used to help counteract excessive shedding of hairs.
B-vitamins in general assist in the creation of red blood cells, which are necessary to move oxygen and nutrients to the scalp and hair follicles. Therefore, enough B vitamins are necessary for the growth of strong healthy hair.
The next time you get a bad haircut, you might want to start eating more eggs in order to grow it out as quickly as possible!