Cheveux : quels compléments choisir ?

Par Juliette Pouyat - Journaliste scientifique Publié le 24/01/2023 Mis à jour le 24/01/2023 Edition Abonné
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Savez-vous que votre alimentation influence la santé de vos cheveux ? Certains nutriments sont en effet essentiels pour avoir des cheveux forts, brillants ou encore pour prévenir leur chute. Pour combler d’éventuels déficits, il est possible de prendre des compléments alimentaires. LaNutrition vous aide à les choisir.

Les cheveux sont essentiellement constitués de protéines, notamment la kératine. Mais ils contiennent également des minéraux et oligoéléments (sélénium, zinc, magnésium, fer, cuivre…), de l’eau, des lipides - issus du sébum du cuir chevelu - et des pigments (mélanine).

Pourquoi l’alimentation est-elle...

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