Sweet potatoes are edible roots that contain a high amount of different nutrients. These nutrients are important for hair growth, including B vitamins, potassium, vitamin C, and zinc. 

Nature is truly the best medicine! Look at all the things sweet potatoes do for your hair and skin:

Sweet potato contains beta-carotene, which is converted into Vitamin A. Vitamin A is necessary for cell production and growth. When I began losing my hair, my doctor increased my Vitamin A supplement and suggested I eat foods high in Vitamin A. It took a few weeks, but now I have new hair growth on my head! Vitamin A is also a natural antioxidant; it neutralizes the free radicals present in our body and promotes the growth of new healthy cells for both skin and hair. 

Sweet potatoes also contain vitamin C, which is vital in the production of collagen. Collagen is the main component in the skin and other connective tissues, including hair and nails.

They are also rich in potassium, which moisturizes the skin and helps keep it healthy.

The iron content in the sweet potato increases hemoglobin production, which in return increases oxygen in the body and prevents hair loss.

The copper present in sweet potato is an excellent weapon against hair loss. This study proves it.

Sweet potatoes also contains vitamin B6 and B12—an excellent environment for hair growth and hair follicle repair. These vitamins also increases the blood flow to the scalp and provides adequate nourishment to the hairs.

Other reasons to enjoy sweet potatoes:

• Contains ample amounts of anthocyanins, B vitamins, vitamin C, potassium, and other minerals. 
• Powerful antioxidants (anti-aging properties)

In summary, sweet potato is considered an underrated root. It contains a considerable amount of nutrients like beta-carotene, iron, copper, magnesium, potassium, and vitamin B6, B12. It aids healthy skin cell growth, anti-aging, hair growth, prevents hair thinning, reduces the dullness in hair, and also controls high blood pressure.

Be sure to make sweet potato a part of your diet if you experience hair loss!