Turmeric is a spice that improves the burning of fat and improves the body’s own healing powers. From Ayurvedic medicine, it is not indispensable. Confirmed by studies is the positive effect on the hair and hair growth.
Flaxseed contains a large amount of phytoestrogens, they will have a positive effect in combating the androgenic hair loss attributed. The mode of action of plant secondary metabolites can be described as mild. Side effects such as in hormonal preparations are not to be feared. It is now even be agreed that in adults, a quantity that is normally obtained from the diet is relatively harmless and may even be healthy. Of isolated isoflavones (phytoestrogens as supplements) is not recommended.
Grape seed flour has an extreme OPC concentration. The antioxidant capacity of a food can be described by the ORAC value (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity). Grape seed flour is due to its high OPC content is one of the foods with the highest ORAC value: 100,000 .mu.mol TE / 100g. Again, we can go for the hair of a beneficial effect.
In many yogurt ingredients with beneficial properties for hair growth and hair health are included. Specifically, the proteins are important for the preservation of hair health. Important calcium is contained as well as copper and zinc. Abundant also find the important vitamins A, B1, B2, B6 and B12.
1. Put a teaspoon of turmeric powder in a plain yogurt.
2. Place a heaping teaspoon of flaxseed (linseed also) or grape seed flour and mix well.
3. If necessary, Let stand a few minutes so the flax seeds may swell slightly.
3 hairprotection points – of at least 10 per day :-)
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