In grape seed extract you find the so-called OPC, which is repeatedly mentioned in the context of the fight against hair loss. OPC is an antioxidant effective plant material and acts on the skin, the eyes, the immune system and even on the hormonal balance. Already in the 1950s, the substance in France has been approved as a drug. OPC stands for „oligomeric procyanidins“ from the family of polyphenols.It is believed that positive effect is also applied to hair growth. Japanese studies showed that OPC can accelerate the cell proliferation of the hair follicle.Good natural OPC sources are: apples and red grapes, cherries and plums, berries, rhubarb, beans, peanuts, barley, and millet, black and green tea, cocoa.If you want to give the maximum OPC force, which we use. The consumption of grape seed flour This has an extreme 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.1 heaped teaspoon of grape seed flour
3 hairprotection points – of at least 10 per day :-)
Moreover, it is quite cheap (about 9 euros per kilogram) to have and can easily mix in yogurt or cereal.
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