Flaxseeds for Hair Growth

Flaxseeds for Hair Growth

Today we’re discussing Flaxseeds for Hair Growth!
Flaxseeds are these dark brown seeds.
Once Flaxseed  is an oil or powder, it needs to be stored in the fridge - Otherwise it will be really disgusting.
Flaxseeds are one of the most nutritionally dense foods and contain essential macro and micronutrients including protein, omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, and antioxidants.
It’s also been said that Flaxseed oil is great for helping to prevent cancer, skin ailments, hair loss, brittle/dull hair and curl definition.
There are two types of flax seeds (linseed), a light golden yellow and brown. The brown flax seeds are slightly higher in omega 3 fatty acids.
Flaxseed isn’t readily absorbed by the body - which is why you need to blend them - turn them into a powder, hair oil or a hair gel.
These are my flaxseeds - I'm just going to blend them now, turn them into a powder. 

I also love my smoothies - this is:
  • KALE
  • Mango
  • Kiwi
  • And Greek Yoghurt Smoothie - All of the ingredients in this smoothie are great for hair growth - so I’m adding a little of my Flax seed powder to this.

Another great way to incorporate Flaxseed into your hair care
  • Add a tablespoon of ground flaxseed to your hot or cold breakfast cereal.
  •  Add a teaspoon of ground flaxseed to mayonnaise or mustard when making a sandwich.
  • Mix a tablespoon of ground flaxseed into an 8-ounce container of yogurt. 

Bake flaxseed into cookies, muffins, breads and other baked goods.

Flaxseed is a fantastic source of b vitamins these are a group of nutrients that are known for encouraging healthy normal hair growth and keeping your hair healthy and potentially helping your hair to grow at a faster rate.

Vitamin e is extremely useful in helping to reduce the effects of free radicals on the scalp and this in turn helps to promote healthy hair growth then we're going to need half a cup of honey I'm going to be putting in just a little bit less honey I'm going to putting in about a third of a cup because I don't like things too sweet. I want to keep my blood sugar level on the right side of heaven if you know what I  mean.

Honey as well as helping the entire mixture stick together honey is rich in
lots of minerals and vitamins and some bloggers and vloggers and beauty
therapists say that honey helps to promote healthy normal hair growth.

Next up you'll need three tablespoons of brewer's yeast so you may never have
heard of brewer's yeast it's actually a dietary supplement made from microscopic fungi brewer's yeast makes a fantastic addition in our snack because it's so rich in vitamins b1 b5 b8 b9 and lots of minerals.

Hair is made up of a rough protein called keratin and vitamin b is essential for the synthesis of keratin brewer's yeast can also be added to soups and salad just by sprinkling it on top.
Then we need half a cup of peanut butter, peanuts are some of the most nutritionally dense foods on the planet they are packed with minerals
phosphorus, manganese, copper, zinc, magnesium, iron, selenium potassium.

Peanuts are rich in vitamin b6 and vitamin e niacin riboflavin thiamine, folate pantothenic acid chlorine and peanuts are also rich in monounsaturated fatty acids they help to lower the bad cholesterol and increase good cholesterol in the blood.

Now we're going to mix in half a cup of dark chocolate dark chocolate is rich in antioxidants which help to fight off free radicals as you might already know free radicals are molecules that are unpaired and when they're kind of bouncing around your entire system they could be causing damage to your cells and to your organs to your skin to your hair follicles that's why antioxidants are so good in fighting back against these free  radicals so dark chocolate is rich in

Check out it really works vitamins if you're on your own hair growth journey.


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