Quinoa is considered a Superfood grain, which provides all 8 amino acids, the building blocks of protein and tons of other vitamins and minerals. Though many hair products are made with Quinoa, the best results for fast hair growth are achieved by eating Quinoa a minimum of 2-3x weekly.
The nutrients your body needs for hair growth are scooped up by hair follicles from the bloodstream. Thus healthy circulation is essential for speedy hair growth. Anybody looking to improve their hair should exercise regularly. You don’t have to do a strenuous weight training workout like a Gladiator – just walking two miles per day (about 30 minutes) will do the trick.
Your hair is largely protein, and chia provides a complete protein – containing all essential amino acids in an easily-digested form. Chia seeds are loaded with antioxidants, vitamins, omega-3 oil, fiber and minerals which all work toward strong and shiny hair.
A delicious, high fiber, high nutrition lentil soup recipe made with ham hocks, fresh herbs, carrots, kale and Omega 3 pasta. This is one of the best recipes for lentil soup I’ve ever tasted. But of course I’d say that since I created it! Serves 8 Ingredients: • 2 large smoked ham hocks or 1 […]
Feeling under the weather but kinda hungry, I dug in the refrigerator an hour or so ago and figured out I had ingredients to throw together some soup – leek and potato soup to be exact. Adding garlic, onion, chicken broth, red pepper and tumeric to the soup increases the immune system boosting properties […]
Stress, poor diet, lack of sleep and bad choices in hair handling techniques all contribute to hair damage and lack of length retention. Grow your hair longer by focusing on better nutrition for your hair and body by concentrating on eating these 10 foods.
A staple in the diets of our grandparents and great-grandparents, sweet potatoes and yams really need to make a come-back in modern diets. In addition to being tasty, sweet potatoes provide top nutrition for skin and hair. According to nutritionists at the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), the single most important […]