Loaded with proteins and vitamin E quinoa helps for natural hair growth, because vitamin E take care of your production of natural oils. Hydrolyzed quinoa is often used in hair care products. It improves the quality by protecting your follicles and it also strengthens your hair shaft.
Quinoa contains many essential amino acids to repair hair and stimulate growth. It works great to treat dandruff due to important minerals like calcium, iron and phosphorus. The tyrosine in quinoa helps to produce melanin which is responsible for hair color.
Because it is a complete protein and contains all of the essential 8 amino acids, hydrolyzed quinoa has an enhanced ability to assist in the repair, protection and conditioning of your hair. Hair treated with hydrolyzed quinoa is stronger and is less damaged.
I'm sure you've already read a lot about the many healthy benefits of quinoa: gluten-free, hight protein, hypoallergenic, low carbs and low glycemic index, making it an ideal food for diabetics and vegetarians. This grain is a great choice for nutritious recipes, even for weight loss.
Recently this lovely seed is discovered by the cosmetic industry to use in their products. Research has shown that hydrolyzed quinoa repairs hair and even promotes hair growth. This great grain also protects your hair.
Consumption of quinoa on a regular basis gives your hair a shiny look. It provides nourishment to your cells including our hair follicles, which is essential for our hair growth. It is also needed for a healthy nervous system and for the formation of red blood cells which promotes hair growth.
The minerals of quinoa like calcium, iron and phosphorus make dandruff disappear and ensure healthy hair grow. Quinoa also seals split ends and the vitamin E in this grain reduces the breakage due to tangling. Finally it helps to maintain your original hair color.