Can avocado oil help your hair to grow and if so what’s in it that makes it work?
Many sites give a long list of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, omega-3s and other nutrients supposedly in it, and why they are responsible for its beneficial effects. These are all incorrect.
The truth about using avocado oil on your hair is much simpler. First though, a quick correction of the many myths and misinformation online.
Here’s how to use cold pressed oil of avocados as a moisturizer on your face and save money on expensive petrochemical cosmetics.
Also learn why this natural treatment is so good for your skin and how it works against blemishes, blackheads, fine lines and wrinkles.
Avocado oil is a very heat stable cooking oil and ideal for high-temperature frying in your kitchen.
It also tastes great and is full of beneficial monounsaturated fats and other nutrition.
Here’s why it’s worth changing from unhealthy processed oils, like soy and corn, and even the healthier ones like olive oil, to cooking with avocado oil.
Is avocado oil better than olive oil to use for cooking in your kitchen? And should you even be frying with extra virgin olive oil or can this be harmful?
Here are the key differences between these two culinary oils and which one is better and safer for cooking.
Cold pressed avocado oil is one of the few cooking oils extracted directly from the fruit, rather than chemically derived from seeds.
There are 2 ways to take pumpkin seed oil. In capsules, which are more convenient and portable.
Or by the teaspoon from the bottle, which is usually better value and more enjoyable if you like the taste. Remember to keep it in the fridge if you go for this option.
Pumpkin seed oil is best taken just after a meal, rather than on an empty stomach, to improve absorption of both its nutrients and those present in other foods as well.
After breakfast and after dinner would be the ideal time to take pumpkin seed oil. It has a unique and delicious flavor that most people really enjoy.
Black currant oil is a lesser known nutritional oil with many beneficial properties.
Here’s how the gamma linoleic acid and other nutrients in this oil can help treat thinning hair and encourage new growth.
Also ahead, the best dosage for hair loss, skin improvement and other potential benefits of using black currant oil.
Both flax oil and ground flaxseeds have significant nutritional benefits but which one is better for your health?
Here is a comparison of flaxseed oil versus flax meal for omega-3s, lignans, fiber, vitamins, minerals and other nutrients.
The majority of people eating ground flax or taking the oil are doing so because of their very high omega-3 fatty acid content.
There are 2 ways to use flaxseed oil for improving the strength and shine of your hair.
Both of them rely on the high omega-3 alpha linolenic acid content of flaxseeds, which is concentrated even further in the cold pressed oil.
The first and most important is getting more omega-3 fatty acids in your diet.
Many people report greatly improved hair and better health in general with a daily dosage of flax oil taken in a certain way.
Flaxseed oil is the richest natural source of alpha linolenic acid (ALA), comprising over 50% of this essential omega-3 fat for healthy skin.
Unfortunately, ALA consumption has dropped significantly in recent decades. By comparison, most people’s intake of omega-6 fats, like linoleic acid found in vegetable oil, has increased dramatically.
If you want to address skin problems like acne, or a dry and flaky complexion, then flaxseed oil can help remedy this imbalance.
Both flaxseed oil and ground flax can help with weight loss in ways that most people wouldn’t expect and it has nothing to do with dieting.
Ahead is a look at how taking flaxseeds can help suppress appetite, improve metabolism, enhance digestion and increase thermogenic fat burning.
The most important thing to remember when you want to lose weight is do not fall for fad diets that go to extremes. They simply do not work.
Flaxseed oil has many nutritional benefits. There are some potential side effects though and it’s important to take it properly.
Here is a flax oil dosage method based on slow increase to greatly reduce the chances of a negative reaction.
Also ahead, how and when to take it for the best results and a method to work out your own ideal daily intake.