Benefits of Fruits for Our Tresses

Benefits of Fruits for Our Tresses – Honeydew


 

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Yummy Honeydew

 

Hello My Dears,

Hope all is well with you and your family.

Our next post is about a very well known fruit on our Mainland, Honeydew.

Lets see what health benefits this fruit contains:

Honeydew – NaturallyCurly.com 

“Deficiencies in folic acid can cause hair loss, so it is vital to hair growth that you consume folic acid in your diet. Honeydew melons contain folic acid.”

Promotes Hair Growth – HealthBeckon.com 
“Melons, particularly, cantaloupes are a good source of beta carotene which is converted to vitamin A inside the body. This vitamin A is vital for healthy hair and normal hair growth.”

Skin and Hair – MedicalNewsToday.com
“Vitamin A contributes to the growth and maintenance of all tissues in the body, including those in the skin and hair. Vitamin C enables the body to produce collagen, which provides structure to cells, skin, and hair. A 2019 review found that a range of minerals and vitamins may play a role in promoting hair growth and preventing hair loss.”

“Many are present in various amounts in cantaloupe, such as: Vitamins A, C, and E, B Vitamins, Folate, Iron, Selenium, Zinc.”

For sure one fruit you want to enjoy if you can find in your local supermarket.

 A HUGE THANK YOU TO: NaturallyCurly.com, HealthBeckon.com and MedicalNewsToday.com.

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Next time you see some Honeydew Fruit, make sure to try some.

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Thank you for visiting & Till Next Time.

Isle of Azure

 

 

 

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