DELICIOUS NUTRITION FOR AN INCREDIBLE HEAD OF HAIR.
For anyone suffering from hair loss, who wants to achieve longer, thicker hair.
Take before and after a hair transplant to improve the body’s supply of nutrients.
More potent vitamins than ordinary multis! It contains potent bio-available nutrients to fuel your cells!
A Complete Liquid Nutrient System – without swallowing a boatload of pills!
FOLLIONE LIQUID NUTRITION IS A DELICIOUS WAY TO INVIGORATE YOUR BODY’S SUPPLY OF HAIR-CRITICAL NUTRIENTS.
Give your hair the essential vitamins, amino acids, minerals, and protein it needs for normal growth (after all, hair is primarily made up of protein!).
Mix the delicious formula with fruit for an easy smoothie, or simply enjoy the flavor of this drink all on its own! As long as you consume Liquid Nutrition once a day, you’re providing your body with exactly what it needs to promote hair growth.
Get healthy hair with vitamins and powerful plant extracts that have been used by people all over the world to reduce baldness and enhance hair growth!
Provide your hair with a daily supply of vitamins, protein, and natural extracts that can help you grow the normal length of hair that comes from good nutrition.
Don’t accept your current condition! Do something about it, and get the hair-critical nutrition you need as well as the boost in confidence you deserve.
CLINICALLY PROVEN INGREDIENTS
With our experience mixed with our labs expertise in the latest ingredients, science, and technology, we knew we could deliver the best performing active ingredients on the market.
We don’t simply fluff our way thru our label. Our formulas have high concentrations of active ingredients, which helps give you the best and promised results.
FREE FROM HARSH CHEMICALS
Choosing hair loss products that are free from harsh chemicals can help to reduce the number of chemicals that come into contact with your scalp.
Let’s take a closer look at the unique blend of natural ingredients used to grow your hair fuller, stronger, and better!
Amino Acid Blend
Hair is made primarily of a protein called keratin. Hair keratin is formed from 16 amino acids, which become ‘keratinized’ (they form keratin) in the scalp, before hair emerges from the scalps surface.
Your hair needs amino acids to be sent to the scalp to form keratin and grow hair. So you might assume that by consuming loads of amino acids you could increase your hair growth, make your hair thicker and even stop hair loss. Although it’s not quite as simple as that, you can improve the health of your hair substantially and quickly by consuming high doses of some key amino acids.
The water-soluble vitamins, mainly vitamin C and the B-complex, are removed from the body by the kidneys and need to be replenished on a daily basis. While all of the B-vitamins are necessary to maintain peak health. Cobalamin (vitamin B12), biotin (vitamin B7) and niacin (vitamin B3), have been singled out as contributing to sleek, healthy hair. Signs of a vitamin B deficiency include feelings of tiredness and/or weakness, together with a tendency to bruise easily. You may also notice that your hair is not growing as fast as you are used to. Another nutrient that promotes hair health is vitamin C. Deficiency in vitamin C is associated with dry hair and split ends. When your body creates energy from the food you eat, it produces chemicals called free radicals. These high-energy molecules wreak havoc on hair and skin. Vitamin C reduces the formation of free radicals and thus helps preserve the health of your hair.
These vitamins are retained in your body’s fat stores and do not need to be replenished every day. However, because they are being accumulated in your body, it is possible for them to reach toxic levels if they are regularly consumed in large quantities.
While it is difficult to reach dangerous levels from the diet, this is a potential hazard if you take too many in the form of supplements. For this reason, it is a good idea to follow the dosage instructions on the packaging.
Iron, calcium, magnesium and zinc are all minerals that we need to consume in tiny amounts. When we do, they are not in their elemental, metallic state. Have you ever tried to take a bite out of the zinc table in the dining room? Before they are useful for human consumption, these minerals peel off an electron or two to become positively-charged ions.
Iron Iron deficiency, a condition known as anemia, is a major cause of hair loss. Iron is essential for the healthy growth of hair follicles. Red meat is a good source of iron, as are non-meat foods such as lentils and soybeans. Remember, vitamin C helps boost iron absorption so be sure to eat a leafy green salad or fruit alongside your roast beef, marinated steak or nut cutlet.
Calcium Available in dairy products and green, leafy vegetables such as kale, calcium is another mineral required to maintain healthy hair. Structural elements of the cell membranes in hair follicles rely on signals from this important nutrient in order to function properly.
Magnesium Residing in the same group as calcium in the Periodic Table of the Elements, this trace mineral is necessary to balance the calcium ingested as dietary supplements and hence has a key role to play in the growth of healthy hair.
Zinc Like magnesium and calcium, zinc is another essential mineral. In the watery environment inside the cell, it sheds a pair of electrons to acquire a net positive charge of 2. The presence of adequate amounts of zinc in your body is required for the division of cells in your hair follicles.
This product contains over 72 ionic trace minerals in varying trace amounts as found in seawater, including those listed above as well as the following: calcium, silicon, selenium, phosphorus, iodine, chromium, manganese, iron, copper, molybdenum, zinc, vanadium.
Super Green Blend
Ginseng Panax C.A. Meyer, Lutein, Alfalfa nutted, Broccoli extract, Lecithin, Spirulina, Green Tea extract, Grape Seed extract OPC 95%, Noni extract, Cranberry extract, Gull Berry extract, Raspberry Ketones, Acerola Cherry extract, Bilberry Fruit extract, Acai extract, Pomegranate extract, Citrus, Lycopene, CoQ10, Ginkgo Biloba, Aloe Vera
Polygonum Multiorum Root 10:1 extract
Polygonum multiflorum is a plant root which grows in the central and southern regions of China, Japan, Taiwan and certain parts of North America. Polygonum multiflorum root is used in Chinese medicine for a wide range of health conditions. Recent research studies also support its effectiveness in treating hair loss.
Pueraria Lobata 20:1 extract
Extracts from the root of Pueraria mirifica are claimed by mainstream medical researchers, medical physicians as a “Fountain of Youth” that manifest properties contributory to rejuvenescence – re-grows hair / strengthens and darkens existing ones, helps improve complexion and reverses wrinkle effects, alleviates cataract problems, increases energy and vigor leading to more reflexive bodily movements, etc.
Epilobium Parviflorum 20:1 extract
It is recommended to use during urinary tract infections, also acts as an anti-inflammatory and antiseptic is therefore recommended during infection of the reproductive system as well in women. Infusions also well suited for skin problems such as acne, seborrhoea, psoriasis or hair loss, not only for drinking but also as a poultice. Extracts from Epilobium parviflorum also act detoxicating, strengthen blood vessels and have an effect on a disorder of androgen.
Mechanism of action: Flavonoids have anti oxidative and anti-inflammatory properties, seals the blood vessels, and diuretics. Tannins performing largely roles antiseptic, antibacterial function. Phytosterols exhibit antioxidant to neutralize free radicals, resulting in anti-cancer function. They stop the development tumors of colon, stomach, lung, prostate. This process consists mainly of inhibition of the formation of new blood vessels.
Saw Palmetto extract 25%
Numerous studies have shown saw palmetto to reduce levels of dihydrotestosterone – the main hormone thought to be responsible for hair loss. As an extract from Serenoa repens – a fruit – it’s a natural hair loss treatment that has a similar mechanism of action to prescription hair loss drugs like Propecia. So if you’re suffering from hair loss but experience side effects from the prescription solutions, this herbal medicine may be a viable and effective alternative.
Gymnema Sylvestre extract 75%
The ayurvedic herb Gymnema sylvestre is used in traditional medicine to control blood sugar levels and curb carbohydrate cravings (uncontrollable urges for sugary products). In one study, Gymnema supplementation reduced glucose excretion in urine and blood sugar in 85% of insulin-dependent (type 1) diabetics (Shanmugasundaram, ERB, et al “Use of Gymnema sylvestre leaf extract in the control of blood glucose in insulin dependent diabetes mellitus” Journal of Ethnopharmacology 30: 281-294, 1990). In another study, Gymnema lowered fasting blood glucose levels and the insulin requirements of type I diabetics without causing hypoglycaemia in non-diabetic controls. After two weeks’ supplementation, Gymnema also significantly reduced postprandial glycaemia (after a meal) and levels of glycated haemoglobin (a marker of glycation levels caused by excess blood sugar). Gymnema also decreased the level of medication needed to control blood sugar in type II (non-insulin dependent) diabetics.
Even more significantly, Gymnema sylvestre improves the functionality, and seems to increase the number, of insulin-producing bêta cells in the pancreas. It’s the only known substance to have such a regenerating effect, making it the product of choice for regulating glucose metabolism.
r-Alpha Lipoic acid
R-Alpha lipoic acid (RALA) is the naturally occurring form of lipoic acid, a nutrient present in every cell of the body, essential to chemical reactions that allow the body to produce energy.* The body produces very little alpha lipoic acid and it is difficult to obtain sufficient quantities through diet alone.
Lipoic acid has been called “a universal antioxidant” because it’s effective as an antioxidant in water-based environments, such as blood, yet its reduced metabolite, dihydrolipoic acid (DHLA), is also effective in protecting fatty tissues and membranes.*
The “R” form is considered the biologically active form, identical to that produced by the body. Unlike other forms of lipoic acid, RALA is bioavailable and more stable in the body.
Orange-flavored Liquid Hair nutrition
healthy, fast-growing, strong and great-looking hair
WHAT TO EXPECT
Nutrients need time to build up in your system for full effectiveness.
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