Vitamins

Vitamins

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Here is a brief overview of all the benefits of DabaHair ™ vitamins

  • THE A-TOCOPHEROL OR VITAMIN E
  • VITAMIN B2
  • NIACINA
  • VITAMIN B6
  • FOLIC ACID
  • B12 VITAMIN
  • BIOTINA
  • PANTOTHENIC ACID
  • IRON
  • ZINC
  • L-TYROSINE
  • INOSITOL
  • COLLAGEN
  • FO-TI (ROOT POWDER)
  • PABA
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Reactivates hair natural growth

Here is a brief overview of all the benefits of DabaHair ™ vitamins

  • THE A-TOCOPHEROL OR VITAMIN E
  • VITAMIN B2
  • NIACINA
  • VITAMIN B6
  • FOLIC ACID
  • B12 VITAMIN
  • BIOTINA
  • PANTOTHENIC ACID
  • CALCIUM
  • IRON
  • ZINC
  • L-TYROSINE
  • INOSITOL
  • COLLAGEN
  • FO-TI (ROOT POWDER)
  • PABA
Health benefits
  • It has advantages in some aspects of our body:
  • Circulatory system
  • Antioxidant properties
  • Ocular properties
  • Prevention of Parkinson’s
  • Cholesterol levels
  • Helps hair growth
  • Avoid dementia in old age

It is a fat-soluble vitamin that acts as an antioxidant at the level of the synthesis of the pigment we have, which is an essential part of the hemoglobin of red blood cells.

Vitamin B2 is necessary for the integrity of the skin, mucous membranes and specially for lacórnea, due to its oxygenating activity.

Your requirement increases according to the calories consumed in the diet. This vitamin is extremely important for the production of energy in the body. Another of its functions is to detoxify the body of harmful substances, in addition to participating in the metabolism of other vitamins.

Vitamin B3, niacin, nicotinic acid or vitamin PP, is a water soluble vitamin. It acts on the cellular metabolism forming part of the coenzyme NAD and NADP. Its derivatives are essential in the energy metabolism of the cell and in the repair of DNA. Among the functions of niacin include the elimination of toxic chemicals from the body and the participation in the production of steroid hormones synthesized by the adrenal gland, such as sex hormones and hormones related to stress. Another fact about nicotinic acid is that it and its derivatives are powerful rubefacients.

  • Pyridoxal phosphate, the metabolically active form of vitamin B6, intervenes in the metabolism of neurotransmitters that regulate mood, and may help, in some people, in cases of depression, stress and changes in the dream.
  • This vitamin increases muscle performance and energy production.
  • It is necessary for the body to properly manufacture antibodies and erythrocytes (red blood cells).
  • It is very important for an adequate absorption of vitamin B12 and magnesium.
  • Relieves nausea, also helps in the tendency to nocturnal muscle spasms, leg cramps and numbness of the extremities.
  • Maintains the functioning of nerve cells since it intervenes in the demyelin formation.
  • It favors the absorption of iron.

Folate is necessary for the production and maintenance of new cells. This is especially important during periods of rapid cell division and growth.

Folate is necessary for DNA replication. Because of this, folate deficiency hinders cell synthesis and division, mainly affecting the bone marrow, a site of rapid cell turnover. Because the synthesis of RNA and proteins is not completely impeded, long or non-regular blood cells called megaloblasts are formed, resulting in megaloblastic anemia.

Adults need folate to produce normal blood cells.

Vitamin B12 (also called cobalamin, because it contains cobalt) is a water-soluble vitamin essential for the normal functioning of the brain, the nervous system and for the formation of blood and various proteins. It is one of the 8 vitamins of group B.

It is normally involved in the metabolism of human body cells, especially in the synthesis and regulation of DNA, as well as in the metabolism of amino acids, fatty acids and carbohydrates.

 

  • It relieves muscle aches, eczema and dermatitis, and also helps fight depression and drowsiness.
  • Often this vitamin is recommended to strengthen nails and skin.
  • The main sources of the vitamin are foods of animal origin (mainly viscera), milk and derivatives, as well as additional 50% yeast from the intestinal microflora.
  • Biotin supplements are often recommended as a natural product to counteract the problem of hair loss in both children and adults. The signs and symptoms of biotin deficiency include hair loss, which progresses to severity when it includes loss of eyelashes and eyebrows. Some shampoos available contain biotin but it is doubtful if they exert any beneficial effect, since biotin is not absorbed through the skin.

 

Vitamin B5 or pantothenic acid is a water-soluble vitamin needed for life. Models identified with skin irritation and loss of hair color could be the result of a severe pantothenic acid deficiency. As a result, the cosmetics industry began to add pantothenic acid to various cosmetic products.

In addition to its role in the construction and maintenance of bones and teeth, calcium also has numerous metabolic functions.

It affects the transport function of cell membranes, acting as a membrane stabilizer.

It also influences the transmission of ions through the membranes, and the release of neurotransmitters. Calcium is required in nerve transmission and in the regulation of heartbeats.

The proper balance of calcium, sodium, potassium and magnesium ions maintains muscle tone and controls nervous irritability.

 

Although it only exists in small amounts in living beings, iron has assumed a vital role in the growth and survival of the same and is necessary not only to achieve adequate tissue oxygenation, but also for the metabolism of most of the cells.

 

 

This collaborates with the proper functioning of the immune system, is necessary for the healing of wounds, intervenes in the perceptions of taste and smell and in the synthesis of DNA.

Zinc deficiency impairs the immune system, generates retardation in growth and can cause hair loss, among others.

 

It is produced in the body of another amino acid, phenylalanine. This other non-essential amino acid that the body produces naturally. This amino acid is responsible for creating melanin, which is the pigment that colors our hair and skin.

Not only is tyrosine good for baldness, it can be used to treat many other health problems, including insomnia, anxiety and depression.

Tyrosine is known to contribute to the reduction in the levels of the stress hormone in the body. Since stress is a major factor in hair loss, tyrosine can prevent alopecia by reducing stress.

 

The inositol is necessary for the good state of the nerve cells and for the metabolism of the lipids, since next to the hill, is responsible for the creation of neurotransmitters and to prevent the lipids from depositing in the liver and favoring their transport and penetration in the cells.

 

Therefore it is necessary for blood circulation because it reduces cholesterol, for the good condition of the skin and hair, for good reproductive capacity, for the good state of the digestive system.

 


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