Margaretz Magik Hair

Organic essential oils are a specialty here at Margaretz Magik, we continue to stock more and more organic hair & skin products, until we open for business. Currently we offering our clients (free samples).  Dec 15, 2016 we will be open to the public – online selling at wholesale pricing. Our oils and natural ingredients are high quality, certified organic oils, and tested and used before put on the market to sell, we will keep adding more organic homemade hair & skin care to our stocks. The quality of the organically hair, and skin has grown tremendously with growing hair, acne issues, dark spots, weight loss, uneven skin tone, hair breakage, and thin edges. Our natural hair & skin line will tackle those areas to help our women, men and children feel and look marvelous with using natural products including fruits. We are studying more on how to help people with hair & skin, because essential oils is on the rise as the new distilleries become more experience in the art and science of distilling essential oils.

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Benefits of Antioxidants

Antioxidants are substances that may protect cells in your body from free radicaldamage that can occur from exposure to certain chemicals, smoking, pollution, radiation, and as a byproduct of normal metabolism. Dietary antioxidants include selenium, vitamin A and related carotenoids, vitamins C and E, plus variousphytochemicals such as lycopene, lutein, and quercetin.

You can find these antioxidants in many different foods that you’re probably eating right now.

There are large amounts of antioxidants in fruits, vegetables, nuts, and whole grainsand smaller amounts of antioxidants in meats, poultry and fish. Junk foods, such as highly processed fast foods tend to be much lower in antioxidants. No surprise.

Health Benefits of Antioxidants

Consuming foods rich in antioxidants may be good for your heart health and may also help to lower your risk of infections and some forms of cancer.

Increase your antioxidant intake by eating more nuts, seeds, legumes, fruits and vegetables.

Antioxidants in Dietary Supplements

Antioxidants are available as dietary supplements, but research doesn’t indicate that these supplements are beneficial. While research supports increasing your intake of dietary sources, the results are not as impressive when the individual antioxidants are extracted and studied alone.

Antioxidant extracts often show remarkable results in laboratory studies (test tubes, lab dishes and sometimes in lab animals), but when they’re used in human clinical trials, the results for disease and death prevention have been disappointing. One exception was the National Eye Institute study of age-related eye disease, which suggested that acombination of antioxidants reduced the risk of developing advanced stages of age-related macular degeneration.

More Is Not Better!

Some antioxidant supplements may be detrimental to your health when taken in large doses and may interact with certain medications. Large amounts of vitamin A supplements may cause birth defects when taken by pregnant women, and may increase your risk of cardiovascular disease and cancer.

Taking large doses of vitamin E (over 400 International Units per day) has been associated with a possible increase in overall mortality. But, this risk doesn’t apply to a typical multivitamin supplement. The amounts of vitamins A and E included in multivitamin tablets are small in comparison.

If you’re thinking about taking larger amounts of any antioxidant supplements, you should speak with a healthcare provider first.