Zama´Hair is a unique blend of nutrients selected to promote the growth of the healthiest hair possible, which comprise our body’s largest organ system—the Integumentary System—the only system where tissues never stop growing. Due to this, the Integumentary System has a vast nutrient requirement, which in most cases is impossible to meet from even the healthiest diet.
ZAMA´HAIR IS FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN
Zama Hair combines nutrients specifically designed to support and maintain the growth of healthy hair,. The supplement include Calcium, Silica and Biotin. Results are seen within a month on most users who are both men and women. Our nails and skin also benefit from the goodness of this unbelievable supplement.
Even though the appearance of our hair, skin and nails does not directly affect our health, but one’s appearance does affect how an individual may feel each day and the way we feel has a lot of influence in our life success or failure, and also in our health.
Zama´Hair Include these main components:
Silica is one of the most abundant minerals in the world. All of our joint tissue, hair, skin, nails, and every fiber of muscle contains silica. The health, look and feel of your hair, skin, and nails depends largely on how much silica is present.
The production of the specialized proteins that make up our hair, skin and nails requires high levels of Biotin. Biotin has long been the first choice of experts when hair, skin or nail tissues require nutritional support.
Biotin is a coenzyme and a B vitamin, also known as vitamin H. As a supplement, biotin is sometimes used for diabetes, brittle nails, and other conditions.
What is the role of biotin?
Biotin plays a key role in the body. It supports the health of the skin, nerves, digestive tract, metabolism, and cells. Biotin may also help to treat some types of nerve pathology, such as the peripheral neuropathy that can result from kidney failure or diabetes.
Biotin supplements have been studied as a treatment for a number of conditions. In people with type 2 diabetes, early research suggests that a combination of biotin and chromium might improve blood sugar. On its own, biotin might decrease insulin resistance and nerve symptoms related to type 2 diabetes. More research needs to be done. Some preliminary evidence suggests that biotin might help strengthen brittle nails. Other uses of biotin — for conditions like cradle cap, hepatitis, hair loss, and depression — are unsupported or untested.
Can you get biotin naturally from foods?
Biotin occurs naturally in many foods. Wheat germ, whole-grain cereals, whole wheat bread, eggs, dairy products, nuts, Swiss chard, salmon, and chicken are all sources of biotin. The biotin in food is usually attached to protein and has relatively poor absorption.
What are the risks of taking biotin?
Side effects. Biotin seems to be safe and well tolerated, even at fairly high levels.
Risks. If you have any medical conditions — or are pregnant or breastfeeding — check with a doctor before using biotin supplements. Don’t give biotin to a child unless a pediatrician recommends it.
Signs and symptoms
Signs of overt biotin deficiency include hair loss and a scaly red rash around the eyes, nose, mouth, and genital area. Neurologic symptoms in adults have included depression, lethargy, hallucination, and numbness and tingling of the extremities. The characteristic facial rash, together with unusual facial fat distribution, has been termed the “biotin deficient facies” by some investigators. Individuals with hereditary disorders of biotin metabolism resulting in functional biotin deficiency often have similar physical findings as well as evidence of impaired immune system function and increased susceptibility to bacterial and fungal infections.
This information is provided to supplement the care provided by your physician. It is neither intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new treatment or with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.
DISCLAIMER: This information is intended for educational purposes. Zama Hair is in no way liable for the use of this information and makes no warranty or guarantee as to its accuracy.