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Natural Beauty with Avocado and Fenugreek

Text and image contributed by Organic Advocate and Breathe Brand Manager - Ammon Maloney

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When I contemplate the idea of the old saying "you are what you eat" it has a far deeper meaning for me now than ever before. The journey with food and nourishment extends itself to the products and things we apply to our skin and hair and what we feed our body orally and dermally.

The 4 Laws of Natural Hair Care

Contributed by Anel Hamersma and Renee Nicolai

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Renee Nicolai calls herself a Natural Hairdresser.

“But what does that actually mean?” I ask over tea. “Natural… how?” We’re sitting in her garden in Plumstead where streams of women come to see her. Some have even dubbed her the “Hair Whisperer”. She laughs uproariously when I mention it.

“It’s really not that difficult to go natural. Actually, anyone can do it,” she says. “Natural hair-care is an approach to hair. There are a couple of simple laws you need to follow, and if you do the condition of your hair will improve dramatically. The First Law is: you have to accept it.

Top 4 foods for healthy hair this winter!

Compiled by Lela

Here at Shoporganic.co.za we are all about natural products and lifestyle and that includes what we put into our bodies, not just what we put ON them! For hair which has a natural shine, does not develop split ends and is soft and hydrated without being limp, we can certainly find wonderful products to use but we also need to pay attention to what we put on our plate.

Here, in no particular order, are our Top 4 foods to eat this winter to keep your hair lustrous and healthy from the inside out:

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Number One: Eggs
One of the easiest meals to prepare when one is short on time or ideas, eggs contain a whole array of nutrients among which are the amino acid  tryptophan, the trace minerals selenium and iodine, the minerals molybdenum, phosphorus, iron and zinc,  the vitamins B2(riboflavin), B5(pantothenic acid), B7(biotin), B12, choline and Vitamin D, as well as the carotenoids luitein and zeaxanthin.

Catnip for Cats...and Dogs??

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Many of us that are cat lovers have interesting stories to tell of our cats behaviour in the 'presence' of catnip. And many of us think that that is where the story of catnip and its uses begins and ends. However, if we take a closer look at this member of the mint family, we will discover that like most herbs, it can benefit all members of the family...including the dogs!