Boysenberry Grow Hair Pops

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It is the perfect time to grow-out your hair.  Countless studies shown that our hair seems to grows easier in the warmer moths. This theory mainly goes for those places that experience season changes.  Because if you ever paid attention, those people that live in tropical weather tend to have healthier hair than those that live in colder climates.  Maybe it’s the moisture in the air in these warmer months, or maybe less clothes for your hair to rub-up on and break-off.  What ever the reason this recipe is here to aid your hair growth goals. 

Aside from this being a absolutely delicious, it also has dual benefits.  The ingredients in these Boysenberry Grow Hair Pops are wonderful for hair growth.  The main ingredient being Boysenberries, and Boysenberries contain a great amount of dietary fiber, vitamin K and an awesome amount of minerals including manganese, iron, calcium and potassium.This Powerhouse of a berry is packed full with so many vitamins and nutrients that improve our hair and nails. 

I know a lot of people may not be aware of this interesting fact about Boysenberries.  But which-way you can get in all your needed vitamins and mineral daily is a great way to get and keep the long gorgeous hair of your dreams.  This recipe and many more like this one, along with lots of core hair growth information can be found in this book called – Eat Your Way To Longer Thicker Hair 

Makes:  8 pops


1 cup frozen boysenberries
4 tablespoons honey or pure maple syrup
2 cups (500g) unsweetened Greek yogurt
The finely grated zest of 1 lemon
1/2 cup gluten-free muesli (a mixture of rolled oats, dried fruit, and nuts)

Directions –

Combine boysenberries in a small saucepan with 1 tablespoon of the honey, cover with a lid and cook on low until defrosted. Remove lid, increase heat slightly and simmer for 2 minutes. Remove from the heat, crush berries lightly, then set aside to cool.

Combine yogurt with remaining 3 tablespoons honey and lemon zest. Mix well. Divide berries evenly between ice block molds, top with the lemon yogurt, then spoon a little granola on top of each, pressing down lightly to help it stick into the yogurt.

Insert wooden sticks and freeze 4 hours or overnight. Run under warm water to help release pops from the molds.

Enjoy every delightfully flavor-filled mouth full of this summer treat knowing your are benefiting your hair with every bite. 

Eat Your Way To Longer Thicker Hair
  • Disclaimer: This recipe is filled with healthy fruits and vegetables that are not just beneficial to your hair, but also to the overall health of your body and it’s functions.  Keep in mind everybody is different, and each of our bodies require different things to operate at it’s own individual best at any given time.  Our bodies know what we need and where to use these different nutrients most effectively in our individual bodies.  So yes, we may want these vitamins and nutrients to go directly to benefit our hair, but it may not work like that if those vitamins and nutrients are needed somewhere else in your body at that time.  But don’t give up and have faith.  Just keep giving your body all these good things and have faith that your hair will benefit in due time.  Always consult a physician if you plan on introducing any new foods into your diet, to avoid any food related allergies.   Especially if you are currently on any form of medication.  Different fruits, vegetables and vitamins may cause your medication to react negatively and/or become not as effective.     
As in the Good Book - All roots and herbs that God created are good according to Gen. 1:31, "And God saw everything that He made, and behold, it was very good".

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