Another good food for your hair, though a little odd, is the egg yolk.
It contains an incredible 13 essential nutrients
which makes it a skin and hair superfood.
Are you aware bearnaise sauce contains egg yolk?
This sauce is considered a “child” of Hollandaise sauce, one of the five French mother sauces.
It it thought to have been invented by chef Collinet in 1836 at the opening of his restaurant, Le Pavillion Henri IV, near Paris, France.
Thank you chef Collinet!
An egg yolk is rich in vitamin E.
This vitamin will stimulate collagen production and benefit hair elasticity.
An egg yolk also contains biotin, which helps to produce keratin.
As you know keratin is important because it
restores your hair’s natural glow while protecting cells from damage.
Add an egg yolk to your diet and get your lucky thirteen!
By the way, hard boiled yolks and hard cooked yolks in general are NOT the same.
It’s because the yolk is an “oil” phase, and when hardened it transforms to a hard substance that is used by the body in a different way!
Just in case you find Bearnaise Sauce too difficult, remember that an over-easy egg maintains a liquid yolk!
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