I am in second stage of hair loss treatment program. I am so pleased with the improvements I am having from it. But I am wondering about some diet plans to assist this. Should I omit or add anything in my meal plan? Please share your suggestions.
Dear davidsontracy: One cause of hair loss is low iron stores. If your MD has determined that this has been true for you then an iron supplement could be helpful. Otherwise there are a few general dietary guidelines. Here is a link to an excellent overview of the best food for your hair:
Report This| Share this:Any diet plan to assist my hair loss treatment?Dear davidsontracy: One cause of hair loss is low iron stores. If your MD has determined that this has been true for you then an iron supplement could be helpful. Otherwise there are a few general dietary guidelines. Here is a link to an excellent overview of the best food for your hair:
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