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Hair loss – keeping your hopes up

You know what the best thing is for me as a hair specialist? It's when a client who has not had not a single hair on their head starts sending me a hair sample after a year instead of a nail sample. I tell you, it's a brilliant feeling, both for me and for my client....

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Hair loss – new ebook just out!

Many of you will already have read my first book Regrowing Hair Naturally which contains information about my research into hair loss and its causes, together with a  number of self help methods. Regrowing Hair Naturally  comes with a self-hypnosis CD to help...

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Hair loss and fasting

I have a number of clients who need to fast for one month a year for religious reasons. This is quite difficult for me when these clients come  and want me to do a hair or nail sample test and give them a treatment plan to help their hair regrow. The problem here is...

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Hair Loss in Men and Women

I had an interesting e-mail yesterday from a Dutch reader of my book Regrowing Hair Naturally. He said, "If, as you say, hair loss is due to toxicity, how come more men are balding than women?" I thought my answer would be of interest to other subscribers, so here it...

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Hair loss and hypothyroidism

If you have toxins in the body, they can very easily affect your thyroid. One of the most common effects is that the thyroid is no longer functioning at its optimum level. When you have an underfunctioning thyroid, this has an effect on your hormonal balance, and in...

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Emotions and hair loss

When your hair is falling out, it usually has an effect on your emotions. There are only a few people I have met who shrug and say about their hair loss, "Oh well, it's just one of those things...!"  For most people, hair shedding which goes on over a longer period of...

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Soya and hair loss

Soya is a very common food allergen and it has a very important connection with hair loss. Soya is loaded with trypsin inhibitors. Trypsin is an important enzyme that helps with the digestion of proteins. Proteins are very important for hair growth. In test animals,...

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Leaky Gut Syndrome and hair loss

Nutrients that have been properly digested will normally pass through the  lining of the gut into the bloodstream.  The blood then carries the nutrients through the body to the various organs and glands of the body, and in the process, the roots of your hair are also...

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