Foods for Hair Loss

Hair loss (alopecia) can affect just our scalp or our entire body, and it can be temporary or permanent. It can be the result of heredity, hormonal changes, medical conditions or a normal part of aging. Anyone can lose hair on their head, but it’s more common in men.

Baldness typically refers to excessive hair loss from our scalp. Hereditary hair loss with age is the most common cause of baldness. Some people prefer to let their hair loss run its course untreated and unhidden. Others may cover it up with hairstyles, makeup, hats or scarves. And still others choose one of the treatments available to prevent further hair loss or restore growth.

As practitioners of Life Cultivation, most of us try to apply the Mustang Dietary Technique to treat hair loss.

Early baldness

Systemic malnutrition or indigestion, metabolic insufficiency, etc., will cause nutritional disorders, making hair thin and dry, hair roots shrinking, brittle and easy to fall off, resulting in premature baldness. To prevent premature baldness, we as practitioners of Life Cultivation, will pay attention to regularly supplementing iron, sulfur, vitamin A and high-quality protein necessary for hair growth.

1 Eat more vegetable protein

Vegetable protein can ensure the blood supply of hair follicles and prevent premature baldness. Soy protein is the best food for middle-aged and elderly people to prevent premature baldness. In addition, we may eat black beans, corn, etc.

2 Eat foods rich in vitamin E

We will eat foods such as cabbage, fresh lettuce, black sesame seeds and so on. Vitamin E has anti-aging properties. It also improves the microcirculation of scalp hair follicles and promotes hair growth.

3 Eat bone collagen

As practitioners of Life Cultivation, some of us will take the following soup. The soup is made of 100 grams of beef bone (smashed) and 500 grams of water. Simmer for one to two hours to dissolve the bone glue in a thick soup.

4 Reduce the intake of pure sugar

As practitioners of Life Cultivation, we try to reduce the intake of fat and pure sugar such as sucrose and beet sugar. We will eat more vegetarian soy products, fresh vegetables, etc., and pay attention to the intake of soft-shelled turtles, fresh milk and kelp rich in iodine, calcium and iron.

Alopecia areata

The occurrence of alopecia areata is related to androgen, heredity and age. Androgen is the main factor, which can stimulate the proliferation of sebaceous glands, and the hair becomes greasy, scaling, and easy to fall off.

As practitioners of Life Cultivation, those of us who suffer from alopecia areata will pay attention to certain diet:

1 Avoid irritating foods

We will try to avoid irritating foods. We will try to quit smoking and the consumption of alcohol. We will try to avoid greasy foods and sweets such as peanuts, chocolate, etc.

2 Eat more vegetables and fruits

We will eat foods such as leek, carrot, amaranth, pumpkin, apricot, etc. that are rich in plant cellulose and vitamin A.

3 Eat foods rich in vitamin B6 and pantothenic acid

We will eat foods such as potatoes, peas, oranges, broad beans, herring, sunflower seeds, and sesame seeds. Vitamin B6 has the function of regulating the speed of fatty acid and fat synthesis, as well as stimulating hair regeneration. Pantothenic acid can promote tissue regeneration, protein synthesis and black hair growth.

4 Avoid certain foods

If we have more dandruff and itchy scalp we should stay away from fried food, fermented food and dairy food, and eat apples, apricots, carrots and fresh vegetables regularly.

5 Eat certain foods

We will try to eat shouwu, wolfberry, hawthorn, red dates, lotus seeds, sesame seeds, small black beans and other foods that can be used to form a therapeutic formula.

Postpartum and Menopause Hair Loss

The main cause of postpartum hair loss is that after the baby is born, the production of estrogen in the mother’s body begins to decrease. In addition, the hair that should be shed during pregnancy does not fall out, but within two to seven months postpartum, these hairs tend to fall out.

Menopause hair loss is caused by stress and hormone imbalance. A reasonable diet can help prevent such hair loss.

1 Follow a balanced diet

The foods we eat three meals a day should be balanced. Foods that can cause excessive oil production on the scalp should be avoided.

2 Eat iron-rich foods

We will eat iron-rich foods such as soybeans, black beans, spinach, duck, eggs, hairtail carp, peanuts, bananas, carrots, etc.

3 Eat iodine

We often eat iodine-containing food. Thyroxine is necessary for women’s beautiful hair, and iodine can stimulate the secretion function of the thyroid gland. We can often eat seafood such as kelp and iodized salt.

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