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Iron Deficiency and Hair Loss – an Interpretation

Iron Deficiency and Hair Loss – an Interpretation As a continuously growing & metabolically-active tissue, hair requires high levels of available nutrients for hair cell DNA synthesis & development. In terms of nutrient supply however, hair is a ‘non-essential’ tissue – receiving its full nutrient…

Insulin-induced ‘pattern’ hair loss

From the time I resolved concentrate on female hair loss issues as a professional specialism, I was never convinced – or more honestly asked by my female clients not to be convinced – that ‘pattern’ hair loss (in women) is always ‘inherited’. After almost 20…

Ageing begins on the inside

In 2004 a 25 year longitudinal Australian study reported what most health practitioners regard as a “given” – that the lifestyle decisions we make before age 40 determines how long we’ll live, our quality of health in older age, and our susceptibility to chronic illness….