Hair Loss Diet Works For Men!!! Yesssss!

by Brian
(California)

Dear Sheree, I have been doing your diet for two months now and can say with out a doubt that this works. After one month my hair line was filling back in with tiny hairs and my hairs that were already there were getting strong, dark roots.


I was so excited that I decided to celebrate and I had nacho cheese dip with corn tortilla chips two nights in a row. After the first night binge, the next day I noticed the my hair limp and not sitting nicely like it previously had after the second night my hair started shedding again all my hard work lost. Now a month later I am back to where I was and am so excited.

My question is I like to snack on Claussen pickles, Mezzetta peppers, essential everyday brand canned beans which have your run of the mill preservatives and coloring agents. Do you think I can get away with these for snack or will this be my ruin???? Also I use a lot of vinegar in my salad dressings. Is this bad and is there any herbs or spices that are bad like mint and spearmint for tea???

I am a 28 year old male and have been dealing with hair loss for 2 years now mainly thinning and receding hair line.

Thank you so much for bringing this information to the light. I wouldn't have figured this formula out if I had a thousand years, yet it is so simple. Thank You Sheree!
Brian.

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Oct 15, 2012
Congratulations Brian!!!!
by: Sheree

Brian,

Finally, we are hearing about hair re-growth success from a male. Thank you so much for your incredible letter. You clearly responded very quickly to the diet. One month is very, very fast.

When you decide to veer off of the diet, it is critical to remember to keep it down to one meal per week. Otherwise, you can have an adverse reaction. Good for you that you are back on track. That is just amazing. I am just tickled to death, and so excited for you. Really, Brian, I'm smiling ear to ear. Way to go!

Pickles, peppers and canned beans are fine. As long as there are no preservatives or colors added. Preservatives cause inflammation, and inflammation has a strong link to hair loss. Natural leaf herbs and spices are great for your hair. Even the kind in a jar are great. Vinegar is not only good for your hair, but great for your system.

Once again, Brian, congratulations!

Love

Sheree

Oct 15, 2012
Any Pictures?
by: Leo

Hey Brian,

Congratulations on your hair regrowth. I'm really happy to hear that. Its also extremely encouraging for me.

I was wondering if you would be kind enough to post up a picture of your hair regrowth. It would be a huge encouragement for me, all the other hair loss dieters & the website itself, I'm sure.

I'm going to try my best to have a before & after if I get any regrowth. I think it would be great for the website & its visitors.

Regards,

Leo

Feb 15, 2013
Men Hair Regrowth
by: Maria Rivera

Hi Brian,

Do you have pictures of your re-growth? I am excited to hear that all the people who are following advise are seeing results.

I have lost 5 pounds and when I wash my hair less hairs are clogging the drain. I will continue this lifestyle.

Thanks for your wisdom Sheree

Feb 27, 2013
Maria
by: Saabirah

Sorry to intrude lol!! I have been reading the success stories for motivation then I came across your comment Maria, so you following the diet aswel? How long have you been on it? Noticing any change? You say you seeing less hair so that must be a good sign that its slowing down.

Aug 05, 2013
Where are the pictures???
by: Anonymous

Why aren't there any pictures?

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Should I be surprised...? I Don't Think So. Hair Loss Diet Works!

by George

My name is George. I'm in my fifth week of the diet and it definitely works. I knew I would eventually see results but I always thought it would take longer. I haven't had anything with sugar and my diet is basically 70% raw.

I don't consume any dairy products and the only meat I eat are sardines and salmon. Even though I have a lean athletic build, I always ate a lot throughout the day and wasn't eating the right things and continued to do so because I never put on any weight from it.

I used to eat potatoes, white rice a LOT of bread and basically LARGE portions of everything I shouldn't eat. lol. I'm laughing at it now because I knew it would eventually catch up to me somehow. I'm pretty sure that contributed greatly to my problems.

The spots around my hairline are getting darker and filling in. But anyway I have a few questions....I like to eat Chipotle and I was trying to see how you feel about the corn they serve as well as how often one should eat brown rice since it's pretty much on the borderline when it comes to low glycemic and medium glycemic foods. Btw, I'm 25 so that might be part of the reason for my quick results.

Thank you

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Oct 15, 2012
Congratulations George!
by: Sheree

Hi, George!

Wow!! I'm so thrilled to receive your letter. Way to go! Incredible! You made my day. This is the best news in the world. I get so emotional when I get feedback like this.

As far as your question on brown rice, although technically it's more a moderate glycemic index food, we wink at it. It has tremendously healthy properties for your hair. At 25 years old, you could easily eat brown rice once a day, five days a week. Also, when it's mixed with other foods, it lowers the glycemic index and/or load.

I LOVE Chipotle's burrito bowls. I know they serve yellow corn as a potential add-on. If you eat yellow corn once in a while, it won't affect your hair. But me personally, I avoid it completely. So I would exercise caution when eating yellow corn, and definitely don't eat corn as a staple.

Good Luck George! And keep us updated on your continued success...

Love

Sheree


Oct 15, 2012
Any Pictures?
by: Leo

Hey George,

Congratulations! I'm delighted to hear that. I'm delighted for you & it gives me great motivation to stay on this diet & regrow my hair.

Would you be kind enough to post a picture up of your hair regrowth. It would be a massive encouragement for us hair loss dieters & give us incredible reassurance. It will help us to pursue this with more confidence & ease a lot of the doubts & apprehensions. It would also be wonderful for the website.

Regards,

Leo

Oct 15, 2012
I Would Like to See a Picture Too
by: Anonymous

Ditto for the pics:)

May 09, 2013
70% Raw??
by: Alex

Hi George and Sheree

Would like to know how the 70% Raw and only Salmon and Sardines compare with your hair loss diet. I took a quick look at the 7 day diet u propose and it includes heaps of other foods besides what George is eating. Has he only taken a few tips from your diet?

Also, I've heard Soy products should be avoided. I know u endorse Soy as a dht blocker. What's your opinion on this.

Thx

May 09, 2013
Soy & Raw Food
by: Sheree

Hi, Alex,

If you look at the male hair loss diet success stories, most of them eat large volumes of vegetables and fish. If you are male, this is the safest route. It's extremely effective to reverse hair loss. 70 percent raw is about right. Or you can eat 50 percent raw and 50 percent lightly cooked, with 70 percent of your protein coming from fish and sardines. But 70 percent of your daily intake has to come from a plant source with no more than 50 percent of the 70 percent raw coming from vegetables.

I believe George took it all the way down the line. He took the best foods to stop and reverse hair loss, and ate only that. I believe that's why he got such fast results. The way he did it is hard to execute and takes a tremendous amount of discipline.

You do not have to eat soy products to correct DHT. Any issues with DHT will self-correct. DHT is a necessary and very powerful hormone that is necessary for your health. Only when you're eating a poor diet does it spin out of control and cause problems.

Fractionated soy products are dangerous, not whole soy. Whole, organic soy, taken in moderation is a very powerful food. Fractionated soy, on the other hand, should not be eaten. Most fractionated soy comes from processed foods.

I hope this makes sense. If not, I can elaborate.

Warm regards,

Sheree







Oct 22, 2016
hair loss
by: Anonymous

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and seaweed and german saurkraut and
brown rice and lentils and beans and
barley aND MILLET AND DRINK LOS OF GREEN
MATCHA TEA AND HAWTHORN TEA AND BEETROOT
JUICE AND COCOCONUT MILK AND ALMOND MILK
AND POMMEGRATE JUICE FOR HAIR LOSS AND IT ALL
WORKS FOR ME AND I AM A FEMALE OF 62

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My Hairline Grew And My Entire Hair Became Thicker

by Rodolfo
(Manila, Phillipines)

Hi. My name is Rod, 27 from the Phillipines. I first started to notice hair loss just last year. My hairline receded and my hair became very thin. When I looked at my head in the mirror, I could see my scalp already.

I tried to look for a natural solution for hair loss since I didn't have money yet to undergo hair transplant. Then one day I viewed this site and decided to follow the no-meat diet. I started to eat lots of veggies, especially the dark green leafy ones. My only source of protein are fish and eggs.

And after a month, I noticed hair growing, first in my hairline. I also noticed my hair becoming thicker, and I don't see my scalp any more whenever I look into the mirror.

I'm on my second a month, and if this continues, I'm pretty sure my hair will have grown back before the year ends.

I just wanna say thank you to the people behind this website, especially Sheree. Sorry for my bad English by the way. Again thank you and continue to spread this valuable information.

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Oct 28, 2013
Brilliant Work
by: Sheree

Hi Rod,

First of all, congratulations on your hair regrowth. Each case of regrowth that I see is truly a miracle.

Thank you so much for getting back to us about how you're doing. Your message will uplift thousands of men going through hair loss. The emotional toll it takes on men is enormous.

There's something about men telling their story to other men that gets the point across. So I'm deeply grateful for your feedback.

When your hair grows all the way back, please let us know how you're doing, and give us the run-down on how long it took total.

Bravo!

Sheree




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Right Diet Makes the Right Hair


(USA)

10 months ahead now and my hair is thicker and healthier now primarily because of my diet. It's still not perfect or the way i want it to be, but I'm going to continue until it does become so.

I'm quite optimistic and believe my hair will be the way it was before in a couple of months if i stick to the diet -- probably by the end of the year. You ought to stick to yours and eliminate the unnecessary sugars and gluten if you really want your hair back that badly.

Sticking to the right foods is a hard grind but it's worth it. It takes a lot of discipline to not go astray from your diet, but you've got to work at being consistent

As a 25 y/o male, I noticed the thinning in my hair and a great deal of hair loss on top of my head nearly 10 months ago so I had to do something quite systematically to change it or I'd be bald in a couple years.


All the best,

BC

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Jul 30, 2013
Hi BC
by: Anonymous

Hi BC

I'am a 21-year-old male with thinning hair all over my head. I started this diet 4 months ago, but I was combining my food wrong. After I sent my menu to Sheree, she corrected my menu, and now I'm combining it right.

When you say that we should eliminate unnecessary sugar, do you mean ALL sugar? I'm asking because some spices contain a little sugar. Can I spice my meat then?

AS

Oct 13, 2013
Question About Fine Baby Hairs
by:

Hello, I have been on the hair loss diet since about mid July. I have noticed that I have new fine baby hairs sprouting around my hairline. About how long does it take for this hair to become thick and full like the rest of the hairs? Thank you for your help!


Oct 13, 2013
Three Months and Counting
by: Sheree

It sounds like you're right on track. So congratulations. If it's taken three months to see fine baby hair, then it's going to take between three and four months before you see much thicker hair. So I would estimate sometime around January or February, you should notice much thicker hair growing and filling in.

Awesome job!

Sheree

Oct 15, 2013
:)
by: Anonymous

hey,sheree its been one month since I am on this diet, and I am really thankful to you because this diet has really worked for me. I am able to see tiny new hairs growing on my upper part of the forehead. I really appreciate your efforts and once again a big THANK YOU :-)!!

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Sathi's Hair Regrowth Pictures After Four Weeks

by Sathi
(GB)

Left side

Left side

Left side
Right Side
Middle
Top

Hi Shree,

I am attaching my pics after 4 weeks of your advice. I mentioned you in one of my earlier post that I have very small invisible fine hairs(not in black color) on my sides which it is not sure new growth or not. But I can see it with light in sideways looks dense fine golden hairs. I can’t feel like hair when I touch it, only way to feel is to pull it with my nail tips.

Also the fine hairs are more on my right side compared to my left, but no fine hairs in middle (above forehead).

Since 2 years, my hair is thinning like anything. My hair is very soft now and my scalp is visible and started to get few Grey hairs. Feeling less hair in hairline and crown area.

I think, am suffering from androgeneic alopecia, isn’t?

My raw salad in grated form usually consists of

Red Cabbage
Green Cabbage
Red Bell pepper
Carrots
pok choi
Spinach
Cherry tomatoes,
Cucumber
Kale
Romaine lettuce

Supplements daily

Fo-ti. – 1 capsule
Stinging Nettle – 1 capsule
Biotin – 1 capsule
Vitamin B complex – – 1 capsule
MSM powder – 3g
Fish oil – ultra codn + omega
aleo vera juice



Breakfast:
Old fashioned oats uncooked with soya milk, pumpkin seeds and few dry dates for sweetness.

Lunch With salad
Brown rice or quiona with either any beans or legumes.

Dinner with salad:
Like pancake made from brown rice, coconut and three different types of lentils soaked overnight and blended to a paste.

I workout 4 to 5 days in a week and taking natural hemp protein powder as my protein supplement. What do you think about hemp protein powder?


Any comments or corrections please?

Thanks.

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Sep 20, 2013
Congratulations Sathi!!
by: Sheree

Sathi, I'm so excited to hear about your new growth!! I know the new growth is a lighter color, but when this hair sheds, the new hair will come in darker. So congratulations!!

I'll bet that you are jumping with joy. There's no experience like it in the world when you realize your hair is growing back.

Please keep these beautiful pictures coming. In two to three months when there is a deep contrast, I'm going to put your before and after pictures on the cover of our hair regrowth forum.

Your menu looks great. I see that you're a vegetarian. And like you're already doing, make sure you're getting enough protein at every meal.
And please eat more. This doesn't look like a lot of food.

I think that hemp protein is safe. If you think you may have concerns about hemp protein, click this link to learn more.

Hemp Protein Side Effects

Awesome pictures, Sathi. Thank you so much for this.

Warm regards,

Sheree


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I Have Hair Regrowth

by Fatih
(Turkey)

Hi Sheree. Sorry for my bad English. I am 19 years old. My name is Fatih. I am from Turkey. About 6 months ago I met with your page, and since that day, I'm following diet. I had been because of my hair loss and seborrheic dermatitis.

This diet largely got rid of seborrheic dermatitis. This process was very stressed, but I survived. I know that my hair loss gene is in future. To avoid it, this diet I began to practice.

After doing this diet then the front hairline hair began to emerge. I look at my photos from last year. The hair in front of it, then my hairline.

I wonder if this diet, my hair is taking the kids to the hairline.

I'm grateful and I love you.

Greetings from Turkey. Sorry for my bad English. I hope you understand what I wrote.

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Jul 16, 2014
I love you too!
by: Sheree

Fatih,

Wow, to be so young, and to be executing the diet like you did. That takes a lot of discipline for such a young age.

Yes, I did understand your letter. You're saying that after you started the diet, the front of your hair began to grow back. Also, you were able to reverse the seborrheic dermatitis. This is great news!

I'm putting your submission into the hair regrowth forum. Do you have any before and after pictures? I can post them for you or you can post them in the forum.

I loved reading your story. I love you too! From my heart to yours!

Love,

Sheree

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Hair Loss is Curable!

by Yuvraj
(India)

Sheree thanks for this very magnificent site. Your anti sugar diet and low glycemic diet are major weapons in reversing hair loss. I followed your diet and my new baby hairs are coming everywhere. Sheree you are a messiah :).

Sheree, i want to ask that i belong to India and rice is one of the constituents of our diet. I want to ask that i can take white rice once a week and some sugar(1 teaspoon of sugar)along with tea every day or this will spike blood sugar?

One thing more is that i have diffuse thinning all around and the hairline is intact. Can i get all my hair back?? I'm 20 years old.

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Nov 12, 2014
Wow!
by: Sheree

Hi Yuvraj,

This is great news! Congratulations to you on your success! I got your message early in the morning, so you made my day!

Continue with the diet as you are, and you will have a full head of hair. Under the right conditions, hair grows easily and quickly.

Answers to Questions

It's best to remove the sugar from the tea. You want to get as much sugar out of your diet as possible.

You can have white rice once a week, but no more than that. Whenever possible, use black, brown or red rice.

Yuvraj, please write us again to let us know how you are. Your comments, success story and progress are extremely important to us.

Good luck to you.

Love,

Sheree

Nov 15, 2014
full recovery!!
by: Yuvraj

sheree thanks for answering but i want to ask that my hair if somewhat of diffuse thinning and hairline intact can i expect full recovery as i m only 20 years old??

Nov 15, 2014
You Can Expect Full Hair Recovery
by: Sheree

Yes, you can expect a full recovery. You will have to follow the diet in a strict way for the rest of your life.

Love,

Sheree

Nov 17, 2014
Basmati rice
by: Anonymous

Hi,

Is basmati rice good instead of brown rice. It is low in GI ?

Thanks in advance,

Kind regards,

Gijs

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