I'll Be an Experiment for the Hair Loss Diet
I'm a 26 year old male with typical male pattern baldness. I'm typing this from my phone, so please excuse any typos.
How does this diet sound? For the sake of time, I'm just going to list what I will be eating daily instead of breaking it into meals.
Two shakes a day containing (total for both): 6 medium eggs, 1 scoop of flavorless, all natural whey protein, and 1 cup of cooked kidney beans.
2 cans of pacific caught sardines in water and another 2 cups of cooked kidney beans.
3 veg shakes consisting of 1 cup of kale, 1 cup of spinach, 1 cup of Italian cut green beans, 1 cup purple cabbage, and a few cloves of broccoli.
Stinging nettle extract
Saw palmetto extract
I'm willing to be an experiment and adhere to this diet for a full year, taking monthly pictures, and reporting changes as I notice them.
As far as i can tell, the diet is solid as a rock. Let me know what ya think!
My Hair Loss Photos.
Alright, I'm on my desktop and can really type some stuff out now. My hair loss started about six years ago and has been going steady ever since. I lose a TON of hair in the shower, it seems. I, also, have very coarse, thick hair, which used to annoy me, but now is my only saving grace. The thickness of my hair can be used to conceal the ever receding hairline with the use of a bandana. I'm sure I'm not fooling anyone, but being confident about this problem is not something I've yet learned to deal with. I'm ready to go all-in and, hopefully, say goodbye to the damage I've done, which I now see to be quite extensive.
Nothing like pictures to bring you down a notch or two.
I understand the severity of my hair loss... I fear I may honestly be too late...
On a side note, I've been wondering something since it started falling out. As you can tell, I have red hair. Once my hair started falling out, I noticed that the hair would return either completely black, or at least be composed of 1/4-1/2 black color. I mean JET black; almost blue. Not sure if there is any correlation there.
I've heard of people with vitamin deficiencies having strange, alternate colors to their hair, but couldn't find anything definitive.