need help

by kyle
(australia)

Hey. I'm a 20 yr old male from Australia and already suffering from quite dramatic hair loss. It's definitely genetic. Both my older brothers have the same problem.


I've been following the diet for a few weeks now, but am finding out that i actually haven't been eating properly. Like I was eating muesli Greek yogurt and blueberries for breakfast but found out I shouldn't eat muesli.

Anyway, my main question is about milo and baked beans. I'm not sure if you have these products in America. The label says low gi on the milo, and i know baked beans are healthy, but they still have some sugar. What's your opinion on these products, and how often can I eat grass-fed red meat?

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Nov 06, 2015
These Foods Are Not Allowed!
by: Sheree

Hi Kyle,

Do your best and you'll be fine. I know the hair loss diet is confusing in the beginning, but you'll get the hang of it. Give yourself at least six months to learn everything.

Just remember to eat yogurt that only has milk and cultures. Anything else is a sugar and is not permitted on our diet.

If the Milo says "low GI," that tells me that it's a manufactured product. I would definitely remove this. The hair loss diet is 100% natural, and the low GI foods you should be eating need to come directly out of the ground.

Baked beans have huge amounts of sugar that is not permitted on the hair loss diet.

Red meat is allowed but needs to be strictly moderated.

These questions are general coaching questions. If you have any more diet-related questions, you can sign up here, and I'll walk you through it step by step for as long as you need.

Love,

Sheree

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Desperate, Wish Me Luck

by Mia
(Greece)

Hello everyone,

I have reached a point of helplessness. I feel so lonely in this journey. All I can think about 99% of the day is my hair loss and it sucks. I struggle to enjoy life at this moment and I am under a lot of stess because of this.

I really need your help.

I started losing a lot of hair about 11 years ago at the tender age of 19. Thought it was just a TE and it would be over soon but it didn't. About a year and a half later, after shampooing a small part of the frontal hair of my head disappeared and got a little see-through effect,which never came back. I got used to it, nothing a little styling couldn't fix and looking back to the day not so serious, many people have that.

It was just that I had such a thick hairline and the minor change were obvious and distressing to me.

I had a very low ferritin of 12 to start with and also low on vit d. I was taking iron supplements sporadically but at the time I did not know optimum levels for both should be around 70. I don't think I have ever reached those levels, but since 6 months ago when I suddenly noticed I started struggling parting my hair I stared the supplements again and still take them.

I had been losing quite an amount of hair all these years some times more some times less but I had learned to live with it and did not bother me until last March when I noticed the change on top of my head.

Since then my hair keeps getting worse and worse and I am having a hard time disgusing the thinning and it is pretty heartbreaking. Especially because I have no idea why this is happening all of a sudden and I am scared.

What is more confusing is that I find more regrowth than I used to have on my head nowadays, all kinds of length and they vary in thickness, yet my hair is at it's thinnest and quite see-through on top and front.

I just don't understand what is going on with my hair loss! Any ideas? It seems like there's no stopping it and I suffer in silence. I lost my enthusiasm and my appetite and wake up with anxiety and bad dreams. Thinking I should get a wig or hair-piece and shave it all off.
I try to eat a lot healthier these past 5 days thinking positive, but I do not even know if I am doing it right. I skip breakfast and the combinations; I might be doing it wrong, and I need this to work. It must work.

And I believe in it. I have never been eating too much sugar or breads,but I haven't been eating very healthy either. My weight is normal (maybe I need an extra pound or two) and overall health seems ok. I am very cautious about what I eat from now on and eliminate all gluten and sugar.

This is the hardest period of my life so far and this past year has not been easy and I was stressful. But before March I even thought my hair was a bit better than it used to be and I remember even thinking I could part my hair in the middle. Wtf happened to me so fast?! I am going to be 30 soon, I want a relief from all this and concentrate on more serious areas of my life, but I just can't right now, I feel devastated and alone and would really appreciate some insight and comfort.

Please tell me this is going to be over soon! I so want to be a success story!
Looking forward to your answer. Thank you so much for all you are doing, I wish I could come visit you but I am so far away.

Bless you.

Much love

Mia

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Oct 12, 2015
For Mia
by: Lara

Hey Mia,

I read your post with a sense of deja vu. I too started losing my hair really young, at 15. I too had extremely thick hair. I too didn't eat very unhealthy but neither did I eat very healthy. And very recently I discovered that my vit d levels were insufficient and my ferritin levels though normal at 22, were not really enough for hair growth.

Here's the good news! I discovered that hair can grow! Here's what I did:

1.Started following the healthy diet outlined here around a year and a half ago. My hair started growing but the hair loss didn't stop.
2. Started using an onion mask 4 months ago. My hair grew some more but the hair loss continued.
3.Started a 100 mg elemental iron supplement along with 500 mg of l lysine 2 mths ago.Also started blackstrap molasses.
4.Started a vit d supplement also 2 mths ago.

Within 6 weeks of supplementation my hair loss stopped. At 2 months my ferritin is at 44 and vit d at 70. I plan to raise the ferritin to 70 since hair loss stops at 40 and hair growth starts at 70 according to all that I've read on the net.

However I can clearly see my hair coming back faster than ever. Low iron and low vit d is terrible for the hair. Nobody ever tells us this. A healthy diet with normal vitamin levels are the surest way to regrow your hair.

Please stick to the diet and be regular with your supplements and you will definitely get your hair back!

Love,
Lara


Oct 13, 2015
Hi Lara! Thank you!
by: Mia

Dear Lara,
Thank you so much for the prompt reply!

I am so happy to hear from you and really grateful to have found this site. I hope it will change my life soon and someday look back and think of these days as a blessing in disguise.
Although it is so hard living with no pizza and having to do a comb over on my head.

Yesterday was shampoo day and I must have lost about 200 strands all day. I tried to keep my cool and today it seems I lose a lot less. My heavy dandruff and stress certainly contribute to hair loss.

It is just so weird seeing more of your scalp each time these past months and sometimes I think there is just no stopping it, maybe the baldness gene got activated and this is how it goes. I went quite heavy on supplements all this time in an attempt to save my hair and nothing seemed to be of much help, it just kept going, although some days I lost a lot less hair.

Never did I stop and review my diet thoroughly. But I was used to losing hair all these years with no alarming changes on my scalp. I still cannot explain, all I know is that I went through a few stressful episodes and have been feeling down for a long time before it all happened.

I am not giving up, I know it takes courage and patience to get over this. I still take supplements like Florisene, vit d, b-complex, vit k2, biotin, magnesium, cod liver oil, glutamine. I also started on a few tablespoons of coconut oil, flax seeds, pumpkin seeds and wheatgrass daily. Also 4 cups of green tea with cinnamon. I just ordered some Alfalfa and Fo-ti powder.

I will include more raw foods in my diet esp green veggies and I will go check my ferritin and D3 levels one of these days. I am also thinking of having a food allergy test to check for intolerance in foods if any so just to avoid them 100%. Do you think a little dairy hurts? I still include some sugar free yogurt and cheese in my diet and a cappuccino every morning.

Do you have any cheat meals?

Congratulations on your progress and thanks again for all the useful information you provided.
take care.

xx

Mia

Oct 14, 2015
Your hair will grow back
by: Lara

Every time I read a post of yours, I feel like I've written it. I understand the desperation and fear that goes with this kind of incessant hairloss. I used to wonder if I would ever be able to swim again. If I would ever be able to stop spending ages every morning in an attempt to make my hair look presentable. If I would would ever be able to claim a natural, thick head of hair as my birthright again.

Now for the first time in a long long while, I feel hope and happiness as I look forward to each day. Every fresh day, brings with it, the anticipation of seeing new improvement in my hair.I have a long way to go, I know, but now I'm sure I'll get there.

I cannot stress enough, the importance of supplementation and the right way of taking the supplements.

Iron has to be taken on an empty stomach, atleast half an hour before a meal. You need to take it with 500 mg of l lysine or vit c. I find that the lysine works best for me. Avoid dairy close to the time you're taking the iron. 1-2 tbsp of blackstrap molasses is also great for raising ferritin.

Get your vit d up to optimum levels too. most importantly keep checking to see how you're doing, every 2 mths or so.

I've also started taking diatomaceous earth for the past one week. This basically restores gut health and helps in better absorption of nutrients.It also contains silica which is fantastic for hair and nails.

Look it up under 'diatomaceous earth and hair regrowth'. People have had some amazing results! It's obviously too early to say anything in my case but I'll keep you posted. One 69 year old started regrowing his hair in 6 weeks!

BUT I still feel that you need to eat healthy and get your ferritin and vit D levels back to normal otherwise the hairfall just doesn't stop.

All the very best! You'll definitely make it.

Oct 15, 2015
For Lara
by: Mia

I can't thank you enough for your interest. You are such a kind soul and I feel so much better talking to you! You've been through this, you know the feeling and you understand me. I am so happy for your progress my dear.

So, I decided to take it easy and it works! It's the best way to conquer this! You know, sometimes I think my hair were paying the price of my stress, anger and depression, this is how it all started 11 years ago, then I let go and all seemed ok until my breakdown several months ago. Some other times I think my hair loss problem started as something seasonal, as it has happened again when I was 15, but because of extremely low ferritin levels (heavy periods, bad diet)it just became chronic and never recovered because of the levels never reached the optimum levels.

At this point I started some iron pills that target ferritin by Ferrus Hausmann, chewable, 2x100mg daily. I think they told me at the drugstore that you don't need to take this kind with vit c for better absorption, but I will try to take some molasses with it. I found some gluten free molasses I am about to order, there is no problem with this form of sugar, right?

As for the diatomaceous earth you are referring to, here in Greece there is no supplement I was able to find, they only sell some sort of crystal powder that is used to kill bugs. And I cannot purchase online due to capital control still going on with the banks.

Anyway, what works for someone might not work for somebody else. Many people have regrown their hair through different natural means. But, I am a strong believer in antioxidant supplements, it's a must! I will take some tocotrienols with some borage oil and a little green tea extract in it! Got to speed things up too, I'll try anything!

Keep me posted on how it goes with you please!
There is so much regrowth across my frontal hairline that looks ridiculous,I even spot some sprouts of half a cm, it is crazy. I know I've lost a lot lately and scalp looks emptier than ever but I keep checking on them to feel better and assured that hair keep growing on my head even though it is not yet enough for cover. The left frontal side where I first noticed the change last spring seems to have more sprouts than the left that followed later.pff! Fingers crossed!

All the best Lara!

xx

Oct 23, 2015
Breakfast
by: Mia

Hi Sheree,
I would really appreciate some advice on breakfast. I have always been skipping breakfast like all my life. I just used to wake up and straight made my coffee. I surely need to work on this because I know it is of major importance to the diet.

As soon as I started this diet about 2 weeks ago, I still usually skip breakfast, wake up early around 7 have some lemon water, maybe some nuts (walnuts/almonds,brazil nuts) seeds (flaxseed/pumpkin) with some kefir, I then have my coffee which has milk in it and around 10 I have a fruit usually a banana. I am at the family business around that time and fruits are the easiest snack I can pack from home.

I find it quite hard to consume food as soon as I wake up and I avoid eggs because I preferably have them for lunch/dinner in an omelete with spinach and tomato, so I try not to have too much of them daily. How do you feel about milk and coffee? How many eggs can I have weekly? What could I include in my breakfast to make it more powerful except for oats?

Also, is gluten free bread ok, or better be avoided?


Thank you!

Warm Regards

Mia

Oct 23, 2015
Little update
by: Mia

So far my skin has cleared up a lot and I haven't gotten more than 3 little spots past few weeks on my face despite the high stress I've been suffering because of my hair loss. I have always had some mild acne with occasional breakouts and oily skin. This helps a lot as I keep my hair up now to hide the thinning, which I think is continuing a bit.

A little more regrowth but also more thinning which is confusing. I do spot some miniaturized little hairs which really scares me. Still shedding about a 100 hairs a day if not more when I unclip my hair and comb once a day. I keep my bangs in another clip separately and seem to lose a lot less from there nowadays. Hairline is filled with growth that keeps growing strong and have found quite a lot of 2-3mm lil' hairs surfacing in the front where they are more visible to the eye. I have a halo effect going on that makes me look like I have been hit by electricity! Still not enough to make any difference but promising.

Fingers crossed!

I have also ditched SLS shampoos months ago but I have recently decided to wash with organic apple cider vinegar. Dandruff has decreased but I am not at all harsh when washing and there is still some build-up which may be contributing to the hair loss.

Oct 24, 2015
Control Your Blood Sugar at All Times
by: Sheree

Hi Mia,

Breakfast is an important meal. Just do the best you can to eat as early as you can. I think that the emphasis on eating breakfast may be a little overrated, but you still have to get that important meal to start your day.

Eggs are superb for your hair. We have a page that discusses the history and benefits for your hair. If you have questions about eggs, click this page below.

Eggs page here


You said you're eating a banana at around 10:00 a.m. Bananas are acceptable, but if you're eating them alone, they will jack up your blood sugar. You want to control your blood sugar at all times.

So when you're eating a food, you're going to ask yourself, "Will this food raise my blood sugar?" If the answer is yes, don't eat it, except under very specific circumstances.

So what we're doing here is eating like a diabetic, even though we're not. That's the secret to regrowing your hair.

You can definitely have fruits, but you need to limit how much you're eating. Moderate amounts of fruit is beneficial to your hair, but it can also raise your blood sugar.

I can write you out an acceptable outline for your breakfast, lunch and dinner, but it would have to be done through coaching. Because each client can take anywhere from two weeks to a month. It's completely up to you.

That way, I can walk you completely through the diet to make sure you're not making any errors.

Love

Sheree

Oct 26, 2015
To Sheree
by: Anonymous

Since there is never a response from you I wish for this story to be deleted.

Oct 26, 2015
Which Post to Delete?
by: Sheree

Is this Mia? I didn't get a name. I did answer the post yesterday evening. It's the answer directly under the one where you say you want it deleted.

I can delete the whole thing, but just let me know.

Love,

Sheree

Oct 26, 2015
Sorry!
by: Anonymous

Hello,

I only just got an e-mail with your response the other day so I guess there has been a misunderstanding! Something must have gone really wrong with the comments, yours was not at all obvious to the page until now.

Thank you so much for the information, I will try to have breakfast as early as I can! I love walnuts, almonds, Brazil nuts and seeds when I am having breakfast so maybe I'll have to eat the fruit at the same time.

I was also thinking of juicing fruits and vegetables if that's ok. I do not have any problems with blood sugar or insulin but I didn't know even the slightest amount of sugar could be catastrophic for the hair.

I am having regrowth but for some reason my head is progressively emptying all over and I'm going crazy. I have also been suffering from some serious SD (dandruff) and most of the time when I'm scratching a flake off my scalp there are hair attached to it, coming off my head with the slightest move. I know this condition prevents healthy growth.

I would love some coaching but there is a slight problem with money transfer to foreign banks because of the ongoing capital control in Greece at the moment, and I'm not yet sure if it could be done. I'll have to make some calls and get back to you!

Warm Regards

Mia

Oct 27, 2015
Apple Cider Vinegar for Seborrheic Dermatisis
by: Sheree

Hi Mia,

Yes, there is definitely something wrong with the relay section for our comments. I had another visitor say he wasn't seeing the posts that I had answered. I'm going to have to contact support to find out why.

You said that you have SD. A lot of people with hair loss have seborrheic dermatitis. It can be a real nuisance.

Earth Clinic recommends ACV for seborrheic Dermatisis

Vinegar is one of the most versatile and authentic natural cures for many ailments. I'd definitely give this a try.

Some of the people on this website said that treatment only took a couple of days. But I'd keep using the vinegar until the SD clears up, even if it takes a little longer.

And remember that sometimes, you have to continually apply natural remedies over time for them to be effective. Like banana peels for warts take a month. And vinegar and tea tree oil for nail fungus can take up to a year.

I just wanted to say something about your post. You said that you'd be juicing your fruits and vegetables. Juicing fruit is not recommended because it will spike your blood sugar sky high. Fruit juice has a higher GI than pure table sugar.

A number of our visitors have misunderstood this concept, and lost their hair after it had grown back.

So be very, very careful, and remember to eat foods in their whole, intact original condition. You're going to do great!

Good luck to you.

Love,

Sheree

Oct 28, 2015
To Sheree
by: Mia

Dear Sheree,

there is definitely something going on with this page or the site maybe that creates confusion with the comments. They are being published quite delayed, and I also do not receive e-mail notifications on time.

Anyway, you don't have to delete anything. Please excuse me! I need you and I want to be part of this.

Thank you!

Much love
Mia

Oct 28, 2015
Thank You Mia
by: Sheree

Thank you so much. I appreciate that. Hopefully this problem with the notifications gets resolved soon.

And I won't delete anything. Your information is very important to me. And I want to know how you're doing, so please stay in touch and let us know how you are.

Love,

Sheree

Oct 28, 2015
Juicing
by: Mia

Hello there Sheree!
I would like to ask one thing. How much fruit can I have daily or on a weekly basis? I just juiced an apple, 3 carrots, 2 peppers , cucumber and half a lemon with some cinnamon. So, I'd better leave out the apple next time and/or eat it seperately? I'm not crazy about fruits but I usually have them for snack to avoid eating anything processed or high glycemic but I believe I am doing wrong? What about a little pomegranate I have for desert these days?
Thank you very much!

Oct 28, 2015
Eating Fruit
by: Sheree

Hi Mia,

Yes, the next time you juice your food, leave out the apple, and you'll be safe.

Please remember that I always coach my clients to eat all vegetables in their whole state. I don't recommend juicing vegetables, but at least it doesn't cause the blood sugar spikes that fruit does.

You asked how much fruit to eat. A very good estimate would be to eat no more than one or two servings of fruit per day. And then be sure to eat low glycemic fruits like melon, blueberries, blackberries, et cetera. Pineapple and bananas are high glycemic, so not too much of that.

Pomegranates are excellent for your hair. They are buried in fiber, which is protective. They're also a very powerful super food. You can eat a pomegranate every day. They will aid your hair growth.


The most important thing to remember is to eat rich foods directly out of the ground. Pomegranates, avocados, heavy dark green leaves, salmon, cashews, almonds and sunflower seeds. Then drink lots and lots of water. These simple changes will increase the density of your hair, and will trigger very rapid, thick hair regrowth.

Love,

Sheree

Oct 28, 2015
Thanx a million
by: Mia

Ok my dear! Got it!
I will change the routine I just started and try to to eat whole foods rather than juice them and also drink much more water. This past week I have been regular with almonds, nuts and seeds. I have a mix of them for breakfast.

Pomegranates are great and I love them, but they are going to be out of season soon, so I'll switch to a different fruit. I'll do my search on fruits cause so far I was only going through alkaline/acidic kind of lists for foods and I really have to study the non glycemic ones!

I am working on my low ferritin levels and have ordered some molasses to help with absorption, I hope that is okay.

Dandruff has subsided and also I am not constipated anymore!

I still think the hair loss is progressing, something that really breaks my heart but maybe I am losing fewer hairs, though too soon to tell, still losing my mind.

Even if my problem is stress/anxiety related I really hope the better diet will be my savior!
I can't thank you enough for what you are doing

Sheree you must be an angel! Take care.

Much Love

Mia

Oct 29, 2015
Hang on Tight
by: Sheree

Mia,

This is going to take a while. There may be periods when it appears that your hair growth is delayed. There are changes going on internally that will eventually stop the progression of hair loss, and trigger hair regrowth.

Your elimination has been regulated, and your dandruff has subsided, and that's an excellent sign.

Give this another two or three months, and stick very carefully to the guidelines. You can do this.

Love,

Sheree

Oct 29, 2015
Take heart Mia
by: Lara

Try not to worry too much about the shedding. In my experience, I first lost more hair and only then started regrowing it. If you read my post in the regrowth section you will see the pics there.

I've heard of a lot of cases where this happens, so don't get scared, your hair will grow back.

Oct 29, 2015
Grateful to be here
by: Mia

Thank you so much dears, it's so lovely to hear from both of you especially today, which has been quite a sad day for me since I realized how affected the back and sides of my scalp are right now.

I guess I was paying too much attention on the front and top and thought the rest was holding on good. Thinking that winter is coming and I'm a slave to wearing my hair up and I'll be cold.

I started trembling and then thought of you and how helpless I'd be feeling right now if I had not found this site, probably relying on doctors that never really cured anyone with medicines and rarely care for your hair.

Lara, I have read your story and all success stories on here, and I am more than happy to be able to speak with two of you that beat this. Yes, I remember you experienced some dreadful shedding after being on the diet.

I was meaning to ask you, how are things going? How much are you shedding now that your hair loss has stopped?

In my case I've only just started and my thinning has been slowly progressing for about 7 months now. And it doesn't seem to be stopping. I wish I won't get another shed on the diet.

Though I believe I am now within the normal range of 100 hairs per day. The matter is regrowth!

I got some Toppik last week and throw it with a small make up brush wherever I want on my thin areas. If you haven't heard of this product, try it if you may, while on the road to full recovery. Many people swear by it. It's safe and makes you feel much more confident.

The fact that I made this purchase makes me feel awful inside because it only means that things got worse. But I am hopeful. I can do this. Thank you for being here for me. Makes me feel less lonely and happy! Much love to you both!

xx

Mia

Nov 03, 2015
For Mia
by: Lara

The toppik will help a great deal. I too use a camouflage, but it took me a long while to work up the courage to use it because that would have meant I had a problem that I did not want to admit. But now that I'm used to it, I am so grateful for the confidence it gives me!

My hair is regrowing. I can say that now with certainty. It took one and half years for me to feel certain that there is regrowth. Now I don't dread washing my hair. I instead look forward to washing day with quite some excitement since I can check for regrowth and actually see the drastic reduction in shedding. Oh and till my ferritin hit 40, the shedding really never reduced too much.

Use the toppik. It will help you loads. Stick to your diet and get all your levels to normal. Really this is all you have to do. I also do a good head massage with coconut oil before I wash my hair just to get the circulation going. I don't know how much that helps but it makes me feel good!

Just wear the toppik and enjoy your life. Your hair will grow back so there's no point in worrying

Much love

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Could Anybody Comment on My Diet?

by Foad
(Bahrain)

Hi Sheree, thanks for your support. I am Foad from Bahrain. I used to have a head full of hair that was technically envied by most of my friends:))

Few years ago, I left the country for Europe. It was there when I noticed slight hair fall out. I didn’t pay that much of attention to be honest as I felt it's natural.

Now after 5 years my hairs are not like the past few years. I returned home 2 years ago. To be precise I came across your website some 90 days ago. From that time I abandoned red meat, sugar, coffee, rice and started eating more vegetables and fruits.

My breakfast includes a banana, an apple with a peach. Sometimes I substitute this with 2 eggs and load of herbs. Lunch includes a salmon or chicken breast fillets with vegetables. I normally skip dinners and try to eat seeds and dates. I have replaced coffee for nettle-root extract.

I smoke 3 to 4 fags a day. Sometimes I don’t. I also take a loaf of bread in a week. Not that much. I would appreciate if you comment on my diet.

I have heard that Garlic juice helps a lot if applied each night. Is that correct?

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Oct 14, 2015
Your Diet Needs Work
by: Sheree

Hello Foad,

Thank you for visiting The Healthy Diet Paradise. The way you're eating is out of balance.

If you're eating just fruit for breakfast, it's going to throw your system completely out of whack. I don't see complete proteins, and no dark green or heavy leafy green vegetables.


Also, smoking will increase inflammation in your system. Inflammation is associated with hair loss. In twin studies, the twin who smoked lost his hair.

Also, you're eating bread. We don't eat bread on this diet.

I can teach you the concepts step by step. It's going to take about seven to nine days.

Click here for coaching



If you want to look at our meal planner and do it on your own, use the link below, and follow the meal outlines very carefully.

Meal planner here.




Good luck!

Sheree

Oct 16, 2015
Fruits
by: Foad

Thank You Sheree.Your help means a lot.do u mean that I shouldnt take fruit at all??

Oct 16, 2015
Fruits
by: Sheree

Hi Foad,

You can certainly have fruit, but fruit should not dominate your diet. Fruit should be more in the background of your diet.


Warm regards,

Sheree

Oct 17, 2015
Thanks for your response
by: Foad

Thanks Sheree for your help

Would I be on the track If I follow the prescribed 7-days diet? I love eating fruits.wouldnt that hurt the diet if I add some fruits into it?

Thanks a lot

Oct 17, 2015
You Can Have Fruit
by: Sheree

Yes, you can have fruit. Just not too much. It's best to eat fruit in the morning, and not the rest of the day.

Follow the outline of the 7-day diet, and you'll be fine.

Love,

Sheree

Oct 17, 2015
Thanks again:)
by: Foad

appreciate it

Already quit smoking and trying to fit myself to that diet. There are some technical ambiguities in my mind.

some of the items are not available here in Menama .
like quino, it is not available here, I am planning to replace it with lentis.

Bokchoy is not available too,I am planning to replace with celery or spinach .Is that ok at all?

I am a bit allergic to egg yolk. is that ok if I go for white part?

excuse my ignorance but is this sugar-free approach to regrow hairs is one-measure-fit-all strategy?

Thanks a lot

Love from Menama

Oct 17, 2015
7-Day Planner
by: Sheree

Hi Foad,

The 7-day meal planner is only a guide post. You can use any substitutions that you have available in your region.

The egg whites are fine.

The sugar free aspect of the hair loss diet is non negotiable. You must be free of sugar to execute the hair loss diet properly.

Love,

Sheree

Oct 18, 2015
Anubody out there?
by: Foad

I got 2 response mails , For some reason there is not any comments here

Oct 19, 2015
Do you know anything about HTMA
by: Foad

Hi Sheree

Thanks for your response. do you know anything about HTMA or Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis? there is this doctor claiming that by measuring one's body minerals he can heal the baldness by following a diet covering the body's needs and obviously detoxifying excess minerals like iron. Is that site genuine from your point of view? Couldn't find anything similar to that to be honest.

I am a big fan natural remedies. Some of his remedies include " sulfur coumpound amino acid" or "L-methione NAC" are quite bizarre words to me. Are they natural at all? I have learned to be cautious about chemical products since some of my friends who used to apply Minoxidil lost their whole hairs once stopped using it.

The whole idea of measuring the body's minerals to check what the body has enough and doesn't have enough seems to be logical, but how is that different from what we are doing here. Sorry for keep bugging and asking weird questions.

Thanks A lot

Oct 20, 2015
Sry for keep asking
by: Foad

I know sheree u r a bit annoyed BY MY STRANGE questions,but your answer helps me a lot .

Oct 20, 2015
Hair Loss Analysis? Really?
by: Sheree

Hello Foad,

I get a lot of questions like this, because there are millions of products like this on the market. Some of the websites offer false scientific explanations for their theories. And many of them are headed by doctors who charge astronomical fees for their services.

And if they say they're a doctor, people tend to believe it more. But they're just as fake as the other 99% who falsely advertise.

I couldn't help but chuckle a little bit at the $195.00 fee for the hair analysis. I wonder what happens to the hair when they get it? Something tells me it goes straight into the trash. They've got your money, and you're sitting there waiting for a hair analysis.

My gut tells me that even if you do get a hair analysis, it will be the exact same for everybody, a faked analysis that looks authentic to the untrained eye.

So if they're charging $195.00 for a hair analysis, I wonder what they're going to charge for treatment? Probably upwards of $1,000. I've had clients that have been ripped off for tens of thousands of dollars. They are devastated when they realize they could have reversed their hair loss for free.

I don't know what's going on here, but I'd save my money, just to be on the safe side.

I tend to have a knee jerk reaction to these types of hair regrowth procedures, and here's why: 99% of all hair regrowth procedures you see on the internet is false advertising. The Healthy Diet Paradise is the 1%.

The Healthy Diet Paradise is different in two ways. The first way is that our system is 100% free. I wanted our system to be available to everyone, not just the rich. It's available to students, low income, the famous and not so famous.

The only thing you have to have to go on the hair loss diet is courage, self-discipline, and a sense of purpose.

Hair regrowth cannot be bought. It goes to the self-disciplined and the bravest. You can take the richest man in the world, and his efforts will fail without these qualities. And I've had boys as young as 17 go on the diet who were successful.

Everything you need is on our website. We only charge you for hands-on help, and we have ebooks that you can either buy or pass on.

The second way we are different is that we teach you the complete science and empower you so that you don't get taken advantage of by people like this.

Thank you for this website and information. I got a really great chuckle from it.

Love,

Sheree

Oct 21, 2015
I cant read the comments
by: Foad

Its a bit strange cuz I receive notification emails but cant read the comments here

Oct 21, 2015
Comments
by: Sheree

Hi Foad.

I left a long comment yesterday about the website you posted about. Try it again!

Sheree

Oct 23, 2015
Appreciate it
by: Foad

Your help means a lot:)

Oct 28, 2015
Some hair regrowth
by: Foad

Hi Sheree

I know its quite random but I am witnessing some tiny hair growths on my hairline.They are really tiny and hard to be noticed but when I use magnifying mirrors they are visible.

Some of them have turned into thick black hairs day by day as I can notice they were just colorless couple of days before that. But this is just happening for my hairline. No sign of improvement on the crown or at least I cant tell.

I mentioned earlier that I eliminated all sugar and rice consumption some 90 days ago when I saw the website. The only misconduct in my diet was a loaf of bread once in a while. I started taking fruits for my breakfasts(which you suggested is wrong).

For lunch I normally took salmon or chicken fillets with loads of leafy vegetables. Dinners included dates with some nuts or normally skipped.

After you commented on the diet I changed it into the following list:

Breakfast: 3 egg whites+loads of leafy vegies+ an orange with an apple(sometimes a banana)

Lunch:brown rice+ chicken fillets(salmon or grilled shrimp)+ leafy vegetables(including spinach and broccoli)

snack: walnuts+dried plums and berberis(sour fruit native to my hometown)+cashew nuts+peanuts

Dinners are pretty much the same as lunch

I also take zinc plus(biotin and B vitamin)
Omega 3,6,9 which includes borage oil. Apart from that I apply garlic juice from time to time.

Is there anything wrong with my diet? Can I take brown rice twice a day?


Oct 28, 2015
Congratulations Foad!
by: Sheree

Foad,

Congratulations on the new hair you're seeing. This type of new growth is very common, and this is the beginning. In time, the crown will respond. It will take you off guard, because the hair generally grows back in the same pattern that it fell out.

This is going to take time. By the end of this year, or early next year, you will see growth in the crown of your head.

Remember that Brian has been on the diet for over two years, and he's still not done. But his hair is massively thicker now. So it takes time.

You're doing great. From what I can see, your diet looks a lot better. If you can eat the yolks of the eggs, your hair will grow faster.

Also, please completely eliminate the bread. There's no room for bread on this diet. Bread causes hair loss for many different reasons.

Your food combos look good, the portions look great, and you're getting enough protein. So just hang on and wait this out. When your hair growth cycles in again, after the first shed, your hair will get thicker.

And once again, congratulations.

Love,

Sheree

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Help Needed for Hair Loss Support

I'm a 52 year old African American female who has suffered from hair thinning and receding hairline for years. Like others who suffer from this condition, I was told by doctors and people who work in cosmetology that there wasn't any way for which the condition could improve. I'm not into wearing wigs or weaves. I just want my own hair to grow. Thanks for letting me share.

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Battling Hair Loss Since I Was 18

by anonymous
(Holland)

Hi Sheree, I'm a 22-year-old female with diffuse hair loss, but mostly on the top and sides. I've been losing my hair since my 18th birthday. I don't really know what triggered my hair loss, but it could be due to my chronic stress, sudden weight loss or PCOS. I know all three do have a connection together.

My scalp is really showing through my hair, and I don't feel pretty anymore, at all. I am very depressed when I think about my future. I might get totally bald if I don't have myself under control.

I even get suicidal thoughts, because I can't find any reason to keep on moving, when I don't feel comfortable.

My stress was always caused by my school or other personal situations, but now it's completely my hair. I have lost weight again, and I still don't ovulate regularly.

I have bought both books, so I can start the diet. It's a pity I don't have enough money for coaching; otherwise, I would've definitely done that.

Now, my question to you Sheree, and I hope you"ll answer. Have you had clients like me who did see an improvement as well by following your diet? I would like to reverse it so badly, but have no guarantee or motivation and that makes it very hard to hold on.

I'm sorry for sounding so depressed, but I really can't help it.

Sorry for the mistakes in the language. It's not my native or second language.

Hope hearing from you soon.

C.

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Nov 21, 2015
You Can Do This
by: Sheree

Hello C,

Of course you can reverse your hair loss. We've seen extreme cases turn completely around.

The hair loss diet is going to take time, anywhere from one to two and a half years. It sounds like a long time, but it will fly by.

You have PCOS, which is a hormonal disorder. You have severe stress and weight loss. All of these issues have to be brought under complete control for the diet to work.

While your system is recovering, one of two things will happen. Either your hair will start growing back at the same time that your system is recovering, or your hair will grow back after your system fully recovers. There's no way to tell.

It's very important to start the diet immediately. The depression that you're feeling will subside as you begin to focus on the solution. Once you begin to see new growth, the emotional pain will become a distant memory.

Stay grounded.

Love,

Sheree

Nov 23, 2015
motivation
by: Anonymous

Dear Sheree,

Thank you for your reaction! It means a lot to me, since I feel lonely in this. I'm going to work on this, so I can be one of your success stories as well.


Dec 17, 2015
small hairs
by: Anonymous

Hi Sherree,
I really do wonder, since i'm still fighting this terrible battle: how come there are not many successtories? This page and program excists since 2011.. i'm losing hope, even though i haven't been long enough on this diet. I lose lots of little hairs, they should have grown taller before they fell😢.


Dec 18, 2015
Hair Regrowth And Hair Loss Forum Are Different
by: Sheree

Hi there,

This forum is for hair loss, and our regrowth forum is for our hair recovery success stories.
There is very little in this forum about hair recovery.


Click this link for our success stories.

Hair growth forum.




We have a ton of success stories, including private coaching.

You have to keep a positive attitude, and keep putting one food in front of the other.

And never, ever quit.

Love,

Sheree

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Hair Loss Hormonal Problem

Hi, I'm a 40 year old female, and I'm suffering from hair loss for more than 7 or 8 years now. I've been to the doctors and I had a small skin taken from my head, and they sent that to do the tests, and the result was that my body was producing more male hormones than it should.

I've been through your website for a few days now, and I can't stop reading the comments. They made me start my diet about three day ago, but I don't know if I'm doing it right.

For breakfast I'm having porridge oats with almond milk, a tsp of honey, a handful of blueberries and strawberries and a sprinkling of slivered almonds.

Lunch: Fish/poultry with a huge mixed salad and a green tea.

Dinner: poultry with vegetables and salad, and I snack on fruits, boiled eggs, nuts.

Please tell me if I'm doing it right. I'll wait for your reply.

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Sep 28, 2016
Regarding Diet
by: Sheree

Hi there,

The hair loss diet controls excessive androgens by reducing insulin. So the main goal of the hair loss diet is to keep insulin under tight control at every meal.

Your diet looks wonderful. The only thing is you need to cut back on the porridge/oats every day. Oats don't cause hair loss, but we restrict the use of excessive grains. A guideline would be to eat oats no more than once or twice per week.

You also should add a little bulk to your diet. Brown rice, dried beans and sweet potatoes fit
into the hair loss diet guidelines. What you're eating is acceptable, but it may cause too much weight loss.

Other than that, your diet looks great. I don't see any wheat or sugar or processed food. So you're definitely on the right track.

Good luck!

Sheree

Sep 29, 2016
Thank you!
by: Gezime (UK)

Hi Sheree, thank you for responding to me this quickly. I forgot to mention that I am eating quinoa as well and I will be adding sweet potatoes and brown rice as well. Can I eat bran flakes instead of oats some days?

I want to thank you for everything that you are doing. Believe me that I read through your website every day. Sometimes I fall asleep reading the comments. I just can't imagine that I will have a full head of hair after all those hairs that I lost.

I forgot to ask you, is it alright if I use olive oil for cooking? Also I forgot to tell you that I take Vitamin D, Biotin 1000 and Well Women( similar to skin hair and nails) supplements. Thanks again and I can't wait to hear from you.

Sep 29, 2016
Thank you
by: Gezime UK

Hello Sheree I wrote to you earlier but my spell check on my phone picked some other words for me, i e Vitamin D. So I just wanted to tell you that I take these vitamins daily: Vitamin D 2000 u, Biotin 1000 and Well woman vitamins this one is similar to Hair Skin and Nails. I also forgot to mention that I take Simvastatin 40 mlg every night because of my cholesterol.

I've been on the statins after my hair loss started.
Thank you very much again.

Sep 29, 2016
Let's Regrow Hair
by: Sheree

Hello Gezime,

Your supplements sound fine, but be careful because taking too many may cause
your body to excrete the excess.

If you're using oat bran, that one is fine once in a while. And then still follow the
rule of eating oat bran once or twice per week. I would avoid wheat bran,
however, because it contains gluten.

The sweet potatoes and brown rice are fine, but the quinoa should be eaten on
rare occasions. And when you eat quinoa, make sure to soak it.

I noted in your letter that you're taking Simvastatin. Cholesterol lowering medications have a very strong connection to hair loss. Cholesterol is a nutrient that your
body desperately needs in every cell. Cholesterol is also extremely important
for the growth and maintenance of your hair because it produces the sex hormones that synthesize hair.

In The Hair Loss Diet Blueprint & Navigation Guide, we list medications as being one of the things that can cause the hair loss diet to fail.

Read, The Great Cholesterol Myth, by Jonny Bowden, Ph.D, CNS, and
Stephen Sinatra, M.D., F.A.C.C. for more detailed information about the role of cholesterol.

Dr. Permutter in Grain Brain also goes deeply into the science of the critically
important role of cholesterol, and how it's been wrongfully demonized.

Before you make any changes in medications, it's extremely important to contact
your doctor. I'm unable to diagnose or make recommendations about medications,
but I can point out specific information.

Here's a link to more information on how statins cause hair loss


The Hair Loss Diet Interactive Video Coach provides detailed information on the hair loss diet.
Our Video Coach compresses each food concept for the hair loss diet into 90 minutes. Here's the link.

Click here for the video coach


In the meantime, good luck to you!

Sheree

Oct 08, 2016
quinoa
by: shanshimbo

Hi Sheree,

you said "
The sweet potatoes and brown rice are fine, but the quinoa should be eaten on
rare occasions. And when you eat quinoa, make sure to soak it."

Why quinoa cannot be eaten more frequently? And what do you mean by soaking quinoa? How many hours soak before boiling it?

Oct 08, 2016
Quinoa Contains Saponins
by: Sheree

Hi Shanshimbo,

The hair loss diet is easy, but there are guidelines that dramatically increase hair growth speed.

On the hair loss diet, we steer away from the heavy usage of grains. Heavy grain usage is a deterrent to hair growth. The human system is not designed to eat grains, and they should be strictly regulated.

We soak quinoa because they contains sapoinins, which is a soap-like compound. Saponons are toxic and may cause intestinal permeability (leaky gut). Soaking quinoa removes saponins and renders it harmless.

You can soak quinoa from one hour to eight hours to get the best results. Just as a precaution, even when soaking quinoa, it should be eaten only rarely or occasionally.

Warm regards,

Sheree

Dec 13, 2016
cauliflower pizza
by: Anonymous

Hi Sheree. I found a recipe on the internet. Do you think this is appropriate? http://www.popsugar.com/fitness/Low-Carb-Cauliflower-Crust-Pizza-Recipe-30739512

What do you think about the cauliflower?

Dec 13, 2016
Cauliflower Pizza Crust
by: Sheree

Hi there,

Yes, the cauliflower-based pizza passes our guidelines with flying colors. Every item in this recipe on this website can be admitted into our hair loss diet.

Good luck!

Sheree

Jan 03, 2017
cauliflower
by: Anonymous

Hi Sheree.what do you think about cauliflower?I could not find information about the cauliflower on the site.Do you think cauliflower is useful for hair ?

Jan 03, 2017
For the Love of Cauliflower
by: Sheree

Yes, cauliflower is useful for hair. You can use it as a substitute for mashed potatoes, crusts, and purees.

Cauliflower is a wonderful vegetable, but the vegetables we prize the most are heavy, dense,
green and/or brightly colored vegetables.

Broccoli, kale, bok choy and collards are some good examples. Good luck!

Sheree

Jan 04, 2017
cheese
by: Anonymous

I love cheese very much. In the morning for breakfast and sometimes I eat cheese at dinner (on the food) . Should I limit it? Milk, cheese culture, salt in the cheese I ate.




Jan 04, 2017
Cheese, Cheese & More Cheese!
by: Sheree

Cheese is delicious. I have seen no information anywhere that cheese causes hair loss. I eat a lot of cheese too.

The amount of cheese you're eating is fine. If you drink milk, make absolutely sure that it's from grass-fed cows, and naturally organic. And you'll be fine.

Love,

Sheree

Jan 14, 2017
Cheese ingredients
by: Anonymous

hi Sheree. I want to ask you a question.There is emulsifying salt in some cheeses. Do you think this is bad?

Cheese ingredients: Milk, cheese culture,salt and emulsifying salt.

thank you

Jan 14, 2017
Emulsifying Salt.
by: Sheree

I haven't yet run across any issues at this time about emulsifying salt. However, I will look into it further. There are thousands upon thousands of food additives that are not screened by the FDA. These additives are constantly evolving, and in six months it may not pass our guidelines.

I will keep my eyes open. In the meantime, we have no information that emulsifying salt
causes diseases or hair loss.

Love,

Sheree

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Just some questions

by Amber
(Minnesota)

Hi i am new to this diet. Is there any kind of bread we can eat? Like almond or pumpernickel? I am pregnant, but would like to adapt to this life style as my hair has been thinning for years. I also plan to start running again, and want to know what i can eat to fill me up. Thank u so much!!!

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Feb 17, 2017
Bread products
by: Sheree

Hello Amber,

As long as the bread does not contain wheat/gluten products, you can certainly have it. And then you make absolutely certain that the flour that's used is low glycemic.

We stopped doing coaching in the forum some time ago, due to duplicate content. If you need a little help with a modified diet for running, please use the contact form. When I get your email, we can discuss how to use the hair loss diet for running.

Love

Sheree

Feb 19, 2017
I wish my hair would get thicker. Getting bummed bad.
by: Anonymous

Ho sheree what does your diet consist of? Also i dont get the cheat days? Could i make a meal for my family say using gluten free pizza crust and make my own sauce and add a lot of veggies and cheese. I know it should be a once in a while thing. But i would like to incorporate more so my family can eat it also. I know i need to eat a lot of green veggies and protein . can i eat and drink dairy? Can i eat beef and pork?? Just need some direction here. Thank u so much.

Feb 20, 2017
How to Incorporate the Hair Loss Diet
by: Sheree

Hello there,

The diet is very strict, and although you can eat gluten-free pizza and foods like it, it needs to be done in a very strict, cautious manner. Some gluten-free flours are high glycemic and will cause hair loss.

You can definitely have certain types of dairy, but there are some restrictions. Please refer to our hair loss diet ebooks to answer the majority of your questions.

Click here to order and download ebooks

The hair loss diet ebooks will give you a head start, and will help orient you into the diet.

Read the stories of hair recovery by our visitors. Many of them have listed their menus which explain how they did it. Also, our hair loss diet menu shows you a sample of how to eat correctly.

Hair loss diet menu here

From reading the information you provided, there's a ton of things that you need to learn.
When you feel comfortable in a few weeks, and you want to further your training, you can order our hair loss diet training video.

This is by far the fastest way to learn how strict the hair loss diet is. And it stresses food combinations, food types, why we avoid certain types of food, and how and why specific foods cause hair loss.

Hair Loss Diet Interactive Video Coach here

Slowly go through the entire website, and then allow the information to be absorbed into your mind. This is a lifestyle that will not only thicken and lengthen your hair, but it will retard aging, clear your skin, and change your life in many wonderful ways.


So please, take your time. This is a time-consuming, learning-intensive process. The hair loss diet requires tremendous
commitment and self-discipline. And with time, just like the people who've come before you, you will restore your luscious, healthy, magnificent mane, just the way nature intended.

Good luck to you, and let us know how you are.

Love,

Sheree

Feb 21, 2017
meal times
by: Anonymous

I know the contents of this diet.It needs to be fed with foods with low glycemic index.How many hours you have to stop eating before you go to bed

Feb 22, 2017
Time Restrictions on the Hair Loss Diet
by: Sheree

Hi There,

There is no time limit for eating on the hair loss diet. If you're hungry and want to get up at midnight for a snack, go for it. As long as you're following the guidelines, and the foods are low glycemic, it doesn't matter what time you eat.

Love,

Sheree

Feb 27, 2017
Starting to get it
by: Anonymous

Hi sheree i bought your e book but still have some questions. So if i make your banana bread or cookies how often can i eat a piece? I don't mean to be a bother. Also if i find a sugar free wheat free low glycemic bread is it ok to have a couple pieces everyday or like every other day?? And old fashion gluten free oats are ok? I also saw some posts about quinoa. Good or bad for you? I'm sorry i just really want to get the hang of this diet but don't have a lot of money. Does nat care if I email her questions? She is such a inspiration. Thank you!!

Feb 28, 2017
General question
by: Anonymous

Hello sheree i was wondering if you could give my e mail to nat or i could have hers. She is a inspiration. Also i would like to know her recipe or bread and some other things. I bought your e book diet but dont have money for coaching. Thank you sheree

Mar 04, 2017
Please Use Contact Us Form
by: Sheree

Hi there,

I haven't talked to Nat in quite a while. What you could do is write comments on her page. She will get an email, and she will come back to the website. She occasionally does visit the website, and I believe she will answer the post.

If you only have a couple of questions, please use the contact form, and I will walk you through the guidelines.

Remember to give yourself at least six months to learn the diet. There's a steep learning curve. You can do this!

Love,

Sheree

Mar 08, 2017
Questions about dairy
by: Anonymous

I have been doing some research online and a lot of paleo dieters say dairy causes inflammation. Well im just curious because i enjoy snacking on cheese or sugar free plain yogurt. Also i drink organic 2 percent milk maybe a glass a day. Im just trying to grasp this diet because i want my confidence back. Can you let me know your thoughts on dairy sheree. Thank you!!

Mar 08, 2017
Dairy
by: Sheree

We eat dairy, but we don't eat a whole lot of it. I don't believe humans need to consume dairy at all in their diets. There are definitely pros and cons on this issue, and there's a lot of debate.

I've done fascinating research for both sides of the issue, and both sides have very substantial arguments.

Click here for our milk page.

Love,

Sheree

Mar 09, 2017
Bread
by: Anonymous

Sheree do u make your own bread???

Mar 09, 2017
Making My Own Bread
by: Sheree

Hi there,

I don't eat bread. On rare occasions
I make gluten-free banana bread. We also make gluten-free zucchini bread about twice per year. But if you mean standard bread, I don't eat it at all.

Mar 10, 2017
Maple syrup
by: Anonymous

Presume you would treat maple syrup in the same way as you treat honey, is this correct or is maple syrup an absolute no no?

Mar 10, 2017
Maple Syrup
by: Sheree

Maple syrup is allowed on the hair loss diet. Please use organic if you can find it.

If you're using it for pancakes, make sure the flour is gluten free and low glycemic. Then use the rule of only using maple syrup occasionally.

Love,

Sheree

Mar 11, 2017
Paleo diet?
by: Anonymous

So essentially is this hair loss diet like the paleo diet except we are allowed diary? Just wondering because i was looking up some more recipes for desserts. I assume we are suppose to eat dessert sparingly on the hair loss diet even if it is gluten and sugar free? Do you have more recipes for the hair loss diet?? Thanks a bunch.

Mar 11, 2017
Hair Loss Diet Desserts
by: Sheree

Hi there,

The hair loss diet is very similar to paleo, but we are allowed dairy and some grains. If an individual were to consume a pure paleo diet, that would be within the boundaries of the hair loss diet. The only thing you have to be sure to do is to combine the foods correctly.

You don't have to go without treats on the hair loss diet. They just have to be made in a way that suits our guidelines.

The desserts on The Healthy Diet Paradise do not cause hair loss, but they will cause weight gain. If you're not having any weight problems, you can eat them often.

We have lots of luscious desserts. Please click the link below for our desserts page. These desserts have been tested by us, and they are delicious!

Yummy desserts here!


Love,

Sheree

Mar 12, 2017
General question
by: Anonymous

Hi Sheree I don't know if you would know anything about this, but I had quite a bit postpartum pregnancy shedding of my hair. Do u think this diet will help me lose less hair, and maybe regain it faster? Just wondering, because that was a very hard emotional time for me. Just wondering if you have any insight of this. Thank u Sheree!!

Mar 12, 2017
Postpartum Hair Loss
by: Sheree

Hi there,

The hair loss diet will thicken your hair at any stage of loss, and for any reason. There's really no way to stop the natural shedding that comes with giving birth. If you're on the hair loss diet, the shedding shouldn't be excessive.

Either way, within a year to a year and a half, your hair will grow back to its original thickness.

Postpartum hair loss is pretty crushing because your hair is so thick when you're pregnant. But no matter what, your hair will grow back. We lose our hair after pregnancy, but the hair loss diet will lessen the impact of postpartum hair loss.

Love,

Sheree

Mar 13, 2017
Thank u soo much
by: Anonymous

Thank you sheree your such an awesome person, and we all appreciate your fast responses. And its comforting talking with others who have, and are experiencing hair loss!!! Much love!! Thanks

Mar 14, 2017
Sushi??
by: Anonymous

Would sushi with like salmon, and avocado, cream cheese, and white rice be acceptable once a week on hair loss diet???

Mar 14, 2017

by: Sheree

Sure, every item of food you listed passes our guidelines.

Mar 14, 2017

by: Sheree

Sure, every item of food you listed passes our guidelines.

Mar 15, 2017
Canned food
by: Anonymous

Are canned tomatoes or sauces ok as long as we check ingredients for no gluten, sugar or preservatives?? Or should we try and make our own tomato sauces? Thank you:)

Mar 15, 2017
Tomato Sauce
by: Sheree

Yes, you can use tomato sauces. Just make sure there are no added ingredients on the label.
If there's a way to make your own, that's even better!

Love,

Sheree

Mar 20, 2017
Butter
by: Anonymous

hi Sheree. What do you think about butter? Suitable for this diet?

Mar 21, 2017
Butter
by: Sheree

Yes, butter is suitable for the hair loss diet!

Please note that this is a theory-type question. If I answer a question about butter, you may come back in a week with a question about creme cheese, which is in the same category.

There are tens of thousands of different food types and sub-types. Our system breaks the hair loss diet down into seven parts, which includes fat.

Make absolutely sure that you are studying theory before you proceed with the hair loss diet. This will make the learning curve
much easier for you, and your hair will grow back much quicker.

The Hair Loss Diet Interactive Video Coach teaches full hair loss diet theory science from beginning to end.

Love,

Sheree

Mar 25, 2017
Question on Snacks
by: Amber

Hi sheree i just got done watching your coaching video. My question is you said you should eat veggies with protein, but you mention deli turkey and cheese or just sardines as a snack. Is this ok?

Also with salads if you add sunflower seeds or cheese would that be a complete protein? Thanks trying to get this done as it is my new way of life.

Mar 29, 2017
Snack Food Combining
by: Sheree

Hi Amber,

Yes, deli turkey and cheese and sardines as a snack is fine. Your snacks do not have to be combined in any particular order, as long as they follow the general guidelines that are outlined in the video.

So in other words, you can pretty much eat any type of a snack at all, as long as it's sugar free, wheat free and low glycemic with a natural origin.

For your salads, adding cheese would be an excellent source of complete proteins. And then the sunflower seeds are an outstanding source of complimentary proteins.

Please let us know when you begin to see results. You're doing great!

Love,

Sheree

Mar 30, 2017
Seeing Results
by: Amber

I am seeing results and it's just been shy of two months. I am pregnant so i hope i will keep most of it when my postpartum shedding happens. Maybe it won't be that bad. I have hair growing in the middle of my part. Hair is darker, and i have new fly aways all over. So this will definitely be my way of life from now on.

It's amazing because now we only shop the outside grocery aisles and some stuff in the organic isle. I just pray it keeps getting better and better.

I do believe the lord led me to this website because i had no idea where to start with my hair loss, and now it makes a lot more sense why i wasn't seeing results before.

Thank you so much for sharing your information with us.

Thanks again. Amber

Mar 30, 2017
Wondering about gum?
by: Anonymous

Is sugar free chewing gum allowed once and a while??

Mar 30, 2017
Congratulations Amber!
by: Sheree

Hi Amber!

I'm so excited to hear about your results! This is such great news! And it's true about shopping the perimeter of the store. It's so easy. Your hair will get so thick and dense, and you never have to worry about your hair falling out ever again.

Amber, we're always looking for success stories. When you get a chance, you can post your successful hair recovery story in our hair regrowth forum. Here's the link

I'm so excited for you Amber! And once again, congratulations.

Love,

Sheree

Mar 30, 2017
Sugar-Free Gum
by: Sheree

You can have sugar-free gum once in a while. It will not cause your hair to fall out. I tend to recommend gum with xylitol because it has some known benefits for your teeth.

Love,

Sheree

Apr 13, 2017
Lentils
by: Anonymous

I dont have enough carbohydrate because I dont like brown rice and Quinoa.Can I consume lentils for carbohydrates? Are red lentils better than green lentils? thank you

Apr 13, 2017
Lentil Nutrition
by: Sheree

Yes, you can consume lentils for carbohydrates. You can eat them often to boost your carbohydrate intake.

Red and green lentils have similar nutritional content, so you can eat either color and get the same benefits.

Love,

Sheree

Apr 23, 2017
cardio
by: Anonymous

jogging can cause hair loss??

Apr 24, 2017
Jogging & Hair Loss
by: Sheree

Hi there,

No, jogging absolutely does not cause hair loss!

Love,

Sheree

Jun 25, 2017
carbs
by: Anonymous

Low carb diet can cause hair loss??carb cycling diet is safe for healthy hair loss diet??

Jun 25, 2017
Low Carbs, Zero Carbs & the Hair Loss Diet
by: Sheree

Extremely low carbohydrate or no carbohydrate diets can cause hair loss. There is a narrow window of a lowered carbohydrate diet that is safe, and I believe that Atkins' induction phase of 20 net carbs per day would be safe.

If you go on a zero carbohydrate diet, this will cause hair loss. The hair loss diet requires balance and the correct food combinations. This includes safe, natural sources of carbohydrates.

It's not the carbohydrates that cause damage, it's the quality and the type of carbohydrates that matter.

Good luck to you!

Love,

Sheree

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Can Proton Pump Inhibitors Contribute to Hair Loss?

by Mark
(Toronto, Canada)

Hi!

I've just ordered the two ebooks and the system looks great.

I have been gradually thinning over the past few years even though it's not genetic. I'm not sure what's going on but it seems like there's been an odd change in my body that has caused this.

I had a lot of stress and then completely stopped exercising, gained some weight/belly fat. I started to have a lot of acid reflux/GERD and was put on a proton pump inhibitor. I've been on this for probably a year and a half now.

I have heard somewhere that those medications can affect the absorption of nutrients. I was wondering if anyone here knows if this is true/could cause hair loss. If so, could this diet still work even if I'm taking that medication?

This makes me think of another question - if this medication causes hair loss for me, then shouldn't everyone on that medication have hair loss? Which makes me wonder, if gluten and all these bad foods cause hair loss, then why do many people with very bad diets hair a full head of hair?

Thanks for your help!

Mark

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Mar 29, 2017
Medications & Hair Loss
by: Sheree

Hi Mark,

Thank you for visiting The Healthy Diet Paradise.

There's an enormous array of medications on the market, with new ones being created every day.

During my research for our what causes hair loss page, I learned that any types of medications can cause hair loss.

Certain medications, like statins, have a close relationship with hair loss that is well documented. There's also a strong correlation between hair loss and medications, regardless of the type.

Some people will react to medications in a certain way, and others will have no reaction. There's no way to tell for sure, because we're all wired different.

It's not just medications. St. John's Wort, which is 100% natural, has the curious side effect of causing hair loss for some people. Also, excessive use of supplements like vitamin a or zinc can cause hair loss.

This is a very common question about why some people do not lose their hair on a poor diet.

From the clients I've worked with, many of them had extremely thick hair for a long time, and then all of a sudden it fell out. Our bodies can cope with a raging high glycemic diet for a long time, and still create healthy, thick hair. And then one day, it all catches up to us.

Also, some people do not appear to possess the hair loss gene, but a poor diet will turn on other very dangerous genes, like cancer or diabetes. They may not have hair loss at this time, but they may have issues with infertility, out of control obesity or other very serious disorders.

Although hair loss is shocking, it's harmless when you compare it to life-threatening disorders caused by a high glycemic, highly processed food diet.

Please check with your doctor regarding any issues you're having with your medications. And good luck to you!

Love,

Sheree

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Hair Loss Adventure

by NICK
(greece)

Hi Sheree, I am Nick.

I am in hair loss diet 10 months and I saw a little improve on my hair at 6th month.
Also, reduced sebum with this diet.

In my diet have twice a week sardines and twice chicken. Other three days I have lentils, beans and spinach with brown rice. For salads I have a big bowl with vegetables: spinach, cabbage, cauliflower, onions, carrots etc.

Mornings I have 2 eggs or sesame seeds with salad. For snacks pumpkin seeds and sometimes almonds. I drink 2 cups green tea daily and thrice a week coffee.

For supplements I took saw palmetto for 3 months in 6th month of diet, but i stopped because i believe diet is more powerful than supplement.

I running 20 minutes twice a week and I done everyday push ups, sit ups, horizontal bar
I am worried if i do something wrong. Can you tell me??

Thank you listened me and for your wonderful site. And sorry for my bad English.

WITH LOVE NICK

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Apr 24, 2017
Welcome Nick!
by: Sheree

Hi Nick,

Welcome to The Healthy Diet Paradise.

The way you described your food is wonderful. You don't have to change anything. I can see that the food you're eating has a natural origin. I see that you've eliminated wheat and sugar. I also see that you understand how to combine your food correctly.

As you continue with the diet, you will notice new hairs poking through and getting thicker. This cycle can take quite a while, so please stay with the diet permanently.

Also, if you have before and after pictures, I'd be delighted to post them. In the meantime, good luck to you!

Sheree

Apr 25, 2017
problem with hair
by: Jared

Hello, I am following similiar diet for quite some time (around 3 years). I started this diet for different health reasons, but I have a problem. I noticed my hair is thinning, have very itchy scalp and dandruff with alot of sebum. Maybe I am doing something wrong? I will post my daily meals here:

1 meal:
3 organic eggs with 100 grams of mixed grains (quinoa, buckwheat, amaranth all in the same 33g proportions) and either pickled cucumber or sauerkraut.

2 meal:
green smoothie made with: 100g of kale or other greens, 15g of sunflower seeds, 15g of pumpkin seeds, 20g of flax seeds, 1 scoop of "sunwarrior" vegan plant based protein powder.

3 meal:
soup - mixed broccoli and other vegetables or cabbage soup

4 meal:
lentil based vegan goulash with alot of different vegetables

5 meal:
green smoothie same as meal 2

I rarely eat salmon because its hard to get good quality organic fish in my country. I dont eat meat

What do you think?

May 28, 2017
walking
by: Anonymous

can i walking after meals??or is bad for hair loss nutrion??

May 28, 2017
Exercise and Hair Loss
by: Sheree

You can walk on the hair loss diet. Any type of exercise is fine after you eat. We even have body builders and boxers on the hair loss diet, and they're fine. Good luck!

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Beef?

by Mark
(Toronto, Canada)

Hi there,

After ordering the ebooks, I have adapted my diet to remove gluten and sugar. I have incorporated a lot more fresh vegetables etc. I have started taking pumpkin seed oil a few days ago too. This new diet has been about a month so far.

I have not seen any improvements and have also tried some scalp massages with castor oil/coconut oil. During these massages, I notice a lot of shedding, which worries me.

One thing I thought of recently - I was following the journey of someone on this site and he said that beef causes hair loss. I realized that I went on a paleo diet a few years ago, which is essentially just meat and vegetables, and I think it was around then that I started thinning. Now, I'm basically back on that same diet - where I eat chicken/beef/eggs every day.

I was wondering if the beef or high amount of meat/protein could be causing this? The problem is that I don't eat fish and I don't eat other meat really (I would rather be a vegetarian but I never feel full without meat).

Thanks for any help!

Mark

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May 25, 2017
Beef & The Paleo Diet
by: Sheree

Hello Mark,

It's my opinion that the paleo diet is very well suited for the hair loss diet. As long as the food combinations are within our guidelines, paleo is superb. And I've said this many times. True paleoists have superb hair and skin, and they always look extremely young. (Robb Wolf) They're doing something right!

If you're on the paleo diet, as long as you're eating a wide variety of vegetables and combining it with rich, whole protein sources, it doesn't matter. In our experience, this does not cause hair loss, because this platform is the baseline for the hair loss diet.

In our training video, The Hair Loss Diet Interactive Video Coach,
I go into great detail about proper food combinations, and the fact that protein and vegetables are the critical baseline for the hair loss diet. And it has to be followed every single day at all times for it to work.

Sometimes our hair is falling out, and it may look like it's castor oil or coconut oil causing it, and it may be something else. The only thing I can think of in this regard is you may have an allergy to it. Or the hair loss is being caused by something else at time same time you're using these oils, and it may only look like it's the oil. The only way to know for sure is if you stop the oils. But in my experience, these oils stimulate hair growth. They do not cause hair loss.

You've only been on the diet for a month. This is extremely early. Wait about three more months, and totally immerse yourself into the diet. This diet must be followed for the rest of your life, so you have plenty of time.

The most successful men I've seen on this diet have a sense of humor about it. Relax into the diet, and hold firm and fast. And within about three months, you'll notice new growth.

So be strong. You can do this!

Keep us updated when you see new hair!

Love,

Sheree

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Which Shampoo is Best?

Just curious which shampoo would be recommended? I've heard of some shampoos that contain castor oil. Also should I use conditioner?

I have been doing research on castor oil and rosemary extract and will start doing scalp massages with that combination.

Just curious about shampoos. Thanks!

Mark

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Apr 27, 2017
Shampoo
by: Sheree

Hi Mark,

You can use any shampoo or conditioner you like. We tend to like shampoos that do not have sulfates, but it will not affect the way your hair grows.

Some people also use DHT reducing shampoo. As long as you're following the diet correctly, your hair will grow nice, thick and strong.

Love,

Sheree

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Almond Milk and Rice Puffs

by Mark
(Toronto, Canada)

Hi Sheree!

I have a couple more questions!

I bought the interactive video coach last night and am going through it slowly. I have more and more hope! It's been about one month on this diet and I can say that my hair is not getting any worse. I don't think I've been following the diet exactly, that's why I got the video. I will follow it exactly as instructed and I'm optimistic!

By the way, I was instructed to start applying Minoxidil (Rogain). I did my research and found that it can cause heart issues and can age your face. You could add that in your ebook. So, needless to say, I am thrilled with the option of naturally thickening my hair!

Here is my question -

I had been dealing with gastritis/acid reflux etc so I was put on Prevacid (Proton Pump Inhibitor). I stayed on this med for 2 years. I had heard that those meds can prevent mineral absorption. I think this may have caused or added to the hair thinning.

I went to a naturopath and she told me to remove dairy from my diet because it's bad for gastritis/acid reflux. She put me on a probiotic and gave me some other suggestions. So I came off the med (which I'm very happy about) and I'm hoping this could help with the hair growth too. She also recommended almond milk instead of milk.

So I have been having almond milk twice a day for this past month. I have it with something called rice puffs. I don't know if you know what those are. But the ones I have say the ingredients are, "Organic brown rice" and then it says, "Produced in a facility that also contains wheat."

So I figured that both of those items were safe for this diet, but then I realized that almond milk must have some "unnatural ingredients"? And I guess there is a tiny chance that there could be wheat contamination with the rice puffs. I'm just curious about your opinion on this.

Thanks for all of this insight!

Mark

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May 28, 2017
Boxed Cereals & The Hair Loss Diet
by: Sheree

Hi Mark,

Congratulations on getting off the meds. On our page, What Causes Hair Loss
medications are listed as one of the aggravating factors of hair loss. Even certain herbal remedies, like St. John's Wort, can cause hair shedding.

In my research, I learned that any type of medications can either contribute to hair loss, or cause severe shedding. Even medications that are designed to regrow hair can cause hair loss. That's the irony.

The hair loss diet is 100% pure and natural with absolute no interference. The food must look exactly like it does when it comes out of the ground.

When you get further into the video, you'll see the section that talks about cereal. The puffs you're eating are exceedingly high glycemic, and do not pass our guidelines.

We really don't eat cereal at all, just the whole, naturally gluten-free grains that we talk about in the video. Even those are kept to a minimum.

I love cereal, but I haven't eaten it in well over a decade. Please read Melanie Warner's "The Pandora's Lunchbox." Her description of how cereal is made in the factories will shock you!

The almond milk you're drinking is fine. Just make sure it says "unsweetened." Absolutely no sugar added. And then you'll be on the right track.

The hair loss diet is extremely simple. Remove any and all interfering chemicals and substances that interfere with hair growth. So what you're doing is optimizing your system to recover your hair.

Please allow the concepts of the hair loss diet to be absorbed very slowly. This way of life is difficult, but you'll notice many astonishing benefits very shortly.

Good luck!

Love,

Sheree

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Paleo Diet?

by Ray

Hi Sheree, hair regrowth pictures are pretty impressive but aren't the diet your recommending pretty similar to a Paleo diet?
I mean, I think what Paleo eater's can't eat are more or less similar to your diet which is going gluten free etc..
The thing is though, I don't see much people claiming that they are regrowing their hair by going Paleo. So what is basically the difference?

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Jun 09, 2017
Paleo/Hair Loss Diet
by: Sheree

Hi Ray,

This is an excellent question.

The hair loss diet and the Paleo diet have a lot of similarities, but they are not exactly the same. If I had to give a percentage, I would say that the hair loss diet is 80% Paleo.

There are key differences. The hair loss diet allows organic soy, brown rice, lentils, legumes, and many other items that are not allowed on Paleo. The hair loss diet restricts many foods, but it's much more realistic and easier to manage than Paleo.

The hair loss diet can easily be wrapped around Paleo, but it has to be done in a very specific way. Many times, individuals will come to me and say they're on the Paleo diet. Upon further inquiry, I learn that they're executing the Paleo diet incorrectly. For example, they have a misunderstanding that they're supposed to eat only protein, which is disastrous.

There's a very specific way that we combine our food that has to be followed at every meal. This must be done every day over an extended period of time to get the diet to work.

So even if they're on Paleo, it doesn't mean that the diet will work to regrow hair. There are many mistakes that can be made.

The hair loss diet is theory based, and it takes time to learn it. There are no short cuts, and it's a lot of work.

There are seven scientific principles
that we employ that have to be followed every single day for the rest of your life. If these basic principles are not followed daily, any hair regrowth you've achieved will be reversed.

I hope that answers your question. And good luck to you!

Love,

Sheree

Jun 10, 2017
chinese green tea
by: Anonymous

chinese green tea is healthy or dangerous??

Jun 10, 2017

by: Sheree

Green tea is a natural DHT blocker. High-quality, organic green tea is the best thing in the world for your hair.

Jun 12, 2017
question
by: Anonymous

Can i eat twice a week lot of legumes?I usually eat a pot lentils 7-8servings in one day.is it mistake?

Jun 12, 2017
Never Eat Legumes Alone
by: Sheree

Eating legumes is perfectly fine. The only thing you have to worry about is how your food is combined. Make sure to follow the food combinations on The Healthy Diet Paradise or in our training video. In other words, never eat legumes alone. You're doing great!

Love Sheree

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