Beginning Hair Loss Diet

by Vaughn A

Hello, Sheree. I'm a 23 year old male who started losing hair almost 6 months ago. What a mental battle it's been. As you and so many others have certainly experienced, the hair loss battle is one that consumes you to the point where you almost become dysfunctional in roles that you need to perform.


As a medical student, I found I could no longer focus intently on my studies because the thought of losing all my hair would just weigh on my mind. I don't want to sound vain. I realize that so many lose their hair and that there are so many other ailments that leave people in worse distress, but I couldn't stop thinking about my hair loss, night and day.

Around the time of my hair, I had just started dating the girl of my dreams, and the girl I hope to marry one day. I couldn't believe this was happening and my confidence began to tumble. I thought she might leave me if I went bald, but then thought that maybe she deserves someone with hair anyway, and so many other thoughts that I won't even bother listing.

For a month and a half, I tried Rogaine. Convinced that this was the answer, I even ordered a six month supply after the first bottle. But something in me made me pause before I opened the new supply. Something just didn't feel right. I knew deep down that I didn't want to do this. I didn't want to be on a pharmaceutical that would wear off in 3 years? 5 years? I would rather let nature take its course and try to accept whatever was heading my way, rather than attempt an artificial intervention.

And then I stumbled onto this site, and I must say, Sheree, you have filled me hope beyond which I never would have imagined. So many nights, when I felt down, I would just read the entries on this forum and be filled with a new hope and a new courage to push forward. I do not know that this diet will work, but something in me tells me that it's the right path/ the better path, and I can't help but hope that it's true.

Thank you, Sheree, with all my gratitude and admiration.

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Feb 22, 2013
To Vaughn A.
by: Sheree

Vaughn A., what a gorgeous letter. It swept me off my feet. Your heart is colored gold. Your girlfriend is one lucky lady.

Nobody understands your mind the way we do. Nobody can push you the way we can. And nobody loves you like we do.

When you get done with your medical studies, will you please tell your medical staff about us, and about how you succeeded in re-growing your hair? Vaughn A., will you do that for us?

Keep pushing forward, Soldier!

Sheree

Feb 25, 2013
Re: Beginning Diet
by: Vaughn

Absolutely, Sheree! And I'll be sure to keep in touch with progress on the diet. Thanks again for putting together this wonderful website and this diet.

Oct 20, 2015
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New Diet

Hello everybody, I started on this new diet for almost 2 months ago. I'm not sure that I see any improvement yet.This is what i typically eat:
Morning: eggs with turkey bacon or organic oatmeal with organic milk.

When I'm in school i eat homemade bread(walnuts, almonds, pumpkin seeds, pine nuts, sesame seeds, hazelnuts, eggs and olive Oil) with Philadelphia cheese cream. When I come home i eat chicken fillet with spinach or brown rice, whole grain spaghetti, salmon, beans and so on. I also eat fruits and vegetables.

Are there any changes I can make, or am I forgetting something healthy to eat?

Ps. I have Thinning hair. In a few years I will probably a V, VI or VII on the Norwood scale

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Apr 09, 2013
New Hair
by: Karen

You are not missing anything in your diet. just make sure you eat a lot of veggies. U might have to wait another 2 months to see new hair..

Karen

Apr 11, 2013
New Diet
by: Joni

New Diet,

You can never go wrong with adding more green vegetables but overall you're eating the right food. The diet just takes a while to see results. It could take months before you see results. I found before and after photos to be very helpful, to help me chart my progress. This was helpful becuase when my hair started to grow back, the hairs were so fine I couldn't see them. I didn't realize my hair was actually growing back until I looked at my before photos.

Hang in there and best of luck,
Joni


May 05, 2013
For Joni
by: Nat

Hi Joni, can you post your before pics and the progress pics. Only if your comfortable to do so. Just helps when others can see the improvement.
Thanks
Natalie xx

May 09, 2013
Pics
by: Joni

Hi Nat,

I tried posting some pictures some time ago but had trouble because of the file size. I'll try posting them again.

Joni

May 09, 2013
for joni
by: nat

yes please do - ill be doing some more at start of june! hope all is going well for you

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Starting The Hair Loss Diet On 10/2/2013

by Lance Dean
(Superior, WI, USA)

My name is Lance and I am starting the hair loss diet. I read in your 40 questions ebook that protein powder is not recommended. I am asking because on and off I have practiced strength training and I am getting back into it along with the diet. The protein powder I take is an all natural whey protein with stevia and no sugar. The ingredients list is very short. Thoughts?

Thanks.

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Oct 03, 2013
Whey Protein Powder Supplements
by: Sheree

Hi, Lance, welcome to The Healthy Diet Paradise!

There are many different types of protein powder. Some of these powders actually encourage hair growth.

Other types of protein powders have a strong link to hair loss.

Look on the protein powder container to see if it says protein isolates. This is the type of protein that is linked to hair loss.

The other type of protein is called whey protein concentrate. This type of protein is associated with hair growth.

Stevia is fine for the hair loss diet. Can you tell me what other ingredients are in it?

Warm regards,

Sheree


Oct 03, 2013
Protein powders
by: Lou

Hi,
Sorry to hijack this post but I have read with interest as I have been using protein supplements for a couple of years. The stuff I was using, already stopped as I did wonder if it could be connected, contains soy protein isolates....are these a potential cause then?

Thanks,
Lou

Oct 03, 2013
Protein Isolates
by: Sheree

Hi Lou.

Protein isolates cause hair loss. Dr. Shapiro did a study, and this link was made. Another reason I made the connection is that so many men were asking me if whey protein isolates was a possible connection to their hair loss. And it turns out that it is.

Any time you take a food and crush it or change its components, it can have an effect on your hormones.

Strive for food that is in its original, natural condition and you will avoid this problem.

Sheree

Oct 03, 2013
Bad protein!
by: Lou

Thanks, am glad I stopped these already then!! Do you know if this damage is reversible?
Am keeping up the diet since I found this site with up couple of slip ups. Very easy to control at home but not so much when out.
Thanks again!!

Oct 03, 2013
Evil protein!
by: Lou

Thanks!! Good job I already stopped using them. Do you know if the damage due to protein powders is reversible?!

Thanks for your help!

Oct 03, 2013
Evil Protein
by: Lou

Thanks for the speedy response!
So, is damage due to protein powders reversible? I haven't taken them for a couple of months now and there has been no noticeable difference in the hair loss.

Thanks for you help!

Oct 03, 2013
Damage is Reversible
by: Sheree

Hi Lou,

Yes, any damage from the whey protein isolates is reversible. If it's been two months, then regrowth should resume promptly.

If you slip up occasionally, it won't have any effect on the diet. If you do this constantly, it will reverse the effects of the diet and you'll have to start over.

Warm regards,

Sheree

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Just Started The Hair Loss Diet

by G

Hello! I have been on the hair loss diet for about 2 weeks now, and it feels really good :)

I just have some questions and would be really grateful for answers.

If I understand correctly, the idea is to eat as little sugar as possible. So I just wonder how much apples and kiwis I can eat each day, since there is sugar in apples and kiwis, right? or is that some other kind of sugar?

Also, i don't have the money and time to buy all the food on the diet, so this is my diet basically:

Day 1:

Breakfast: homemade cereal which is:
oats, raisins, pumpkin seeds, nuts, sunflower seeds, also 1 can of King Oscar sardines and half avocado. Drink water + green tea, and soy milk in cereal

Lunch:

Salad: Spinach, red cabbage, celery, leeks, peppers, tomato, green beans, black beans, red beans and lentils. Also, fillet of chicken.

Dinner: Salmon + onions + leeks + celery + apple
water and green tea.

Day 2: instead of cereal, 2-3 boiled eggs, turkey bacon. Between these meals I eat apples, kiwis, or carrots.

I do day 1 and day 2 and then day 1 again and so on...

So i wonder if there is something i should add or remove?


I am a 21-year-old male and a student.
Other than this, I am very healthy, and I exercise twice a day, so i am always hungry, lol. :) Will the hungry phase pass when i adjust to the diet?

btw, Should there be no cow milk or dairy at all? i used to drink a lot of cow milk, maybe one liter every day, but stopped when I read this website

How long before i should see results? it feels thicker, but maybe that is just illusion, since it has only been 2 weeks. I think at least less hair loss each day, which is nice.

One last question: what do you think about essential oils like rosemary and lavender on the scalp? Have you tried this?


And last: Thank you very much for this website. I got so much hope and motivation after reading the diet program, and you are doing a really good thing here. You are very kind.

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Oct 24, 2013
More Food!
by: Sheree

Hello there!

Your diet looks great. There is one thing, however that jumped out. If you are hungry, this is counter productive. You should be hungry on very rare occasions. Hunger is not part of this diet at all. Eat avocados, cheese, fruit and nuts in abundance.

Rosemary and other essential oils do help stimulate hair growth, and they've been used for centuries. Massage your scalp with these oils twice a day.

You can definitely have milk and dairy. Make sure that the milk is organic and not pumped full of hormones.

So your diet looks great, it's just that the volume of food needs to be increased.

Warm regards,

Sheree


Oct 25, 2013
Thanks !!
by: Anonymous

Thank you for your answere!
Can i just ask one more question?

sometimes my scalp itches, is that a good or a bad sign?

thank you again Sheree

Oct 25, 2013
Itching
by: Sheree

In some people, their hair will itch or tingle when their hair begins to grow back. So this is a good sign. My belief is you can feel it when the follicles turn back on.

Love,

Sheree

Oct 26, 2013
DHT Blocker
by: Anonymous

Okay. Yeah, that make sense :)

I was just thinking, it wouldn't matter how much healthy food you eat if the nutrition does not reach the hair follicles. And I heard that the DHT hormone block the nutrition from the follicle, so I'm just saying that to maximize the effect, maybe I should make sure that there is no DHT in the scalp.

So I did some reading and found that saw palmetto can stop the DHT production. but i also read that saw palmetto can have some side effects like less sexual drive, and I don't want that.

So do you know any food that has the same effects as saw palmetto? I heard maybe green tea and pumpkin seeds are good, but I don't know how much I must eat every day? I would be super grateful for some help.

Oct 28, 2013
Foods to Fight DHT
by: Sheree

Saw Palmetto can have side effects for some people, but it's still the top rated herbal solution for hair regrowth in men. In clinical studies, Saw Palmetto had results similar to Propecia.

Pumpkin seeds are important too. Pumpkin seeds have zinc, which is essential for your hair. They also have vitamin e, antioxidants, protein, iron and copper.

Green tea does it all. We have it listed on our super foods page. If you want to be successful with the diet, drink two to three cups of green tea per day. These foods will allow your natural defenses to stop hair loss.

Warm regards,

Sheree


Nov 05, 2013
Salt in food ??
by: Anonymous

Hello again.
I was just wondering if it is okay to eat salt in food? i know there is no sugar in in this diet, but sometimes i have salt on my fish/sardines to make them taste better. i also eat some salted pumkin seeds. is that bad?
also last friday i had some homemade pizza with my friends, is that going to have a bad effect on the progress?

Nov 05, 2013
Borage oil
by: Anonymous

Can men use Borage oil ? i saw your video, and you mention that this is the best supplement for hair growth, but is it for men and women alike?

Nov 05, 2013
Home Made Pizza
by: Sheree

Yes, men will greatly benefit from borage oil. Take it twice per day as directed by the instructions.

For the home made pizza, as long as this is very occasional, it won't affect your progress.

Salt will not be a problem for the hair loss diet. As long as you stay within the guidelines recommended by your doctor, you'll be fine.

Good luck to you!

Sheree


Dec 18, 2013
Frozen blue berries
by: Anonymous

Hey again, just some question
i read about how cardaro took his fruits in juice form, thus i was wondering if i am doing wrong when i buy frozen blue berries.
what i do is i buy frozen blue berries to add in my breakfast homemadecereal. i use soy milk, but that does not taste to good, but im wondering if the blue berries are high glycemic because when they are defrozen and ready to use in the cereal, there is some blue berrie juice, so should i stop eating them? thanks,
and Merry christmas everyone :) !

Dec 20, 2013
Frozen Blueberries
by: Sheree

You can have frozen blueberries. It's only when the fruit is juiced that it becomes high glycemic. blueberries are great for your hair because they are anti-inflammatory. So no problem there.


Good luck!

Sheree



Jan 03, 2014
Fo ti for men?
by: Anonymous

Hello, just wondered if fo ti is only for female or can i who am male use it? are there any side effects specially for men?

also, nettle root is that safe to use?

many thans :)

Jan 03, 2014
Fo-ti
by: Anonymous

Fo-ti is very safe. The only thing is you can't use it if you have diarrhea. Also, nettle root is extremely safe. Nettle root is particularly good for men with hair loss.




Jan 12, 2014
help me please!
by: Anonymous

Hi again. i really need some help. As i am a student i hang out with friends a lot. These times alcohol is often used. I try all i can to drink as little as possible, but then i feel that they think im strange. But i reallly need to know how much alcohol is okay to drink in order to still stay on track. I get this bad feeling whenever i drink a beer or some wine, because im afraid i have to start all over again on the diet. I need to know how much sugar innpacts the hair, cause there is sugar in beer and wine. Also how does it work: does hair start falling the day after you have drunken beer or eaten sugar? or does it take a week ? a month ?
please help, thanks alot!

Jan 12, 2014
Alcohol
by: Sheree

Your friends will think you are strange when you are on this diet. For students, the best way to handle it is to tell your friends as little as possible. Most of my coaching clients are college students in their 20s, so I hear about this problem a lot.

If you're drinking alcohol, it can very well slow down your results. So you have to keep drinking to a minimum. You can drink non alcoholic beer, or just stop altogether.

You will get teased and made fun of, but being different is the very fabric for the success of the diet. Because you basically have to reject the norm.

Hang in there,

Love,

Sheree

Jan 20, 2014
Vaccination Side Effects?
by: Anonymous

I have just taken a combination of Hepatitis A and B vaccinations. I was just reading there might be some connection between the vaccine and hair loss. I have not experienced any hair loss today, but was a little scared when I read about the connection. I was just wondering if anyone knew about this.

Have you guys taken the vaccine? I think the cases were rare, though. And I'm going good with the diet, so it would suck if I would get a punch in the face by the vaccine.

The reason I took it was because of a school trip to Singapore. I still have two shots of vaccine remaining.

Thanks very much for the answers.

G

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Excited to Start!

Hello Sheree, my name's Martin, I've been emailing you recently. I thought I would just post here instead of by email. I am very excited to start this diet for hair regrowth!

I just have a question. Will the diet alone provide me with hair regrowth? Or are the supplements required as well? If they are, would you recommend them all? Or would Fo-Ti be enough?

This is quite the site you have by the way. Hats off to you. And to the ones that have shown that this diet works, thanks for the pics!

Martin

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May 26, 2014
I Got Your E-Mail
by: Sheree

Hi Martin,

I'm excited for you too. Not only does this diet regrow your hair, but you'll notice a lot of other exciting changes as well.

I did get your e-mail, and I listed the best supplements for your hair. I hope you got it.

Please be sure to take a snapshot of your hair. Taking pictures will document your hair regrowth, and will help encourage you when you see results.

Love,

Sheree


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Started 2 weeks ago and shedding like crazy

by A.
(UK)

Started this diet 2 weeks ago, added a hair growth supplement 1 week ago and am shedding like crazy - losing about 4 to 5 times the amount of hair I was losing on a daily basis prior to starting this diet.
Is this normal? I can't see how eliminating sugar and processed starches could possibly impact my hair in such a negative way, but it appears to have done so.

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Jun 02, 2014
Way Too Early
by: Anonymous

Hello there,

Two weeks is far too early to see any effects from the diet. When you're dealing with diet and hair loss, there's a delayed effect. Sometimes positive or negative effects from our diets can take months to show up. There's most likely something else going on with your system. Two months is the earliest to be looking at any impact from the diet.

The diet has about a six-month learning curve, and has to be slowly adapted. Give yourself plenty of time to learn and grow into the diet. If you decide to stick with this, it's for the rest of your life. It's tough. It may not be for everybody.

Good luck.

Sheree

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New Year's Resolution

This is Brandon. I posted a few months back about the hair thinning problem I am having. I am going to start the hair loss diet on new year's 2013,. I've bought most of the foods that are on the diet (spinach, swiss chard, canned salmon, steel cut oatmeal with blueberries, eggs, turkey bacon, broccoli, black beans, brown rice, etc.)

I used to eat a lot of spaghetti, breads, cheese, fast food, stuff that is apparently bad for your hair, so I feel like it's no wonder my hair is only getting thinner.

Anyway my main question is that I'm 21 and I noticed my hair thinning 3 years ago. Would the diet alone be enough to restore my lost hair, or would I have to take the vitamins you listed in the video as well? I'll try to post pictures.

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Dec 11, 2012
Supplements
by: Sheree

Hi, Brandon,

The diet is enough to restore your hair. The supplements will aid and speed the growth of your hair. The diet is your baseline.

Think of the hair loss diet as a boat. The boat floats and will move along with the winds. Think of the supplements a paddles that move the boat along faster.

So in other words, your hair will still grow back with the diet alone. But if you take the pills alone, it will have much less of an effect.

Maybe you can gather all of the supplements you're going to use, and then begin them at the same time as the diet.

Good luck in the year 2013!

Let us know how you are.

Warm Regards,

Sheree

Dec 31, 2012
canned foods?
by: Brandon

Thanks Sheree,

This is some really good information and I feel as though changing my diet and sticking to this one shouldn't be hard. I find most of these foods taste good anyway. I was also wondering if the foods like fish and beans that come in a can are acceptable? I usually make sure I buy canned Atlantic salmon (boneless) and fry it slightly to eat with my veggie salads. Will the foods work the same if they are canned? I wasn't exactly sure if natural beans meant otherwise.

Dec 31, 2012
Canned Beans & Salmon
by: Sheree

Hi, Brandon,

Yes, Atlantic salmon in a can is great. Atlantic salmon containing skin and bones is awesome for your hair.

Canned beans are good too. Making beans naturally requires long preparation and cooking time. Canned beans can cut cooking time from hours to minutes. The only thing is with canned beans, be careful of added sugar.

Good luck to you Brandon!

Sheree


Jan 17, 2013
stronger immune system and multivitamins
by: Brandon

Hi Shiree,

I have yet to follow the diet exactly as you describe in the 7 day guide but I have limited my diet to only those foods you describe, with the occasional snacks that may be a little higher on the glycemic index. Since eating only those foods I noticed my immune system is much stronger (everyone in my house is very sick with the flu yet I feel perfectly fine). Is an improved immune system a sign of progress seeing as I have been prone to illness the last few years? Also, I am sometimes not able to eat 3-4 meals a day as of school and limited funds but I try to compensate by taking a multivitamin in the morning and evening. My meals almost always consist of salads with avocados/the vegetables you mentioned, leeks, canned Pacific salmon with skin and bones, chicken, and sardines. Will the multivitamins help at all if I miss the occasional meal?

Jan 18, 2013
Foods Taken With Supplements
by: Sheree

Hi, Brandon,

Yes, the first thing you'll notice is you don't get sick. Your body is building a mighty fortress against disease. It's one of the most intriguing facts about eating correctly. Everyone around you will be stumbling around sick, and you're going to stand as strong as an ox, unbending to illness.

As for the meals, you don't have to prepare them exactly the way it's listed on the 7-day menu. You can use any type of food you desire.

You can occasionally eat foods a little higher on the glycemic index. It's when it's done at every meal every day that it becomes a problem.

Vitamins can never take the place of a complete nutritious meal. They need to be taken in conjunction with the correct diet. But if you don't feel hungry, then you're okay. Your system will let you know if you're falling short on nutritional reserves.

Please let me know if you have any more questions.

Warmest Regards,

Sheree




Feb 01, 2013
causes?
by: Brandon

Hi again,

I was just wondering if I could get your opinion on how long the hair loss process normally takes? For me, it seemed like I just woke up one day and my hair was half as thick as it used to be. That was when I was 18 and now I am 21 and pretty much 80% bald. I used to have really thick hair then the next day it's noticeably thinning. I did go through a lot of physical and emotional stress and extremely poor diet around that time which would probably cause hair loss. Is it normal for someone to lose that much hair density in that short of time? Also, do I still have a chance of getting my hair back even though I lost almost all my hair? (almost complete miniaturization)

Feb 01, 2013
....
by: Anonymous

hey bro,

the web master is not available until after feb 16
i wish i had the anser for u

Jul 23, 2014
Hair Thinning
by: Yvonne Isom

Hello Sheree,

I'm 51 and my hair has been balding in the temple and crown area and thinning for many many years (since my 20s). Before the wealth of all the information found on the internet (which is how I found you--thank God)I've applied topical products and have also taken supplements in an effort to try and combat my hair loss issues. All the medical testing have come back within normal range.

My question is, if my hair loss has been over an extended period of time, will this diet w/ supplements restore my receding/thinning hairline.

I'm at my (hair) wits end so I'm grateful for your feedback.

Thank You,
Yvonne

Jul 23, 2014
The Hair Loss Diet Will Work for You
by: Sheree

Hi Yvonne,

Yes, I believe 100 percent that it will work for you. Typically, the longer the hair loss has been going on, the longer the diet takes. But that's not always the case. I've actually seen the diet work very rapidly, even in cases of hair loss spanning decades.

I know that the hair loss industry can be frustrating. The best thing about this diet is it wrestles control away from the systems that don't work, and puts it right back into your hands. So you have 100 percent control.

Good luck to you Yvonne,

Love,

Sheree

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Just Starting Out

by Shel
(England)

I've stumbled across your site at just the right time for me. My hair has been gradually thinning for over 10 years. During that time, recession of my hairline has been gradual but also variable. There was a period after a long detox when it filled back in almost to its original state before slipping back to a much worse state.

A couple of months ago my scalp was permanently tingling/itching, I had a massive shedding phase and during this time I saw how bad the hairline was, balding at the temples 2-3 inches in on each side and I could no longer find hairstyles to cover it. I could no longer do hairstyles from a week or two previous.

I was in despair, scared to touch my hair and went to see a trichologist. They prescribed a super-strength minoxidil and hair vitamins. It cost a lot of money. And I paid it, but I was disappointed that they didn't seem to acknowledge my scalp issue. The minoxidil still sits, virtually untouched, as I decided to instead try to get to the root cause.

Using natural products, I have managed to stop the awful sensation in my scalp but I do wonder what caused it and the excessive and prolonged shedding. The shedding has slowed (prob as there's not much hair left to come out!) but when I comb or touch or dry it, then I will lose quite a few hairs at a time. My apartment seems to have clumps of hair wherever I look.

I am about to start your diet as I believe it can help, but is there anything I can have instead of eggs which I am intolerant to?

In terms of supplements I am taking liquid vits, fenugreek and fo ti and will add what is suggested in the video.

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May 30, 2013
You Will Get Through This
by: Sheree

Hello, Shel, I'm so pleased to meet you.

Although eggs have tremendous health properties, if you cannot tolerate them, you will still get amazing results.

There are many things that could cause shedding. I don't know if you've been tested for autoimmune disorders, but about one-fourth of our hair loss visitors have them. Many times, our doctors completely overlook autoimmune diseases as a cause for hair loss.

So we'd have to look at previous diagnoses, medication, health history, and slowly but surely figure out what is causing this.

I do believe the diet will work for you. Stick with us. You're going to get through this.

Here's the link if you're interested in coaching.

Click here for coaching

Also, some of the senior members here are advanced with the diet, and they can be a tremendous resource. They will be able to help you both with the diet, and any emotional issues that may arise.

Good luck to you!

Love,

Sheree







Jun 02, 2013
reply
by: Shel

Thank you! I will certainly get checked out for the auto-immune disease - thanks for your support. Shel

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This Site is Giving Me Hope!

by Sabrina
(NC)

I've been losing my hair for awhile now, I've been in a depression, I've felt so alone and helpless for such a long time. I have everything in life to be happy about, but my hair-loss consumes me.

I have an amazing husband who loves me no matter what and my 4 year old daughter who is my world. I should be happy and enjoying every moment with them but instead I hide from life.

This hair loss situation has left me so insecure about myself. I just want my hair back.
I've come across this site and it's given me hope for the first time. I've gone to doctor after doctor, and none of them takes my situation seriously or care. I am willing to do anything to have my hair grow back. Where do I start?

Is there a diet plan to follow? What vitamins should I be taking? I understand low glycemic, but is there an actual diet plan or list of what to eat and what not to eat? I am anxious to get started, for the first time in a very long time I have hope. Please respond : )

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Jun 14, 2014
The Winds of Change
by: Sheree

Hello Sabrina,

You needn't look any further. This diet works to regrow hair like nothing you've ever seen before. In the meantime, you will develop parts of yourself you didn't even know existed, like courage, stamina, patience and self-worth.

The road to recovery is steep, and it's difficult. You will have to pull every emotional reserve you have within you to get through this. Be strong for me, and hang tough. I work with people with hair loss every day, and everything they feel, I feel. So when I say I understand your pain, I mean it.

You can start here. This page below lists the foods that are safe to eat. And then it links you to recipes and videos that are safe for your hair.


Click this link here below for the 7-day menu.

7-day hair growth menu here

If you prefer, I can walk you step by step through the coaching process.

You can either do it by telephone or by email.

The choice is yours. And my clients will tell you, I uncover everything.

So dry those tears. You're going to be here for a long time, learning, developing and re-growing your hair.

Good luck to you, Sabrina.

Love,

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Giving The Hair Loss Diet a Go

by Liz
(Illinois, U.S. )

Last summer I noticed a small bald patch at the side of my head. It totally freaked me out. I've always had extremely thick hair, but it had shed and broken off after a Brazilian keratin treatment.

I had cut several inches off my hair several months earlier in the spring and thought my hair was on it's way to recovery, so seeing the bald patch was a big surprise. I watched it like a hawk for several months but it didn't fill in.

I also noticed that my hair was severely thinning at the temples on both sides. I considered (and even ordered) Rogaine but decided against using it. I chalked up the thinning to hair care and placed my hair in a "protective style" for over a month. While I did get new growth, the bald patch remained and I didn't see my hair actually getting thicker.

That's when I finally admitted to myself that I was experiencing true hair loss (not a hair mishap), started researching how to naturally reverse it, and found this website. Today marks day 2.

Liz

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Embracing Optimal Health

by Janine
(Miami, Fl)

Good day, folks: About 5 years ago, I noticed thinned out areas near the front upper sides of my hairline (on each side). My hair is thick and worn in its natural state so it didn't really bother me too much...until now.

Now I'm wearing my below shoulder length hair in a loose braided style using my own hair and the thin parts are noticeable. So, I thought I'd refine my eating habits to help my body return to an optimal state of health.

I'm thankful that I already had an idea of how to eat mostly whole foods. Reading this site took my knowledge to another level though. I love how Sheree makes the information available to anyone who would like to solve their hair health issues.

I've contacted her at least twice just to tell her thanks about what I've learned simply by reading the info listed here. For instance, the ubiquitous smoothie trend. I learned that it's not as healthy as I used to think, being that the food is no longer in its whole state. So, now I enjoy my raspberries and blackberries in a bowl. Instead of in a smoothie. Simple changes like that can make a difference.

I started following the Hair Health plan suggested by Sheree about 2 weeks ago now, so it's too early to share any details in regards to hair growth. However, I'm thankful for yet another opportunity to be as healthy,lovely, and powerful as I'm meant to be...naturally.

Thank you,

J

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Four Weeks In and This Isn't Easy

by Liz
(Illinois, U.S. )

So I've been doing the hair loss diet for about 4 weeks now and consistency is definitely the biggest challenge. I find that I'm having the most trouble when dining out late at night. I can stick to eating low glycemic all day but when it's 2 or 3 a.m. and I've been out all night the french fries, wings, mozzarella sticks, etc. have been happening a lot. Also going out for breakfast usually leads to pancakes with syrup. If offered I try to get the buckwheat version but I know that the maple syrup is a no no.

My question is do all foods with added sugar have to be cut out? I've found that once a cheat happens it's difficult to get back on track because I start to crave the junk more. In terms of my hair I think it's too early to really see any results. However, I know that I won't see any results if I don't stick to the hair loss diet more consistently. Any advice for dining out or how to avoid the late night food traps.

Thanks!
Liz

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Starting

by John Doe
(USA)

Hello all. I'd like to thank Sheree first for providing such a website and hair loss diet guide for free.

I never really thought about the connection between MPB and things like blood sugar, or the effects of grains, bread etc. on MPB.

I spend at a bare minimum 30 minutes to an hour a day in front of the mirror, parting my hair, examining the progress of the vellus hairs in the temple region, and very carefully monitoring every millimeter of my scalp for changes. I'm 23 now, but I have been losing my hair in a somewhat MPB pattern since just before I turned 21, mostly around the temples. It seems to be progressing slowly, but still, the stress and depression it has caused me has been excruciating at times (I am male with long hair).

I perform intense exercise almost daily, and thought I'd been doing a great job of taking care of myself, until I realized the blood sugar issue, and that most people don't even know they have it! Before considering that, I would literally eat an entire half of a baguette at dinner (sometimes more) with my food. Sure it was "multi-grain", but I doubt that makes much of a difference. I'm not overweight in the slightest, but I was probably heading towards blood sugar problems eating bread like that.

Anyway, I thought this diet looked very promising, not only for hair growth but general well-being. So I decided to take it one step further and eliminate all grains from my diet and see if that helps. I drink a LOT of water, especially since I discovered those lemon juice squeeze bottle things that look like grenades, much simpler than juicing a lemon.

My diet plan consists of a large amount of beans (White beans, Black beans, and Pinto beans), some fish, tuna, light and dark vegetables, whole eggs, and things like that. It's actually very simple. For example, for breakfast all I have to do is cook two whole eggs, open a bag of spinach and grab a big handful and plop it down into my plate, and there's breakfast. I also love onions and garlic, which form the base of one of my dinner plans, onions with pinto beans. So simple!

I also dedicate at the bare minimum two hours a day to "exercises" for my hair, namely a scalp exercise where you move your scalp forwards and back by alternately contracting your frontalis muscles in your forehead and your occipital muscles in the back of your head. (My scalp is very loose, probably because of this, but I have never checked before doing the exercise so I can't be sure).

The other exercise is balayam, which is supposedly an ancient yoga cure for hair loss. It's very controversial, but it's free and there are pretty much no side effects, and totally natural.

Anyway, I swear I'm seeing improvement in at least a small area of my temple, but I have barely been on this diet for a week so that's probably due to some other reason, maybe removing bread worked.

I plan on taking photos soon, hopefully within the week, to document my progress!

Thanks again Sheree!

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Dec 27, 2014
You're Welcome!
by: Sheree

Hello there!

You are so welcome. You really sound like you have a handle on your hair recovery. And it sounds like you're making great progress.

Your hard work is going to pay off. I see you have some very unique ideas to recover your hair. I know that massage is very effective at breaking up scar tissue.

I would love to post your pictures whenever you're ready!

Good luck to you!

Warm regards,

Sheree

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Hair regrowth Story

by Abdi
(California)


Hey Sheree. These are some of my pictures I wanted to show you, and my hair is quite a mess, receding and all that. Sorry about that lol.

So far this week I started to like this diet, pretty much eating vegetables and other foods. Do you recommend me taking supplements like iron or biotin? Also how can I contact you more on email or on this page?

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Apr 05, 2015
Thank You Abdi
by: Sheree

Hi Abdi,

You can start taking supplements when you feel ready. If you've just started the diet, you don't have to worry about the supplements right now.


If you need coaching, you can use the email or telephone coaching, and I will guide you through the seven hair loss diet concepts in detail. I am pretty much at my max for coaching, but if you want to sign up, I should have openings after Wednesday of next week.

From what I can see, your hair loss is extremely early, and is very easy to reverse. You caught it very early, and recovery will be easy for you.

Love,

Sheree

Apr 08, 2015
yeah
by: Abdi

Dear Sheree, I wanna know does high fructose corn syrup have any effect on hair? I eat foods with ketchup sometimes. I try to keep my diet on 2000 calories at least or more so i can try not to loose weight. Also i dont have any gluten problems so do you reccommend if I do eat whole wheat bread or is it really bad for the hair. Please reply back.

Apr 09, 2015
Hi Abdi
by: Sheree

Hi Abdi

Yes, HFCS does affect your hair. Please do not use foods that contain it. HFCS will slow down your progress. And we 100% do not eat wheat. In the research I've done, wheat is much more dangerous than sugar. And most wheat breads have both.

It doesn't matter if you have gluten problems or not. It's essential to remove wheat. From what I've seen, many people can develop a problem with wheat gluten that can cause mysterious ailments that doctors don't have a name for. The hair loss diet is a no wheat diet!

Love,

Sheree

Apr 09, 2015
okay
by: Abdi

Dear Sheree, Okay, so im not supposed to eat whole wheat foods to get carbs? So eating a burger with that is also bad for hair. I thought wheat bread without the gluten was good for you. How about pasta does that fall into wheat?just wondering

Apr 11, 2015
All Wheat Contains Gluten
by: Sheree

Hi Abdi,

All wheat has gluten. So if you're eating a burger with the bun, you're eating gluten. There's no such thing as healthy wheat. And yes, standard pasta does fall into the wheat category.

Your menu should look like our seven-day hair loss diet planner. Follow the menu, and you should be fine. Click the link below.

Click here for menu.


Love,

Sheree

Apr 19, 2015
dear sheree
by: Abdi

Dear Sheree,

If i cant eat whole wheat bread what types of bread are good and i did some research is whole wheat flour any good it has some iron so is that good for hair And so does ground ginger,cumin,and amamaranth if thats how you spell it. I stopped with red meat and eat chicken and fish for protein. On your diet book it says avoid inflammatory foods but why is cereal one of them? Pls reply back thanks.

Apr 19, 2015
No Wheat Bread
by: Sheree

Hi Abdi,

Whole wheat flour is no good. No wheat flour at all. Amaranth, cumin and ginger are perfect for you. There are gluten-free breads, but your focus should be to remove bread completely right now. Eat food in its whole form.

We don't eat cereal because it is a heavily processed food. It's extremely important for you to understand why. I'm giving you a link to our processed food page. Click the link below.

Learn about processed food here.


Also, make sure you eat until you're full and you should be fine.

Love,

Sheree

May 03, 2015
ohh
by: Abdi

I see now. I was doing some research and found out gluten blocks something in the small intestine from absorbing minerals and i thought people with celiac disease had this problem.ive eaten lots of banana loaf breads and didnt know what would happen. Guess anyone can have the same problem.Just got a haircut btw and gonna start the journey over lol. also what do you think of chipotle burrito bowls without the tortilla are they safe? The brown rice makes me feel constipated sometimes is it alright to take white rice.

May 14, 2015
slow progress
by: Abdi -San Diego

Dear Sheree,

I have slow progress so far. I've eliminated wheat/gluten/bread pasta and processed cereals and sugars. Now my left side of my hairline is growing which is very good! My right side is still in bad shape though.

What do i gotta do Sheree? I'm eating tuna, white basamiti rice, if that's how you spell it, and chicken and a few vegetables my favorite. One is the red bell pepper.

I'm also using this borage oil and I'm using the one that's 1000mg I got from Sprouts today. Any idea if that will help me? As of now I'm 18 so is it safe to take?

I'm hoping to get hair like yours. Please reply back. Thanks.

Abdi

May 14, 2015
Abdi's Hair is Growing Back!
by: Sheree

Hi Abdi,

Your hair is growing back! Yesssss. I love good news. You said one side is growing back and the other one isn't. This is very common. One side tends to fall out first, then the other. And then the hair grows back in the same way it fell out.

I know your diet is good because we already talked about it. But here's the thing. The white basmati rice has to go. You can have that about once a week, or remove it completely.

The borage oil is great. I was just doing some reading on the effects, and it's very powerful for your hair.

Your hair will completely grow back, even thicker than before. The progress you are showing is very fast, and the other side of your hair will begin to grow back as well.

Please document your progress through pictures, because then you can show other people how this works. And then they can read your story.

Congratulations Abdi!

Love

Sheree

Jun 06, 2015
dear sheree
by: Abdi

Omg my hairline got messed up again.i took a few cheat days which was bad. Guess i gotta fix it again. Im thinking about juicing vegetables and few fruit not anything like bananas. I know too much sugar isn't good. Whats are your thoughts sheree.

Thanks

Jul 09, 2015
dear sheree
by: Abdi

Dear Sheree,
Im trying to get my hairline to come forth but its getting so hard. Im eating alot of protein tuna chicken and other good foods but what should i add to my diet. Do you think taking probiotics will help. I also take this multivitamin but it doesnt seem to grow the hair but slowed hair from falling. I think the problem is probably in my gut cuz im not fully absorbing the vitamins.
Please reply back thanks.

Jul 10, 2015
Foods for Hair Loss
by: Sheree

Hello Abdi,

Probiotics have lots of benefits. I've never heard of it helping to regrow hair, but it certainly couldn't hurt.

Our hair loss nutrition page is an invaluable resource, because not only does it teach you what to eat, but the exact quantities and proper combinations. Don't forget that you can always use substitutions in place of the foods listed there.

Follow the hair loss 7-day nutrition planner as closely as possible. Here's the link.

Click here for 7-day meal planner.


Good luck!

Sheree

Sep 22, 2015
update
by: Abdi

Hey Sheree,

My hair is so much worse than it was before. Im on a small budget.I mean i went to the grocery store the fish cost like 7.00 and the small cans of tuna are like close to a dollar each. Man who knew eating healthy could be so expensive. I mean really. Especially when i go to school as a fulltime student i sometimes dont have the time and money. I know you said follow the diet plan but just the time, money, and exams is what i worry about the most. Also is coffee ok to drink in this diet? Please reply back Sheree.

Thanks

Sep 22, 2015
Eat Whole Foods
by: Sheree

Hi Abdi,

The diet doesn't have to be expensive. There are extremely young teenagers on the diet. They buy the cheapest food, and it's working.

Get a 25-pound bag of brown rice for $12.00, and a 25-pound bag of beans for $15.00. They will last you six to nine months.

When you go to the store, get complete sources of protein that's on sale. When you find deals, stock up and store the remainder.

Read the money saving tips on this page.

And yes, you can have coffee in moderation.

Hang in there for me.

Love,

Sheree

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First Steps On My Journey

by Mrs B.
(UK)

Mrs. B's Before Picture

Mrs. B's Before Picture

I began to experience hair thinning at age 50, a few years ago. I had also suffered since a child with chronic fatigue that got worse and worse over the years. I am lucky enough to have a wonderful husband. So, a few days in to the hair-loss, sugar-free diet and I've already had some surprises. The first is that my husband is over the moon about the diet. He loves the sardines, greens and other vegetables, beans and brown rice. He keeps saying how every meal is a "10". And it turns out that he has always preferred these foods. That makes it so easy and fun to share with him. The second surprise is that I discovered sardines in olive oil from Portugal. (They are packed within hours of being caught) Well, I did not like sardines AT ALL, but tried these and I feel addicted to them! My body craves sardines!! I also enjoy Wild Alaskan Salmon and can get hold of them quite easily and cheaply too.

As I am only a few days in, I have not yet experienced hair re-growth, but, despite some sugar-withdrawal symptoms, today I turned down some of my own home-made sugar-free tea loaf that has dried fruit in it. I was still satisfied from my nutritious breakfast, and also just didn't desire the sweet taste.

Anyway, sorry to rattle on. I have taken a before photo which I will upload here when I have some results to show.

I would just like to ask a question from others on this journey. I do not have terribly healthy gums,they bleed quite easily on brushing, and I feel like they are fighting off infection, and teeth always need de-scaling. It doesn't feel very comfortable. Has anyone experienced any improvements in their teeth and gums please? (especially older people who have long-term problems over the years)

Oh, and the other question is 'do you think it is possible that the soft, fuzz on the sides of my face could disappear with my new nutritious diet?' Apparently Marilyn Monroe had these, so I could live with them, but would prefer not too : )'

I would like to thank you for everything you have done and are doing. I love that you have such a passion and find it such fun and so rewarding. Have a happy day : )

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Jul 19, 2015
Hello Mrs. B
by: Sheree

Hello Mrs. B,

Getting your family on board is half the battle. So that is a huge accomplishment that your husband loves the diet. He's going to notice thicker hair and many other side benefits that go along with eating this way.

The sardines are going to rebuild your hair. Sardines come in at a close second next to salmon. I'm glad you found sardines that you love, because this will really speed up your progress.

I am eagerly awaiting your before and after photographs, so thank you for that.

For the peach fuzz on your face, if it's caused by a high GI diet, it will clear up on its own. If it's just the way your system is wired, then I'm uncertain.

If it's caused by a high GI diet, When your hormones settle down, it's going to reduce or eliminate the facial hair.

We'll wait to hear about your progress.

Love,

Sheree

Jul 20, 2015
Thank you
by: Mrs B

Thank you Sheree for your kind and encouraging comments! They are much appreciated.

Jul 21, 2015
encountering difficulties
by: Mrs B

The diet is going well, and I like the food, but almost a week in and my body feels like it is very inflamed right now. Could it be withdrawal from sugar? My symptoms are feeling stressed and eczema itching my head and scalp and ears.

I am eating no sugar or processed foods, but I have eaten two pieces of fruit each day, sometimes quite sweet ones like banana. However, I eat a lot more vegetables than fruit, including lots of raw spinach leaves, leeks etc and fish every day. I feel quite confused right now because I was not expecting to feel like inflammation has increased rather than calmed down.

I am also eating very little homemade sugar free wholemeal bread. I never eat it without butter,cheese and salad. My only other grains are brown rice. I really could do with some reassurance right now.

Jul 21, 2015

by: Sheree

Hello, Mrs. B.

I'm uncertain if the inflammatory or itching reaction you're getting is from sugar withdrawals. One thing I know for sure is this: When I'm in coaching, my clients are constantly delivering new symptoms of sugar withdrawals. So it wouldn't surprise me if it was related.

Removing refined sugar is a very extensive and prolonged process. The withdrawals can be quite devastating. The only way to get through them is to stay the course. If you bend away from the diet, you're going to be trapped in the constant cycle of addiction.

I saw in your post that you're eating wholemeal bread. Is this made with wheat flour? We heavily discourage the use of any wheat products. Here's the link to our gluten & hair loss page for more information.

Click here for wheat-related hair loss info.


Love,

Sheree

Jul 27, 2015
Other Benefits
by: Mrs B

While I am waiting for the new hair growth, I am also observing some encouraging changes to my health.

My nails have become stronger and have stopped breaking, and my gums are not sore. Yesterday, for the first time in about 25 years, my gums did not bleed on brushing! That is huge, of course, and gives me hope that this will continue.

Without any real effort, I have also lost 3 pounds in under two weeks too!I am no spring chicken, so it is not something one expects. I have not been this weight since I was a teenager.

Despite these changes, it is still hard to wait to see new hair growth, and I keep checking the mirror - but in a way, these other results make me feel that SOMETHING is impacting my health, and hopefully will reach my scalp sometime soon.

Jul 27, 2015
Stay the Course
by: Sheree

Hi Mrs. B,

Since you're already seeing seriously positive side effects, we can fully expect that your hair will respond in due course. Sometimes the hair will come back at the same time as these other changes are happening, and sometimes the hair responds last.

I have a feeling that there was probably some internal inflammation that was affecting your gums. Now that you're on a powerful anti-inflammatory diet, it has most likely corrected it.

These changes are very encouraging. This diet is a permanent lifestyle. Once your hair grows completely back, the diet must be consistently maintained in order to retain your new hair growth.

Stay in touch Mrs. B.

Love,

Sheree

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One And a Half Months In

by Daniel
(New York )

Hi Sheree. I started your diet back on May 14.
And so far I think the thinning slowed down but it's still thinning

I got typical male pattern baldness I believe,
but the thing is every time my hair thins, I feel some sort of tingling sensation in that area.

Now as for the diet every morning I eat one pack of Spanish with a gluten and rvsb free cheese and organic egg sometimes non organic.

Then in the day I snack on nuts like almonds and peanuts. I eat bananas every two weeks and mangos now and then.

I was having oats in the morning. Now I started quinoa. Now since I started my tingling slowed down. It's not as bad as before, but my hair still thins.

I also have masturbation problem. What advice could u give a guy like me.

I'm 24 this July.

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Jul 02, 2015
Slowly Learn the Diet
by: Sheree

Daniel,

Thank you for your submission. I understand that you're having concerns about your hair regrowth.

I'd have to know a lot more to assess your diet. Just from the little information you've given me, your diet is not varied enough. It's not just about eating within the guidelines, it's about food combinations, making sure you're getting enough protein, eating low GI, et cetera.

The tingling that you're talking about is very common. Many times, tingling and discomfort happens when the hair is falling out. But the same tingling can occur when the hair begins to grow back.

It's way to early to worry about results right now. Just make sure you master the diet. There's a lot to this diet, and learning it cannot be rushed.

Use our 7-day meal planner as a guide. If you're still worried about the concepts, please sign up for coaching and I'll walk you through it.

Love,

Sheree

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Fresh Start

by Dylan
(Orlando )

Hello everyone. I've been on the diet for about a month now and started to see minimal results, up until this past weekend when I fell off and ate terrible food, and drank too much alcohol (which has been the hardest thing to quit). I got a fresh start today and plan on sticking to the diet for good!

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Jun 19, 2017
Don't Quit
by: Sheree

Dylan,

Keep moving forward. Setbacks like this happen to nearly everyone. Start again. Cheating and having setbacks is important because they keep you in check. A year from now, you'll look back and be astonished at how far you've come!

Love,

Sheree

Jun 24, 2017
Buckwheat
by: Anonymous

Hi Sheree.I want to ask you a question.
What do you think about buckwheat? Is it appropriate for this diet? Buckwheat does not contain gluten and the glycemic index is low. Can I eat it for carbohydrate?

Jun 25, 2017
Buckwheat Passes With Flying Colors
by: Sheree

Yes, buckwheat is a wonderful addition to the hair loss diet. We use it for our pancakes, and our visitors use it for baking banana bread, muffins and lots of other treats! Go for it!

Love,

Sheree

Jun 25, 2017
Buckwheat
by: Anonymous

I dont like quinoa and brown rice. My diet does not contain enough carbohydrates and I lose weight. Can I make rice from buckwheat seeds to increase carbohydrate intake


Thanks. Love.

Jun 25, 2017
Buckwheat Rice
by: Sheree

Sure, you can make rice from buckwheat seeds, and that will help you to retain weight.

Love

Sheree

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