Advanced Male Pattern Baldness

Hi there, I started losing my hair aged sixteen mainly due to genetics and stress. My hairline has receded quite a fair bit back and to be quite honest it has pretty much ruined my life. I constantly hide behind hats and very rarely go to social events because of this. I recently came across this diet and it is probably my last hope of regrowing my hair. I'm desperate to know can this diet really regrow the hair that has gone and do I need to take supplements for this to work? Thank you.

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Feb 11, 2014
Stay Strong
by: Sheree

Welcome to The Healthy Diet Paradise.

Your poignant letter will resonate with many men, and this is an extremely common question. There have been published studies of men with advanced balding that have reversed their hair loss. The regrowth is described as the hair growing back and knitting back together in a zipper pattern.

When I first started this diet program, it was for basic thinning and balding near the crown. Now we've discovered that it reverses advanced balding in women. And this diet is already proven to completely reverse moderate hair loss in men who stick to the strict guidelines.

I'm unsure of the extent of your hair loss, but I will tell you this: Go on the diet and assume it will work. Put a smile on your face and pursue this with everything you have. I have seen this diet work miracles over and over, and revel in the immense joy our visitors experience when their hair grows back.

Also, take a picture. This diet can take a while, and the results will sneak up on you.

For your emotional concerns, please consider the
MP3 Balding Hypnosis. It will settle your mind while you're in the process of regrowing your hair.

We have statistics on every type of hair loss. We're still waiting for men with advanced balding to go on the diet and give us their results. I would like you to be our first.



Feb 14, 2014
by: Anonymous

Thank you very much for your information and support. I have been on the diet for a week now and I have to say I feel so much better already myself just by cutting out certain foods. I would just like to ask whether I should be doing/taking anything else apart from the diet to get the best results possible?

Feb 14, 2014
A Positive Attitude is a Must
by: Sheree

Make sure your emotions are under control. Use affirmations, biofeedback or hypnosis.

When I get a coaching client, when I see their emotions shift into a positive mode, that's when I know they're going to make it. And that's how I push them. The emotional stress of hair loss is half the battle.

Also, you can start taking supplements. The best supplements for you are nettle root, borage oil,
saw palmetto, and fo-ti. Native Remedies makes a fantastic oil that you can use topically. These supplements, along with the diet, will begin the process and speed things up.

Here's the link to our vitamin page. There are a lot of vitamins listed, but these are the ones that have been proven over and over to work.

Vitamin page

I am very grateful to you for giving us your information, and I'm extremely interested in your results, and your success story.

Remember that you are a warrior.



Sep 08, 2014
hair lost from head
by: Anil Sharma

My hair had been lost at since 9 years ago. Please help me for regrowing my hair.

Sep 08, 2014
Hair Loss Diet Coaching
by: Sheree

Hi Anil,

Have you started the diet yet? If you need personal help, you can sign up for coaching.



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My Current Hair Regrowth Progress and Situation

Dear Sheree, I've been on the diet for some time now. This is an example of what my diet looks like:

Breakfast: 2 slices Ezekiel bread with peanut butter or coconut oil, apple or orange, 2 eggs, 1 cup of green tea. Large cup of blended chard, spinach, broccoli, radish, cucumber, leeks, purple cabbage, and Brussels sprouts

Snack: apple

Lunch: Brown Rice, minimum 1 cup black or pinto beans, 1 Carrot, large cup of blended chard, spinach, broccoli, radish, cucumber, leeks, purple cabbage, and Brussels sprouts.

Snack: blueberries

Dinner: Fried sweet Potatoes, I fry them in olive or coconut oil. One can sardines,

Large cup of blended chard, spinach, broccoli, radish, cucumber, leeks, purple cabbage, and Brussels sprouts.

Snack: peanuts and cashews, or a couple spoons of peanut butter.

I also try to drink water and take two borage oil capsules a day. One in the morning and one at night.

I feel like I may have small prickly hairs growing certain places on my scalp, but I don't see much going on in my front hairline so I'm getting extremely discouraged.

Around my hairline I have white baby vellus hair that can be seen in the light. It's been like this for months. How long will it take until it turns into regular thick terminal hair?

If I keep up this diet, do you think I will get full regrowth? Please get back to me and let me know what you think of my diet. I desperately want to succeed at this diet and want regrowth. Thanks Sheree

Your friend Dre

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Feb 25, 2014
Stay the Course
by: Sheree

Hello, Dre,

The best advice I can give you is stay the course. I've had coaching clients who took a very long time before they saw even a tiny fraction of hair. I'm talking six months, or a bit longer than that. Generally, the longer the hair loss has been going on, the longer the hair takes to grow back.

From what I've seen, hair regrowth can occur suddenly and without warning. Most of the time, the hair grows back fine at first, and then it thickens. Every once in a while, I'll see the hair grow back suddenly with thick terminal hairs.

Your diet is really good. There's two issues here: Ezekiel bread, and juicing your vegetables.

For now, the best advice I can give you is to remove the Ezekiel bread. I just wrote an update about non GMO wheat in our newsletter, and I go into depth about this. There's also information in our ebook about Ezekiel bread. You can sign up for the newsletter on the right navigation bar, and read the back issues.

I notice that you're juicing your vegetables. I know that vegetables taste terrible, but they are your ticket to regrow your hair. Whenever you can, eat your vegetables whole, chewing them thoroughly, twice per day.

I know some of our visitors juice their vegetables, and this is fine. But I tend to think this should be reserved for after you've noticed significant hair regrowth. And then juice them only occasionally.

This diet brings out every characteristic you need to develop your mind, body and soul. In other words, it separates the wheat from the chaff. This diet will test your character and your emotional endurance.

The fact that there's hair that you can see is extremely encouraging. Stay on course. Remember that this is for the rest of your life. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

Another tip is in the morning and at night, press your fingertips against your scalp and massage gently twice per day. This will help to release any scar tissue that may have developed.

Please write us when you hair grows back, and let us know how you are.

Good luck to you..



Feb 26, 2014
About my vegetables...
by: Dre

Thank you so much for the advice and encouragement Sheree. I'm gonna keep pushing forward and remove my bread immediately. Also, I am not juicing my vegetables. I am blending the whole vegetable in a blender, and I then drink down everything including the fiber within. It just fits better with my busy lifestyle. Is that okay? Thanks again for all your help.


Feb 27, 2014
Removing Ezekiel Bread
by: Sheree

Hi Dre,

I'm not too familiar with blending. If you can eat some of your vegetables whole, I think it's better. And I think it's an excellent idea that you removed the Ezekiel bread. I believe this will speed your hair recovery exponentially.

I'll be looking forward to your success story.



Mar 30, 2018
Diet is not hair friendly
by: Anonymous

Your diet includes grains and PUFA (Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids). Therefore, your diet doesn't help your hair loss problem. Olive Oil has 10% of PUFA while coconut oil has 1%. The problem with PUFA is that they're unstable molecules which react very easily when they find Oxygen. That's how radicals are formed and behave like loose canons on a deck. Eliminate grains and consume a lot of carbs but not from grains. Carbs are the only way to reinstate the metabolic rate of the hungry hair follicles.

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