Hair Loss Pictures From Marlon

by Marlon



Hi, everybody. Besides the temples, I think I have over-all thinning as well. I guess I can say it looks a bit like these when I brush my hair back. I hope you don't mind me not showing my face.

Thanks a lot!


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Sep 21, 2012
MarlonHair Loss Photographs
by: Sheree

Marlon, these photos mean the world to me. Thank you so much. You are exactly what we need. Your MPB is extremely mild, at the extreme early stage.
This is the best time possible for the best possible outcome.

Marlon, I saw the picture of the cereal. The cereal has to go. It's highly processed. The problem with cereal manufacturers is they will list very wholesome ingredients. Once you take a look at the flakes, the life has been sucked out of them. They need to be removed.

And Marlon, no juicing. I know it's a complete royal pain to have to eat foods in their natural state. Since every other food in the world is affected by processing, I have to project that thought to vegetables as well. My best advice is to eat them whole.

When you eat this way, it will take up a lot of your time. You will probably become a little annoyed because of the time you will spend in the kitchen. But it will make a world of difference with your hair.

Marlon, if you don't mind, I'd like you to stand by me for about a year. I'm going to work very closely with you. Since we have the picture, we now have something to measure within about six months.

Also, we need to discuss supplementation. Within a few weeks or so, you're going to need to start taking supplements designed for men. We'll get to the bottom of this.

I pray for you, your health and your hair!

Love Sheree

Sep 23, 2012
vegetables in controlled environment
by: Marlon

Hi Sheree,

What's your opinion veggies that are grown in a controlled environment? I think they're called aeroponic or something.

I'm glad you told me about the cereal. Can you suggest some breakfast food that would be able to sustain me all morning? I've said this before, but having little carbs is a big obstacle for me.

For example, in your
Day 5: Dinner:

Broccoli & Onions with ground beef or chicken
One cup of quinoa or lentils
One large glass of water

I would have to have LOTS of them if I want to get through the whole night. Eating very little carbs just won't do for me at all.

I know you've suggested brown rice before, but that's another big obstacle. I CAN cook (I cook brown rice everyday two years ago), but the problem is I really really don't have the time nowadays.

I'm actually thinking of hiring someone to cook for me, if I get desperate enough.

Regarding your previous comments about wheat, does it mean that powdered wheat grass supplement is bad as well? What about powdered barley grass supplement?

Again, can you suggest something cheap and easy to prepare for breakfast? Something that I can eat everyday, I really don't mind eating the same thing every single day. I've been eating 2 tins of sardines for about a month now, and I don't think I'll be getting sick of it anytime soon.

Sep 23, 2012
Learning to Cook for Hair Loss
by: Sheree

Hi, Marlon. The link for this page has some really good strategies for breakfast. Have you tried this menu? See if you like any of the ideas on this page. If not, we can think of something else you may like.

Hair Loss Menu

I haven't researched information about vegetables grown in a controlled environment. I will definitely look into this. But in the meantime, we can either grow them ourselves or get them from the local grocery store.

I would avoid the wheat supplements. Wheat is a major problem. I'm not saying to avoid it completely, but scale it way, way down.

I can walk you through how to cook. Don't forget, we have 16 or 17 embedded videos that teach you how to cook. If you're not used to it, it's a learning curve.

Marlon, do you have a wok? Because if you have a wok, you can cook meals in less than 10 minutes. And brown rice only takes a few minutes longer than white rice.

Let me know what you think!


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My Hair Regrowth Battle Pics

by Tina
(Louisville, KY, USA)

Hey Guys, I had to open a new forum because I could not load pictures into it. Please provide information on what type of hair loss you think this maybe? I believe its telogen effluvium. How long it will take to regrow my hair according to what the pictures look like. Anything that maybe useful for me to know. I am going to a dermatologist for an evaluation so if you think of something I should ask to him/her. Please let me know.


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Sep 16, 2013
Thank You For These Pictures!
by: Sheree

Hi, Tina,

Thank you so much for these pictures. I appreciate them so much!

I always think positive. My gut instinct is that the diet will work for you.

You have very beautiful hair. The texture is very silky and a healthy texture. Your hair also has a rich sheen to it.

The only thing I could think to ask your doctor is to establish what type of hair loss this is, and estimated date of recovery.

And then could you post back here and let us know what they say?

Warm regards,


Oct 14, 2013
Lab Results
by: Tina

I just got my Hormone Tested...

DHEA Sulfate was 420.4 (normal 84.8-378.0)
Serum Testosterone was 49 when (normal is 8-48)

Both of these hormones were high for my age. I did research and found out that DHEA Sulfate being high can cause excessive diffuse hair loss itself. My Dermatologist is this Thursday on 10/17/2013. I will find out I guess. I asked about my diabetes, but they believe that my hair may have been affected due to hormone imbalance. I am finding answers and hopefully will find out what type of hair loss this is, what caused it, what I need to take, and how long it will take for it to grow back.


Jul 20, 2014
Whats the update
by: Anonymous

Hi tina

I have a very similar pattern like yours and nothing seems to be working.

Please please share your update if you have found something anything working for you ?

Mar 06, 2018
To Tina
by: Another Tina

We have similar test results. My dheas have been high for the past 4 years, that I know of, with hair loss. What sort of loss were you expericenecing and how has your journey been since this post? I was able to finally at least the last round of tests, bring my levels down. I quit sugar, drank spearmint tea, and cut dairy. That's the only thing I can think helped. That and reducing my stress. However 3 months since I brought them down, my hair loss continue I did stray from my 3 months diet of the above but I'm back on track now hoping I see any signs of improvement.

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Barrys Hair Loss Pictures

by barry

These are my pictures of my hair. Can you please analyze it? I'm worrying about my hair. Thanks, ma'am!

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Jul 28, 2013
by: Sheree

Hi, Barry,

As long as the supplements are not a food replacement they're perfectly fine. Using supplementation will actually help your hair. Be sure to eat plenty of nutritious, healthy foods too!


Aug 26, 2013
by: barry

Hi..sheree my diet is composed of sardines 3 times a week, fish 4 times a week, chicken 2 times a week , bok-choy, spinach, brussle sprout5 5 times a week, bean sprouted 1 time a week, carrot, brown rice 3 times a day (salad w/ cucumber ,red onion tomatoes, baby spinach) egg 3 times a week my snack are apple 1 or 2 times a day, w/ vitamin and mineral supplement . No sugar, white bread, white rice and soft drink I drink plenty of water and green tea every night I’m almost 2 months in diet but my hair is still thin. Is soy sauce , half kilo of grape ,orange and I used coconut oil to sautéed garlic and onion can this good to my hair and can contribute hair growth? Tnx sheeree

Aug 26, 2013
by: Sheree

As long as you're eating whole fruit, you're fine.
You can eat brown rice as a snack, too.

Here are more snack ideas. Click the link below.

Healthy Diet Snacks here!

Warm regards,


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Hair Loss Every Day (Pictures)

by Mehmood Ali
(Kolkata, West Bengal, India )

I am Ali from India. I started losing my hair from the middle of my head, and I don't know what to do please help me. And are Vitamin C capsules good for hair?

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Nov 01, 2012
Hair Loss & Vitamin C
by: Sheree

Hello, Ali,

Thank you so much for these pictures. Your hair loss is very mild. Lucky for you, you can take steps to halt its progression. This circular area on your scalp looks like the beginning of alopecia areata or male patterned baldness.

If it is alopecia areata, it can clear up on its own with no intervention at all.

This type of hair loss is very common. My eight year old daughter had a bald spot on her head a few months ago, and her hair came back about two months later.

Have you been diagnosed with any scalp conditions? Do you have thinning all over your head, or is it just this one area?

Vitamin C is a good antioxidant, but is not one of the top supplements listed for hair loss. Overall, Vitamin C can help stop inflammation that can lead to hair loss

Best Regards,


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Hair fall

by Mehmood Ali
(Kolkata,west bangle,India )

I'm Ali and I'm losing my hair from the middle and front. please help me. And Im taking vitamin c and e capsule everyday is it good for hair,and how to gain new healthy hair again please tell me and help me,and what should I do please.

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Nov 05, 2012
Healthy Foods For Hair
by: Sheree

You can eat plenty of fruits, but you have to offset the fruits with lots of green vegetables. Red and green swiss chard and spinach are two of my favorites.

Please give me a list of every single vegetable that you eat every day, and we'll go from there.


Nov 06, 2012
Brown Rice & Milk
by: ash

Hey Sheree, it's Ash again. How are you? It's been a long time since I have posted on this blog. Today all I'm gonna ask are the following questions. And so here it goes.

I have developed a recipe for the brown rice which includes garlic, chillies, tomatoes, coriander, and some spices as well. And yeah, I fry it of course, but partially with some olive oil on top of it. So is this recipe well enough for the hair diet? Please do reply.



Nov 22, 2013
Recipe From Ash
by: Sheree

Hi, Ash,

It's so nice to hear from you again. I'm sorry for the delay, but sometimes the posts get past me.

Yes, you can fry the foods you talked about in olive oil. These foods will greatly improve the health of your hair.

I wish you could post a picture of the delicious dish that you invented. I'd love to see what it looks like.

You can even fry chicken or other types of meat, as long as you use gluten free whole grain flour, like chickpea flour.



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Hair Growth Progress Pictures From Austin

by Austin
(Long Island)

Pictures of Austin's Hair Uploaded 11/18/13

Pictures of Austin's Hair Uploaded 11/18/13

Hey guys, Ive been on the diet off the diet for a few months now. I was going very well for about 3 months (and yes it definitely worked) before I fell off pretty hard in August.

Since then I've been on and off trying and trying again with different strategies.

It has been difficult starting up again each time you fail, so I'm marking today as a sort of day one and I'm going to send in my pictures.

My hair is wet in these pictures and when dry it looks much different but well, you get the picture (bad joke sorry).

To tell the truth, I really just want to stay on this diet because of the strength and sharpness of mind it gives me to stay positive every day. Hair was my first focus for starting the diet, but I don't think about it nearly as much as I used to.

That being said, I still want to regrow the areas where I've lost because so many people say it's impossible because it's genetic. And I really, really, really want to prove this wrong.

Well anyway, I'll come back in about two weeks with a diet plan of what I've been eating.

Good luck to everyone else who is trying to change their lives around.

Much love,


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Hair Loss Pictures From Rachel

by Rachel

Hi everyone, my name is Rachel. I started losing my hair since I was 19 and I am 23 now.

I have bulimia before, and I am still struggling with it sometimes now. I thought my hair loss is due to bulimia. But it seems that my hair never falls out in large amount, it just thins out gradually and becomes more oily.

If you guys take a look at my picture, you can see that my pattern of hair loss looks like female pattern hair loss. So I think controlling my male hormone level can help with my hair growth. And the hair loss diet can help me to do this.

I started the diet a few weeks ago. It's quite hard because of the sugar cravings. And I'm always eating out so it's challenging to stick to the diet 100% of time. Anyone have any advice on this for me?

Is anyone happy to share your menu about what you eat?

Here is my menu:

Breakfast: oats, eggs with cheese , apple, tea
snack: apple
Lunch: broccoli, brown rice/ sweet potatoes, tuna/ chicken
Snack: banana, coffee
Dinner: sweet potatoes, spinach, chicken/ sard

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Jul 11, 2014
by: Mary

I have trouble with sugar cravings too. I try not to have it around but my husband loves sugary things. I have no appetite and have trouble eating so sometimes I grab a muffin (sugary) and have been trying to grab fruit instead. I think after awhile of not having sugar the cravings go away. I'm not sure if that is true. Hopefully someone else can give you some better advice on this.

Jul 12, 2014
re Mary
by: rachel

thanks for your advice Mary :)

I think sugar cravings causese me to eat something else like craving for coffee or tea.

How's your hair regrowth progress ?

Jul 13, 2014
Sugar cravings
by: Janine

What I would suggest is to remove all the sugary processed items from your kitchen. If you live with someone else then make it difficult for yourself to gain access to those sugary items. Or you can tell yourself that those items are robbing you of your vitality (because, well, they are).

What I've been doing is eating baked sweet potatoes with tahini or coconut oil when I'm craving sweets. Or, if I've let a green plantain get ripe, I'll bake that and combine it with a fat/protein to balance out the way my blood sugar levels react to it.

Or, if you want to do something really fresh - treat yourself to raspberries or blackberries. They are delicious and sweet, yet not sweet enough to throw your system out of whack.

Jul 13, 2014
just started too
by: Mary

Hi Rachel, To answer your question. I have only just started myself so no not yet.
I am struggling to eat period so I am fighting with no appetite and trying to eat. When I am able to eat I try to eat the right foods, but honestly I am not getting enough food in me at all.

Aug 03, 2014
by: Anonymous

Hi Rachel,

Just thought i'd leave you a comment because your hairloss looks quite similar to mine and I am a 24 year old female. I've been following Sheree's advice since March/April and now have no problems or sugar cravings so if you have any questions i'm more than happy to answer :)
I know how hard it is to resist the sugar cravings at first. Before I found this site, pretty much every meal I ate contained wheat or sugar. I can honestly say that these sugar cravings do pass and you reach the point where sugar is not enjoyable anymore because it makes you feel so terrible after eating it. You do have to become a bit creative with your eating and I now find it really hard to eat out in a lot of places because there are too many bad ingredients.

You mention that your hairloss looks like androgenetic/female pattern.Just a couple of things to think about: If anyone in your family has hairloss or if are you on a high androgen birth control pill. I think a lot of young women are told that their hairloss is genetic when actually it is lifestyle/environmental factors.

Also, you have struggled with bulimia in the past. I have always been underweight due to not eating enough and then eating the wrong foods when I did choose to eat. There is a lot of information out there to support the link between low weight in women and hairloss so I really hope you have the support to overcome the bulimia.

Sorry for such a long comment. Good luck and feel free to ask any questions!


Aug 04, 2014
Re S
by: rachel

Hi S!
thanks for yr comment !
Do u mind sharing your menu with me?
Just want to have a look at what other people are eating for this diet.
Sometimes my craving is so strong that I can't concentrate on other things if I don't get what I want. At times like this I will think " why not having one more day of eating sugar? I can start tmr. " I know I shouldn't think like this but I can't control myself.

How's your hair growth process since April?
And how do you stick to hair loss diet? Do u cook most of your meal to make sure that you eat the right food?

I am not on birth control pill but I took it before for a 3 months for my acne. My mum has some degree of hair loss but it started she was 40, so I am not sure whether my hair loss is genetic.

Here is my email if you want to contact me :


Aug 06, 2014
by: Anonymous

Hi Rachel,

I'll post my menu on here incase any other forum users want to know/add suggestions.
I do shift work so my diet varies depending on if i'm working or if I have a day off. I'll try and make it as detailed as possible. Sheree also offers detailed meal plans on the site :)

Work Day: 13 hour shift.
Breakfast- Poached egg with salad (rocket,watercress,baby spinach) and walnuts with a green tea. Sometimes i'll have half a piece of rye bread with this to help keep my weight up.

On the way to work I will drink a home made smoothie. If you're interested in smoothies then I can go into more detail but they are usually 50% vegetable and 50% fruit. The machine I use does not juice or extract, it keeps all the nutrients.

For my morning break I will have a large portion of full fat, sugar free greek yoghurt with blueberries, banana, blackberries/raspberries, chia seeds and flax seed.

Lunch- Mixed salad with avocado and protein such as turkey/beef or fish such as tuna/mackerel/sardines. Or vegetable falafel (homemade) with hummus and salad. I pack lots of nuts to snack on to ensure calories. I also have a mixed fruit salad and a homemade bar made out of dried fruit and nuts(can give you the recipe if interested)and I make a dark chocolate version. These bars are my replacement for a chocolate bar.

I try to drink plenty of water, almond milk, green tea and spearmint tea (really good for hormones)

When I get home I will try to eat a vegetable rice with brown rice, chilli, kale, courgette, peppers, tomatoes, mussels, feta cheese and turmeric or a vegetable stir fry. I find eating rice a few times a week helps to keep my weight.

The most important thing with your eating is to find what suits your body. I used to always calorie restrict and I had so many negative symptoms from this.

I haven't noticed a massive progress with my hair yet but I'm not bothered because it's done so many amazing other things. It's cleared my skin, made my periods return (I went almost a year without), my anxiety and depression has gone, improved my sleep and energy so I know my hair will follow :)

Any other questions I'm happy to answer!! Take care


Sep 26, 2014
my compliments
by: Anonymous

hi,I am male 24 and following the same diet plan for almost 3 and a half months. It really works. I take more vegetables and spinach and vitamin tablets besides the menu which you have mentioned. Never give up is the mantra that we need to follow here. Be positive. The progress is quiet slow but permanent. Initially when I started the diet it used to shed here and there, maybe lack of nutrition. But it works great once you are fully into the diet. Motivate yourself.

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Hair Loss Started About Eight Years Ago

by lady75

I noticed an area on the top back of my head where I could see my scalp about 8 years ago. It's not round, kinda oblong. I never go to the doctor, but this worried me so bad that I did go see one. I went to one of the top endocrine specialists in Austin. I was worried I might have a thyroid issue or who knows.

She didn't look at my hair/head, she wasn't friendly. She said I was fine except my testosterone seemed slightly high and my fasting blood sugar seemed a little high. She said she wanted to do more tests, but my insurance wouldn't pay for any of them. I wasn't able to afford to go back. I've been trying to figure out what the problem is ever since, on my own.

I tried taking change. I tried getting rid of all bread/gluten products - I feel MUCH better, but no skin/hair change. I tried washing my hair less often and avoiding shampoos with harsh chemicals. Nothing.

I love fish and seafood, but I don't have a source where I am. It's hard enough for me to find a decent banana or avocado here.

I don't know if it's a hormone thing, stress, a blood supply thing, pcos, thyroid...who knows. I also got melasma on my face at the same time the hair thing started happening - not sure if they are related. I still have both issues.

Every day I have to pull fallen hairs off my arms, clothes, couch, seat in the car, etc. I go through vacuum cleaners every few months due to my hair falling all over the place. My hair is everywhere. It's not clumps or handfuls - unless I brush my hair - then it's a ton, but still not clumps or anything.

Sadly, I took the advice of some friends who suggested I lighten my hair so that the hair loss doesn't show as much. I know - bad idea.

I feel really bad when I go somewhere and see 60 year old women who have nicer hair and skin than I do.

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Aug 22, 2014
Don't Give Up
by: Sheree

Hello Lady75,

I took a close look at your pictures. They look like an atypical pattern of hair loss. In other words, not the generalized pattern that we normally see in female patterned hair loss.

You said you've removed gluten. If there is an issue with any type of a gluten allergy, you have to be extremely careful to remove every ounce of it. Please sign up for our newsletter for much more information about this topic.

Another thing that pops up sometimes is digestive issues where your intestinal wall will block nutrients from getting into your blood stream. There are a lot of things to consider.

That being said, I've seen cases of hair loss far worse than yours reverse spontaneously with the hair loss diet. So please use the guidelines on the website, and I believe it will work for you.



Aug 23, 2014
RE:Hair Loss Started About Eight Years Ago
by: lady75

Thank you so much for taking the time to post and read my info.

I only considered avoiding gluten because I noticed that I feel really tired shortly after eating anything like a sandwhich or white rice and my stomach would look full or bloated for days after I ate those things. I would also get little clear itchy tiny bubbles on my fingers - it always happened when I ate that stuff. I read about gluten issues somewhere and thought I would give it a try. I haven't kept it out of my diet 100% lately though as I've kinda felt hopeless about it all. It seems like most people say when they add vitamins, minerals, biotin, kale, etc to their diet, they see the benefits of stronger nails, better skin, etc. I haven't seen any change. I do feel like my body isn't getting the vitamins/minerals it needs (whether I take supplements or consume the foods directly).

On a side note, I haven't been able to drink milk products for some time now - they give me horrible gas. My seasonal allergies have gotten worse every year - my eyes swell shut and I can hardly see. (When my husband brought the Christmas cedar tree in the house last year, I had such a bad immediate reaction I thought I was going to die and he almost called 911. He threw the tree outside and I was fine within 15 minutes or so.) Within the past couple of months, I've been feeling horribly sick after eating peanut butter - which I used to eat most mornings or have a teaspoonful as a quick snack. Last week I had barely a teaspoonful, when I started feeling really bad and had to vomit twice. I was able to eat PB just fine with zero issues just a few months ago.

I will be reading your ebook for any help/insight it may offer. Thank you for creating this informative blog/site!

Aug 23, 2014
Food Allergies
by: Sheree

Hello Lady75,

From what you've described, it sounds like you may have some serious food sensitivities. It's your body's way of filtering out foods that are making you sick.

From the symptoms of bloating you're describing, it sounds to me like you'd need to go full-time certified gluten free, which is a monumental task. Removing gluten is one of the trickiest aspects of the hair loss diet. And the payoff is unbelievable.

You can actually develop allergies to food that come and go. Allergies to peanuts is a very common allergy, and it could just as easily disappear. And the milk problem is probably either an allergy, or it's lactose intolerance. A very large portion of the population can't drink milk, including me.

Be very patient with this diet. It's powers will unfold with discipline and tenacity. You will develop the skills necessary to reverse this pattern of hair loss, and you're going to do great.



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Hair Loss (Raw Food Diet, Low Calories, Digestive Problems)

by Madis


I'm writing to you, because I really need help with my hair loss. I am only 24-years old, but I have less hair than my older brothers! I have managed my stress quite well and I have focused on other things, but some fears and low confidence can hit me from time to time.

I really don't want to become bald at this age! And I know in my heart that everything can be healed, even though there are quite scary theories about men and baldness (like it rarely comes back).

I started to lose it rapidly when I went on a raw food diet (because of some health issues). In the beginning everything was going fine and I lost most of my negative symptoms (acid reflux, excess sweating, acne, frequent colds, digestive issues etc.), but I couldn't eat enough calories and I was severely restricted for long periods. After about 1-2 months I started to lose hair quite rapidly (every time I washed my head), along with great weight loss (constant low blood sugar) and cavity in my mouth. But I thought it was just detox and because I had such strong beliefs about raw food, I continued and sometimes even tried water fasting (because I thought it would make this healing process faster).

Unfortunately the hair loss never stopped. And I also developed eczema (when I tried cooked food again) and lost the ability to digest heavier foods. I already had some intestinal issues before the raw food diet as a lot of mucus came out from my butt, but after this extreme restriction it felt even worse sometimes. After eating cooked foods (any kind, even vegetables), I started to itch all over my body, experience eczema, crazy dandruff etc.

That happened 3,5 years ago. Now I have become more balanced and I'm eating more cooked food, but my digestion system is still adjusting to it. And I really hope my hair will come back one day. I have some genetics related to baldness, because my brothers are also bald from the front sides, but I have even less hair than my brother, who is 10 years older. So there is hope that it will return after some months on a better diet and healing my intestines/digestion.

What do you recommend?

Thanks a lot! :)

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Aug 28, 2016
Raw Food Diet & Hair Loss
by: Sheree

Hello Madis,

Thank you for the detailed information you've given me. Judging from the picture you sent, in my heart, I believe your hair will grow back.

The type of thinning in this picture is not the
standard type of hair loss that we see. It's more of a spread out diffuse type of thinning.

I believe that pursuing the hair loss diet aggressively will alleviate many of your symptoms, and reverse your hair loss.

There are a lot of fad diets out there that can be very dangerous. The reason the hair loss diet works is because it's simple, reasonable, and based on biology. Your system has to have certain nutrients, and without them, your system will go haywire.

That being said, of course the damage can be undone. In your case, you're looking at about
2 - 2-1/2 years for full hair recovery.

You're going to need to be very methodical and careful with the applications of the diet. And in no time at all, you're going to see how great your hair is going to look.

Please let me know how you are in the near future. In the meantime, good luck!

Warm regards,


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