Any Hair Loss Diet Testimonials?

by Natalie
(Australia)

Hi, Sheree. It's Nat. I still get down every day, and hair loss is on my mind most of the day It consumes me!! I was just wondering, do you have any testimonials you could post to keep me going? I would love to hear from others you have helped along the way, especially females


I'm doing well and sticking to the eating plan. It has been about six weeks now and no regrowth. But I'll keep you informed


I look forward to hearing from you.

Love Nat

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Apr 15, 2012
Nat, You Are Not Alone: Hang Tough!
by: Sheree

Hi, Natalie,

Good to hear you are sticking with it. It's tough, I know. I wanted to quit every day in the beginning. It does take a long time. Six weeks is still extremely early.

In your quietest moment, when you least expect it, when you've all but given up, that's when you will see new hairs sprouting. Slow, sure and steady.

Don't forget that stress can have a significant impact on your hair. You must find a way to calm your nerves. You can try breathing exercises or hypnosis.

The testimonials that I received in the beginning came directly to my home e-mail. They were all from young men that were able to impact their hair loss through diet. I am unable to post these testimonials because they came in through the private e-mail before I made the forum.

I know that the diet is strict and unyielding. It seems never to end. But look at what you're getting. In the end, your hair will come back in. It takes a very long time. And Nat, the hair growth is permanent. No gimmicks, no tricks. You are in control. It's a gift that will shock you to your core.

Stay focused. Do not waver. Hang tough. This is hard. Nothing worthwhile ever comes easy.

When I started this, I had no guide. I had to learn the glycemic index alone with no help. I got my butt kicked ten ways to Sunday. I failed over and over. But that was how I learned. And now I'm so grateful for these lessons.

This is a learning curve. You will succeed. Don't give up, Nat. You are not alone.

Sheree

Apr 15, 2012
reply for Sheree
by: Anonymous

Thanks Sheree, you are the biggest motivator for me - once this happens to me i will come over to kiss you in the USA! Thanks for the motivational words -

PS I just noticed the pic of you, your daughter and friends and you are totally glowing in that blue dress - you look terrific!

And for providing such brilliant information on line without wanting a cent for it - that is so generous of you as i have given/paid thousands of dolloars for advise and miracle potiions over many years and none of them worked. Yours is real - you are a wonderful person from what I can gather through our emails - take care

Apr 16, 2012
Thank you Nat!
by: Sheree

Nat, after your success, when you come over to the USA, I'll be waiting to give you the biggest hug in the world. And thank you so much for your sweet compliments. It means everything to me.

Any time you need a listening ear, please don't hesitate to write. Let me know how you're doing.


Feb 14, 2015
Needing to Hang Tough
by: Anonymous

When I need encouragement, as I go through this tough battle with hair loss, I come back to read Sheree's Hang Tough response to Nat.

Yes, one has to be strict and obey by the rules of eating. All the expensive products out there make promises - false promises. Sheree provides so much for free. I am grateful for her knowledge and her big heart to teach us what she has learned in her experience.

Sheree, you're da boss, woman!! Love you!

Feb 14, 2015
Thank you!
by: Sheree

Aw shucks. You're making me blush. Thank you so much!

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Hair Loss Diet Help

by Natalie
(Australia)

H, there. I have had hair thinning and loss for 10 years if not 13 years. Started when I was about 22 - am now 34 year old female. I have had low iron ferritin for a long time however from following a whole foods approach for 2 months now. My iron ferritin is at 120 - was always under 40.

Now, do you truly believe my hair will grow back? And when will I start to see results? Will hair grow back first in one area or all over at once?

I also take most of the vitamins you list for healthy hair, and have been taking them for about six weeks.

You have given me hope - I'm so desperate for it to come back!

Do you think I still have a chance?

Thank you
Natalie - in Australia

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Mar 22, 2012
Yes, Hair Loss Diet Will Work For You
by: Sheree

I read your letter. I can completely understand how you feel. Hair loss is incredibly painful. Hang tight. I believe your hair will grow back.

You say you begain to lose your hair at 22. That's very young, especially for a female. If you had low ferritin levels and now it's normal, you should start seeing results. It can take several months to reverse hair loss.

You are on the right track as far as following a whole foods diet. That alone will reverse your hair loss and normalize your ferritin levels. Eat lots of leeks, onions, brown rice, fish and lots of dark green leafy vegetables. Your diet should consist of half vegetables in volume.

Eat lots of deeply colored fruits and vegetables. Fish needs to be eaten four days a week for hair loss. Emphasize salmon. Salmon reduces inflammation and has Omega-3s that will
stop your hair loss. Eat sardines. They are a miracle food.

No sodas, artificial sweeteners, flour products, boxed foods, diet drinks or anything that does not come from nature. These types of foods are highly inflammatory and lead to hair loss.

The thing about embracing a low glycemic diet for hair loss is you have to go commando. I mean, it's hardcore. No processed foods whatsoever. Some people's bodies simply cannot handle it.

It's only been two months. That's still very early. In your situation, since it's been going on for quite some time, I would give it another four months to see results. When it does begin to grow back, it's going to be pretty much all over your head. It's very gradual.

Whenever you are dealing with an illness, whatever the illness is, be it hair loss, or acne or infertility, the first line of defense is diet. Then wait for nature to make her appearance. And yes, I believe it will work for you.


Mar 22, 2012
HAIR LOSS - Natalie
by: Anonymous

You are brilliant - your reply is awesome and it makes total sense what you have mentioned.
Couple of questions: Can I eat tinned salmon/Tuna/sardines - as easier than having to cook up a fresh piece all the time

What about wholegrain rice cakes (cracker things) as a snack with hummus/avocado? If not what would you recommend for snacking on?

Can I eat spelt/buckwheat, quinoa, almond meal breads? - I love bread! obviously I will make sure they don't contain sugar.

I will definitely keep you posted on my progress. Cross everything for me for good luck!!

Mar 22, 2012
Hair Loss
by: Sheree

Hello, Natalie,

Dr. Perricone lists rice cakes as one of the top foods to avoid. I would have to know exactly what the first five ingredients are to be sure.
If you ever have a doubt about any food, eliminate it.

A lot of items list their products as whole grain. True whole grains are excellent for your hair. On the other hand, most whole wheat items are high glycemic foods. Almond meal bread sounds really good, as long as it's not made with wheat flour or sugar.

If you're ever unsure, what you could do is drink milk or fats with your grain items, and that will slow the absorption of the grains. Grains can be a challenge. There are so many types. Almond meal, buckwheat and quinoa are superb choices.
They are actually at the top of the list for healthy foods.

Eat black beans, pinto beans and Peruano/Peruvian beans. Beans are incredible for your hair.

Avocados is on our list of superfoods. Avocados will give you beautiful hair. Hummus is really good.

You can definitely eat tinned/canned sardines.
The best brand for sardines is King Oscar's double layer brissling sardines. If you're going to eat canned salmon, aim for the salmon that is wild-caught. It's a lot easier to find, and you can break up a can into two or three days.

I would love to hear about your progress. If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to ask.



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Need Help With Hair Loss Diet

by Nat silver
(Australia)

Hi Sheree, it's Nat from Australia. What can I expect to see in two months' time? Also, since I have had hair thinning for 10 years, do you think my hair follicles are still alive and able to regrow hair again?

I have been on this diet for about five weeks. There is no hair change yet. Is that normal? How did you first notice your hair was regrowing? I mean, did you just feel stubble or was is feeling thicker?

Thank you, I'm in need of reassurance.

Nat

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Apr 01, 2012
Nat: Never, Ever Quit
by: Sheree

Hello, Nat

I'm so happy to hear that you've stuck with this diet for five weeks. You are just barely getting started. The answer to how long it takes? I believe it's different for each individual.

You asked about reversing thinning hair after ten years. No scientist, doctor, or holistic physician can determine whether a person with advanced balding or thinning can or cannot re-grow their hair. We just don't know enough about it.

One thing is for sure, I am ruthlessly optimistic. I've seen flat-out miracles that took my breath away.

Nat, keep focused, and never quit. Never say, "Well, this is not going to work."
Five weeks is way too early to see results.

I'm not sure why the diet takes so long to reverse hair loss. My personal theory is that if there's internal damage from your previous diet, then that gets repaired first. And then when the damaged areas are healed, your hair is last.
I know it's frustrating. It's slow.

In Gary Null's "The Anti Aging Solution," he conducted a year-and-a-half study of 140 participants. The study was done to help people grow new hair and reverse graying and thinning. Out of 140 people, only seven finished.

Here's a quote from page 390, "Seven people who completed the protocol now have new thick hair. In addition, their skin is less wrinkled, and they have overcome all kinds of illnesses. Although 140 enrolled in the study, only seven finished. They were unwilling to follow through because they were not willing to make true changes."

This is hard work, but now you have control.

When I started my diet for hair loss, it took three months to notice that the bald spots were starting to close in. Within six months, there was significant re-growth. Between twelve and 18 months, my hair was fully restored. It takes a very long time.

Men have a lot more testosterone to contend with.
Along with your low glycemic diet, you're going to need Fo-Ti, Chlorophyll, Borage Oil, and Saw Palmetto. These are the most powerful supplments available for men.

You've had hair thinning for quite some time. That's okay. Our bodies have incredible regenerative abilities. You will be shocked at the changes in your appearance.

This is uncharted territory. The human body and the human mind are not fully understood by science. Stay on track.

I have had men contact me regarding their hair growing back using the low glycemic technique. The average length of time for noticeable re-growth was approximately four months for these men. Some use supplements and experience hair re-growth, and some do not use supplements.

If you have time, please give me a three-day food menu, so I can assess your diet. I need to see exactly where you are.

I will talk to you again really soon.

Never, ever quit. This is for life.


Apr 01, 2012
My Current Daily Diet
by: Anonymous

Hi Sheree
Thank you for taking time to reply with such informative and caring information.
Firstly just want to confirm that I am a female, not sure if you knew this or not.
Ok you have inspired me again and I will not quit. just need reassurance as my hair gets me down every day and like you I check it upteen times each day in the mirror!
My diet consists of the following:
Breakfast
Oats (100% wholegrain) with rice milk
Gluten/wheaffree toast with egg or almond spread
Lunch
tin tuna or left over stirfry veggies.
Goats/Sheep yogurt
handful nuts inc almonds, cashews, maccadamias(sometimes I oven roast them - is that ok?
Apple
Dinner
Fish shallow fried with sweet potatoe
or
tofu and stire fry veggies
or
gluten free spaghetti with mince/tomotatoes/onions
or
chicken mince burgars
or brown rice with tuna and vegateables

All my recipes have no sugar, wheat, gluten or dairy -
I also take the following supplements
Morning & Night
Iron x 2
Lysine x 1
Vit C drink
zinc x 2
Multi B Vitamin x 1
a probiotic x 2

I drink Green tea x 3 a day and maybe a coffee and Im trying to drink 1.5ltires water a day.

Any other tips would be greatly appreciated

Thank you so much Sherre - so nice of you to find the time to write back




Apr 01, 2012
Nat: Your Updated Hair Loss Diet Information
by: Sheree

Nat,

You are so welcome. It makes my day when I hear from you.

I sincerely apologize. I thought that you were male. Now that I know you are a woman, I will update the previous information.

I said for you to take Saw Palmetto. That's only for men. The Chlorophyll, the Borage Oil and the
multi-vitamin will help your hair tremendously.
There's something about borage oil. It works even better than Fo-To or anything else.

I love your diet menu. Everything sounds wonderful and right on target. I do have one question. I just wanted to know if the rice milk has a label that shows how many grams of sugar and carbohydrates are contained within it. Because rice is a very high glycemic food.

Lactose, which is a milk sugar is okay. But rice milk sugar may be another story. I'll have to look that up.

Also, if you could look at the ingredients on the bread and tell me what the first five ingredients are. Then I can get an idea of what kind of grain it is and how its processed.

Everything else is great. Keep up the fish and the vegetables. Just remember to go very heavy on the vegetables.

90 percent of this is mental. Keep your eye on the prize. No matter how odd it feels, no matter how long it takes, keep moving forward. And then once your hair grows back, you will see the hair loss diet connection with clarity.

Also, are you on any medications or anything? Because medications can stall or prevent the hair from growing back in. Certain medications can even cause hair loss.

You asked about follicles dying. Mine were pretty much dead for about two and a half years. Of course my belief is that they are able to re-activate. Also, because of my age (46), it's assumed that this is an inevitable part of aging. This is completely false. Anyone at any age can re-grow their hair.

I'm glad you are sticking with it. It can be tough. It took me a long time and many mistakes to get it right. So no matter how many questions you have, or how many times you need support, I'm here.

If you have any more questions, please don't hesitate to ask.




Mar 11, 2013
I am 37 years old female with a huge hair loss issue
by: wafa

i dont have any health problem and i eat healthy and my hair keep falling and falling iam so sad and stressed i dont know what to do please help me :(

May 27, 2013
plz advise me , iam in deep trouble
by: jan

hi
i hope you will be fine and will be in a good condition of health, enjoying your life.
my hope once again alived when i see these comment
i am 25 years old male. i have also the problem of hair loss since 2007 uptill now . i have take minor treatment for it but unsuccessful. recently i have started treatment from dermotologist at PIMS, Islamabad, pakistan. Dr have given me minoxidil spray, perfectil tablets and a shampo for dandrup.
i spray two times a day , take one tablet daily and shampo hair two times a day. nearyly 12 day are passed but i didnt notice any significant change in my hair. i am a student of m.phil.

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Hair Loss Diet Question For Women

by Nat
(Australia)

Hi Sheree, it's Nat again. Did you hair line grow in first, or when did you first notice that your hair was coming back? What was your "moment"? I'm waiting desperately for this!! Nearly 3 months on diet :)

I was just reading your site again. If I have hair loss due to a high sugar diet (previously for many years), can the "receptor sites" be reversed and allow hair to regrow again?


Nat



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May 13, 2012
Can DHT Hair Loss Be Reversed?
by: Sheree

Hello, Nat,

My balding problem was a little different. I had deep balding groves on both sides of my head, and then the hair all over had thinned. I remember that I went to comb my hair, and there wasn't any. My hands literally went through air

DHT hair thinning can be deactivated. Absolutely.
Three months is a great start. At three months, I had fine, thin hairs barely beginning to grow. I could barely tell that it was starting to grow back.

It's like you're looking at a huge mountain. You think you're almost at the top, but you suddenly realize that you have another 20 miles to go up difficult terrain.

So take a deep breath, and get ready for the next three months. This next three months will be decisive as to what's coming next.

If you do not start seeing considerable re-growth within the next three months, you should consider seeing an acupuncturist. If you're having any emotional issues or anxiety, acupuncture can calm your nerves and help you re-grow your hair as well.

In your last post, you said you had a lot of fine, short hairs. When a baby is born, they have very fine, soft hair. Once the follicles mature, the hair comes in much thicker. This can happen when the baby reaches 18 months to two years. From my experience, this is the way the hair comes back in. It sounds to me like you are in the very early stages of re-growth. Nat, this is so slow, it will drive you batty.

The hair does not come in thick. It comes in very slowly and very thin. Then, with time, the density increases. This takes a very long time.
Once the hair density increases, then the growth is much faster and heavier, right at the six-month mark. Within one year to 18 months, full re-growth is expected.

Let's do a three-month assessment. I need a complete run-down of everything you are eating for the next five days, breakfast, snacks, lunch and dinner. You have to be sure to eat dense vegetation at least twice a day. Large amounts of dark, green leafy vegetables will de-activate DHT thinning.

Also, take a picture. You might think your hair is not growing back, but it really is. If you look at it every day, you won't be able to tell.

Some people have severe gluten intolerance. You may want to completely eliminate grains. It's something to consider. Gluten can cause autoimmune disorders, including alopecia areata/totalis. You can either eliminate grains now, or wait to see if your hair comes back within the next three months. Since your hair loss started so early, I really believe this is something you should consider.

Nat, hang in there. You are going to get through this. You are way stronger than you think. It takes guts to do this. This is tough. Stand strong. When you go to bed tonight, visualize a full head of hair. Then repeat to yourself that this problem is solved. Believe me, this works.


I'm there with you in spirit.



May 13, 2012
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by: Anonymous

i just love you!
I am actually off gluten, wheat, dairy, sugar at the moment and plan to stick to it
my diet for last week
Oats with linseed an nuts with rice milk
lunch - eggs on homemade gluten free bread no sugar, wheat, dairy or nasties
green tea (4 cups a day)
1 x apple daily
100% cashew nut spread on wholegrain brown rice cracker - thats the only ingredient
Slow cooked chicken casserole
You mexican recipe with bean - delicous :)
Lamb caserole
(all my recipes are natural ingrediantes - no packaged sauces or sugar etc -
home grilled fish - with steamed vegeis
tuna on rice cakes with rocket
lots of nuts as snacks (prob too many)
haloumi cheese grilled
bok choi steamed on salmon
1 x litre water daily
coffee 3-4 times week with rice milk
chick mince with pad thai vegetables - home made sauce no sugar or nasties cagbage, red caps, carrot,
celery and spinach soup with coconut milk

thats about it plus my normal supplements, llysine, iron, zinc, spiroulina, primrose oil, bit c

thanks for such an uplifting response Sheree - must be midnight there!

Nat :)

May 14, 2012
Foods To Avoid For Hair Loss
by: Sheree

Hi, Nat,

I love you too, sweetie.

Okay. I looked at your list of foods.

According to Paleoist Robb Wolfe, oats do have gluten. He explains it very scientifically. I'll see if I can get ahold of his book so I can explain why.

I would eliminate the brown rice crackers, the rice cakes, rice milk, the gluten free bread and the coconut milk. Many times, things can sound harmless, but they are in fact high glycemic. Bread is the first thing to go when dealing with hair loss. It's the same as eating a piece of cake.

Rice is very high glycemic, so in my opinion, anything that comes from it is to be eliminated.

Any time you are dealing with hair loss, you have to take a very close look at grains. Rice cakes are a 115 on the glycemic index. It's one of Dr. Perricone's top foods to avoid. Although they do not contain sugar, the glycemic index for rice cakes is in fact much higher than sugar.

And for the brown rice crackers, it's the same problem. When a food is processed, it raises the glycemic index. If you choose whole grain, natural brown rice, that's great. But then there's still going to be gluten.

If you have it available, you can switch the coconut milk to soy milk, or drink water. I looked up the glycemic index for coconut milk. It's 41, which is okay. But I couldn't find too much on it. I would go easy on it, or eliminate it.

Your fish, vegetables, nuts, green tea and water are fantastic. Keep up the great work.

For your diet assessment, I will give you 90 out of 100. That's a B+. Let's get you to an A+. This is a very steep learning curve. You have come a long way. Let's see this all the way to the end.


May 14, 2012
reply for Sheree
by: Anonymous

ok I will do that
But just to make sure, steamed brown rice that I can have with vegetables - is that ok?

May 14, 2012
Hair Loss Diet Tips
by: Sheree

Hi, Nat,

Yes. If you are going to eat steamed brown rice, you have to make sure it's in a bag, and not pre-cooked. If it's a type of pre-cooked or processed brown rice, then it's high glycemic.

The kind of brown rice I'm talking about has to be cooked for 20 to 30 minutes. Anything that says "quick" goes in the trash.

LOL!!!


May 14, 2012
thanks
by: Anonymous

thanks alot Sheree - and thanks for the 3 month health check -
Till next time.....

May 20, 2012
How can I stop shedding?
by: Anna

Dear Sheree, came up with your website by chance. Looks like you are the answer to my prayers. I have been suffering from hair loss since I was 14. The only time it stopped completely was when I was pregnant with my child at 21 yrs old. I am now 34 so it's been about 20 years of this nightmare.

Shedding was abundant throughout the years, but lately it has been really bad, and my crown it starting to show as well as the front of my head and some sides.

I am intolerant to a lot of things, wheat, milk, soy, sugar, malt and suffering from IBS and malabsorption. Tired all the time as well until i started to drink nettle tea. Become so desperate I am starting to consider minoxidil.

There is some baldness in my family, my dad, sister and one cousin, but my grandparents both sides and mum have really lustrous hair. I believe my problem is hereditary but also caused by stress? what do you think?

For over a month now, I have been experiencing really painful sensations on my scalp, followed by lots of hair loss. At the same time, my digestion is very poor, I discard foodstuff undigested. Vegetables will come out as they go in, and have been suffering from diarrhea in the mornings really bad for about two months.

Looks that i am intolerant to most carbohydrates as anything will make me tired and sleepy. Feel good only when eating pure protein and vegetable juices only. I am now going to follow your diet and will post on any changes. God bless and thanks for giving such a comprehensive guide.

Anna London Uk

May 20, 2012
Sheree
by: IBS, Inflammation and Hair Loss

Hello, Anna,

Please check with your physician to make sure these recommendations fit within your personal health profile.

Eighty percent of our immune system is governed by our digestive system. Our immune system can attack the foods we eat as though the food were an enemy.

You said that you have IBS. What about leaky gut syndrome? They are related. Also, have you been ruled out for Dysbiosis? Dysbiosis is a disruption in the good and bad bacteria in the intestines, and can lead to leaky gut syndrome.

Leaky gut syndrome allows large fragments of food and bacteria to go undigested into the bloodstream. The body then sees these fragments as intruders and the immune system will attack those fragments of bacteria and food. Leaky gut syndrome can cause fatigue, weakness, mental fogginess and mood alterations.

The symptoms of leaky gut and IBS start with inflammation. In order for your hair to respond, the first thing we have to look at is what is causing the inflammation. In order to assess your levels of inflammation, you can go to your health care professional and get your C reactive protein levels checked.

Inflammation can cause the immune system to attack the hair and other systems of the body. This inflammatory response can cause many disruptive symptoms including asthma, food allergies, joint disease and fatigue.

In your case, since Celiac's Disease is indicated, 100 percent complete avoidance of grains is required. When a person with Celiac's Disease consumes gluten found in grains, it damages the villi in the intestines. This prevents the body from being able to absorb nutrients properly. You may even become undernourished.

One big problem is that even tiny trace amounts of gluten can be found in sauces and gravies or recipes that you would never even consider. Absolutely avoiding all processed foods is the only way to ensure that you are not consuming gluten at all.

Once you identify the problem and remove the gluten in grains, it can take up to three years to heal the inside of the intestines. You have to be especially careful to watch out for osteoporosis later in life because of the malabsorption of nutrients. Get plenty of exercise and Vitamin D in the form of sunshine to form strong bones.

As for dairy, 60 to 80 percent of individuals world-wide cannot tolerate the lactose found in milk. We really don't need it in our diets. If you're eating enough green leafy vegetables, you'll get plenty of calcium.

My belief is if you are still standing, walking and breathing, there's hope. This is going to take some time, but your body will heal. You have to find the source of the inflammation, and it begins and ends with diet.

Your hair will heal when your inflammation heals.


You are in my prayers, Anna.


Sheree

May 29, 2012
celiac disease
by: Ana

dear Sheree

how valuable your comments are! three years to cure the intestinal walls seems to be a long time... i am learning the hard way now to stick to this diet.

Been on non celiac products for a week, as well as trying to avoid high GI foods. Already noticing the bad effect of potatoes.. its like dropping a bomb in my intestines.

long way to go, but surely i will be posting any feedback. Thanks for the osteo advice.. I was injected calcium when i was growing up...

Much love.. Ana

May 30, 2012
Good Luck Anna
by: Sheree

Anna,

I am so glad to hear that you are making the necessary adjustments in your diet. I will be waiting to hear good news in the upcoming future.

Sheree

Jun 20, 2012
gluten and low GI diet diary- & hereditary hair loss?
by: Anna

Dear Sheree

hope you are well and enjoying the weather

I have been following non gluten free and low GI diet with some benefits to account for as my gut movements are now somehow normal

The shedding has not stopped, if anything has increased... going a bit bananas if i must say.

Just wanted to ask you if drinking one cup of coffee is fine. and two spoons of honey a day? - would this be ok.. these are the only sins I have.

Also, i read hereditary hair loss is not reversible... what are you thoughts on this? As i have been thinning hair since my teens, it seems like the right diagnosis- aside from some years in which my hair was rather full ( pregnant and other years)

my dad is bold and my sister is also thinning though to a higher rate that I was on aside from this year. my mum has fantastic hair and so both of my grandfathers and grandmothers..

I refuse to believe its not reversible, though i have not given up hope yet.

Ana


Jun 21, 2012
Hereditary Hair Loss is 100 Percent Reversible
by: Sheree

Hello, Anna,

Hereditary hair loss is absolutely reversible.
Many people have reversed genetic hair loss and hair thinning. Your genes are not dictators, they are only possibilities.

I'm extremely happy to hear that your gut has normalized. I've done extensive research on IBS, and it's not an easy thing to endure.

Normalizing your bowels is critical. Although your bowel movements are normalized, that's only the beginning. That's what you can actually see. But there is an internal healing process that is going to take quite a bit of time.

You asked about coffee and two spoons of honey. Coffee without sugar is fine for hair loss. I would completely avoid the honey. Honey is an 80 on the glycemic index, and will increase blood sugar very rapidly. This blood sugar increase can have a negative affect on your hair. It only takes very small amounts of sugar or honey to raise your blood sugar.

As for coffee, it's one of the top foods to avoid for IBS. You can try eliminating coffee. It could be acting as an irritant. It's worth a shot. If nothing improves within a month, you can add it back in. For coffee and hair loss, I have found no connection at all.

I'm unsure of why your hair is still shedding.
I believe that part of your problem could be stress. Individuals with IBS have a documented higher rate of anxiety. Anxiety increases stress hormones, and stress hormones can lead to hair loss. So you have to get control over any emotional issues you may have as well.

Just to be sure, I'm going to need a detailed seven-day diet menu from you. You would be amazed that some things that appear healthy are in fact dangerous.

Your body could be having an inflammatory reaction to a common, seemingly harmless food.
You can also ask your doctor about a test to find out if you are allergic to common foods, such as nuts, eggs, milk, et cetera.

In the meantime, I'm going to do research to see if I can find a connection between IBS and hair loss.

Hang in there, Anna. I believe you can restore your hair!

Love,

Sheree

Jun 21, 2012
gluten and low GI diet diary- 21 June 2012
by: Anna - London

Dear Sheree

I am delighted to hear from you again.You are a total angel.

I have an appointment with the doctor tomorrow to inquiry about possible allergies. I have to say doctors here are not very good.... all my allergies were discovered by myself paying alternative doctors who used spezialised machines. I have different analysis results both from private, alternative and common medical practices giving different results for my allergies. All of them point wheat, soya, oats, cow's milk... to name a few. I had severe eczema in the past but gone after some treatment taken in 2003.

my General practitioner diagnosed me with IBS and prescribed me some medicines which I have never taken. He said the condition was incurable.

There are only a small bunch of doctors who truly care about people out there.... most of them as you mentioned are products of an evil marketing machine. A real doctor will examine the patient in full to find out the root of the problems.

It seems that you are more qualified than them.

I shall be able to forward you a diary of my dietary choices exactly in seven days as I do not plan my meals in advance.

Stress levels are now very down. I used to work in a high level stress workplace environment. Perhaps my existing hair loss is a consequence of those periods. However the shed has not been as acute as it is at the moment. Im a bit concern, at the same time confident that I am in the right path.

Have ditched now all gluten free products as I have just discovered they have a high GI. I have been eaten gluten free bread and pasta containing corn and rice flour. ( as from yesterday)

Will stop taking honey and also seed bars as they also contain sugar. Was also eating raisins but they have a high GI so will ditch them as well. I do cycle a lot, what do you suggest for me to eat?

From now on the food list including breakfast will only include eggs, protein and vegetables . My carbohydrates will consist only in Brown rice and sweet potatoes. Have cancelled bananas also .

Sheree you are an incredible woman... only God knows what you doing here. Eternally grateful for your unconditional support.

Ana


Jun 21, 2012
IBS Is Curable!!
by: Sheree

Hi Anna,

Thank you so much. I cannot possibly describe how much I love doing this. Thank you so much for being a part of my life.

Let's address the IBS question first. The reason your doctor said that IBS is incurable is because he doesn't understand it. There has been very little funding for irritable bowel, so physicians are taught nothing in school.

Possibly out of embarrassment or fear, he tells you it's incurable. Then he medicates you with anti-depressants and anti-inflammatories, and sends you on your way.

The medications often prescribed for IBS can actually suppress the necessary inflammation the body uses to heal itself. You were very smart not to take the medication. It can mask your symptoms and create a separate illness unrelated to IBS. This can stress out an already overtaxed bowel.

In A New IBS Solution by Dr. Mark Pimentel, M.D., he concludes that a simple breath test can detect abnormally high bacterial overgrowth in the small intestines. It's called small intestinal bacterial overgrowth.

Dr. Pimentel believes that a single round of antibiotics will completely cure this problem.
This along with dietary changes will bring the sun back into your life.

I believe that once the bowels are taken care of, every other issue will resolve itself. The colon comes first.

There were some foods you mentioned in your last post that I would have advised against. You did already say that you were removing them. This diet is extremely strict. The reason for this is it basically eliminates anything that would act as an irritant, as well as any foods that would raise your blood sugar above recommended levels.

Let me know how your doctor visit goes. I will wait to hear from you again with your seven-day menu.

Love Sheree






Jul 27, 2012
gluten free low GI diet progress
by: Anna London

Dear Sheree

Apologies for not coming back to you earlier. Being a rocky path i have not been following the optimal diet. Interestingly , at the time when psychological and environmental turmoil was also around. Foods like coffee, sugar, deserts, soya, corn base breads and others no-nos of the low GI diet have been assiduously eating. It seemed at times I was completely hooked, or addicted. Im so glad i have come to this realization and decided to stray away for once an all.

Shedding has stopped considerably, however there is still lot of regrow to follow due to continuous past loss.

i can confidently report the following diet program :

Breakfast:

Apples and nuts or hemp milk or brown rice and egg with veg - green tea or jasmine tea

Lunch

Protein and vegetables- roast and sweet potatoes- fish and vegetables- brown rice or quinoa - soups- broths- salads

Dinner-

As lunch

will forward results in October

Love, Anna

Jul 27, 2012
Congratulations! Anna is Making Excellent Progress
by: Sheree

Anna, I'm so excited to hear that the shedding has stopped. I did a little research on irritable bowel syndrome and hair loss. And it turns out that when the bowels are damaged, it creates malabsorption problems within the bowel. For example, the bowel is not able to pull nutrients from foods.

Now that you've removed the offending foods, not only is your bowel healing, but apparently, your hair is responding as well. I'm very excited for you! Excellent work.

Letting go of addictive foods is tough, but when you see the payout, like a thick head of hair, it's well worth it.

I am thrilled to read your menu. It is exquisite. I wouldn't change a thing.

I will wait to hear from you in October.

Congratulations, Anna!

Love

Sheree

Feb 21, 2013
feedback on diet and hair loss progress
by: Anna from London

Dear Sheree

It has been a long time since I have not written any feedback.
What a journey it has been!
The encounter with your website has def made an impact in my life, not only nutritional but spiritually. Had i not suffered from hair loss, the inclination to find comprehensive research spiritually would had not unfolded.
Saying that, with no job for 6 months, ridden by debt and almost at the brink of insanity, I feel more than alive than ever and super excited to regain my curiosity for life.

I have learned how to stop my hair loss by controlling unnecessary worries that emotionally were ruining my life. I observed that the emotional wrecks happened once a month were I would want to split from my boyfriend, had suicidal thoughts and had zero zest for life. Interestingly, these have a direct connection with the foods I was eating. One thing goes with the other...

As you aware from previous messages I was diagnosed as been Celiac and my IBS went out of control last year. I can successfully attest to the " end" or total control of this disease, despite the horrendous comments from my Doctor who tried to prescribe me some meds for life. Whenever I eat offending foods including sugars, I tend to have heartburn...naughty! yes I have still some sugary cravings... but fading with intake of molasses.

My hair loss has definitely stopped but I have noticed my hair does not grow as fast as it used to ! Also my scalp feels less burning and stronger... I still have some hair to grow but I am totally convinced that i am in the right path.

I am entering a program where specific vitamins and minerals are going to be taken in order to lower sugar ( Chromium and Zinc) and taking amino acids that are really giving me energy. Its all about metabolizing energy ! .

Will post in three months time the progress.

Much love Sheree...

Anna

Feb 21, 2013
Welcome Back Anna!
by: Sheree

Anna, I've thought about you these past few months. Your case is the reason I did the research on the bowel. So basically, you had a direct effect on me as well, because your questions allowed me to broaden the scope of my research.

I think it's just fascinating that you made such a direct link with the stress that was going on and your hair loss. From reading your post, it's super clear there was a strong link. It's important that our readers understand this connection.

Prescribing only medication doesn't work. You have to take a multi-faceted approach. So if a doctor prescribes nothing but medication, ignores your diet, and doesn't inquire about your emotional health, any subsequent treatment will fail.

Now that your hair is growing back, you are on the path to full healing. As your intestines continue to heal, the speed of your hair recovery will increase. Good for you Anna!

Thank you again for your beautiful letter, and let us know how you are in the very near future.

I'll always be so grateful for your contribution.

Love,

Sheree


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MORE PICS from NAT Feb 2013

by Natalie
(Australia)




And few more

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Feb 24, 2013
Yessssss!
by: Sheree

Can anyone say COVERGIRL!!!!! Wow Nat. If I didn't know it was you, I wouldn't have recognized you.

The picture with your hair from the back! How exciting! Long, luscious, thick locks. What an incredible beauty. Not only is it long and thick, it has a very silky texture.

Nat, you worked so hard for this. There is a huge difference in the front close-up picture in comparison to your after. I'm going to update the hair loss diet page to show these truly beautiful pictures. You deserve this. Congratulations, Nat!


Sheree

Feb 24, 2013
for sheree
by: nat

Thanks Sheree, your opinion means so much to me! and its so nice to get a nice comment on my hair - still long way to go but i think I'm definately on the move now!
x

Feb 25, 2013
Thank you Nat for the pictures
by: Marlon

Hello Nat, your pictures inspire me and others to persevere. Good job! I hope you'll post more pictures as your hair gets thicker.

Thanks!!!

Feb 25, 2013
Big congratulation
by: Yaelle

Nat, realy so so great. HOw I wrote you under other pictures. In summer, you will have all your hair back. Thick and nice.

Wish you so much. WISH TO ALL OF WOMEN HERE.

So nice hair you have.

Yaelle

Feb 25, 2013
Wow!!
by: Anonymous

Nat,

You just convinced me to go eat another leafy green salad. Your hair looks FABULOUS!!

Feb 25, 2013
thanks
by: Nat

Thanks for the comments everyone!

We can ALL do this :)

Feb 14, 2015
Wishing for same success with hair regrowth
by: Anonymous

I have diffused hair loss much like Nat did. I am following the hair loss diet, but am too embarrased to take a before picture.

Excellent job Nat! I hope through perserverance I too will become a success story!

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Nats 2.5 month photo update - Feb 2013

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HI Sheree,I took some pics on my hair over the weekend - would love your thoughts on how it looks and compares to my preivous Dec 2012 photots.

Would love to hear from other friends on the forum too-

Thank you all

Nat

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Feb 25, 2013
wow
by: Yaelle

Nat,

this is incredible. You need just last six month that they will grow little more on top in middle and you are cured. I am so jelous, how much hair you have on sides and on back.

I lost everywhere.

I dont know if I will have hair back, still feel down and lost in my 35 without children and chance to have.

But I wish you so so much. I am sure in summer you will be totaly cured.

Yaelle

Feb 25, 2013
Yaelle
by: nat

HI Yaelle
Never give up especially on your hope for family - you still have more years in which you can achieve this!

I had hair loss ALL over my head not just on top. It was diffuse everyone and lost probably 65% of my hair. I would say that 20% has come back with still more to go. But when hair regrows, it is very hard to notice since the hairs are so fine. That is why doing before photos help so you can compare. Otherwise too hard to tell and you may give up.

It took about 8 months for me to see a difference. And now I am on diet for 10.5 months. I have read can take 18 months for hair to regrow.

The diet is my life now and I am so used to it. It is not hard anymore. Keep up and you can do this too!

Remember I had hair loss for 13 years and cried too every night! I have a new light now and it shows in my face - it will happen to you :)

Feb 25, 2013
Amazing Photos
by: Joni

Hi Nat,

Your hair looks Ah-Mazing! You should be so proud. It looks so beautiful and shiny and healthy! Congratulations :)

Joni

Feb 26, 2013
For Nat
by: Yaelle

Thank you Nat,

diet for me is not problem. Even I now switch from green tea to pepermint and spearmint tea - drink 1,5 l per day and hope it is not coincident but I have like 70% less of oily on my head.

From diet I only dont eat lentils and beans, hope it will be no problem, because for me is difficult to eat this. But will try.

For me, you have realy lots of hair , everywhere. Fore me if the line on your top will grow in, for me you are cured and I will think you have thick hair. I never had so much hair like you all do.

But what I remember, when my hair loss stopped 12 years ago and was not 3 years (then started again), I found I grew hair back realy after 18 months. Not all, but 80 % was back. Then it realy once hair loss stop and start to grow, when it was realy and long hair loss of DHT and cortisol and you dont take any antiandrogens and Rogaine, it takes 18-24 months to come back.

I am happy for you , realy so much. Because on the top back i see , your hair grew in all:-)))) And in the front you have even hairs in your corners:-))

Thank you for support.

By the way - nice kitchen and bathroom:-)

Yaelle

Feb 26, 2013
Yaelle
by: Nat

Thanks for your nice comments. I'll be in touch again soon. Email me if you ever need support

Feb 28, 2013
whoa
by: Cardaro

Now that's gains right there! Congrats and watch it all re-grows 100 percent before the year is over :)

Feb 28, 2013
cardaro
by: nat

thanks Cardaro -
I look forward to your updates too!

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For Nat

Hi Nat! I was looking at your most recent pictures and your hair looks FABULOUS. I'm literally speechless. I was wondering if you might be willing to share your diet. I know you drink vital greens in the mornings and evenings, and I was also wondering what your meals are typically like. Are you eating just fish and vegetables the majority of the time? Any suggestions would be hugely helpful...I need to expand on my list of allowed foods :).

Thanks in advance!
E

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Mar 07, 2013
For e
by: Nat

Hi e, thanks for the comment. I will put this list together tonight Australia time. I have 2 active children with me at the moment. More than happy to share what I eat.

Mar 08, 2013
For e
by: Nat

Ok. Breakfast is usually gluten free oats with, rice, almond or soy milk, frozen unsweetened berries, almonds and seeds on top, or eggs cooked any way on my gluten wheat sugar free bread that I make, or this bread toasted with 100% cashew or nut spread, a soy latte no sugar, 3 cups green tea.

Water, banana or apple, nuts for snacks, lunch is salad with tuna or salmon, homemade mayo or homemade dressing, gluten free pasta with home made pesto, salmon patties, chicken crumbed in quinoa, dinners are usually steak and verges r saad, sweet pot roasted in garlic, herbs, piece salmon BBQ, brown rice or quinoa with chicken and homemade frittata eggs, vegges, spinach.

Basically anything wheat, gluten, sugar, dairy free. I make all my salad dressings.

I eat 2 squares of Lindt 85 percent choc every night with green tea. I have glass vital greens in morning and at night I make a green smoothie of cos, celery, cucumber, lemon, green apple, ginger if like and spinach leaves. I have a vitamin and make enough for 3 days. I only drink this and water.

I make hummus and pesto for roasted veges or celery carrot sticks. If I have gluten free pasta I will use half a serve put add spiral zucchini to bulk it up with a bola aisle or pesto chicken.

This covers most of it. Happy to answer any more questions. Also I hope you have taken before photos as I only noticed a difference at 8 months and only noticed when I looked at the before photos when I started and compared at 8 months later.

I was about to give up until I saw them. I couldn't really tell just looking at myself as it is such a slow process and I was studying my hair close every day.

Then when I took my latest photos couple weeks ago I could see a bit more improvement when looking at my December pics.

Let me know if this info helps.

Mar 08, 2013
Many thanks!
by: Anonymous

Thank you, Nat! So happy for your wonderful progress!

E

Mar 08, 2013
Dairy
by: Anonymous

Do you recommend cutting dairy out completely?

Mar 08, 2013
Dairy
by: Nat

I only did because iPad trouble digesting it. I do have goats cheese and pizza on odd occasions or if someone only has milk at their house ill drink that. There are lots of other yummy options though with very low sugar.

Mar 08, 2013
Spelling
by: For e

Hi e, just reread my menu I wrote and lots of auto correction I spelling that you may not have worked out. I have a vitamix to make smoothies. The oats are bobs red mill which I think is an American company, they also ship out here. Anyway let me know any questions. X

Mar 08, 2013
For Nat
by: Abby

Nat,

If you don't mind me asking - what are vital greens?

Thanks and by the way your hair looks beautiful!

Mar 11, 2013
for abbey
by: nat

Hi Abbey

Vital Greens is a vitamin powder drink you mix up with water - I'm pretty sure you can get it almost anywhere - it has all the GREAT green vegetables we need in powder form

Just google VITAL greens and I'm sure you can find it - works out to be approx $1 per drink - you have 1 once a day.
x

May 03, 2013
Hair Loss Vitamin Supplements
by: Anonymous

Hi Nat,

This is Maya. I am 34yrs Old. Female. My story is same like Donna. Used to have very thick hair. And I started losing hair from the past 10 yrs due to stress related problems in my family. Now I see my hair and I don’t feel like getting out of my house, cried lot of times.

My blood work seems to be normal. I visited a dermatologist. I explained to her that I could see my hair grow back when I was pregnant. Funny, but she advised me to conceive again to see luscious hair for a period of 9 months.

I used to lose my hair so badly. During shower/while applying oil/combing the hair, while removing the hair band ..lots and lots of hair everywhere.

Last Friday I almost broke looking at my scalp. With God's Grace I found this website and started the hair loss diet. Now the amount of hair I am losing every day has reduced. I am eagerly waiting to see the results when my scalp is filled with hair again.

In addition to the diet I am using
Chlorophyll, Kelp, Fo-Ti, Boragae seed Oil, Gotu-Kola, Biotin, prenatals, Black currant seed oil, L Lysine,Spirulina, Fish oil tabs and Liquid Fish oil, Flax Seed Oil.

Is there any thing am missing? Pls advise.

May 05, 2013
For maya
by: Nat

Hi maya, your supplements sound great. I also take a fresh green smoothie I make in vitamix and drink daily.

My hair is filling in but was 6-8 months before I noticed the change, such a gradual thing but one that is well worth waiting for.

My diet is on one of the forum topics I think titled "For Nat."

Sheree is so warm and helpful though I think very busy. Well worth thinking about her private coaching. For I think $55 she will tailor a menu, questions directly relating to you.

If you can't afford that, read the posts and all her hair loss information as that's what I did.

Sheree is the best.

Let me know if I can help further.
I'll post pics in June which will be a year since I started the diet, or life change in eating
X

May 08, 2013
Vitamins
by: Anonymous

Hi Nat,

Thanks a Bunch for Replying.You are such an inspiration to all of us around.Sure will follow the instructions given by Sheree.
She is sure an angle in disguise helping people like me.God bless you both.

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Four Months on Hair Loss Diet

by Natalie
(Australia)

Hi, it's Nat. I'm just needing reassurance again. I have fine hairs all over which I'm hoping are new hairs and not broken ones. It's been four months and sticking to the diet. I find it relatively easy now. Am I expecting that it should be thicker yet, or is it too early?

Also, how did you know the low GI diet would regrow your hair, and what made you stick to it? Did you know of someone who had success with it?

My hair is shiny, mostly the hair closer to the scalp as opposed to the ends, however, it's still not thicker. I have the widening areas still throughout my scalp. It is diffuse all over.

Love Nat

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Jun 06, 2012
Autoimmune Disorders Can Cause Hair Loss
by: Sheree

Hello, Nat,

Now that you've given me a clear idea about the type of hair loss you have, I would like to give you more information about what may be causing it.
The way you described your hair loss, I believe it could possibly be related to an auto-immune disorder.

For unknown reasons, sometimes, our bodies attack perfectly healthy tissues. Our skin, hair, and even our intestines can be affected. There could literally be something in your diet that your body is identifying as foreign matter, and could potentially trigger an auto-immune reaction.

This diet is extremely effective for androgenetic male-patterned baldness in women. I'm unsure of the outcome with auto-immune related disorders.
One of the reasons I believe it may be an auto immune disorder is the age this started, in your 20s. Most women who experience androgenetic alopecia are considerably older.

I will readily admit that this diet takes a long time. Even so, after four months, there should be more growth than what you are describing.

You describe fine, new hair. I do not believe these are broken hairs. I believe these are new hairs. This is promising, but I think there is potentially more to your hair loss than androgenetic alopecia.

Nat, the best thing in the world you can do is keep doing the hair loss diet. It's possible that your situation may not be auto-immune related, and just may take longer.

You have everything to gain and nothing to lose. Since this is uncharted territory, you are doing me a huge favor. How you respond could potentially help thousands of people.

Besides androgenetic alopecia, which is the type of hair loss most people have, there are different reasons for hair loss.

Hair loss can be affected by the following
auto-immune disorders.

Hypothyroidism
Lupus
Gluten sensitivity (Celiac's)

Every time I open a book about auto-immune disorders, guess what pops up? Gluten (Celiac's)

So let's leave no stone unturned. Eliminate every single bread, grain, crackers, all of it.

In the meantime, let's buckle down. I need for you to keep a very detailed 7-day journal, starting tomorrow of every single morsel of food you eat. Breakfast, snacks, lunch and dinner. You would be very surprised to know that common foods we think are safe can cause hair loss.

You asked if anyone has had success. About a week ago, a woman who's been on the diet for one month is experiencing re-growth. She responded to the diet even faster than I did.

Nat, let's stick this out. I won't let you quit no matter what.

Love Sheree

Jun 06, 2012
4 months on
by: Natalie

hi Sheree
thanks for your reply
i have been tested for the below
Hypothyroidism
Lupus
Gluten sensitivity (Celiac's)

and all good - i did have extremely low ferritin for years and years when I was younger and only now is my iron up to above normal range - i will keep a journal starting tomorrow -
I got disheartened with your reply but i know your only trying to help me - I will not give in. breaks my heart and i cry aevery night about this - it consume my every day unfortunately. thanks for trying to help me with this

Jun 06, 2012
Hair Loss Diet May Take A Little Longer
by: Sheree

Nat,

I re-read your first post carefully again. The way you're describing it, it sounds like there is new growth. So that's my fault.

All we are looking for is fine hair. It's not going to be thicker right now. Way too early. In this stage, only fine hair will start to grow. It doesn't thicken until the first year.

Can you send a picture of your hair, possibly before and after? You can attach it to the next note you send me. If I were close to you and I could see it, I could make an assessment.

The reason I had to ask about autoimmune disorders is because there are many different causes for hair loss. Androgenetic alopecia is the most common.

Autoimmune disorders are baffling, because everyday common foods that would never be suspect can cause it.

If you've been tested for autoimmune disease and came up negative, then we're up and running again. Now I can breathe a sigh of relief, because I was really worried that's what it was. If autoimmune disease were the cause, it would become much more complicated to solve.

In your case, we are going to have to relax and give this one year.

Let's stick this out. And Nat, I don't want you to cry, because then you'll make me cry.

I love you like a mother hen.

Sheree


Jun 06, 2012
The Stress Connection to Hair Loss
by: Anonymous

Nat, I was on my way to work today, and I realized that I forgot to mention something.

One very important thing I forgot to address in my last post is your levels of stress. I have given you strictly dietary information, and we've worked all of those issues out. Judging from what you've been telling me, you are doing everything right.

Now, let's tackle the stress/emotional connection to hair loss. I'm going to give you a totally different perspective on hair loss.

It would not be fair for me to give you the dietary portion of this, and then not to give you the spiritual side. I believe you are open minded enough to accept this. Not everyone will, but that's okay. For those who are ready, this will work miracles.

You cannot separate your thoughts from your hair loss. The stress connection to hair loss works in two ways. The first way stress connects to your hair loss is when a person is highly stressed, they flood their system with Cortisol. Cortisol acts as a powerful inflammatory. Inflammation leads to hair loss, usually some type of shedding.

Then there's the spiritual connection to hair loss called the Law of Attraction. The Law of Attraction works like this. When something is feared, it is attracted. Your thoughts work like a magnet, attracting your most prominent thoughts. So any acutely negative or positive emotion, combined with a thought form attracts that thought into manifestation.

Although this appears to be strictly spiritual, scientists have now been able to use test studies to confirm this as fact. This science is called quantum physics.

This is why hypnotherapy is so effective. You have to deal with the fear and anxiety to resolve your hair loss, combined with diet.

If a person has only a mild emotional reaction to their hair loss, they may be just fine. But if terror, severe anxiety and panic are your dominant thoughts, that has to be handled with very powerful counter-measures.

I'm going to leave a link in the blog feed. I'm going to post the exact same hypnosis for hair loss that I used. They are very inexpensive. They have superior self-hypnotherapy on MP3.

You can download it to your computer and play it during the daytime. You can also fall asleep to it at night. This will take care of the emotional side of your hair loss.

You will fall in love with the speaker. He has a kind, gentle voice, and he explains the emotional connection to hair loss on a quantum physics level.

Nat, I really feel this is going to work for you, and I mean everything. I think about you every day, always wondering how you are. You are like part of my family now.

Sheree


Jun 06, 2012
Hi Sheree
by: Anonymous

Hi Sheree

I just read your post to me and all makes sense as I knew it would - I will look at the MP3 if you think that's what I need. And my hair loss does cause me constant worry and like you said it follows me everywhere!

I will also take some photos and upload them over the next few days. I'm happy if you want to post them too!

Thanks again - you have uplifted me again

Love Nat

Jun 04, 2012

Jun 06, 2012
Regarding Nat's Hair Photos
by: Sheree

Okay, Nat. Take your time. No hurry at at all.
I will wait to hear from you.

Sep 09, 2013
important to remember
by: Anonymous

So happy to hear you mention the law of attraction!! I have had to put myself in check several times daily and think about what i am bringing about through my thoughts and such strong emotion. hair loss has been devastating and has really changed my previously outgoing and upbeat personality. Thank you for addressing this aspect as well! I will continue to work through this and I hope you are too Nat :)

Sep 10, 2013
Stay in Touch
by: Sheree

You're welcome. And please stay in touch with us. We love to hear success stories!

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