Losing your hair? Wouldn’t I be making millions if I had that secret! Would I tell? In my humble opinion as a laymen, thinning hair could be a sign of toxins in the foods you eat or the environment you are in daily.
‘I stopped eating rice because of arsenic and ceased using fluoride toothpaste’ ~ your author
They were two poisons I didn’t want in my body anymore. Amazingly, it appeared that after a couple weeks my hair started growing back in the bald spots!
‘When the poisoning becomes acute, symptoms may include diarrhea, vomiting, vomiting blood, blood in the urine, cramping muscles, hair loss, stomach pain, and more convulsions [1 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arsenic_poisoning]’.
This may have been wishful thinking on my part because I was in need of a haircut. I am not going to get into the scientific stuff. I know there are plenty of sites dedicated to giving you a full head of hair again.
But, as you get older like me, you likely care less about having a thick head of hair. Personally, I don’t really care, ‘bald is beautiful’ they used to say. I am not bald though, at least not yet.
When they do tests for arsenic in a person, it shows up in their hair and nails. Of course, genetic predisposition is involved, and I don’t know if it matters what you eat when baldness hangs in the family tree.
But, if you eat organic non-GMO plant based whole food, you are eliminating known contaminants that may otherwise be there. I think that’s a step in the right direction. Unfortunately, there is a ‘baldness gene’ you may inherit from dear old mom.
Thanks a lot mom, love you lots for that one! Yet, the ‘stigma’ attached to being bald isn’t what it used to be. Some women are attracted to bald men, especially nowadays…
Source- 1 URL en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arsenic_poisoning
Website Title Wikipedia
Article Title Arsenic poisoning
Date Published May 24, 2019
Date Accessed May 31, 2019
Note- before you change your diet consult your doctor.