Discussion in 'Alternative Treatments' started by intoleranz1, Jan 24, 2018.
vegetarian and vegan is not the same
Height is genetics bruh.
vegan and vegetarian is idd not the same
just to be sure that we re all talking about the same thing here
vegetarians eat dairy but never eat animals; that means no meat, no fish, no insects, no poultry, ...
vegans are fully plant-based; no milk, no eggs, no honey, no butter, ...
pescatarians dont eat meat but do eat fish and should never be called vegetarians in my opinion
they just dont eat meat but usually dont do it out of the principle of caring about animals
Yep, that's it.
He didn't have anything in the first place. Just a really short haircut combined with bad lightening
So, very eloquently put! Dairy, they are out to steal your hair. And hair, are good.
Now, how does a man tell his wife that pizza and cheese is no longer welcome in the house, and stay married? Also, "woman, no more bread, fruit juices or noodles!!"
If I go that far, how can I make the most of a dumpster diet for maximum hair growth?
I don't know if dairy does anything to hair, Mr, but I know most people think it's some kind of protein, but no. It's supposedly as bad as carbs.
Just tell your women carbs and dairy are bad for a thin figure and for your health, and give it a try, but I really don't think it's going to do something.
On the other hand, I indeed read ppl drinking green juice reversing their greying hair...
For green juice, take green mix powder (spiruline, chlorella, ect.) and mix with water. At first not a lot, your body has to get used to it.
Industrial fruit juice are very bad. White bred is bad (but works for people who can not eat fibers).
I'm vegan ... and I'm still losing my hair. It's because of our genes and testosterone/DHT ...
Were you a vegan since youth ?
Seventh Day Adventists are a bit of a mixed bag - more vegetarian than vegan.
depending on the source, country, and how long the cows are kept pregnant, it could affect hormones
You don't meet the criteria then, because you were already an adult (around 22 years) by the time you turned vegan. Same as Moby
It's actually quite an interesting topic raised by the OP. I haven't seen any hard scientific data for hair loss in people raised as vegans or vegan since childhood
So what is the point of this thread. Most people reading it are adults.
Don't worry guys, once someone finds a vegan from birth who has hair loss, he'll continue to increase the criteria till the odds of finding such a person are one in a trillion. This is the epitome of pseudo science.
OP is retard
Op is not retard you stupid biased bitch.
It's not really about vegan.It's more about what you are not eating / drinking. Meat is not bad in general. A vegan can still eat shit or live a lifestyle like moby.
Healthy lifestyle in general is what it's about. No alc. no cigarettes. Working out and I don't mean lifting weights everyday!
But I know... nutrition etc has nothing to do with hair loss^^
Alright then. Live your unhealthy life and stick to your it's just genetics shit.
Healthy body is a must. Where do hormone imbalances etc come from? From nothing I guess?
Aight, I'm out.
If diet halted hair loss or regrew it the baldite populace would know by now. Diet has absolutely no factor in male pattern baldness or FPH. Not one study;not one credible piece of a controlled anecdotal self-experiment. Food science and nutrition in general constantly contradict one another's studies. Meat isn't bad for you, neither is dairy, carbs, fat, etc. Well-balanced diet is the way to go.
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I will say this, vegens tend to have higher SHBG levels. Also, since they need to find an alternative source of protein, soy is often in their diet. the phytoestrogens in soy could in theory impact hair since they take space on receptors but are much weaker than human estrogen however, they can also can get converted into S-equol, which binds to DHT. The issue though is that not everyone makes the right kind of gut bacteria for it's production or have different levels of the right bacteria depending on individual.
The thread title is self explanatory
Great. You should have asked him when he became vegan