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Old 04-27-2022, 04:16 PM
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Your diet not only plays a biggest role in your overall health, but also your hair and skin. A low carb diet but rich in fat and protein can be helpful. However, don’t neglect high carb fruits because they are loaded with good nutrients.
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Old 05-10-2023, 01:46 AM
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You could be diminishing the range of nutrients your body generally needs for healthy hair if you restrict your consumption of carbs, including some fruits and vegetables that contain more carbohydrates. You can experience greater-than-normal hair loss or a slower rate of hair growth as a result of this.
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Old 05-14-2023, 07:00 PM
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Biotin, also known as vitamin B7, is often associated with promoting hair health and is commonly included in supplements marketed for hair growth. However, the role of biotin in hair loss is more relevant to cases of biotin deficiency.



Biotin is involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins, which are essential for the growth and maintenance of healthy hair. While biotin deficiency is rare, it can lead to symptoms such as hair thinning, hair loss, and brittle nails.

Supplementing with biotin may be beneficial for individuals with diagnosed biotin deficiency or those with conditions that interfere with biotin absorption or utilization. In such cases, taking biotin supplements under medical supervision can help restore biotin levels and potentially improve hair health.

However, for individuals with normal biotin levels, there is limited scientific evidence to support the use of biotin supplements for hair growth or preventing hair loss. Hair loss can be caused by various factors, including genetics, hormonal changes, nutritional deficiencies, stress, and underlying health conditions. It's important to identify and address the specific underlying cause of hair loss rather than relying solely on biotin supplementation.

If you're experiencing significant hair loss or have concerns about your hair health, it's advisable to consult with a healthcare professional or a dermatologist who can assess your condition, perform necessary tests, and provide appropriate recommendations for treatment.
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Old 06-06-2023, 05:58 PM
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Originally Posted by timmothysmith01
You could be diminishing the range of nutrients your body generally needs for healthy hair if you restrict your consumption of carbs, including some fruits and vegetables that contain more carbohydrates. You can experience greater-than-normal hair loss or a slower rate of hair growth as a result of this.
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Old 07-05-2023, 07:06 PM
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Hair loss can occur for various reasons, and it's important to note that individual experiences may vary. While it's possible that a low-carb diet could contribute to hair loss in some cases, it's essential to consider other factors as well.

When you drastically reduce carbohydrate intake, you may inadvertently limit your intake of certain nutrients that are important for hair health. Some potential reasons for hair loss on a low-carb diet include:
  1. Nutrient deficiencies: Low-carb diets often restrict certain food groups that are good sources of nutrients essential for hair health, such as whole grains and fruits. Inadequate intake of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants like biotin, zinc, vitamin C, and vitamin E could potentially contribute to hair loss.
  2. Caloric restriction: If you're significantly reducing your overall calorie intake on a low-carb diet, it can lead to temporary hair loss. Severe calorie restriction can disrupt normal hair growth cycles, causing hair to enter a resting phase (telogen effluvium) and eventually fall out.
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Old 10-18-2023, 11:56 PM
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Hair loss can happen when doing low-carb diets. Make sure to get enough protein, biotin, iron, and zinc. Foods like eggs, nuts, spinach, and salmon can help.
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Old 12-20-2023, 02:04 AM
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Originally Posted by katekiteee23
Hair loss can occur for various reasons, and it's important to note that individual experiences may vary. While it's possible that a low-carb diet could contribute to hair loss in some cases, it's essential to consider other factors as well.

When you drastically reduce carbohydrate intake, you may inadvertently limit your intake of certain nutrients that are important for hair health. Some potential reasons for hair loss on a low-carb diet include:
  1. Nutrient deficiencies: Low-carb diets often restrict certain food groups that are good sources of nutrients essential for hair health, such as whole grains and fruits. Inadequate intake of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants like biotin, zinc, vitamin C, and vitamin E could potentially contribute to hair loss.
  2. Caloric restriction: If you're significantly reducing your overall calorie intake on a low-carb diet, it can lead to temporary hair loss. Severe calorie restriction can disrupt normal hair growth cycles, use hair extensions Oviedo to enter a resting phase (telogen effluvium) and eventually fall out.
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Old 12-20-2023, 07:29 AM
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Low-carb diets can lead to hair loss for some. It's often temporary, caused by nutrient deficiencies, calorie restriction, or stress. Focus on nutrient-rich low-carb veggies, fruits, nuts, and healthy fats. Supplements like biotin, iron, and vitamin D can help
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