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Dietary Considerations


      It has been established many times over that male and female pattern hair loss in Asian countries baldness is a fraction of what it is in the United States. It has also been established that the incidence of hair loss in these populations increases in urban environments and even moreso in those that have relocated to the U.S. Every study without exception points to diet as the primary and perhaps only variable in this phenomena. Given the likely prophylactic effects of Green Tea, Soy, Curcumin, Coconut Oil and other lignans consumed regularly in the diets of Orientals and Indians in rural areas, this comes as no great surprise.

      Systemic inflammation plays a central role in hair loss and can either function to exacerbate or ameliorate hair loss. The following article goes into some detail about this connection. Diet, Inflammation, and Hairloss

      In a nutshell, a “Mediterrasian” diet (blending traditional staples of Mediterranean and Asian diets) consisting largely of Seafood, Olive Oil, Fish Oil, Coconut Oil, Soy foods, Sea Vegetables, Green Tea, Red wine, vegetables and low glycemic fruits consumed raw, with occasional whole grains, in a manner that facilitates insulin management, would appear most conducive to hair growth and hair loss prevention.

      A diet high in trans fats, white flour, refined sugar, and high glycemic starches can wreak havoc on even the most comprehensive hair loss treatment protocol for a number of different reasons.

What to Expect on this Treatment Protocol
      In addition to its hair growth/hair loss prevention effects, this protocol (with the exception of Nizoral and Propecia) and dietary guidelines will confer multiple health benefits. These include, but are not limited to increased energy, increased libido, cognitive enhancement, decreased systemic inflammation, a significantly reduced risk of cancer or cardiovascular event, firmer skin, improved complexion, reduced bodyfat, and the list goes on. In many ways this treatment protocol functions as an anti-aging regime with an emphasis on hair growth.

      Remember, ascertainable hair growth effects for any treatment typically take 3-6 months or longer. When Proscar first came on the market in ’92, many tried it for hair growth for a few months and the general concensus was it didn’t work. Subsequent research showed that benefits don’t begin to manifest until 6 months or longer. As we know Proscar, became FDA approved for the treatment of hair loss at 1/5 the original dose and was renamed,”Propecia.” Our treatment protocol is an anti-aging regime that will prevent hair loss, and over time, facilitate hair growth.

      You can also call, toll free, 1-888-577-4247 or email questions to mpbresearch@aol.com to discuss your own personal regime in detail. This treatment protocol should be periodically monitored for updates.




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