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Black Tea/Green Tea/ Soy/Seaweed- A Potent Asian Hairloss Prevention/Treatment Dietary Combination

      As featured in our last update, these foods and beverages all appear to likely have significant benefits for those with hair loss. Epidemiological data on the much reduced incidence of MPB in the Orient seems to lend some cultural/dietary credence to what various studies on the mechanisms of these compounds have identified.

      Black Tea (merely consumed as a beverage) in animal studies has been shown to lower DHT by 72%. The combination of Soy Isoflavones and Green Tea has also been shown to lower DHT. The Singular consumption of Soy has been shown to increase Equol production. The addition of Seaweed to Soy has been shown to dramatically increase equol production. The simultaneous consumption of all of these dietary compounds would no doubt impact the hormonal environment in a way that would be highly favorable for health and hair growth.




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