By the young age of 35, more than two-thirds of males in the world will experience some degree of hair loss. While genetics might play a big part in male pattern baldness (MPB), nutritional deficiencies can contribute to the increase of hair loss by weakening hair and slowing the regrowth process of new hair. This can be reversed with the right diet. Even if genetics tells you otherwise, incorporating these 10 healthy foods into your diet can help you to hold on to your hair longer and slow down male pattern baldness.
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Welcome to my Youtube channel Hairliciously. In this channel, I will be taking you on a journey of my FUE hair transplant progress. Towards the end of November 2016, I had a 1700 FUE hair transplant done in South Korea to lower my hairline and to fill in my receding temples. The FUE hair transplant procedure took me about 7-8 hours to complete and cost me approximately $5500 USD.
I will be doing daily updates on my hair transplant progress, so feel free to subscribe and ask any questions you have. Thanks for visiting!
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Products I am using to supplement my FUE hair transplant:
1. Finasteride 1mg/day (generic brand for Propecia/Proscar) – Finasteride is approved by the FDA for male pattern baldness and is effective in slowing hair loss for men.
2. Biotin 10,000mcg/day – Biotin is effective in thickening hair, nails, and beautifying the skin. I’ve noticed thicker and stronger hair after using Biotin for the past few months.
3. Vitamin D 3,000IU/day – Vitamin D helps maintain a healthy body