Science does not understand well animal and human hair growth cycle interactions with its biochemical metabolism yet. Recent research may have unintentionally discovered another piece of the puzzle that is hair graying and male pattern baldness but it will be decades until laboratories develop a practical and effective product. For now, we can only draw practical conclusions from these research studies, one of which is that vitamins for hair growth by themselves aren’t enough to prevent male pattern baldness (MPB).
In this part we will focus first on healthy diet foods recommended for everyone and with special properties that may help overweight, diabetic or high cholesterol people. Then we will mention supplements and herbs that have been proved in several researchs to be effective for weight loss, control blood glucose, insulin production and cholesterol levels.
The objective of this series of articles is to raise awareness of healthy foods to eat that aren’t getting the attention they need and to help people rely more on fresh natural food for their nutrient intake instead of supplement, vials, capsules, etc.
Some of these foods are very common and widely known but their properties are largely ignored so end up being absent from many diets or eaten too rarely to have a noticeable effect. Others are more exotic but with such good properties that worth the effort of incorporating them in our diets.
In this article we will make a list of vitamins and supplements, what chemical names are they known by, explain what is the difference between fat soluble vitamins and water soluble vitamins, what benefits they have for human health and some tips to know in which cases you will benefit from their health properties and which sources you should trust when taking vitamin supplements and what to do if you have vitamin deficiencies.
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