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Do Crash Diets Cause Hair Loss?

posted Dec 8, 2015, 4:31 PM by Dr Mike Meshkin   [ updated Dec 8, 2015, 4:31 PM ]

Do crash diets cause hair loss?

Crash diets and caloric deprivation of less than 1000 calories per day or sudden weight loss of more than 20 pounds have been reported to be associated with hair loss. The evidence of hair shedding can be noticed one month after the diet begins. There are nutritional factors that are necessary for hair growth and healthy hair and if deprive your body then it will effect the quality and quantity of your hair.

Like any other body organ hair needs food to grow. Nutritional factors that are necessary for hair growth are protein, fatty acids, zinc, Iron, Biotin, Magnesium, vitamins A, C, E, and B complex. Therefore it's important to see your doctor and return to a healthy diet. You need to find out the various nutrients that are necessary for healthier hair, and tailor your diet to achieve s reasonable weight goal which includes appropriate levels of all the essential nutrients.

Dr. Mike Meshkin, a hair transplant specialist based in Los Angeles and Orange County offers many advises to his clients to start hair loss prevention when they notice thinning at the initial stages. It is important to keep hair healthy by eating the right food and proper vitamins for support.

To find out more about your hair loss, visit one of Dr. Meshkin's hair transplant and hair restoration clinics in Los Angeles or in Irvine locations. Dr. Meshkin will use the latest techniques to find out the cause of your hair loss and give the best hair restoration recommendations customized to your needs and concerns. You can also visit www.meshkinmedical.com to find out about the nutritional needs that may be a factor in hair loss.

If you are suffering from hair loss or hair thinning you can contact us at (949) 219-0027 to schedule for a free consultation or visit our website at www.MeshkinMedical.com.>

If you are suffering from hair loss or hair thinning you can contact us at (949) 219-0027 to schedule for a free consultation or visit our website at www.MeshkinMedical.com.

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