Project End Alopecia (Gluten-Free): Day 22

Project End Alopecia (Gluten-Free)

Project End Alopecia (Gluten-Free): Day 22

June 18, 2018 Everything is heading in the right direction in terms of hair regrowth. Even though we had a few occasions when we deviated from the gluten-free diet plan. Can't help it with the end of school year, summer festive and celebratory mood. The deviation was very minimal though, and didn't last more than one meal at a time. Our occasional deviation from gluten-free[...]

Project End Alopecia (Gluten-Free): Day 13

Project End Alopecia (Gluten-Free)

Project End Alopecia (Gluten-Free): Day 13

June 8, 2018 We woke up to a misty, cloudy and gloomy Vancouver. It is PD day Friday, so we have no school today but will be headed for Parent-Teacher Conference mid morning. I suggested a family donut outing in the morning. It would be good to get us out of the house together on a more relaxed rhythm, different from the usual hustle and[...]

Project End Alopecia (Gluten-Free): Day 12 + Recipe

Project End Alopecia (Gluten-Free)

Project End Alopecia (Gluten-Free): Day 12 + Recipe

June 7, 2018 Welcome to Day 12 of our Project End Alopeci journey. Over the last few days I've been a little busier with my brand new Instagram account - check it out here. My goal is to get more insights on areas that I discuss about on this blog, and to reach more people with helpful info, inspo and lessons learned. So 12 days[...]

Project End Alopecia (Gluten-Free): Day 10

Project End Alopecia (Gluten-Free)

Project End Alopecia (Gluten-Free): Day 10

June 5, 2018 So I've been MIA for Day 8 and Day 9 blog entries, because life in our fam-ville got a little busy the last few days. But we're still here, still going strong with the gluten-free + topical ginger and essential oils treatment regimen. And I can't believe it's already Day 10 of our journey. Meals & snacks Food wise there hasn't been[...]

5 reasons why SOY is an important food to improve Alopecia and promote hair growth

Blog

5 reasons why SOY is an important food to improve Alopecia and promote hair growth

Wholesome soy is a complete food and has long been recognised for its wide range of health and nutritional benefits, including generally improving the immune system, reducing blood cholesterol levels, and lowering risks of heart disease. In this post, I explore a number of studies that looked into how wholesome soy contributes to promoting hair growth and slowing down the rate of hair loss in[...]

Does Vitamin D help hair growth in Alopecia Areata?

Blog

Does Vitamin D help hair growth in Alopecia Areata?

Does Vitamin D help hair growth in Alopecia Areata? In this post, I look at the importance of Vitamin D not only for overall health but also for improving the outcome of Alopecia treatment. As Vitamin D Receptors (VDR) are strongly expressed in hair follicles, several studies have investigated the link between vitamin D levels and severity, duration, and the number of patches in Alopecia.[...]

Foods for hair growth for children with Alopecia

Blog

Foods for hair growth for children with Alopecia

To help  improve conditions of Alopecia in children and adults alike, there are some foods for hair growth that contain more nutrient density and that may help contribute to building the immune system and promoting the rate of hair growth in Alopecia. In this post, I'm going to share how to plan a young child's nutrition and daily diet so that you can incorporate more[...]

Melanin for hair pigmentation and hair growth

Blog

Melanin for hair pigmentation and hair growth

In this post I'm going to explore something called melanin. I explore the relationship between melanin and hair, and I look into a number of studies that may support the link between melanin and hair growth as it promotes the growth of hair shafts. Learn more about what melanin is, and food sources from which we can get more of this nutritional compound to not only[...]

Foods that support hair growth for children with Alopecia Areata

Blog

Foods that support hair growth for children with Alopecia Areata

There is no cure for Alopecia Areata, however carefully planning your diet around choice of foods that support hair growth can play a part in helping keep things in check. Afterall, good nutrition is the fuel that your immune system needs in order to function properly. And a properly functioning immune system does not create an environment for autoimmune diseases. In this post, I'm going[...]

error: Content is protected