Alopecia is abnormal thinning or balding of the hair on the head. This can happen as a natural result of aging or it can be a result of radiation, surgery, illness, vitamin or mineral deficiency, or over consumption of certain vitamins (like vitamin A). Because there are so many possible causes for this disorder if is important to consult your physician to rule out a possible serious underlying medical condition.
Vitamins, amino acids, minerals and other nutrients found if the food we eat are important for health hair growth. Foods that you can eat to support the health growth of new hair are foods rich in sulfur -containing amino acids L-cysteine and L-methoinine, foods rich in vitamin B and foods that contain essential fatty acids.
Juice that supports hair growth
3 leaves of dark green Lettuce
1 handful of alfalfa sprouts
2 leaves of kale
1 handful of baby spinach
1/2 of a green pepper