Hair loss diet: The 5 foods to avoid to stop your hair falling out

Aside from other health concerns associated with eating fish with traces of mercury, mercury interferes with your body’s ability to absorb zinc.

A zinc deficiency can cause your hair to thin and fall out.


You know how when you’ve had too much to drink, the next morning you wake up with a pounding headache, desperate for a glass of water?

That’s due to dehydration, and your hair feels the same way after a night on the town.

Drinking too much alcohol causes your hair to lack moisture, which can make it brittle and breakable.

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