Essential Fatty Acids
Linolenic acid (Omega-3) and linoleic acid (Omega-6) are the two essential fatty acids.
They can be found in fish oils and in not adulterated seeds as sunflower and flax.
Including in our diet a combination of Omega-3 and Omega-6 can protect us from many degenerative diseases.
Science has shown that eating balanced essential fatty acids, helps prevent prostate hyperplasia and, by association, the loss of hair.
Flaxseed oil (linseed) is rich in both types of acid, being an excellent complement to our body because not only promotes our hair,
but also lowers cholesterol, acts on the immune system, increases the frequency of bowel movements, reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease,
help with the removal of estrogen, can prevent uterine bleeding and is a powerful antioxidant.
No studies have been oriented to Alopecia, but many people have reported good results.
Flaxseed oil is particularly recommend because it contains both acids, is easily to find and relatively inexpensively.
This treatment has no contraindications and can complement each other perfectly.
If you eat one or two tablespoons of flaxseed oil daily, it is likely that over a period of two months you will see greatly improve your hair.
It is not known if hair loss stopped, but there is no doubt about a visible improvement in their quality.
You may find changes in both the density and texture of your hair.
It has a very pleasant taste, similar to a nut, but bitter.
Anyway, it is perfectly tolerable and you can mix it in your salad or food of your wish.
The important thing is to take about two tablespoons per day.
If you really can not stand the taste or swallow them easily, you can get flaxseed oil capsules or eat flax seeds directly.
If you decide the seeds, you can mix them with your daily food.
Do not forget that you have to be patient. Do not expect results within a week. The difference after two or three months is evident.
Important for the Treatment:
Eat two tablespoons per day. You can mix it with your usual meals.
Do not use if:
There are no contraindications but it never hurts to check it with your doctor.
In excess, flaxseed oil may cause diarrhea. Other side effects are unknown. You should never start treatment without first consulting a professional.
Remember, you should never start a treatment without first consulting a professional