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Hair, baldness

      

 Baldness.

Most seaweeds are rich in vitamins, especially the B vitamins, including      B12.
Also have significant amounts (1-3%)of Omega-3 fatty acids.
Nori, in particular has 3% omega-3 fatty acids and large amounts of     vitamins A and C. Interestingly, eating lots of nori is the Japanese   prescription for boys who may have inherited male pattern baldness.

Seaweed has been added to pet food supplements and fed to animals     because it improves the fur and combats the winter nose by dogs.

On the other side in Scandinavia, the eating of refined sugars is      discouraged for the same condition. Perhaps a combination could treat       both hair loss and slow the progression of pattern baldness in both men       and women?
           

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