thepilpedia The obvious argument against

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asked Mar 10, 2019 in Electron Microscopy by pishinga12 (120 points)

thepilpedia The obvious argument against this theory is that seemingly healthy people still experience baldness and many unhealthy people keep their hair. One has to look beyond the argument. If you don't have the genetic predisposition to experience hair loss, your lifestyle will have a negligible effect on your hair, where as a person with the genetics to experience baldness will likely lose their hair at certain rate. Health, Lifestyle, and Nutrition become variables in this equation. Contributing Factors If one engages in a diet that lacks nutrition, one can expect to exacerbate their hair loss ultimately increasing the speed of the condition. Moderate exercise tends to increase blood flow and carry


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