Doubtful. Hair is made of protein. Hair loss is passed on genetically and is related to an overabundance of a certain hormone.
Well...there is a connection...
taking protein supplements to put on muscle , increases the testosterone in your body...
and testosterone is directly linked to the amount of DHT in your system , that binds with your hair follicle and causes it to miniaturize..
so Supplements and working out increase DHT. Increased DHT means an increase in hair loss if you are already genetically predisposed to Male Pattern Baldness.
Some supplements will help to restore lost hair. If you are losing hair due to a protein deficiency then it will help to have protein. www.progressivehealth.com/hairloss.asp
If you are having hair loss due to a vitamin or protein deficiency then there are some vitamins and supplements you can take to change it. www.holisticonline.com/Remedies/���Hair/���hair_���loss-nutrition.htm
They do not make supplements to regain your hair. However, there is an alternitive. You could look into some hair loss restoration. This will help you to grow your hair back.
Some hair loss supplements have been known to work. They do not guarantee any results, which can be a gamble. Try out the Hair Club for Men, It seems to have great reviews. www.HairClub.com
Of course not, there is no direct correlation.There is no connections with hair length. Hair loss can cause by Stress, Genetics and Improper diet.
Yes, lack of protein in your diet can cause hair loss. Protein is essential for hair production. Hair is the result of dead protein cells.
Hair Loss Haven has several treatment ideas for hair loss that are all natural ranging from diet and exercise to supplements and minerals. They also list reasons that may be causing the hair loss. http://www.hairlosshaven.com/
Procerin is effective in reversing hair loss in men caused by androgenetic alopecia, the most common cause of male hair loss. NIOXIN 3-Part System Kits are tailored to individual hair and scalp needs.
A lack of iron has been known to cause hair loss. Also, studies show that taking vitamin E supplements can aid in hair growth.
None. Protein supplements will not help. The only way to help hair grow is to find out and correct why it is not growing (for example iron deficiency is a common cause of hair loss) or to use topical Rogaine (available over the counter) or oral finasteride (available by prescription).
No. Amino acids actually help hair grow. Amino acids are the 'building blocks' of protein. And hair is made up of a protein called keratin. So no, amino acids do NOT cause hair loss.