Hair loss expert reveals five fruits that could stop you from going BALD 

Mail Online | 6/21/2019 | Stephen Matthews Health Editor For Mailonline
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Eating more of these five fruits could stop you going bald, according to a hair loss expert.

Dr Bashar Bizrah claims apples could help prevent dandruff, and says evidence is starting to show peaches can halt thinning hair.

Dr - Bizrah - Founder - Beyond - Med

Dr Bizrah, founder of the Beyond Med Centre clinic in Kensington, said: 'The most common cause of hair loss, male or female pattern baldness, is genetic.

'But other types of hair loss and hair thinning, such as those caused by an unhealthy scalp condition, are much more preventable.

Intake - Role - Hair - Scalp - Condition

'If your nutritional intake is optimum, it can play a real role in keeping your hair and scalp in good condition.

'And certain fruits are particularly good at providing this dietary safety net for your follicles.' Here, Dr Bizrah reveals some key fruits that may help.

Dr - Bizrah - 'Collagen - Protein - Body

Dr Bizrah said: 'Collagen is the most plentiful protein in your body.

'And it's not only one of the building blocks for creating new hair, it also helps keep the dermis - the middle layer of your skin that contains the root of each individual hair - strong and healthy, too.

Body - Collagen - Acids - Foods - Beef

'Your body creates collagen by combining certain amino acids, usually found in foods like beef, chicken, fish, beans, eggs and dairy products.

'But this process also requires vitamin C as a key ingredient.

Papaya - Vitamin - C - Papaya - Milligrams

'And papaya is abundant in vitamin C - with one large papaya packed with 235 milligrams of vitamin C, which is more than twice the amount of one orange.

'Papayas are also rich in potassium, a lack of which has been linked with hair loss.'

Dr - Bizrah - 'Most - People - Radicals

Dr Bizrah said: 'Most people are aware of "free radicals" - unstable atoms that develop in the body and can damage cells, causing illness and ageing.

'What you might not realise is that free radicals can also damage hair follicles, with older adults particularly susceptible.

Fight - Radicals

'To fight these free radicals, your...
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