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Finding clumps of hair in your brush can be traumatic, whatever your age, but it’s not unusual — statistics show that hair loss affects 16 million in Canada alone.
There are a variety of possible causes behind hair loss. Pattern baldness or permanent hair loss is simply the result of genetics. Increased hair shedding or temporary hair loss can result from poor nutrition, genetics, imbalanced hormones, medications such as chemotherapy, radiation treatment, infections, chronic stress, and rapid weight loss, to name a few. Certain illnesses and diseases — like anemia, low thyroid hormone levels, lupus, and some cancers — can also cause hair loss or hair shedding. In most of these cases, hair loss is not permanent.
You’ve probably heard the old saying “You are what you eat” at least a thousand times. Every morsel is broken done into it’s smallest parts and becomes part of you. When you think of food in very simple terms like this — that it literally turns into you — then food takes on a whole new meaning doesn’t it? Do you want to turn into a bowl of white pasta and cream sauce or a bowl of vibrantly coloured vegetables with avocado and seeds? Hopefully the latter. Real food is so incredibly beautiful and fresh!
But let’s take it one step further….