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Wheat causing your hairloss?

Interesting read connecting gluten (found in wheat) to hairloss… important for alopecia areata, hair thinning etc.

Please share your input. Hair doctors should be checking for gluten intolerance too in case they notice symptoms

https://www.verywellhealth.com/alopecia-areata-and-celiac-disease-563106#:~:text=In%20some%20cases%2C%20celiac%20disease,undiagnosed%20or%20still%20eating%20gluten.


Unusual hair loss (beyond normal aging-related baldness) may be linked to celiac disease. Discover if going gluten-free could lead to hair regrowth.

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