Intro to Vitamin A and Men’s Hair Loss: Male Pattern Baldness

A common concern among men is hair loss.

Many relate healthy, shiny hair as a sign of vitality, good looks, and good health.

Roughly two-thirds of men will experience hair loss by their 30’s. Prevention is the best way to manage and slow hair loss, but early intervention is the key.

It’s important to start a regimen once you start to notice your hair thinning due to male pattern baldness. 

Hair loss only gets worse over time if you don’t
take action now to slow and prevent hair thinning.

Many people relate to healthy-looking hair as a sign of health and good looks. Like any other part of our body, our hair needs a variety of nutrients to be strong, healthy, and grow

Many overlook how important vitamin A is to our body, including our hair and skin.

Vitamin A is essential for cells to grow. Hair is
the fastest growing tissue in the human body, therefore, vitamin A helps hair grow.
Skin glands also use vitamin A to produce sebum.
Sebum keeps the scalp moisturized and hair healthy.

Vitamin A and Men’s Hair Loss: Male Pattern Baldness

****Before we go further, it’s important to note, we are NOT medical professionals and do not make any medical claims or advice.****

The most common sign of vitamin A deficiency is the inability to see in low light called xerophthalmia. If left untreated, it may cause blindness.

A long-term deficiency of vitamin A can also lead to a higher risk of respiratory diseases and infections. It can also cause anemia (a condition in which the red blood cells do not supply enough oxygen to the body).

Vitamin A is found naturally in many foods and is added to some foods, such as milk. You can get recommended amounts of vitamin A by eating a variety of foods, including the following:

1. Some types of fish, such as herring and salmon

2. Beef liver and other organ meats

3. Green leafy vegetables and other green, orange, and yellow vegetables, such as spinach, sweet potatoes, carrots, broccoli, and winter squash

4. Fruits, including cantaloupe, mangos, and apricots

5. Dairy products, such as milk and cheese

6. Eggs

However, an over-ingestion of vitamin A can lead to hair loss.

Conclusion to Vitamin A Men’s Hair Loss: Male Pattern Baldness

If you are concerned with your vitamin A levels, contact your doctor to have your levels checked.

The best defense against hair loss is to eat a variety of nutrient-dense foods.
To ensure you are growing your best hair possible,
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Vitamin A and Men’s Hair Loss: Male Pattern Baldness