Everyday at Alive Health Centre, Morning Sun and Supplements Pluswe are helping women with their hair loss issues. In the past, the hair loss articles have been done on the Silicea, Protein, B-Complex and other key minerals… but Lorna Vanderhaeghe, one of the leaders in Natural Health, but especially women’s health,goes into the relationship of low iron levels resulting in hair loss. I wanted to share the following article by Lorna, (which is below) in order to help as many people as possible with this ongoing problem. Hair loss is uncomfortable for everyone, but women really feel strongly about there hair. Many surveys and questionnaires show that if women are going to be late for an event and if they only have time to do their hair or their make-up they will choose their hair. Many woman find it devastating to see their hair fall out because it is a symbol of beauty, but it is also an indication of internal problems, hormone imbalances and nutritional deficiencies.
Below is Lorna Vanderhaeghe’s Article, hope you enjoy:
As always thanks for reading and we look forward to seeing you at Alive Health Centre, Morning Sun, Supplements Plus!
9 thoughts on “Lorna Vanderhaeghe – Stop Hair Loss Article”
I just wanted to point out that too MUCH iron can also cause hair loss. In fact, too much iron is very dangerous and women should not take iron supplements without getting their iron tested first. I am 27 years old and developed hair loss as a result of a condition known as hemochromatosis or iron overload. If this condition goes untreated, it can cause severe health problems, including heart, liver, and joint problems.
Yes it is always important to find out exactly what you are deficient in.
Does this product work for male hair loss as well?
The article is for multiple products that help with hair loss. Usually low thyroid and low iron are more related to womens causes for hair loss. For men it is hormonal and I would suggest using different products such as BioFen or Shen Min. They both have shampoo products as well as capsules.
I suffer from low iron levels (27 serum ferritin) and as a result have experienced significant hair loss. Can you advise how much IRonsmart I need to take daily to incease iron levels? would it be x3 tsp per day?
I apologize for the delay, I am awaiting an answer for you. I will be in touch asap.
Hello, again I apologize for the delay but I have a response from Lorna:
Yes, 3 teaspoons is perfect for really low iron. Please let her know to shake the bottle really well as the iron settles to the bottom.
I wrote to Lorna almost a year ago about my hair loss. I never heard back but still by her products. Since then, I’ve lost all the length of my hair. It is now above my shoulders and falling out from the bulb. Would hope to hear a response. I realize she is overwhelmed with questions.
Hello Marie! I am sorry for the late reply on my part. I can understand your frustration with hair loss. Sometimes our first recommendations are Iron, Silcia but sometimes we have to go deeper. It is often hormone related for women as well as digestion can play a major role. I am not sure where you are located, but if you were able to make it into a location near you it would really help to make better suggestions tailored for you. Age plays a major role as well. If you live remote, please feel free to call toll free at 1866-499-9546. You will be able to reach Alice Chung Thurs to Saturday. Again depending on age, I would love to recommend the Martin and Pleasance Harmony line for you. We would have to chat more to know which one is best for you… hope this helps, and feel free to email me as well if you prefer Shannon@alivehealthblog.com