These are the most important trace minerals for hair loss related to alopecia. Learn more.
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0:00 Introduction: Alopecia explained
0:10 What is alopecia?
0:25 What causes hair loss?
1:58 The best remedies for alopecia
8:30 Other important nutrients for hair loss
11:14 Learn more about hair loss!
Today I’m going to share the three best trace minerals for alopecia.
Alopecia is an autoimmune disease that causes patches of hair loss on the scalp. This is also sometimes a side effect of other autoimmune diseases, like Hashimoto’s or lupus.
Trace minerals are minerals needed in tiny amounts and have profound effects on the body. Related to hair loss, trace minerals can potentially help prevent and treat autoimmune diseases and help build up hair protein.
The best trace minerals for alopecia:
1. Iodine (200 mcg per day)
The best sources:
• Sea salt
• Sea kelp or seaweed
2. Zinc (50 mg per day)
The best sources:
• Beef liver
3. Selenium (50 to 200 mcg per day)
The best source:
• Brazil nuts (one per day)
Other important nutrients for hair loss:
• Vitamin B12
• Vitamin D
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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps increase your awareness of the most important trace minerals for hair loss related to alopecia. I’ll see you in the next video.