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Amani Kaite

Nutritional Therapist & Functional Medicine Practitioner

There are many potential drivers for hair loss but the most common ones are nutrient deficiencies and hormonal imbalances. A lack of the right nutrients including vitamins A, C, D and E, zinc, B vitamins, iron, biotin, protein and essential fatty acids may slow down hair growth or even cause hair loss. Hypothyroidism, insulin resistance, excess cortisol and postpartum hormonal shifts are other common root causes of hair loss. Fortunately, correcting the deficiency or imbalance may help support the treatment of hair loss and promote the rate of hair growth.

When addressing nutrient deficiencies, hormonal imbalances or other reasons for hair loss, we must ensure that digestion and absorption of nutrients are optimal. Also, we must restore healthy gut flora. Indeed, gut health plays a role in hair growth. The gut microbiome can, and does, influence the production of certain nutrients necessary for hair growth such as biotin and riboflavin, and also influences the regulation of certain hormones that have an effect on hair growth.

My role within GrowBack is to design a personalised nutrition plan to maximise the therapeutic effects of your treatment.

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Amani Kaite
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