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Hair loss and balding is a very common problem that many people experience, particularly as we get older. Let’s face it, going bald or losing hair is never a nice thing. Nobody wants to go bald and if you’re a man the chances are much higher. From hair loss creams to lasers, to hair implants and regrowth treatments. We literally try everything in our power to avoid hair loss.

There may not be a solution to stop hair loss entirely. However, recent research has arrived to state that there may be some hope! Apparently, there are specific fruits that might help you prevent hair loss in the future. This might not be very helpful for those who have already gone bald. But it might help thicken your hair and prevent further balding.

And hair loss doesn’t discriminate either. Both women and men might experience it. There are many reasons why it happens and due to this, there is no one size fits all treatment or cure. However, what you can have control over is your diet and what you consume.

Basically, the condition of your hair is an exact expression of your inner health. But balding is slightly different and is genetic a lot of the time.

Hair Loss Is Inevitable If You’ve Got A Poor Diet

I believe that your diet is the secret to everything. The cure to all ailments…

Well, most of all. Yes, genetics play a massive role, but you can still control the seriousness of the most unpleasant symptoms of aging. According to experts, your dietary intake can have a large impact on the functioning of your bodily systems. Moreover, this is true for functions even as ‘simple as hair growth.

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Life is hard enough, and you don’t need it to be any harder because of your personal health. Who wants to be constantly worrying about hair loss? What unnecessary stress. Therefore, if you can get your diet right, then half the battle is won.

I want to provide you with the correct food choices you need to be making to help contribute to a healthy scalp and hair. This is not a strict or set diet either, think of it as a suggestion or addition to your existing one rather.

Eat More Of These To Prevent Hair Loss

Whilst trying to look for ways to help people improve their chances of maintaining a healthy head of hair. I came across this article published by the Daily Mail. I found it fascinating, because of an expert doctor called, Dr. Bashar Bizrah. This doctor has discovered that five fruits specifically might be able to prevent people from going bald entirely. How amazing would that be?

Simply eating more of these from a younger age, of course, might avoid the dreaded hair loss situation. It’s worth the read! Interestingly, this hair loss expert found evidence that shows how peaches might stop thinning hair in its tracks.

Dr. Bizrah, founder of the Beyond Med Centre clinic in Kensington, Britain, says that the most common cause of hair loss, male or female pattern baldness, is genetic. However, there are other types of hair loss and hair thinning. These may include hair loss conditions caused by unhealthy scalp conditions, which are much more preventable.

This is why nutrition is crucial to achieving optimal hair condition. Moreover, it can play a significant role in keeping your hair and scalp in good condition. Dr. Bizrah explains that certain fruits are excellent at providing this dietary safety net for your follicles.


Dr. Bizrah states that Collagen is the most plentiful protein in your body. He adds that it’s not just one of the building blocks for creating new hair. But it also helps keep the dermis strong and healthy, too. The dermis is the middle layer of your skin that contains the root of each individual hair.

Papaya is fantastic for preventing hair loss in your life. Dr. Bizrah told the Daily Mail that our body creates collagen by combining certain amino acids. These are usually found in foods like beef, chicken, fish, beans, eggs, and dairy products.

However, this process also requires vitamin C and papaya is abundant in vitamin C. In fact, just one large papaya is loaded with 235 milligrams of vitamin C, which is more than twice the amount of one orange. Interestingly, papayas are also rich in potassium. Experts state that a lack of potassium is also linked to hair loss.


These are one of my favorite fruits because they’re so sweet and satisfying. They’ve got so many health benefits too! Sadly, the majority of us are oblivious to ‘free radicals’ or unstable atoms that develop in the body and how damaging these cells are. They can cause all kinds of illnesses and fast-forward aging.

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Dr. Bizrah explains that what you might not realize is that free radicals can also damage hair follicles. Older adults are particularly susceptible. He says that your body requires antioxidants to fight these free radicals. Moreover, you need to eat pineapples. This is because they’re rich in not only vitamin C, manganese, and vitamin B6, but they’re also loaded with antioxidants called flavonoids and phenolic acids.

Dr. Bizrah says the antioxidants found in pineapples are also longer lasting than those found in other foods, making them particularly effective.


I believe that peaches are highly underrated fruits. However, Dr. Bizrah thinks that they are powerful and can help maintain a healthy scalp and prevent hair loss. He says they’re particularly great for moisturizing the hair.

This is because your scalp contains oil glands that produce sebum, which is a natural oil that lubricates the hair strand as it grows. Dr. Bizrah says that when there’s not enough of this moisturizing sebum in your hair, your scalp will suffer.

He adds that peaches can combat this as they are rich in vitamins A and C, so they’re a great natural moisturizer. And although there’s not much scientific evidence, many people also use peach juice as a topical solution. They apply it to the scalp in the belief that it’ll also ward off hair loss. Perhaps there’s some truth behind this? 


These fruits are full of tang! I sometimes wonder why I don’t eat them more often. However, they’re apparently filled with hair loss prevention qualities.

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Dr. Bizrah explains that Kiwis contain excellent levels of vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin K, and flavonoid antioxidants like beta-carotene, lutein, and xanthin. He says that the fruit contains lots of vitamin C, which is good for collagen production, as well as omega-3 fatty acids which provide moisture.

Better yet, kiwis are also rich in minerals like zinc, magnesium, and phosphorus which are fantastic for your health. He says that these nutrients help to promote proper blood circulation in the scalp, which strengthens the hair from the roots. Kiwis are also rich in copper, which could help the hair preserve its natural color and keep gray hair at bay.

No more gray hair either? Better eat your kiwis.


Dr. Bizrah explains that apples contain vitamins A, B, and C, which are all vital when it comes to maintaining a healthy scalp and preventing dandruff. He states that apples are also packed with antioxidants to prevent free radicals and aid in cell renewal.

There is also scientific research found by the Tsukuba Research Laboratory in Tsukuba, Japan. It states that apples contain procyanidin B-2, which is a compound that appears to aid in the growth of new hair.

The Daily Mail explains that this research remains controversial and there’s a need for further proof. However, when it comes to healthy hair or hair loss, there’s certainly no harm in eating an apple a day.

Therefore, you might want to ensure that you’re eating a balanced diet that is rich in fruits and vegetables. The more diverse the better, because these will all promote a more gracious aging experience. Hair loss is just one factor that they will help prevent.

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Feeling less hungry during the summer season is a very normal occurrence. Apparently, there’s some science behind it, but in my opinion, it’s also common sense. Think about it.

Skye Mallon

Skye Mallon

Skye is a Holistic Lifestyle Blogger, Entrepreneur and Movement Instructor. She loves changing people's lives and believes you should always strive to be your best! Her brand, Skyezee FashionFit pty (LTD) shares the latest in well-fashion, conscious living, and daily movement. She wants to help others achieve a happy balance by sustaining a conscious, longevous lifestyle. She shares content that helps others tap into the intricacies of our bodies, environments, feelings, and minds.

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