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TitleHow to Regrow Your Hair
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REGROWING HAIR NATURALLY

Effective remedies and natural treatments
for men and women with

alopecia areata, alopecia androgenetica, telogen effluvium
and other hair loss problems

Vera Peiffer

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 eggs
 fish
 flour
 grain products
 lentils
 meats (all)
 nuts
 oats
 organ meats
 oysters
 pasta
 peanuts
 pearl barley
 prunes
 rhubarb
 rice
 sugar
 sweet corn
 tea

So if you have been living off burgers, pasta meals, sandwiches and teas and
coffees up until now, you will have an overacidic body, and you will have to
make some changes to your diet if you want your hair back. Even if you
cannot manage to achieve the optimal 80% - 20% balance, you need to strive
for at least 60% alkaline and 40% acidic foods for a number of months to get
any results.

Wheat, gluten and hair loss
You may have heard about a condition called coeliac disease. This in an
autoimmune disease caused by an adverse immune reaction to gluten in your
diet. Gluten is a mixture of proteins found in some cereals. The grain with the
highest amount of gluten is wheat, but rye, barley and semolina also contain
gluten. It is the gliadin component of gluten which is responsible for coeliac
disease.

If you eat a lot of bread, pasta, pasties, cakes and biscuits and if you crave
these foods, it is very likely that you have a wheat intolerance or even allergy.
The craving you experience is a withdrawal symptom which occurs if you
haven't had the allergenic food for a while. Once you have eaten the allergenic
food, you feel much better for a little while, but after an hour or so, you mood
starts to deteriorate and you become irritable and cranky – until you have

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provided yourself with another 'hit' of that food. This vicious circle is also
known as a 'masked food allergy'.

Gluten intolerance (coeliac disease) is not the same as wheat intolerance. I
have seen clients who could not eat wheat products even when the gluten had
been removed, so if you suspect that you have a problem with gluten or
wheat, it is best to have it checked out with a simple hair or nail sample test.
Many people who are allergic to wheat are also allergic to other grains. This
you should check out as well.

To find out whether you have a problem, check the following:
Do you eat a lot of bread, pasta, cakes, biscuits or pasties?
Does it improve your mood eating the above foods?
Do you become irritable and restless a few hours after you have had the
above foods?
Does your irritability and restlessness abate immediately when you eat the
above foods again?
Do you feel bloated after having eaten the above foods?

If you answer yes to most or all of these questions, you have either a wheat or
a gluten intolerance. This means that the continued eating of these foods will
make your hair problems worse. If you are intolerant to gluten or wheat and
if you do not strictly adhere to a gluten or wheat free diet, you can develop
autoimmune diseases such as alopecia areata. Every person is affected
differently. There can also be a thinning of hair fiber and a general diffuse hair
loss as a result of coeliac disease.

If you do not tolerate gluten or wheat, your gut becomes inflamed, and this
inhibits the absorption of other nutrients from food which your hair follicles
need to produce hair. This in turn will mess up your hormone production,
and this in turn can also cause problems with hair.

If you are gluten or wheat intolerant and have a hair problem, you will need
to avoid eating these foods for quite a while before you can re-introduce them
in small quantities into your diet without losing your hair again. A health
kinesiologist or bioresonance practitioner can help you overcome the
intolerance, but you will still have to avoid wheat and/or gluten for a while.

In the meantime, start reading labels. You'll be shocked to see how many
foods have wheat in them! Sausages, baked beans, ready meals, soups – read
labels! Give your gut a chance to recover so it can absorb the necessary
nutrients for healthy hairgrowth.

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Do you eat chocolate and/or sweets every day?

Do you find it hard to resist sweet foods (biscuits, cakes, sugary drinks)?

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GENERAL

Do you have any pets or do you come in daily contact with animals?

Do you smoke? If yes, how many cigarettes on average?

Have you ever had operations with general anaesthetics? If yes, how many?

If you are currently on prescribed medication, please state what you are
taking:

DO NOT DISCONTINUE PRESCRIBED MEDICATION UNLESS ADVISED TO DO SO BY
YOUR DOCTOR.

How many cordless phones do you have in your home?

In which rooms are the cordless phones located?

Do you use a mobile phone?

Do you have any tattoos? If so, how many?

Do you have any body piercings except ear lobes?

Do you suffer from any of the following more than you feel you should?
Please tick the relevant box:

unexplained weight loss constipation itchy skin on the body
exhaustion headaches sleeping problems
unexplained pains in the body diarrhoea irritability
depression anxiety fuzzy-headedness

Any other symptoms :

Are you currently taking any supplements? If so, which ones and what dosage?
(Please include supplements for bodybuilding if you take those.)

What is your profession? ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….…

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For female clients:
Are you currently ڤ pregnant?

ڤ breastfeeding?
ڤ trying to become pregnant?
ڤ none of the above?

I confirm that I have read the Important Information on
page 1 and have retained the sheet for my records.

………………………………………………………..……………………………………
Date Signature

Please send your
order form with completed questionnaire
payment and
hair/nail sample

to

Vera Peiffer
75 South Lane
Ash GU12 6NL
UNITED KINGDOM

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