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Foods that block dht can play a vital role in regrowing hair that has been lost due excessive dht levels. So I’ll just go over some natural dht blocker foods that you may want to consume to help you stop your hair loss and regrow what you’ve already lost.
There are three main types of dht blockers found in food that I’m going to focus on in this video: foods that are high in zinc, biotin or phytosterols. Let me just go over what those three things are. Zinc is an important mineral in our diets that increases that activity of about 100 different enzymes in our bodies and helps our cells develop and grow correctly. Biotin is also known as Vitamin H and vitamin B7. It’s often used for brittle nails and hair loss. And phytosterols is an umbrella term for over 200 different plant steroids and they have many functions including reducing cholesterol and fighting cancer cells.
Since many of these foods can belong to more than one of these categories, I’m just going to make it easy by sorting them by food types. This isn’t an exhaustive list but they are some of the most effective foods that block dht.
Meats and Seafood
Fruits and Vegetables
Seeds & Plant Oils, Nuts, and Legumes (Pumpkin seeds are my favorite natural dht blocker!)
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