Most often, baldness in men is caused by age and heredity. However, it also happens that a man loses his hair at a young age without any predisposition to it. In most such cases, it is a matter of malnutrition, in the diet of which there are no nutrients.
Like the whole body, hair needs nutrients. Lack of them or insufficient amount leads to a failure of growth and restoration of hair. Therefore, the first thing, with the onset of baldness, is to pay attention to saturating the body with essential vitamins and minerals.
Table 1 - Minerals and vitamins for baldness.
Synthetic vitamins or natural?
It is advisable to get a daily dose of vitamins from food. If this is not possible, you can take synthetic vitamins as a supplement. You should not fully rely on synthetic analogues - it is better to get most of the nutrients with food.
Conclusion: try to include in your daily diet dairy products (cottage cheese, cheese, milk, butter), cereals (oatmeal, buckwheat), nuts (almonds, hazelnuts, peanuts, cashews, walnuts), eggs, liver, fish, etc.