Insulin Resistance and Hair Loss

Finnish researchers conducted a study involving women’s hair loss to determine if a high-glycemic diet and carbohydrates contribute to their balding. In the study, women who were more insulin resistant and ate more carbs had a higher risk of developing androgenic alopecia (AGA) hair lossAug 10, 2017. 

We also know that men with insulin resistance have more cardiac disease and many with such diseases seem to have more hair loss as well, male or female. 

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