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Hair loss treatment: Marine protein supplements promote hair growth without side effects


The mechanisms that cause hair loss are hard to thwart, with multiple factors contributing. However, natural supplements have been shown to reverse hair loss and can do so without producing nasty side effects. Marine protein supplements (MPS) have been shown to meet this criteria.

Researchers conducted a clinical study to investigate the impact of an oral marine protein supplement (MPS) hair growth in women with temporary thinning hair.

MPS tablets contain AminoMar marine complex, horsetail, which contains a naturally occurring form of silica, Malpighia glabra (acerola cherry which provides vitamin C), biotin, and zinc.

The AminoMar marine complex is composed of a proprietary blend of shark powder and mollusc powder derived from sustainable marine sources.

The placebo treatment consisted of inert tablets with similar appearance.

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Each subject’s hair was washed and shed hairs were collected and counted.

After 90 days, these measures were repeated and subjects completed Quality of Life and Self-Assessment Questionnaires.

MPS-treated subjects achieved a significant increase in the number of terminal hairs within the target area which was significantly greater than placebo.

The researchers also found MPS resulted in significantly less hair shedding and higher total Self-Assessment and Quality of Life Questionnaires scores.

There were no reported adverse events.

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Additional support

Losing hair can be upsetting – for many people, their hair is an important part of who they are.

“If your hair loss is causing you distress, your GP may be able to help you get some counselling,” advises the NHS.

It adds: “You may also benefit from joining a support group, or speaking to other people in the same situation on online forums.”


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