Originally Posted by Davey Jones
Before I try to argue that, where did you read those stats on hairloss by country? 'Cause I don't want to waste time typing up why that doesn't matter if it's not true anyway.
Dunno about stats, but I've got a very mixed group of friends in London. Ive noticed the the guys with high protein, fish and coconut diets (over generations, not just one lifetime) have far less balding before 30, maybe 40.
Ive noticed it all since i started losing hair.
Ive noticed, without doubt, that barely any chinese guys go bald before 30. Soy?
Theres definately a link, but its a thing thats done over generations, not just one lifetime.
My family history is filled with crap food, alcoholics, vegetarians, way too much flour products, barely any protein. Balding is a huge problem for me, my brother, and cousins. Even though i barely drink and eat healthy.
I think plenty of asians (indian and oriental) go bald, but I think far less go bald before theyre 30. especially in the orientals.
Or maybe its all how Im perceiving it. Who knows. But given the strong link between soy, equol and dht....its not so outrageous. Im not saying diet is the root of it all. Just something that can play a part in it all...