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    I am not sure that there is any actual prevention.

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    there is no prevention

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    Quote Originally Posted by gableindex View Post
    I 've just read it, there are foods that can help prevent having grey hair like walnuts, prawns and cheese.
    This is so true.. the greying of hair is something that has to do with genes.. its genetically motivated and there is nothing
    we can do to prevent such.. but i believe we can slow the rate at which it happens and that where nuts come in handy..
    even having lots of green foods, kale and spinach.. do the trick..if it gets worse get some dye and you will look fine.

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    You cannot avoid it. This is genetics.

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