Premature gray hair has now become a common scene in people aged 18-26. Though you know that genetic has the biggest impact in hair graying, but when it comes to premature white hair, bad diet plays the biggest role. When you suffer in malnutrition, then you can see a lot of problems in your body. You may have vitamin b-12 deficiency, as this is another reason of early gray hair.
It's best to add vitamin and mineral rich foods to our diet menu so that we can at least make sure we are eating the best vitamin rich foods ever. We can also give proper attention to reduce our stress and live a simple life. Otherwise, stress can make your hair gray, as a lot of people have suffered gray hair from stress.View Thread
I have decided to start a facebook support group that is completely confidental. It is a secret group, and none of your posts will show up on your page, or anyone elses. It also does not show up in the news feed. I am 32 and suffer from anorexia and bulimia. I really need the support of anyone who understands and is going through the same thing. You can visit my page and email me if you'd like to be added as a member. Please, lets help eachother...
Having Trouble with food? Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous (FA) is a free 12-step program of recovery for people who suffer from overeating, under eating, bulimia, or obsession with food or body size. There are no dues or fees, and meetings are open to anyone who wants to stop eating addictively. To find a meeting near you go to: www.foodaddicts.orgView Thread
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