Dr Oz Tips – Take These Vitamins to Stop Hair Loss & Boost Hair Growth

So what’s the ultimate hair loss supplement recommendation from Dr. Oz?

So far, we have been sharing useful tips and information from Dr. Oz interviews and episodes of healthy hair growth (see our latest “Full Hair” editorial – Dr. Oz on Hair Loss).
Dr. Oz on female hair loss solutions

Here, we will give you the ultimate summary of what he recommends for female hair loss vitamins and why each one is important for your healthy hair growth.

Here are Dr. Oz’s recommended supplements for thinning hair issues:
#1: Black currant seed oil

We recently shared a detailed article about black currant oil for hair loss. Black currant seed oil is packed with amazing nutritional compounds including Vitamin C, Omega 3 and Omega 6, and Polyphenols.

Some highlights include:
Blackcurrant has 3 TIMES MORE Vitamin C than oranges
Blackcurrant has 2 TIMES MORE Omega 6 gamma-linolenic acid than evening primrose oil
Blackcurrant has polyphenols, which are also found in green tea. A recent study indicates that polyphenols play an important role in stimulating new hair growth (read here for more detail about the polyphenols research for hair loss).
#2: Fish oil

Fish oil is a natural source of Omega 3 fatty acids, which our body requires for various health functions including cell repair and maintenance, hair follicle stimulation and proper development. This essential fatty acid also has both anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties which are crucial for health of your scalp and healthy hair growth.

In the previous Dr Oz hair loss episode, he recommended taking both black currant oilalong with with fish oil for treating thinning hair.
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#3: Biotin

There is no surprise about Biotin being one of the recommended hair loss supplements by Dr Oz and many other doctors.

Biotin, also known as Vitamin B7, is a water-soluble vitamin that promotes healthy hair and stronger nail growth. A deficiency of biotin is linked to thinning hair (click here to see our 5 best biotin supplements for hair growth).

Have you tried any of these supplements for hair loss? We would love to hear about your experience!

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