My Hair Is Breaking Off

Q: I am a 37 year old African American. My hair frequently breaks off, and I wanted a hair anylsis done to determine why it breaks off. I do not use chemicals on my hair. It grows and it is very thick, but when it breaks off it is horrible. I would like an analysis done on my hair to see if this would help me determine the cause. I was reading your site and I get the impression this is more for something else. Please advise.

A: Hair loss, and breakage, are concerns of many people. Through the hair analysis, it is possible see the toxins that have accumulated in your body; increasing to the point of impacting the flow of nutrients, oxygen, and waste products. When toxins begin to “smother” the natural flow of “in with the good and out with the bad”, it is time to detox, restore the nutrients the body cannot assimilate properly, and begin supplementing with the specific vitamins and minerals recommended for healthy hair, skin and nails.

Without seeing an individual’s specific hair test results, it is not prudent to suggest taking specific supplements; this is merely guessing at what is happening, and that wastes time and money.

The hair analysis is really good at identifying specifics, which in
turn, make health solutions much more precise and specific to individual
needs. Something is going on inside of your body, no question, and the hair analysis can eliminate guessing what that may be.

So, instead of wondering what’s going on, the hair analysis can provide some much needed answers and solutions to why your hair is breaking off.

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Dr. Hull's Hair Test is $180 USD which includes a lab report and her detailed interpretation with nutrition recommendations.

About Dr. Janet Starr Hull

Janet Starr Hull, PhD, CN has been offering the hair analysis service since 1995. She is the leading expert in environmental toxicology and holistic health and nutrition. Dr. Hull is the first nutritionist to offer the hair analysis through the internet. Connect with Dr. Hull on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.