Which mineral can change hair from grey to its natural color?
Dr. Joel Wallach explains the 5 Early Warning Signs of Mineral Deficiency, including grey or white hair.
Trace amounts of copper must be present in the body in order for a series of biochemical events to occur which result, ultimately, in the delivery of pigment to the hair follicle. Copper is an essential nutrient. By definition, it cannot be manufactured by the body. It must be taken in either through food or supplementation. Terminate all intake of copper and your hair will turn grey.
Will taking supplements get rid of your grey hair color? It has happened to many people after several months of “mighty 90” supplementation. But you must also consider that age is a factor, food allergies, environmental stressors, genetics, dietary habits, and supplementation habits all influence both the levels of copper present in the body and the loss of natural hair color, itself.
Copper is required to form melanin which pigments hair. If you lack copper, pigment will be sparse or absent.
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