Nutritional Supplements for Alopecia Areata
During the research conducted in 1950, the researchers found that one mouse that was fed a diet high in egg white was having a significant decrease in the hair growth and even this growth of hair was resumed when the biotin supplementation was tested on them.
Even the celiac disease and the relation of alopecia areata was also tested and it was found that two-thirds of patients having alopecia areata and celiac disease and they come out from their issue when were given a gluten-free diet. Thus, as per the study gluten-free diet is beneficial only if the patient has celiac disease.
Similarly, contribution of the dietary supplements for the alopecia was also tested for the deficiency of Vitamin D as in the study it was found that in adults and the children with alopecia areata there is a deficiency of vitamin D but there has been nothing positive relation proved between the vitamin D supplementation and the growth in hair. Thus as per the experts, you can consider supplements but with the green signal of the professionals.