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Vegan diet warning: Beware THIS unexpected side-effect of SUDDENLY ditching meat and dairy


Vegan diet warning: Beware THIS unexpected side-effect of SUDDENLY ditching meat and dairy
Express.co.uk

This is because adjusting to a diet without protein-rich meats and fish could affect the hair's cell renewal and health. “Protein is one of the most important nutrients for healthy hair,” said Cassandra Barns, a nutritionist. “Keratin, a substance that

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