Posted by Admin on January 24, 2016 in Treating Vitiligo, Vitiligo FAQs, Vitiligo Information
We have received many inquiries regarding Vitiligo and Vitamins in your daily diet.
We obviously all need to eat well, and exercise regularly. However, Vitiligo will often appear in the most healthy and fittest of individuals.
You don’t have to change your diet, but rather supplement your diet with B12 and Folic Acid vitamins believed to be missing and contributing to the cause of Vitiligo.
If you have recently started noticing white patches or spots on your skin you could have Vitiligo. Vitiligo is an autoimmune condition.
Autoimmune disease’s attack your own body cells. The immune system can’t tell the difference between healthy body cells and unhealthy ones. With Vitiligo, the immune system is attacking your melanocytes which are the pigment making cells.
Therefore you need to start treating your skin cells to repair your damaged melanocytes.
Having Vitiligo can be traumatic and stressful. Stress unfortunately contributes to the further spread of the condition. We can control ‘snowball effect’ with the use of Vitilox Vitamins.
Our Vitilox B12 and Folic Acid Vitamins have been specifically formulated to slow down and stop the spread of Vitiligo.
Remember, we are here to help. If you require any assistance or have any questions regarding Vitiligo please don’t hesitate to contact us.
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I just happened to come across this article.
I do not have Vitiligo but did have an autoimmune disease which caused my hair to fall out and become very thin. My hairdresser gave me all sorts of advice and products but nothing helped and we decided there was nothing much more to do except cut it short..Eventually I went to a doctor who told me that it was caused by an autoimmune condition. I read up about it but found all the information overload very confusing. So, I started eating more healthy, taking vitamins and exercising (partly to get fit and partly to relax and stop stressing). I also managed to get an oil for my hair from a leading cosmetic brand (they no longer make it) and one day when I went to my hairdresser he got so excited because he could see new fluffy hair growth. Well the end result was that my hair was thicker than before. I still try to eat as healthy as possible all the time and take my vitamins. My exercise falls by the wayside sometimes but I try to at least go for a good walk every week. So good luck to you all out there and dont give up if it seems to take a little long!!!!