Vitamin C is most commonly associated with the immune system, but it is also a crucial component in the production of collagen, which is necessary for all tissue, cell, bone and muscle construction in the body. It is also a key part of hair growth and scalp health, so a proper intake of vitamin C is highly recommended if you have been afflicted by alopecia areata. Kelp is not the most concentrated source of vitamin C available, but it does have an impressive amount of ascorbic acid and other antioxidants that have shown marked results in the treatment of hair loss and alopecia areata.
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