Your alopecia is caused by infections and overgrowths in your intestines.
When you have infections and overgrowths in your intestines, they create inflammation in your intestinal lining. Your intestinal lining supposed to be tight junctions together. But, when you get infections, it creates inflammation - you get gaps in there. Once undigested food particles and other wastes and toxins pass through into your blood, they can circulate around the body settle in your scalp.
When your immune system sees these, it creates an immune response ‘cause it thinks it’s a virus trying to attack the body. So, it creates inflammation inside your blood and you can have inflammation showing in different areas of the body - in this case, on your head.
So far, everybody that I’ve helped with alopecia also had underlying digestive issues. When we fix their digestive issues, got rid of the inflammation in the intestines, and got the body back into balance, there was no more hair loss.