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Can i have roasted peanuts? As i am diabetic and throid. and what about milk? is not havin milk and having peanuts, can cause hair fall. What can i add to grow hairs. How safe is to have sugarfree eatables?
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Don't take peanuts.as it has lot of fats. Can take milk as it will give protein.
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Hello, being a diabetic and a thyroid patients you can eat peanut but in limited quantity that's only a small handful alternate days. You should  have low fat or cow's milk daily atleast 2 cups per day. Avoid consuming buffalo milk or full fat milk, that's not good for you.  For hair fall prefer eating nuts like walnut and almonds, flakseeds.
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Ms. Huda Shaikh
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Hi there, Good to hear from you :) Considering that you are a thyroid and diabetes patient you can have handful roasted peanuts in a day as an evening or mid-morning snack.You can have 2 cups of cow milk (remove the cream) in a day and not consuming peanuts is surely not the reason you are facing hair loss.Thyroid can be a prominent reason of hair loss.Hence do visit a dermatologist if the problem persists.However include green leafy veggies,nuts and protein rich foods like paneer,yoghurt,milk and eggs to minimise the hair loss.
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