McDonald’s french fries not only cures hunger, but also hair loss, according to a team of Japanese university scientists.
In a recent study published in the journal Biomaterials, a chemical added to McDonald’s fries to stop the cooking oil from frothing can also help with the stimulation of hair growth.
Unsightly wigs and unreliable hair transplant surgeries may soon become a thing of the past for bald people as a team of researchers from Seoul, South Korea have reportedly found a potential drug that may finally regrow hair.
Findings detailed in the paper “Targeting of CXXC5 by a Competing Peptide Stimulates Hair Re-growth and Wound-Induced Hair Neogenesis” revealed that the scientists have developed a potential drug that targets the protein that blocks hair follicle growth.
Curry supposedly prevents baldness, according to one Japanese nutritionist.
According to a survey conducted by a popular Japanese wig maker, Japan ranks fairly low on the list of countries with the highest percentage of male baldness.