McDonald’s To Cure Baldness According To New Study

A cure for hair baldness may have just been found at the weird place and in a weird thing which you cannot relate, as per researchers in Japan - who figure the proper reply could lie in your McDonald's Meal. Yes, trust it or not, you read that right. As per the Daily Record, there's a chemical used as a part of McDonald's fries that could help hair regrowth. The researchers figured out how to regrow hair on mice using what they've referred to as a 'simple method' using the human stem cells, which created new follicles capable of growing new hairs.

A cure for hair baldness may have just been found at the weird place and in a weird thing which you cannot relate, as per researchers in Japan – who figure the proper reply could lie in your McDonald’s Meal. Yes, trust it or not, you read that right. As per the Daily Record, there’s a chemical used as a part of McDonald’s fries that could help hair regrowth. The researchers figured out how to regrow hair on mice using what they’ve referred to as a ‘simple method’ using the human stem cells, which created new follicles capable of growing new hairs.

Test On A Mice

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After a successful test on mice, researchers were able to regenerate fury back and scalp. After the experiments, the scientist came to a conclusion that this process can be used for humans as well.

The First Break Through

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The Japanese team’s first breakthrough was when they managed to produce ‘Hair follicle germs’ in their lab for the first time. They were never been regenerated so it’s a big achievement.

The Secret Ingredient

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It turned out that they use dimethylpolysiloxane, the same chemical which is used in McDonald’s fries. This ingredient is used to prevent foaming of oil.

The Key To Mass Production

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Professor Junji Fukuda of Yokohama National University said: “The key for mass production of HFGs was a choice of underlying substance for the cultural vessel.”  Turn next for more.