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Woman who suffered from alopecia for years transforms her locks in 30 DAYS

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An Australian woman who has battled alopecia for years grew new hair over her bald patch in 30 days after taking a $29 vitamin.

Tammi shared her testimonial with nutritionist Jessica Sepel after trying the health experts’ $29.99 Hair + Energy tablets, saying she had seen more growth this year than she had in the four years prior to finding them.

‘It has taken me awhile to write this to you since I’ve been open about my ongoing battle with alopecia but I’ve never actually revealed images of it, especially not at its worst,’ she said.

‘I have literally tried every single treatment available since I was 18 years old and having Lupus… it has been a stop and start journey.’ 

Tammi shared her testimonial with nutritionist Jessica Sepel after trying the health experts' $29.99 Hair + Energy tablets, saying she had seen more growth this year than she had in the four years prior to finding them (30 days difference)

Tammi shared her testimonial with nutritionist Jessica Sepel after trying the health experts’ $29.99 Hair + Energy tablets, saying she had seen more growth this year than she had in the four years prior to finding them (30 days difference)

Alopecia areata occurs when the human immune system attacks hair follicles, which causes circular bald patches to form. It’s thought to be brought on by a number of factors, including stress. 

The last gut support supplement Tammi took worked ‘wonders’ for her hair loss but when she stopped taking them her condition regressed. 

‘After seeing your results online I was convinced I needed to try the Hair and Energy tablets to see if it would make any difference at all,’ she said.

‘To be honest I started with the intention of promoting stronger, thicker hair where it was not falling out. I figured my new growth would be minimal and thin. But within a week my bald patches had a fuzz of soft new hair and my hairline had thickened.’ 

At the end of her 30 day trial Tammi saw new hair on ‘every inch of her scalp’ growing rapidly at a rate of about five to 10mm a week. 

At the end of her 30 day trial Tammi saw new hair on 'every inch of her scalp' growing rapidly at a rate of about five to 10mm a week

At the end of her 30 day trial Tammi saw new hair on ‘every inch of her scalp’ growing rapidly at a rate of about five to 10mm a week

‘To say I was dumbfounded and elated would be an understatement,’ she said.

‘The transformation was nothing short of phenomenal – physically and emotionally. 

‘I’m onto my fourth month of your formula and whilst I still have hair loss (which will no doubt continue as a result of my alopecia) my existing hair is longer and thicker than ever.

‘In the past fourth months it has grown more than in the past four years. Thank you for an incredible product that I cannot recommend highly enough.’

Kelly from Coolamon in New South Wales

Kelly from Coolamon in New South Wales

Tammi’s not the only person to get amazing results using the vitamins, with Kelly from Coolamon in New South Wales attesting to the same outcome.

She started taking the tablets in April 2020 after noticing some hair loss at the top of her scalp.

‘The first time this happened was in 2010 and the second was in 2016. Both these times my hair fell out over a 12 month period,’ the 46-year-old told FEMAIL.

‘It started in a small patch but continued to fall out all over and became very thin and sparse.’

In August 2019 Kelly saw a small bald spot forming again, which continued to spread across the scalp until March 2020.

Doctors have put her hair loss down to an autoimmune response called Alopecia Areata but Kelly is concerned ‘fad dieting’ might be setting it off.

‘I think of my lifestyle during each time and I was on a “fad diet” six or so months beforehand. So I personally feel the lack of different food groups like carbohydrates and sugar, and the stress of dieting, may have been a big trigger,’ she said.

In August 2019 Kelly saw a small bald spot forming, which continued to spread across the scalp until March 2020

Five months later the patches are filling in

In August 2019 Kelly saw a small bald spot forming, which continued to spread across the scalp until March 2020 (left)

Kelly heard about Jessica Sepel and her JSHealth vitamins on social media, deciding to try them after hearing about how helpful they can be for hair loss. 

‘I noticed very small stubble growing back in a month after taking them every day for this period,’ she said. ‘I have been taking them every day for two and a half months’.

In photos showing the difference in hair growth over five months, Kelly told the JSHealth team how helpful the tablets have been for her.

‘The JSHealth H+E Vitamins contain zinc which helps to maintain normal healthy hair, skin and nails,’ the website read. 

The capsules also contain a therapeutic dose of iodine from kelp which helps to restore hair strength and volume which naturally supports hair growth.

When it comes to boosting your energy, iodine is essential for the manufacturing of thyroid hormones that regulate metabolism and energy production throughout the body. 

So not only do the vitamins increase hair volume but the customer will get an additional boost of liveliness by taking the tablets as well.

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Miss Sepel (pictured) recommends taking one capsule a day with breakfast and to store the bottle in a cool, dry place that doesn’t heat up beyond 25 degrees

Miss Sepel recommends taking one capsule a day with breakfast and to store the bottle in a cool, dry place that doesn’t heat up beyond 25 degrees.  

‘Give them a go. I love everything about the JS way. To know that all of JS vitamins, programs and advice is given and made from a place of love, experience and research is also so special,’ Kelly said. 

‘My next order will include the probiotic, gut health and immunity tablets, the new hormone and PMS support and the sleep tablets.’

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Dramatic moment armed police swoop on ‘gang of travellers’ in late night arrest

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This is the dramatic moment when armed police swooped on four men in a quiet residential street.

Terrified residents cowered in doorways and behind curtains as the four men – who had been involved in a drunken incident earlier – were forced to lie on the ground as the officers trained semi-automatic weapons on them.

The suspects, who told the police they were Irish travellers, lay prone as they were searched and handcuffed before being arrested in Stroud Green, north London.

The men were ordered to lay on the ground by police who trained their semi-automatic weapons on them

Witnesses described the action as 'like a scene from a movie' as a police car screamed to a halt on Sunday

Witnesses described the arrest as ‘like a scene from a movie’ as a police car screamed to a halt in a north London street officers jumped out, pointed their guns, shouting ‘Get on the floor!’

The arrests followed reports of a drunken fight down the quiet residential road where a group of men who called themselves Irish travellers were heard arguing before police arrived

The arrests followed reports of a drunken fight down the quiet residential road where a group of men who called themselves Irish travellers were heard arguing before police arrived 

One man, who according to one witness may have been reaching inside his pocket instead of putting his arms wide, received a hefty kick up the backside from one of the officers, along with a barked: ‘Arms down! f*****g arms down!’

As a police helicopter circled overhead, onlookers in the street, Harringay Road, were warned: ‘Move back! Move back! Do not come any closer!’

An eye-witness told MailOnline: ‘It was about 11pm last night and we heard shouting in the street outside and there was this group of five men with Irish accents who were having a loud drunken argument, pushing each other across the street.

‘One of them was carrying a leather belt in his hand. Something had gone on round the corner on Green Lane because we could see a group of girls on the corner who were screaming at the corner and some shopkeepers out as well,’ said the witness, who asked not to be named.

‘I don’t know exactly what had happened before, but everyone was at their windows watching what was going on.’

‘Then suddenly I saw some lights at the end of the street and it started to resemble a scene from a movie as a police car screamed to a halt and four armed officers jumped out, pointed their guns at the men, shouting ‘Get down on the floor now!’.

‘At that point, most of the people standing in their front doors or looking through windows ducked back inside very quickly, not surprisingly.

‘One of the guys lying on the floor – I don’t know if he might have been reaching for something – got a kick from one of the officers who had told him to put his arms down.

The suspects, who told the police they were Irish travellers, lay prone as they were searched and handcuffed before being arrested in Stroud Green, north London

The suspects, who told the police they were Irish travellers, lay prone as they were searched and handcuffed before being arrested in Stroud Green, north London

‘It didn’t strike me as particularly brutal, more persuasive – I’ve no idea what had been happening to lead up to this incident after all. From what I could see, the officers behaved very professionally.’

He said the four suspects were questioned and searched on the floor and one of them asked the police: ‘Is it because we are Irish travellers?’

‘He seemed to be suggesting the police should be arresting some shopkeeper or other and claimed the man had a knife. It was all quite confusing, to be honest.’

‘As the four men were loaded into a van to be taken away, they got a bit merry and started singing Irish songs.’

The Metropolitan Police were contacted.

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New Labour anti-Semitism row as Unite’s Len McCluskey tells Peter Mandelson to ‘count his gold’ 

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Hard Left union bruiser Len McCluskey was at the center of a new Labour anti-Semitism row today after telling Tony Blair‘s former spin chief Peter Mandelson to go away and ‘count his gold’.

The Unite kingpin took to Twitter last night to hastily apologise after aiming the barb at Mr Mandelson, whose father was Jewish, in a BBC Newsnight interview.

He was being asked about the former Hartlepool MP – now Lord Mandelson – praising Sir Keir Starmer‘s new leadership of Labour when he lashed out, saying: I stopped listening to what Peter Mandelson said many many years ago.

‘I would suggest that Peter just goes into a room and counts his gold and not worry about what’s happening in the Labour Party. Leave that to those of us that are interested in ordinary working people.’ 

He later backed down on social media, tweeting: ‘Before this gets out of hand, let me say language is important and I apologise to Peter Mandelson and anyone else if mine has caused hurt.’

But Jewish MPs and other Labour moderates rounded on the Unite general secretary, a close friend and supporter of former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, whose time in charge was mired by anti-Semitism.

The Unite kingpin took to Twitter last night to hastily apologise after aiming the barb at Mr Mandelson, whose father was Jewish, in a BBC Newsnight interview

The Unite kingpin took to Twitter last night to hastily apologise after aiming the barb at Mr Mandelson, whose father was Jewish, in a BBC Newsnight interview

He later backed down on social media, tweeting: 'Before this gets out of hand, let me say language is important and I apologise to Peter Mandelson and anyone else if mine has caused hurt'

He later backed down on social media, tweeting: ‘Before this gets out of hand, let me say language is important and I apologise to Peter Mandelson and anyone else if mine has caused hurt’

Lord Mandelson was a close associate of Tony Blair during his time as prime minister and a former MP for Hartlepool before being made a peer

Lord Mandelson was a close associate of Tony Blair during his time as prime minister and a former MP for Hartlepool before being made a peer

Jewish MPs and other Labour moderates rounded on the Unite general secretary, a close friend and supporter of former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, whose time in charge was mired by anti-Semitism.

Jewish MPs and other Labour moderates rounded on the Unite general secretary, a close friend and supporter of former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, whose time in charge was mired by anti-Semitism.

Jewish Labour MP Margaret Hodge said: ‘Why McCluskey uses tropes that many would consider antisemitic on BBC Newsnight is a question only he can answer.

‘Regardless, he doesn’t get to obfuscate  and dictate to us what is and is not anti-Semitic when called out.

‘The ignorance with which these tropes are used by McCluskey and others shows just how pervasive and unchallenged antisemitism is on the hard Left.’

And Euan Philipps, spokesman for Labour Against Antisemitism, added: ‘It is unsurprising but still shocking to hear one of the most senior figures in the British Labour movement seemingly reveal such a poisonous view.

‘Over the last four years Mr McCluskey has at times appeared to dismiss anti-Semitism in the Labour Party, describing it as ”mood music”, but this is the first time he has made such a seemingly anti-Semitic comment himself.

‘We hope the still to be published Equalities and Human Rights Commission into institutional antisemitism in the Labour Party will provide a framework for tackling this kind of anti-Jewish racism, and we look forward to Mr McCluskey’s forthcoming retirement as general secretary of the Unite union.’

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Scientists say children should exercise and sleep more for healthy bones

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The perfect recipe for a healthy bones in a child is a daily mixture of vigorous activity, time sitting still and up to 11 hours of sleep, a new study revealed.

Experts from the University of South Australia examined 804 children aged between 11 and 13 years old to work out the perfect ‘Goldilocks Day’ for bone health.

Physical activity is vital for bones health, the team said, so they set out to determine what could be changed or removed to increase activity levels in an average day.

Children should spend up to 90 minutes a day playing sports or running and 3.4 hours per day doing light activities such as walking or doing household chores.

The rest of the ‘ideal day’ is then made up of eight hours of sedentary time including reading, studying and going to school and 11 hours in bed asleep at night. 

The perfect recipe for a healthy bones in a child is a daily mixture of vigorous activity, time sitting still and up to 11 hours of sleep, a new study revealed

The perfect recipe for a healthy bones in a child is a daily mixture of vigorous activity, time sitting still and up to 11 hours of sleep, a new study revealed

Lead researcher, Dr Dot Dumuid says that the findings provide valuable insights for parents, caregivers and clinicians in planning the day to ensure healthy bones.

‘Children’s activities throughout the whole 24-hour day are important for their bone health, but until now, we haven’t known the perfect combination.’

Dumuid said higher levels of physical activity are good for bone health in children – but you ‘can’t increase exercise without impacting their other activities’.  

‘In this study, we looked at the interrelating factors of physical activity, sedentary time and sleep, finding an ideal combination that delivers the best daily balance.

‘The ‘Goldilocks Day’ tells us the durations of physical activity, sleep and sitting that are ‘just right’ for children’s optimal bone health.’

Understanding the best combination of activities for bone growth in younger children is important, as peak bone mass is achieved by age 18-20. 

‘Optimising bone health in children is a key protector against osteoporosis, the leading preventable cause of fracture in adults and a major public health problem with considerable economic and societal costs,’ said Dumuid. 

Osteoporosis is a major problem around the world, affecting up to 200 million people, including over 3 million in the UK – with 500,000 fractures each year as a result of the condition. 

Lead researcher, Dr Dot Dumuid says that the findings provide valuable insights for parents, caregivers and clinicians in planning the day to ensure healthy bones.

Lead researcher, Dr Dot Dumuid says that the findings provide valuable insights for parents, caregivers and clinicians in planning the day to ensure healthy bones.

In this study, participants were selected from the Child Health CheckPoint study within the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children. 

THE GOLDILOCKS DAY: THE PERFECT MIX FOR GOOD BONE HEALTH 

Vigorous physical activity: 1.5 hours of active movement including playing sports and running around 

Light physical activity: 3.4 hours of general movement including walking, doing chores or every day activities

Sedentary time: 8.2 hours of time spent sitting relatively still including studying, school or reading

Sleep time: 10.9 hours spent in bed at night recovering from the day

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Activity data was collected through accelerometer readings – worn all day for eight days – and supplemented by self-recorded logs for bed and wake times. 

Bone measures were recorded using peripheral QCT scans of the leg to identify bone density and geometric parameters in each of the participants.

Dr Dumuid says the study also highlights the importance of sleep, especially for boys, suggesting they get up to 11 hours every night.

‘We always talk about getting enough exercise to help build bones, but for children, it’s vital that they also get enough sleep,’ the researcher said.

‘Curiously, the study also showed that sleep is more important for boys’ bone health than for girls, with boys needing an extra 2.4 hours of sleep a day. 

‘However, boys tended to be at earlier stages of pubertal development than girls, causing us to speculate that the need for longer sleep is related to rapidly changing hormonal processes rather than gender.

‘By knowing the best balances and interrelations of sleep, exercise and rest, parents and caregivers can guide their child’s daily activities to put them in good stead for future bone health.’   

The findings have been published in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research

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