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Prince Harry has often joked about his brother William’s receding hairline.

However pictures in recent years show that he also seems to be experiencing early hair loss inherited from his father Prince Charles.

Now an insider has told MailOnline that the 32-year-old has super-strength omega-3 supplements made with herring caviar delivered to Kensington Palace, prompting speculation that he may be using them to counter his bald patch.

Experts believe adding these fatty acids to your diet not only improve health but can also help to prevent hair loss and even encourage locks to grow healthier, and at a faster rate.

Harry may have been inspired to try the supplements – which contain caviar oil sustainably extracted from the roe of herrings fished from the Norwegian fjords – while on a romantic trip with girlfriend Meghan Markle to the area earlier this year.  

Harry is understood to order Omega 3 MOPL Herring Caviar from Tom Oliver Nutrition, which contain three times as much DHA (300mg/g) and phospholipids as any other omega-3 supplement currently available on the market.

It is also combined with fish oils from anchovy and sardine caught off the coast of Peru and Chile, a well-recognised source of marine omega-3 triglycerides.

Fish oil contains essential omega-3 fatty acids are believed to stimulate skin, hair and follicle growth.

The most common cause of hair loss is androngenic alopecia, also known as male pattern baldness. It is caused by an androgen called dihydrotestosteron, which contributes to inflammation of the hair follicle.

Omega-3 fatty acids have a powerful antioxidants impact on reducing the damage free radicals cause to follicles and the inflammation that can contribute to hair loss.

Harry’s decision to take the fish oils could be down to glamorous actress Meghan’s healthy influence.

The Suits star is often pictured heading to yoga classes and often speaks of the importance of well-being.

Harry has reportedly been mocked by friends for waxing his chest since dating the Suits star last summer.

But the royal no doubt wants to keep the hair on his head as long as possible.

A strong family gene is the most significant factor in the onset of hair loss.

Harry once quipped that his older brother was ‘already bald aged 12’.

Prince William certainly started losing his hair in his early 20s and was noticeably bald by the time he was 25.

The process appears to have started a little later for Harry.

However, experts say he appears to have genetic male pattern baldness and predict he will shed much of his hair before he turns 50.

A staggering 50 per cent of men start losing their hair by the time they are 50.

England football captain Wayne Rooney and singer Robbie Williams are just two stars who have opted for the more drastic treatment of hair transplants to combat their thinning crowns.

Founder of Tom Oliver Nutrition, Tom Oliver, said: ‘Tom Oliver’s Herring Caviar capsules are a rich source of EPA and DHA and help support heart health, cardiovascular function, vision and normal brain function, as well as containing naturally occurring choline, which helps support fat metabolism.

‘An omega-3 supplement is an essential nutrient that should be consumed regularly.’

Hair loss can be an inevitable part of growing old. For many people suffering with the problem, genetics plays a big role.

However, nutritional and dietary factors can influence your overall health and the health of your skin, scalp and follicles.

Making sure you’re getting the right nutrients might not totally prevent hair loss, but you can make the hair you have healthier.

Fish oil contains essential omega-3 fatty acids are believed to stimulate skin, hair and follicle growth.

The most common cause of hair loss is androngenic alopecia, also known as male pattern baldness. It is caused by an androgen called dihydrotestosteron, which contributes to inflammation of the hair follicle.

Omega-3 fatty acids have a powerful antioxidants impact on reducing the damage free radicals cause to follicles and the inflammation that can contribute to hair loss.

Unfortunately, current research does not demonstrate that fish oil prevents hair loss. However, omega-3 fatty acids do enhance skin and scalp health, reducing scaling and dryness.

The University of Maryland Medical Center advises that you include antioxidants in your diet and consider using omega-3 supplements to help reduce symptoms of hair disorders.

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