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February 7, 2011

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As much as America’s fast food culture wishes life were a box of chocolates, the fact is strong, healthy hair requires more than most vending machines and drive thru’s can offer.  Unfortunately, excessive weight isn’t the only thing poor eating habits can cause: thin hair, susceptible to the damaging effects of DHT is just as likely.  If you are experiencing hair loss your diet can play a profound role in reversing this condition.  By using the medicinal, healing properties of the food your body can defend itself against balding and hair loss.  With a diet rich in vitamins, proteins, minerals, essential fatty acids, and trace elements, your hair will be more capable to withstand the bi-product of testosterone: DHT (the main culprit in male and female pattern baldness).

Studies have shown that diets rich with animal fats cause excessive amounts of testosterone to be released into the blood stream.  Similarly, people who ate diets low in fat had significantly less testosterone released in their system.  High levels of testosterone directly affect the amount of hair loss a person experiences.

In a frequently noted study, researcher Masui Inaba documented his findings in a report illustrating this phenomenon in action.  The study observed higher incidents of hair loss among Japanese men who ate Westernized diets (i.e. far more red meat than their peers).  With more animal fat in their diets, Inaba illustrated that the dramatic increase led to an increased incidence of hair loss.  His research indicated that higher levels of fat cause oil glands in the hair follicle to grow, thereby producing more DHT and more damage to hair follicles.  From a molecular point of view, baldness is seen as a hormonal imbalance.  It is widely accepted that the hormone DHT (Dihydrotestosterone), the bi-product in the breakdown of testosterone, is the principal factor in hair loss. As a result, compounds capable of lowering DHT levels are viewed as having a beneficial effect in the treatment of baldness, including dietary restrictions that aid in reducing the effects of DHT.

Many individuals have reported that changing their diet has resulted in helping to control hair loss, especially when it was done in combination with a product that limit the production of  testosterone DHT.

1) Steering clear of the Western diet is one of the best ways to avoid and defend against baldness.  By introducing low-fat protein sources, such as non-fatty fish, chicken, turkey, and soy products as well as complex carbohydrates from fruits, vegetables, and beans, into a diet rich in fatty acids can be effective in helping control hair loss.  By utilizing a healthy diet in tandem with drug and herbal therapies, individuals can greatly increase the odds of their success.

2) Eat sizeable portions of fruits, vegetables, and beans.  Don’t emphasize potatoes, pasta, and bread.  These foods quickly turn to glucose, spinning insulin levels out of control as blood sugar levels rise rapidly and fall just as quickly.  This compromises the body’s ability to regulate hormone levels in the blood.  Such foods should be kept to a minimum.

3) Likewise, caffeine, nicotine, alcohol, and sugar, affect the body with a similar effects on the blood.  These stimulants steal nutrients from the body while passing through the system, disturbing blood-sugar and hormone levels.  Adrenal glands are adversely affected.  Significant use of stimulants disturb and deplete the glands, which in turn affects the level of nutrients in the blood stream and eventually levels of hair damaging DHT.

4) By eating five to six smaller sized meals a day; the body will be able to maintain proper hormone levels, thereby providing hair with the nutrients needed for hair growth and maintenance.

5) It is best to avoid processed or refined foods.  Natural and organic foods are digested and utilized by the body in a more even fashion, allowing for better regulated hormone and blood-sugar levels.  Refined grains lack the best source of  vitamin B, an important building block in hair growth.  This deficit is further exacerbated by the lack of green leafy vegetables in the American diet.

What Americans need to understand is that people in Mexico, India, China, and Japan have beautiful, strong hair well into old age.  A huge difference in diet is the amount of protein they eat.  Compared to the average American, protein intake is extremely low.  The habits of the people in such countries show a variety of foods rich in nutritious vitamins and minerals required for strong, healthy hair growth.  The Chinese diet is complete with an emphasis on vegetables, seafood, rice, and soybeans.  Their diet is rich in fatty acids that are essential for healthy hair.  The Japanese include large amounts of seaweed rich with Iodine, a crucial nutrient in the production of strong hair.  The diets in India and Mexico are replete with beans and rice, as well as leafy green vegetables and a wide variety of fruit.  It should go without saying, but in terms of hair care, you are what you eat.

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Saw Palmetto – Herbal DHT Blocker
This is probably the best known natural dht blocker. Studies have shown that saw palmetto is an effective anti-androgen. It acts in a similar way that propecia does. Firstly it lowers levels of DHT in the body by blocking 5 alpha-reductase. Secondly Saw Palmetto block receptor sites on cell membranes required for cells to absorb DHT.

Studies have been performed on the use of Saw palmetto in the treatment of benign prostatic disease which similarly to Androgenetic alopecia also depends on the production of dihydrotestosterone. All of the studies that have been performed to date show that Saw palmetto is an effective antiandrogen and has shown conclusively to be effective in the treatment of benign prostratic disease.

One may assume from this that since Saw palmetto is an effective antiandrogen and is used in the treatment of prostatic disease then it may also be effective in the treatment of Androgenetic alopecia. Saw palmetto is a potent herbal dht blocker.

The vast majority of people taking Saw palmetto have no apparent adverse side effects. It is tolerated very well and this has been confirmed during clinical investigations using Saw palmetto to treat begign prostate hyperplasia. Minor side effects can include stomach irritation and feelings of indigestion. In part, these side effects can be avoided by not taking Saw palmetto on an empty stomach.

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Pygeum- Herbal DHT Blocker
The active constituents of Pygeum extract include phytosterols that inhibit the production of dht. Pygeum also has ingredients that reduce prolacting levels and block the accumulation of cholesterol in the prostate. Prolactin is believed to increase the uptake of testosterone by the prostate, and cholesterol increases binding sites for dht. Pygeum basically reduces the levels of DHT in the blood and reduces the number of sites where the dht can attach. This includes reducing the number of hair follicles where dht would bind. When combined with Saw Palmetto it seems to have a truly synergetic effect on the prevention of hair loss.

Products Containing Pygeum

Nettles – Herbal DHT Blocker
Clinical studies have confirmed stinging nettle’s benefit to men in reducing symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (a noncancerous enlargement of the prostate gland). A concentrated root extract of nettle is sometimes combined with saw palmetto (Serenoa repens) and the bark of the pygeum evergreen tree (Pygeum africanum) to treat the early stages of the disease. The herbal combination helps to increase the urinary volume and maximize the rate of urine flow. German research suggests that active ingredients in the nettle root may reduce prostate swelling. Again, since androgenetic alopecia is caused by the same factors (DHT) as prostatic hyperplasia. Therefore this combination of ingredients is also extremelly effective in warding off hair loss.

Products Containing Nettles

Pumpkin Seed OilDHT Natural Remedy
Have been demonstrated to inhibit DHT formation through the inhibitory effect on 5-alpha-reductase activity. Inhibition of DHT formation is also known to be beneficial for hair growth if you are experiencing age-related hair loss. Pumpkin seed oil breaks down dht via the liver.

Green Tea – Herbal DHT Blocker
Green Tea is an extremely powerful anti-oxidant. It also reduces dht and cholesterol. It is believed that drinking the tea or taking a pill extract can stop hair loss and facilitate re-growth. Green tea contains flavonols and catechins, substances that have been found to have significant antioxidant, antitumor, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties.

How Green Tea helps agains hair loss

  • Reduces dht and cholesterol
  • Anti-aging due to its powerful anti-oxidant properties.
  • Promotes hair growth and health.

Additional benefits that Green Tea may provide

  • Prevents heart disease
  • Promotes weight-loss
  • Cancer Protection
  • Increased Fertility

Emu Oil DHT Blocker
Research has shown that emu oil contains a high level of linolenic acid which further research has shown to be an efficient antiandrogen. Linolenic acid is a potent 5 alpha reductase inhibitor and may be usefull in the treatment of disorders related to the hormone Dihydrotestosterone. Linolenic Acid has been suggested to be of use in the disorders such as benign prostratic hyperplasma, acne androgenetic alopecia and hirsuitism.

So in summary, it is now believed that emu oil may not only halt hairloss by blocking dht, but it may actually promote regrowth. The oil is non-greasy at it can be applied directly to the scalp at night.

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How Emu oil stops hair loss

Soy Isoflavones Natural DHT Remedies
In the case of hair loss, Soy Isoflavones are useful because they seem to regulate bad cholesterol. The reduction of overall cholesterol is important because cholesterol can produce the enzyme 5 alpha reductase which then turns testosterone into dht. Therefore, isoflavones have dht blocking properties.

Soy has been shown to provide many health benefits including bone maintenance, hormonal regulation in women (especially during menopause) and nutritional support for cardiovascular health and prostate health.

This is a particularly good dht blocker for women since it offers other advantages like reducing the risk of breast and uterine cancer. They also offer protection from osteoporosis. Finally, there is also evidence that soy may provide an easier transition into post-menopausal years for women.

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Beta Sitosterols-Natural DHT Remedies
Contains a mixture of phytersterols. Phytersterols (sterols) have anti-androgenic properties. This is the substance that is able to block DHT. Beta Sitosterols acutally contains more sterols than saw palmeto. In addition, Beta Sitosterols also lower cholesterol levels which also inhibit the production of DHT. Therefore it is a very powerful DHT blocker and since it is a completely natural product, it does not have any adverse side effects.

In severals studies, Beta Sitosterols have been proven as effective as many drugs in treating prostate problems. Since these prostate problems are also caused by DHT, it is easy to see that Beta Sitosterols can be a powerful weapon in warding off hair loss.

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L-Lysine
While L-Lysine is NOT a DHT blocker. It may make dht blockers more effective. Researchers have found that adding a supplementation of L-Lysine can make drugs like propecia more effective. Since propecia is a DHT inhibitor, as all the natural products mentioned in this page. The addition of a L-Lysine supplement can make these products also more effective. Studies has shown that L-Lysine combined with a DHT inhibitor can promote hair growth in people suffering from androgenetic alopecia.

Learn more about L-Lysine and hair loss

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9 Comments leave one →
  1. March 20, 2011 3:30 am

    Hello,

    I visited your site, and I LOVE that you have a website that talks about Male Pattern Baldness.

    I wrote up a free report entitled “Male Pattern Baldness: Hair Loss Help” that I’d love for you to put up on your site with my compliments. If you would like to receive the report, you can email me at instacashproject+treatmpb @gmail.com.

    You are free to distribute the report as you wish, just please do not modify the content in any way. And if you do put it up on your site, if you could please include a link or credits back to
    me at http://treatmalepatternbaldness.com/.

    Could you let me know what you think?

    Thanks so much and take care,
    Michaela

  2. Casey Westler permalink
    November 18, 2012 7:34 am

    Saw Palmetto is regarded as a natural anti-androgen since it is shown to reduce baldness in males. ;

  3. Jim permalink
    December 3, 2012 12:07 am

    I drink green tea all my life but still suffer from hair-loss , I also tried saw palmeto for long time but also no results.
    Now trying pumkin seeds.

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  5. Milagros Heitland permalink
    March 21, 2013 10:04 pm

    Lysine, or L-lysine, is an essential amino acid. That means it is necessary for human health, but the body can’t manufacture it. You have to get lysine from food or supplements. Amino acids like lysine are the building blocks of protein. Lysine is important for proper growth, and it plays an essential role in the production of carnitine, a nutrient responsible for converting fatty acids into energy and helping to lower cholesterol. Lysine appears to help the body absorb calcium, and it plays an important role in the formation of collagen, a substance important for bones and connective tissues including skin, tendon, and cartilage..

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