This May Be Your
Best Chance Of
Reversing Hair Loss

It's 2017... and there are simply no good hair loss solutions out there.

Furthermore, it's clear that the big hair loss miracle -- genetic engineering -- won't happen anytime in the near future.

So is there nothing you can do? Just watch as your hair grows thinner and thinner ... and you look older and less attractive by the day?

Not at all!

That's because scientific researchers at several universities have made an “unusual” hair loss discovery in the last few years. 

Although you won’t hear about it in the mainstream media... or from any doctor.

​It involves the science of "epigenetics".

Scary-sounding word, but the basic idea is quite simple: You can change the way your body behaves with environmental triggers.

Like, for example, a certain plant or food. Or combination of foods.​

It's fascinating stuff, really.​

Let's back up a minute though, and look at the existing options for hair loss victims...

Minoxidil

The first hair loss 'drug' on the market, it comes in liquid or foam form. It’s a chemical concoction, full of alcohol and propylene glycol. No natural ingredients at all.

Therefore, it causes itchy, irritated, flaking scalp problems in many users. Causing a large percentage to stop using it altogether.

It also isn't intended for frontal hairline loss... it's for male pattern baldness, hair loss on the crown of your head.

And, you need to apply it twice daily. Not exactly ideal going to work with that stuff in your hair.

But most disappointing is that it's only "mildly effective" in 39% of men... Meaning, it doesn’t work for 61% of men. At all.

Likewise with women, it's only mildly effective in a minority, with the same drawbacks.​

Finasteride

Finasteride is the only other hair loss drug, but it’s an oral instead of a topical medication.

It's for men only.​

In reality, it had a very modest effect in the original studies -- a mere 2% improvement over baseline. The FDA considered that to be enough at the time to grant it approval.

But, it now appears the original studies were even less impressive than that.

A 2015 meta analysis found the original studies were of poor quality. They provided limited information on toxicity, and systematically ignored negative data.

Many study participants also dropped out, which further biased the results. That's because the people most likely to drop out were the ones not seeing any results, leaving only the best responders.

In terms of safety, the drug has been linked to problems with:

  • Decreased libido
  • Decreased volume of ejaculate
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Impotence
  • Testicular pain
  • Male breast enlargement
  • Increased risk of male breast cancer, and...
  • Aggressive, high-grade prostate cancer

Nearly 1400 lawsuits in US courts in 2016 claimed persistent sexual side effects after stopping treatment with Propecia, the brand name of finasteride.

In women, finasteride was clinically tested, and the results were no better than placebo. It’s also not approved for use in women due to the risks of birth defects in a fetus.

Hair Transplant Surgery

What about hair transplant surgery?

Well, it costs from $4000 to $15000. And, of course, it’s not covered by insurance.

It’s true some of the newer techniques are an improvement over the past. But, it’s still surgery. Stitching single hair follicles onto your head. Or entire strips of skin from the back of your head.

The risks include bleeding and infection ... scarring ... and unnatural-looking new hair growth.

After the operation it's possible to develop something called "shock loss", sudden loss of the original hair in the area where you had the transplant.

Then, it takes 6 to 9 months to really see how the new hair is growing out.

There’s also a good chance you'd have to go back for additional operations in the future if your natural hair loss continued. Men can continue losing hair into their 60s, and women even later.

Many patients have to go back for corrective procedures years later. Either because the results just don't look natural -- or, as often happens, they continued losing hair so they ended up with a pluggy or "cornfield" look. Little hair-plug islands surrounded by bald scalp.

Or, even worse, a full frontal hairline, but thin and balding behind.

Shave your head if you're a man?

The old “I’ll just shave my head” is a poor solution for most men.

The fact is, most men's heads are not very nicely shaped. They're lumpy, they have scars ... pimples ... there’s bad contrast between white skin and dark hair ... etc.

Furthermore, who wants to have to shave their head every day on top of everything else you have to do?

What about vitamins and minerals?

There's no evidence that any vitamin or mineral can promote hair growth, let alone stop genetic hair loss.

Unless you have a major deficiency in a vitamin or mineral, taking large amounts won’t help. In fact, if you have a vitamin deficiency bad enough to cause hair loss, you probably have bigger health problems to worry about.

Other than a few vitamins like B12 or D -- that may be lacking because of our modern lifestyles -- major deficiencies are rare in the western world. Many foods are fortified with vitamins and minerals to prevent this.

Perhaps if you ate a terrible diet you might have a deficiency...

In that case though, the answer would to improve your diet, because a vitamin pill can't solve all the problems a bad diet will cause.

Biotin, for example, is one of the most popular supplements people take for healthy hair. Yet there is absolutely no research to support its usefulness in hair loss or thinning.

Biotin deficiency rarely -- if ever -- occurs in healthy people who consume a regular diet. The daily requirement for biotin is actually quite low. Almost all foods contain significant amounts of biotin, and many widely consumed foods are rich in biotin.

In fact, taking certain vitamins or minerals in supplement form has been linked to an increased risk of disease, including cancer. This includes synthetic Vitamin A, beta-Carotene and folic acid.

Your body requires a delicate balance of vitamins and minerals. Stuffing it full of more than it needs will do more harm than good.

Do Hair Loss Shampoos Work?

What about hair loss shampoos?

The basic problem is that a shampoo is not strong enough. It would need to get the active ingredient(s) in the shampoo deep under the surface of the skin. ... Where they need to go to do their job.

The skin is designed to keep foreign chemicals out of the body. That’s one of its primary functions. If it didn’t we’d be in big trouble.

Shampoos, even if they contained the right ingredients, probably wouldn’t have them in a high enough concentration ...

But even worse, they would not stay on the scalp long enough to actually penetrate through.

Washing your hair for 30 seconds a day, in other words, is not nearly enough to stop the powerful forces causing hair loss.

The forces causing hair loss are actually way below the surface of the skin.​

So what can you do then?

Does that mean there’s nothing you can do?

No. There's a lot you can do actually.

Because the one thing that’s clear ... is that hair loss is largely driven by hormones. More specifically, a hormone imbalance.

Men and women have both androgens (like testosterone) and estrogens in their bodies ... just in very different amounts.

As men age, their bodies increasingly convert testosterone to DHT, which upsets the hormonal balance. DHT attacks and causes gradual shrinking of the hair follicles.

In women, the delicate balance between estrogens and androgens can become upset… … Causing hair loss and thinning just as in men. Increased levels of DHT along with lower levels of estrogen are bad news for women’s hair.

It doesn’t even need to be a dramatic change -- hormones work in the body in tiny amounts, and even a slight change in the balance can have big effects.

There may be a few other factors involved in individual hair loss as well.… But they can usually be dealt with, and are rarely as important as the hormone issue.

Nature's Hair Loss Hack

So the obvious question is: Can you reverse this hormonal imbalance, so you stop the process that’s causing hair loss?

... Naturally of course. Without any dangerous drugs or chemicals.

So future hair loss can be stopped. And some of the lost hair can grow back from follicles that are no longer under constant attack.

Surprisingly, the answer is yes.

Results of new "natural hair growth method" after 4 months. Picture on the left was after 6 years on Propecia. Picture on the right was after 4 months of new method.

The solution is not obvious. And it comes from some research studies only done in the last few years.

Part of the reason you've never heard of this is because it's based on the principle of "plant synergies"​.

Scientists have discovered that in nature, 1 + 1 does not always equal 2. Sometimes it equals 3, or 4.

In other words, the strength of the effect is more than the sum of its parts. And 2 things together can have an effect that neither has on its own.

Amazing but true. Nature works in mysterious ways sometimes.​

Many people suffering from hair loss need this vital information. They need a new option for reversing the relentless process of hair loss. 

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