Natural DHT Inhibitors for Hair Loss and Baldness

Combining natural foods with dht blockers is the best way to regain the head of hair we once had. Eat food high in protein and iron, such as liver and red meats.

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Natural DHT Inhibitors for Hair Loss and Baldness

We’re going to cover natural DHT inhibitors that can improve hair loss and baldness. But before we do that, I want to quickly give a little background information about hair loss that you may not know.

Most hair loss can be attributed to what’s known as male-patterned androgenetic alopecia, or simply male pattern baldness. About 95% of hair loss cases in men are due to this condition. Scientists don’t fully understand the genetics behind male pattern balding yet, but there’s been plenty of research over the last decade to show a strong connection between hair loss and dihydrotestosterone, or DHT.

DHT is a derivative of testosterone and hair follicles can be very sensitive to it. What happens is the DHT prevents proteins, vitamins and minerals from getting to the follicles, so they start shrinking. Then, as the hair grows out and the follicles keep getting smaller, the hair gets thinner and thinner until it just stops coming out altogether. And it doesn’t just affect men. It can also cause female pattern baldness in women.

So, now that you know a little more about what’s probably causing your hair loss, let’s talk about some natural DHT inhibitors. First of all, there are DHT blocking foods that you should be getting plenty of. Soy, wheat germ, plant oils and almonds are believed to help stop the formation of DHT. Also, herbs such as saw palmetto, stinging nettle and rosemary have shown some promise in encouraging hair growth. These are just a few examples, but food alone hasn’t really been shown to inhibit DHT enough to allow hair to regrow.

That’s where we have to get a little creative and possibly spend a few bucks. Currently, there are only two drugs approved by the FDA to treat hair loss and unfortunately, many people don’t achieve the results with these products that they would like. And for others like myself, potential side effects and the idea of putting unnatural chemicals in or on their body just isn’t appealing.

With all the research I’ve done (and I’ve done A LOT), I’ve come to the conclusion that other than food, there are only a handful of natural DHT inhibitors I would be willing to try and those would be DHT blocker supplements. The best natural dht blocker I’ve found is called “Hair Growth Vitamins Plus DHT Blocker” by Zenwise Labs. There’s plenty of positive reviews by verified purchasers of this product and it contains natural vitamins and antioxidants. Plus, it contains Biotin, which is a vitamin B complex that stimulates hair growth and nourishes follicles.

The bottom line is that while I definitely believe that nature has given us the ingredients necessary to fight hair loss and male and female pattern baldness, I also think she needs a little extra help sometimes. So, if we consume foods and herbs packed with known DHT inhibitors, and then couple that with natural DHT blocker supplements, we increase our chances of getting the results we want.

Disclaimer: The information contained in this video and its description is not intended to be medical advice. All material contained in this video including any descriptions, text, or images is simply my personal opinion and should not be a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Please consult your doctor before taking any oral or topical prescription or nonprescription medicine, vitamins, supplements, or any other type of treatment, natural or otherwise, that may be mentioned here.

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