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Take 3 Minutes Right Now To Learn Some Powerful Tips That Athletes And Bodybuilders Can Use When It Comes To

Testosterone Hair Loss

- It Could Literally Save Your Hair...
Take 3 minutes to learn how you can save your hair!

Take 3 minutes to learn how you can save your hair!

Research on hair loss (which had baffled scientists for decades) is now quite advanced and has shown that the number one cause of hair loss in men is a condition known as Androgenic Alopecia (ie. hair loss caused by high level of certain "male hormones")

New research has also shown two additional factors believed to be making the problem worse. They are:

  • Inflammation within in the body (most likely an allergy or intolerance to a certain food or foods)
  • Pollution - the modern chemicals and pollutants which are a part of our modern world and seem to be getting into our bodies more and more

Take The
30 Second Hair Test Clock


Are you concerned about hair loss or thinning hair?

Yes No

Tried other products for thinning hair, without any result?

Yes No

What do you think could be the major contributin factor(s) causing your hair loss?

Poor hair hygiene Excessive stress Family gene Testosterone boosting supplments Lack of exercise Performance enhancing drugs Poor circulation Clogged follicles Smoking Improper nutrition Build up of DHT Poor health


Do you experience hair loss in the shower, on your pillow or on your brush?

In the shower On your pillow On your comb/brush

In addition to thinning hair do you experience any of the following scalp or hair conditions?

Dry scalp & dandruff Itchy scalp & psoriasis Dry hair & damaged Sensitive scalp

Does hair loss affect your self-esteem?

Yes No

Does anyone in your family suffer from hair loss?

Yes No

Do you think it's all genetics and there is nothing you can do?

Yes No

So, in order to minimize our chances of thinning hair we need to do 3 things (all of which I am going to give you tips on):

  • 1Get a handle on this Androgenic Alopecia (aka Testosterone Hair Loss)
  • 2Remove causes of inflammation in the body
  • 3Avoid exposing our bodies to chemicals as much as possible

Let's to through these one at a time and I will give you some great tips for dealing with each.

Hair Loss Factor Number 1:
Androgenic Alopecia -

Testosterone Hair Loss

Testosterone helps to gain muscle but if you're not careful it can convert to DHT...which can kill your hair!

Testosterone helps to gain muscle but if you're not careful it can convert to DHT...which can kill your hair!

For years now, researchers believed Androgenic Alopecia was caused by male hormone, testosterone (present in females too but in smaller amounts).

While testosterone is involved in balding, another hormone known as DHT is now believed to be the true culprit.

DHT (full name Dihydrotestosterone) is a byproduct of testosterone and is to be considered public enemy number 1 when it comes to your hair.

DHT can shrink hair your follicles, which will make it near impossible for strong, healthy hair to grow or survive.

The problem that we have as athletes and bodybuilders is that we live lifestyles and often take supplements which can raise testosterone.

A recent study has shown that even CREATINE (the most popular and effective muscle building supplement) increases DHT levels significantly (56% after 7 days use!)

Increased testosterone is generally a good thing because it helps us to build muscle and strength and lose bodyfat...


... increased testosterone can also lead to higher levels of DHT in our bodies.

(Of course, a smart training regimen and healthy nutrition program are great ways keep your body healthy and strong and minimize your chances of losing your hair but there is more you can do.)

Because DHT is implicated in hair loss, many hair restoration drugs claim to lower or even completely block DHT in the body.

In fact, there are only two drugs currently approved by the FDA to fight Androgenic Alopecia. They are minoxidil (ROGAINE®) and finasteride (Propecia®).

The big problem with both of these drugs is that I and other users have experienced unwanted side effects.

Minoxidil (ROGAINE®) is a topical treatment which causes some users to report blurred vision.

The second treatment, finasteride (Propecia®), is a drug which blocks DHT throughout the whole body. The serious problem with this is that DHT plays a significant role in muscle mass, strength, sex drive and sexual function ... so blocking DHT throughout the whole body isnt too smart (what's the point of being in shape, if you're sexually impaired?! - doesnt that defeat the whole purpose ;)

"So all I need is a simple safe way to target DHT on your scalp only to get a handle on

testosterone hair loss

without unwanted side effects?

But how do you do this?

Here's where the story gets interesting.

A compound known as Polysorbate 80 was first popularized in the best selling book Life Extension: A Scientific Approach.

Polysorbate 80 is a very simple and completely safe food additive.

In the book the authors stated using Polysorbate 80 in studies had resulted in a 60% average hair regrowth - WOW! And this was after only 6 months of use!

There are two theories as to how Polysorbate 80 works:

First, as a cleanser (deep cleaning), surfactant (lowers the surface tension of a liquid), and emulsifier (stabilizer and thickening agent) it helps clear the hair follicle of DHT - this is good.

Second, it is known to trigger a histamine release, this will increase blood flow and nutrients to the hair follicle - also good.

So why is everyone not using this???



Sales of hair loss treatments generate tens of millions of dollars annually and to have something cost-effective and freely-available threatens that.

In fact, it is so controversial that it went to trial in 1992. Despite over a hundred witnesses willing to testify that Polysorbate 80 produces excellent results for them, the outcome was it became illegal to claim Polysorbate 80 aided in hair regrowth.

"So all I need to do is get some polysorbate 80???"

Not quite! There's more you need to know first....

Testosterone Hair Loss

Factor Number 2:
Diet and inflammation
Yes! What you eat and drink can impact your hair!!

Yes! What you eat and drink can impact your hair!

If you are an athlete or bodybuilder, you already know that "clean" foods are essential to health and success in our sports.

Not only that but a diet which is as natural and organic as possible will help us improve our bodies and sports performance AND give us a better chance of keeping our hair.

If you are worried about thinning hair you need to get a handle on the systemic chronic inflammation which many people have hidden in their bodies, as a result of eating foods their bodies do not tolerate well. We all know that chronic inflammation is a factor in many serious disorders but not many people do not know it is also a factor in hair loss.

Research has shown that any thinning hair treatment needs to address inflammation to be effective. Addressing inflammation will not only improve your health but will be another checkmark on your side when it comes fighting hair loss. Increase your consumption of anti-oxidants such as a high quality fish oil and try removing or at least reducing these foods from your diet:

  • Wheat / gluten (which has been shown to cause inflammation in many people)
  • Dairy products (which has been shown to cause inflammation in many people)
  • Alcohol (which seems to increase DHT levels even further)

I'm not telling you to live like a saint but you'll probably feel better AND get a little leaner :-)

In addition, some people report improved hair health when they stick closely to an organic diet avoiding modern processed foods and eat more grass-fed meat, fruit, fish and vegetables.

It goes without saying what you eat will affect how well your hair grows.

All vitamins and minerals will have an impact on your body, but when it comes to hair growth there is one superstar, biotin.

Biotin to support healthy, strong hair

Biotin is a B vitamin and is often referred to as the "go to" vitamin for hair growth. Biotin is found in many found including swiss chard, nuts, chicken eggs*, berries, halibut and vegetables.

A diet high in egg whites may actually cause a biotin deficiency!

You read that right...egg whites, the high protein, low fat staple of any athlete or bodybuilder could actually cause a biotin deficiency!

This is no joke, avidin is a glyco-protein that is found in egg whites that binds very specifically to biotin especially if you are eating raw egg whites. Personally I take no chances and have been taking a biotin supplement for years.

Testosterone Hair Loss

Factor Number 3:
Pollution / Chemicals
Is your current shampoo contributing to thinning hair?

Is your current shampoo contributing to thinning hair?

Hair loss seems to be on the increase in recent years and as I mentioned above, one factor which is often implicated is pollution in our environment, our homes and our foods.

As a bodybuilder worried about hair loss myself I researched all of these issues in great detail.

After doing a ton of research and learning from many experts, I realized something that really worried me...

I've always been sure to keep my hair clean by washing it regularly but I now realize that what I was doing may have actually have been damaging my hair!!!

This is what I learned:

Most shampoos include some potentially toxic ingredients that would never be allowed in your food but for some reason it's OK to be applied to your skin?! (what you put on your skin get absorbed into your body)

What you put on your skin gets absorbed into your body... So don't put anything on your skin that you wouldn't eat

Next time you're shopping take a look at the ingredients list on your shampoo and conditioner bottles and check if any 4 of these potentially toxic chemicals as present...

  • Chemical Ingredient: Sodium Lauryl Sulfate. A chemical used to make your shampoo all foamy. However, it can be an irritant to the skin and eyes. In fact, a US EPA study showed that in higher concentrations it can cause severe irritation and hair loss - you read that right, hair loss, nice. Be aware SLS can be listed many ways: ammonium-laurel-sulfate, Aquarex-ME, sodium-dodecylsulfate, sodium-lauryl-sulfate, sodium-laureth-sulfate, A12-00356, Akyposal-SDS, Aquarex-methyl, sulfuric-acid, sodium-salt-sulfuric-acid.
  • Chemical Ingredient: Dioxine. This is a known carcinogen (has the potential to cause cancer). In fact, since 1985 the FDA has had voluntary regulations to limit the concentration of dioxane in personal beauty/care products. I'm sorry but I'd prefer NO amounts of a known carcinogen, not small amounts.
  • Chemical Ingredient: DEA or Diethanolamine. DEA can react with contaminants and/or nitrate preservatives to form NDEA...another known carcinogen.
  • Chemical Ingredient: Propylene Glycol. If you're a gear head you probably recognize this from your car's antifreeze. Despite it's chemical handling safety sheet listing it as a skin irritant it's used in shampoos and deodorants.

Now, I don't want you to freak out and think your shampoo is killing you, that's not my goal. I just want you to be a more informed consumer. These are very important pieces of information for anyone who wants to have strong healthy hair.

Ensure your shampoo is giving your hair every possible advantage:

  • Make sure it is free from potentially toxic chemicals: sodium lauryl sulfate, dioxane, DEA, propylene glycol
  • Contains Polysorbate 80 to target DHT
  • Contains Biotin to nourish your hair
  • Contains Panthenol (Provitamin B5) to thicken your hair
  • Will not strip away your hairs natural oils
  • Contains Jojoba Oil for natural cleansing
  • Is ph balanced

The problem is that I had a very difficult time finding a shampoo which (a) did NOT contain harsh chemical compounds and (b) DOES contain Polysorbate 80 and Biotin (HERE is a good shampoo that I recommend).

9 Tips
To Help You See More Hair:

  • 1Wash your hair often with a shampoo that targets DHT. Ideally once a day - this will keep the hair follicle free of DHT, oils and other debris
  • 2Brush before you wash. Brushing your hair first will loosen dandruff flakes and dirt which promotes stronger hair health
  • 3Hair is weakest when it's wet. To prevent the hair shaft from breaking pat your hair dry (or even better air dry), do not rub and use a broad tooth comb not a brush
  • 4Carefully dry. High heat from the hairdryer can damage the hair follicle
  • 5Massage, massage and more massage. Stimulate your scalp 1-3 times a day with a few minutes of gentle scalp massage or gentle brushing to encourage healthy blood flow (just like your muscles)
  • 6Keep your bodyfat levels low - there seems to be a strong correlation between higher bodyfat levels and hair loss
  • 7Minimize alcohol consumption - alcohol can raise DHT
  • 8Eat a diet which is as healthy, natural, organic and "caveman" as possible avoiding common allergens like wheat and dairy products making sure to get enough protein, biotin and selenium
  • 9Use a shampoo which does NOT contain harsh industrial solvents like Sodium Lauryl Sulfate but DOES contain Polysorbate 80, Biotin and Pro-vitamin B5 and the many fruit, plant and herb extracts which can be so beneficial for supporting the health of your scalp and hair (like this one)

Start Today For Thicker Hair Tomorrow!

Listen, there is no one magic bullet that will guarantee a full head of hair but if you use a smart thinning hair prevention program every day (like the tips we've listed here) you will significantly increase the likelihood of healthy, full hair.

Don't delay starting your thinning hair prevention program. Even if your hair is thick and shiny now it's much easier to prevent the problem than cure it.

Start Now And Don't Stop...Ever.

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