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Re: Your only hair loss options :

Post  NotThatPerfect on Sun Sep 27, 2015 8:33 am

What do you think about the famous GAPS diet, lots of meat and eggs and stuff in there, yet thought to be the ultimate diet to repair your gut. Thanks.

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Re: Your only hair loss options :

Post  Xenon on Mon Sep 28, 2015 1:28 am

CausticSymmetry wrote:
Xenon wrote:
iuyyighghghgkh wrote:any food that supports a stable body temperature is good

prolactin level of 6, ng/mL.

From experience, eating too much heated food (including spicy stuff) causes an unstable body temperature. The same applies for too many hot drinks. Upon drastically reducing hot food and drink, my temperature immediately stabilized, I stopped getting hot flashes and inflammation to my temples. Each time you have piping hot food / drink, the inside of the mouth heats up and this heat then heats up the temples and the core. Too much of this inevitably leads to heat stress within the said tissues, hence the sweating response thereafter.
Going back about 10 years ago when I posted this:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1602392/

It probably explains the heat.

Cheers, man, very interesting read. I remember you telling me about a period in which capsaicin caused your hair to shed very badly. I, too, have experienced this several times in the past.

What I also found interesting from the study, was, the following also activates the TRPV1 receptor:  "TRPV1 ligand, this receptor can also be activated and/or sensitized by endogenous endovanilloids such as heat, acidosis, arachidonic acid derivatives, lipid peroxidation metabolites, and endocannabinoids (such as anandamide),"

Lipid peroxidation, i.e., squalene peroxide in sebum.

"Further support to the lipid peroxidation hypothesis would come from University of California, Davis, scientist Alloys L. Tappel, who reported in 1975 that lipid peroxidation is evident in acne, and that localized free radical damage and peroxides might be involved in initiating the damaging inflammatory reactions [20]. Following this, other investigators reported that components of sebum, particularly squalene, show enhanced comedogenicity when oxidized [21]. Indeed, squalene was reported to be highly sensitive to oxidation and researchers reported that both squalene and its oxidized metabolites are found at much higher levels in acne vs. healthy controls"

http://www.lipidworld.com/content/9/1/141

^^Without doubt, squalene peroxide must be inflaming the root of the follicle because I have experienced shedding from not washing my hair within a matter of two weeks.
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Re: Your only hair loss options :

Post  Xenon on Tue Sep 29, 2015 12:37 am

bogv51 wrote:
sanderson wrote:iuyyighghghgkh how important do you think is the calcium to phosphorus ratio in the diet? i think this plays actually a massive huge part of hair loss. my loss started when i know i had massively more phosphorus than calcium. i noticed a turning point in my peat diet when my calcium was clearly higher than my phosphorus. i don't know how it plays a part through relation to thyroid and calcification.. but it does play a part.

When I was bulking up and eating 2+ lb of chicken breast a day and no calcium intake at all, that's when I went through as big shed. I'm bulking up right now on Peat and I'm not shedding any hair at all,  my phosphorus ratio to calcium is 2:1, sometimes 3:1

^^I second this. Good carbohydrate sources keep inflammation at bay, whereas ketosis promoting diets cause severe vertex inflammation and shedding. If continued, diffuse thinning occurs throughout the scalp. I think the main problem with such diets is acidosis. The study CS posted said that the TRPV1 receptor is also activated via acidosis.

Edited: I'm forcing myself to eat more food, but it's very difficult because my gut has shrunk due to eating so little for so long. I previously would graze on around no more than 700 calories per day, so anything beyond that makes me feel both bloated and nauseous.
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Re: Your only hair loss options :

Post  bov51 on Tue Oct 06, 2015 6:04 pm

iuyyighghghgkh wrote:nfkb   - taurine. also aspirin inhibits nfkb  
TGFB1 - taurine
pgd2   -   aspirin blocks pgd2 by 86%
parathyroid hormone - vitamin D, calcium, avoid phosphate from meat/grains/seeds
prolactin  - Bromocriptine, prescription needed though , (2.5 mg)

increase :

pregnenelone
dhea
progesterone

with saturated fat, b6,

Aspirin reduces both pgd2 and pge2 according to this http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3319975/
"This model predicts then that efforts to reverse alopecia should optimally focus on both enhancing PGE2 and inhibiting PGD2 signaling. This model also explains why agents such as aspirin, which inhibit upstream prostaglandin synthesis enzymes (PTGS1 and PTGS2), have minimal effects on hair growth because of likely equally decreased production of PGE2 and PGD2."

Maybe replace aspirin with vitamin e? Doesn't vitamin e help reduce pgd2 along with eating low pufa diet? How do we go by increasing pge2 tho?


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Re: Your only hair loss options :

Post  Biffy on Tue Oct 06, 2015 8:43 pm

CS suggested that you can raise PGE2 with Vitamin A (and co-factors). And ofkors you can raise fake PGE2 with oral and topical Castor oil.

Yes, Aspirin is useless for hair loss.

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Post  Hole on Tue Oct 06, 2015 10:17 pm

Resveratrol is apparently a very strong suppressor of PGD2, but also reduces PGE2.

What do you think about taking Resveratrol and then supplementing with vitamine A and topical castor oil to counter act the reduction of PGE2?


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Post  bov51 on Wed Oct 07, 2015 3:24 am

Hole wrote:Resveratrol is apparently a very strong suppressor of PGD2, but also reduces PGE2.

What do you think about taking Resveratrol and then supplementing with vitamine A and topical castor oil to counter act the reduction of PGE2?


Iono but I'm ordering castor oil right now lol

I love vitamin a oil, my face is flawless because of it.

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Post  bov51 on Wed Oct 07, 2015 3:33 am

Biffy wrote:CS suggested that you can raise PGE2 with Vitamin A (and co-factors). And ofkors you can raise fake PGE2 with oral and topical Castor oil.

Yes, Aspirin is useless for hair loss.

there must be something out there that will activate all four pge2 receptors. Time to do some digging.

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Post  Hole on Wed Oct 07, 2015 3:40 am

bogv51 wrote:There must be something out there that will activate all four pge2 receptors. Time to do some digging.

It seems to go all natural is going to be quite a challenge here. For all the studies I've been reading almost all the products that CS cites as possible suppressors of PGD2 also deplete PGE2. Rolling Eyes

I think you are using Sage topical. If I remember good this topical was: green tea, coconut oil, castor oil, olive oil and coriander. I do wonder if coriander as any effect on D2 or E2.

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Re: Your only hair loss options :

Post  iuyyighghghgkh on Wed Oct 07, 2015 6:28 am

fish oil will, in theory,

but this highly disputed and debatable

this website explains it , i think ??
http://www.waiworld.com/waitalk/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?t=3356

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Re: Your only hair loss options :

Post  bov51 on Wed Oct 07, 2015 10:40 am

Aspirin/vitamin e/niacinamide/caffiene all inhibited pgd2 and pge2, this suck! Decreasing polyunsaturated in your diet should decrease your pgd2, that might be the best bet.

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Re: Your only hair loss options :

Post  iuyyighghghgkh on Wed Oct 07, 2015 11:17 am

off topic - great video for people who take mushroom supplements.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIuZ_wTy_IQ

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Re: Your only hair loss options :

Post  iuyyighghghgkh on Tue Oct 20, 2015 10:25 am

a pro metabolic option , to increase co2 and atp :

pro metabolic fat soluble vitamins : k2
pro metabolic b vitamins : b1 thiamin, niacinamide, and b7 biotin
pro metabolic amino acids : glycine, taurine, lysine, proline
pro metabolic minerals : zinc/copper/ selenium , magnesium
optional extras : caffeine, methylene blue, aspirin, coconut oil , pregnenelone, fructose, salt,






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Re: Your only hair loss options :

Post  iuyyighghghgkh on Thu Oct 22, 2015 7:51 am

can someone list the manual techniques, just for reference and new users ?

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Re: Your only hair loss options :

Post  iuyyighghghgkh on Fri Oct 23, 2015 6:36 am

a 6 month health plan

pro metabolic fat soluble vitamins : k2
pro metabolic b vitamins : b1 thiamin, niacinamide, and b7 biotin
pro metabolic amino acids : glycine, taurine, lysine, proline (glycine/proline in coffee)
pro metabolic minerals : zinc/copper/ selenium , magnesium glycinate

haidut topicals too , including progesterone

no pufa

no gluten

basic starches, tapioca, potatoes, potato chips, white rice, specialist corn flour varieties - all eaten with saturated fat (coconut oil/butter)

supplemental sugar, salt, - coconut palm sugar too/fructose powder,

no blue light

blood tests before and after

writing down each stressor - paying bills, traffic, loud noises, annoying people, deadlines at work, running out of electricity, crime, corrupt politicians, bad news, terrorist attacks, etc

avoiding all tv, films and video games,

wearing hemp clothing,

optional supplements : coq10, theanine, presciption meds like cyproheptadine,


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Re: Your only hair loss options :

Post  ElmoSuper8 on Sat Oct 24, 2015 6:50 am

iuyyighghghgkh wrote:pro metabolic amino acids : glycine, taurine, lysine, proline (glycine/proline in coffee)


What is your source for Proline?

When you say you put glycine/ proline in coffee are you saying you put gelatin in your coffee, or do have a dedicated proline supplement?

Cheers.

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Re: Your only hair loss options :

Post  iuyyighghghgkh on Sat Oct 24, 2015 10:05 am

you can use gelatin, yes

yes, you can just buy proline powder from amazon, but it is expensive,

glycine and proline taste exactly like sugar, that's why i recommend the powders

the amino acids in gelatin are pro metabolic, is my point.

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Post  ElmoSuper8 on Sat Oct 24, 2015 11:55 pm

iuyyighghghgkh wrote:you can use gelatin, yes

yes, you can just buy proline powder from amazon, but it is expensive,

glycine and proline taste exactly like sugar, that's why i recommend the powders

the amino acids in gelatin are pro metabolic, is my point.


Thanks, so do you still use Gelatin in your regimen these days?

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Re: Your only hair loss options :

Post  iuyyighghghgkh on Sun Oct 25, 2015 3:59 am

at the moment, no, just the glycine,


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Re: Your only hair loss options :

Post  sanderson on Sun Oct 25, 2015 5:27 am

gelatin makes me feel like i'm going to pass out for some reason.
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Re: Your only hair loss options :

Post  Nanas on Sun Oct 25, 2015 7:23 am

iuyyighghghgkh - how do you use Methylene blue as topical?

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Re: Your only hair loss options :

Post  iuyyighghghgkh on Sun Oct 25, 2015 10:21 am

Nanas wrote: iuyyighghghgkh - how do you use Methylene blue as topical?

oxidal - by haidut

although I have stopped using it


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Re: Your only hair loss options :

Post  iuyyighghghgkh on Sun Oct 25, 2015 2:41 pm

if someone cannot understand what to do after reading this thread, there is no hope left.

all you need are the

supplements
diet
lifestyle

hormones to increase/decrease
and metabolic pathways//inflammation markers to increase/decrease

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Post  ElmoSuper8 on Sun Oct 25, 2015 11:28 pm

iuyyighghghgkh wrote:if someone cannot understand what to do after reading this thread, there is no hope left.

all you need are the

supplements
diet
lifestyle

hormones to increase/decrease
and metabolic pathways//inflammation markers to increase/decrease

Not starting an argument here. But I think the confusion comes from people not getting an entirely clear outline of your own personal regimen. Yes, we can understand your ethos on hair health and your various theories on hair loss etc. But when someone comes online and says they've stopped their hair loss, it would be beneficial to everyone else if we knew what your exact regimen was in achieving that goal.

It seems that you recommend a lot of supplements, but when questioned deeper you say you don't take them or have stopped taking them. You seem to change supplements constantly, so it's hard to know what exactly it is that's working for you, which is causing some people to get confused, and others to get angry with you.

Like I said, I'm not being argumentative here, and I'm trying to understand your approach; it's good that you're trying to help people, but when you come off with comments like -

"if someone cannot understand what to do after reading this thread, there is no hope left."

it seems a little lofty and arrogant, and disrespectful to those who are still experiencing hair loss.

Just my opinion, and I hope you can take it on board without seeing it as some sort of ad hominem attack or petty argument.

Peace.

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Re: Your only hair loss options :

Post  iuyyighghghgkh on Mon Oct 26, 2015 2:58 pm

I don't post my personal regimen. my life is different to yours

if it supports metabolism, take it. do it. if it stresses you, avoid it. if you live with annoying people, move out.
if you live in a war zone, move country. if food and supplements don't help you, change them.

and isn't it fairly obvious what I do based on my previous posts ???

anyone could quite easily work out my diet and supplement regimen

My posts are just to make people do something. I simplify information so people can just read it, and do it, and a basic scientific reason why.

I promote, just taking action.

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