6 Strategies to Prevent Hair Loss

I’ve been getting a lot of questions about hair loss…

What do you do for the hair?

How do you avoid balding?

Does more testosterone result in hair loss?

This is important to me as well.

So I’ll hit a few points here.

Before I talk about that, I have to mention this…

Ever see the “hate crimes against the bald community” episode from Curb Your Enthusiasm?

Frickin hilarious.

Larry David gets his house TP’d for not giving out candy to some kids on Halloween. They also write “Bald Asshole” on his door.

Larry – “This is a hate crime. We consider ourselves a group of people”.

Officer – “Sir, I’m bald, and I’m not offended.”

Larry – “With all due respect, officer, you are not bald. You have chosen to shave your hair. That is a look you are cultivating to be fashionable and we don’t really consider you part of the Bald Community.”

Such an awesome show, lmao.

Okay, so if you are not ready to join the bald community?

Here are 6 killer tips…

1. Don’t use chemical-based shampoos and conditioners.

I only use a natural shampoo and conditioner.

I also avoid hair products like gels and hairspray.

I realize some hairstyles and hair types might need hair products.

But the amount of chemicals in hair products is insane.

They are loaded with chemicals that not only mess up your hair follicles, many are estrogenic and mess with your hormones.

Kino Mojo has Boron, which can combat these estrogenic effects.

But I’d still make sure to stick to organic products if possible.

2. Avoid becoming overweight or obese.

Obesity is associated with increased inflammation in the body.

Studies have shown that obesity-induced inflammatory signals can deplete hair follicle stem cells.

This disrupts the hair growth cycle and leads to hair thinning over time.

 Also, insulin resistance from being overweight can negatively impact hair growth.

Research also shows that probiotics can reduce inflammation…

Which improves hair density.

More study needs to be done on this, but the link between probiotics and improved hair health is promising.

3. Supplement with collagen each day.

Collagen provides the amino acids needed to build keratin.

This is the protein that makes up hair.

Consuming collagen peptides gives the body the building blocks it needs to create hair.

One study found that women with thinning hair saw significant increases in hair quantity, scalp coverage, and thickness while taking daily collagen supplements.

These women also saw additional improvement after 180 days including hair shine, skin moisture retention, and skin smoothness. 

If you want to look your best, take collagen.

I recommend Kino Collagen Protein.

Countless Kino Warriors mix this with Greek Yogurt for lunch when they are trying to get lean in a hurry.

Collagen is a great protein source that doesn’t spike blood sugar like whey protein.

You want stable blood sugar in order to lose body fat.

So Kino Collagen Protein is ideal for getting shredded.

4. Don’t take oral DHT blockers.

Some men are genetically susceptible to DHT contributing to hair loss.

In some men, DHT can bind to receptors in the hair follicles, causing them to shrink and produce thinner, weaker hair.

Here’s the problem with drugs that block DHT.

DHT is an androgenic hormone.

So you don’t want to take a drug that blocks it.

One of the worst side effects is that it can cause impotence.

It also gives many men Low T and, in rare cases, penile shrinkage.

It MIGHT be okay to use a topical DHT blocking cream on the scalp, but personally, I wouldn’t risk it!

5. Supplement with Zinc and Magnesium (especially if you are vegan).

One of the side effects of a vegan diet can be hair loss.

This affects women as well.

Hair falls out.

The problem is that it’s hard to get adequate zinc and magnesium on a vegan diet through food alone.

Research shows that Zinc and Magnesium deficiency can be a cause of hair loss.

It’s actually hard to get enough of these two minerals on a regular diet.

But extra hard if you’re vegan.

Take Kino Mojo and you will be covered here.

6. Optimize your blood flow.

We are finding more information that a lot of the hair loss that men deal with is caused by poor blood flow to the scalp.

Research shows that blood flow is tied to hair loss.

Optimizing for blood flow is helpful in preserving hair for as long as possible.

Some men and women use red light therapy.

This improves blood flow to the scalp.

However, there are also supplements to take that increase blood flow and help prevent hair loss.

Pine bark extract is a big one.

*This double blind study found a 30% increase in hair density from women taking pine bark compared to the placebo group.

That’s a big deal.

Pine bark extract is a pretty darn amazing supplement.

The researchers of this study referenced another study that looked at pine bark extract and blood flow.

Check this out…

Here’s that study where they used pine bark extract to treat “venous insufficiency”.

This causes swelling of the ankles and legs due to poor blood flow.

*Pycnogenol (pine bark extract) reduced ankle swelling by 35% and edema by 64%.

This just shows how effective pine bark extract is for improving blood flow.

  • Increased blood flow helps increase hair density
  • Increased blood flow delivers more nutrients to the skin (better color and skin health)
  • Increased blood flow to the muscle improves performance
  • Increased blood flow reduces inflammation
  • Increased blood flow results in faster recovery from workouts
  • Increased blood flow gives you a lower risk of heart attack or stroke
  • Increased blood flow results in harder, bigger erections

I’m telling you…

Blood flow affects almost every area of health.

This is why I absolutely recommend guys take our blood flow supplement, Kino Nitro.

I realize most of the Nitro testimonials are about having better sex…

*Yes, Nitro contains pine bark extract and is incredible for your sex life, but it goes WAY beyond that.

The first thing I noticed when taking Nitro was how much better my skin looked.

Good circulation also promotes collagen production.

So your skin will look more youthful and smoother and have a better color.

I also noticed more energy.

But back to the subject of this email: hair loss.

My hair is already pretty thick.

So, I plan on taking Nitro to keep it that way for as long as possible.

I recommend you do the same.

Kino Nitro

For hair loss…

I do realize that some people will eventually join the bald community due to genetics.

But improving blood flow to the scalp will slow down your rate of hair loss.

Keep this in mind along with the other tips mentioned here.

Talk Soon,

Greg O’Gallagher

I’ve helped clients increase T levels naturally by as much as 300+ points following a simple protocol and I am now sharing this in a FREE report “10 Steps to Higher Testosterone”

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