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    slin and hairloss

    Anyone notice slin making thier hair loss worse?

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    No, and don't see how it could...

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    There is no way that it can.... if it does Id like to know how....

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    I doubt insulin will have an effect as such.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gear
    I doubt insulin will have an effect as such.

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    Unless it's insulin spiked with DHT..I think IP makes that now..LOL

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    no hair issues with slin....dont see how it would either......

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    it def does.... im convinced. ive noticed all 3 times ive started to use slin, that my hair thins. i end up cutting the cycle short, and how its all starting to make sense...

    http://www.drmirkin.com/men/M119.htm
    Exciting new research shows that high blood levels of insulin and its growth factors may cause male pattern baldness in which men and women lose hair from the top and front of their heads, while hair on the sides of their scalp continue to grow luxuriously. A study from Harvard School of Public Health shows that men who have the highest blood levels of insulin like growth factor-1 are the ones most likely to suffer male pattern baldness. Women who have high levels of insulin (polycystic ovary syndrome) are the ones most likely to lose hair from the tops of their heads. It still is early in the research, but evidence is accumulating that male-pattern baldness may be caused by high levels of insulin that are produced by eating huge amounts of sugary and floured foods such as bakery products and pastas. We need research to show if male pattern baldness can be prevented by avoiding flour and sugar, eating fruits only with meals and taking drugs such as Glucophage, Actos and Avandia that lower insulin levels.
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    every time i take insulin, i start balding on the top of my head. i think it reacts somehow with the excess estrogen (makes sense if you read what was written above)

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    i thought it was all genetic, and just sped up by dht, this is now saying that it is all about sugary foods

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwillfcsl
    i thought it was all genetic, and just sped up by dht, this is now saying that it is all about sugary foods
    I still don't beleive it...I'll use as much slin and eat as many sugary foods as a human body allows and I betch you in the end I'll have a beautiful head of hair....It is genetic and sped by DHT you know what your talking about...

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    dht isnt the only cause for hairloss. its also possible that the slin is amplifying the effects of dht though.

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    I have posted about this before, when I am on IGF-1 my hair thins out. Once I am off, I continue with low dosage GH and my hair comes back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mixxin
    I have posted about this before, when I am on IGF-1 my hair thins out. Once I am off, I continue with low dosage GH and my hair comes back.
    I recently had testical cancer and they had to remove the boys...GH made them grow back perfectly except there's three instead of two...Bonus if you ask me...

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