Prostate Health and Hair Loss

Research has found a link between men’s prostate health and a healthy full head of hair.

The prostate is a cluster of small glands found only in men surrounding the urethra, located just below the bladder. We don’t fully understand everything the prostate probably does, we know it serves to squeeze seminal fluid into and through the urethra during ejaculation.

Many older men, and younger ones thanks to excessive pharmaceutical TV ads, know that prostate problems can cause annoying issues with urination if the prostate becomes enlarged; sometimes the prostate becomes cancerous. The non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate is known as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).

DHT is responsible for the division of cells in the prostate, DHT is expelled by the prostate normally however, if the prostate fails to expel DHT, it builds up and causes enlargement.

Studies have shown that modern diets are a culprit in prostate dysfunction and disease. Whether you call it a civilized diet, the North American diet, the West European diet or the Standard American Diet (SAD), these diets increase the cases of male pattern baldness (and female pattern baldness) and prostate cancers in men. Such symptoms where much less common or uncommon at all in other lands and people that lived and consumed a less civilized lifestyle and diet.

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The link between diet and prostate (and hair loss) disease is thought to be the diet.  Our civilized and over processed diets lead to an overproduction of DHT causing BPH and prostate cancers.

The actionable takeaway here is that a change in diet is absolutely a must to lower your chances of of these conditions and improve overall health.An improved diet and lifestyle can prevent a myriad of disease, from migraines to cardiovascular and cancer diseases.

For men over 40 years of age, check with your physician about a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test for prostate health and have regular check-ups. Avoid pharmaceuticals and look for natural nutrients that are not synthetic.

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