#1 killer in the West
TLDR: chondroitin sulfate – the glue of life, makes blood vessels elastic
aka suggest to any modRNA morons having heart or headache problems.
You could literally save their life. Choose wisely. Choline also good.
For the narcissists like me, also helps hair growth.
Distribution of proteoglycans during the hair growth cycle in human skin
The involvement of proteoglycans in hair growth has been recognized through the observation of increased hair growth in diseases such as the mucopolysaccharidoses and pre-tibial myxedema, which involve an increase in skin proteoglycan content. In an attempt to understand this, we have examined the distribution of chondroitin 6 sulphate (C6S), unsulphated chondroitin (COS), dermatan sulphate (DS), and heparan sulphate proteoglycans (HSPG) in frozen tissue sections of normal scalp by immunostaining. Results show that during anagen, the thick connective tissue sheath around the follicle strains strongly for C6S, COS, and DS. COS is uniquely associated with this region and is not found beneath the epidermis or infundibular epithelium. HSPG is, however, localized in the basement membrane zone adjacent to the outer root sheath. In addition, all of these proteoglycans are localized in the dermal papilla. In mid-catagen, we observed significant loss of C6S and COS staining from both the dermal papilla and the connective tissue sheath, but no decrease in staining for HSPG. In late catagen, very little staining of C6S and COS was observed. In early anagen, we observed that C6S was again present in the connective tissue sheath and dermal papilla; however, COS staining appeared to be weaker and less closely associated with the follicle. HSPG staining was observed in early anagen in a pattern very similar to that found for other basement membrane components. Results for DS were not obtained for catagen or early anagen. These results provide further evidence that hair growth is associated with the presence of chondroitin proteoglycans in the follicle environment and that the cessation of growth is associated with their removal. Further studies are underway to characterize the relationship between hair growth and proteoglycans.three decades ago they knew this
If you get hair loss issues despite that, try a B complex and iron. Maybe with biotin. Women get knock-on problems from excess blood loss (including childbirth) and our collective hivemind research suggests that works. If the problem is thickness, bamboo.
It contains silica. These are Woman Inc Secrets. Share with care.
One problem of oestrogen dominance in men is excess copper in the body. It tanks your T. Get a blood test and also check for iron and zinc. Post-partum women are usually iodine-deficient. If you really don’t have the other issues, check that, especially if you donate blood. Among many reasons women should be able to describe blood loss without grown men having a hissy fit.