Your Best Bet for Gray Hair Reversal

Today we return to the shill-website Healthline who recently published an article on graying hair, it’s causes, and what can and can’t be done about it.
As usual, they get a small portion right while explaining it wrong, and as always, they fall back on complete pseudo-science, the lies we’ve been told since childhood.

Let’s see what they have to say.

Your hair turns gray or white from a loss of melanin, a pigment-producing component that produces melanocyte cells. These make up your natural hair and skin color. The less melanin you have, the lighter your hair color. Gray hair has minimal melanin, while white has none.

As you age, it’s natural to lose melanin in your hair. In fact, it’s estimated that the odds of your hair turning gray increase up to 20 percent each decade after you hit your 30s. Some people see grays a bit sooner due to health and genetics.”

No, it’s not really natural. Some wear and tear of your physiology will occur that might accelerate the process as you get really old, but the main factor is simply a poor diet, as in nutritional deficiencies, toxic load, and stress.

There’s a lot of misinformation about gaining back your natural hair color once it’s started turning gray or white.”

There sure is, and Healthline being a medical-shill website will surely reinforce some of them.

Inheritance (wrongfully called genetics)

Melanin loss in hair is naturally occurring, especially after your 30s. The precise rate of hair color loss is largely dictated by your genes, though. If your parents experienced premature graying, chances are that you may see the same.”

No, it’s not, and absolutely not in your 30s, unless you’re mostly plant-based or vegan, and thus extremely malnourished and full of toxins. In a healthy human who mostly eat according to his or her species, as in mostly animal-based foods, should not experience any graying until his or her 70’s or later, or not at all.

Despite the claims made online and by product marketers, it’s not possible to reverse white hair if the cause is genetic.”

Genetics is a pseudo-science, as it has not been proven. It’s a theoretical model. However, we do inherit some traits, and a poor ability to manufacture melanin might be one of them. However, since most people follow a very shitty slave-diet of mostly plant-based crap, just as their parents did, it’s hard to say if it’s ‘inherited,’ from the ‘wear and tear’ of aging, or simply from nutrient deficiencies and thus a poor performing thyroid.

Nutritional deficiencies

If you eat a balanced diet, chances are that your gray hairs aren’t linked to any nutritional deficiencies.”

You frikkin’ dimwits. Humans are obligate hyper carnivores. Just like any animal, we should only consume our natural diet, as that is the only way for us to get the correct and bioavailable nutrition that we need. If all other animals can figure that out, surely, we can too.
A “balanced diet” implies a big chunk of non-nutritious and very toxic and damaging plant-matter, which is contraindicated to the human diet. You will have nutritional deficiencies if you follow such a retarded slave diet.

So, there we go, right out of the box they fail to understand that most people today are overfed but yet malnourished – because the food they consume is virtually void of nutrients, especially bioavailable nutrients, while also being extremely toxic (and hormone disrupting.)

If your diet lacks certain nutrients, it could very well affect melanin production in your hair follicles. Vitamin B-12 is the most common culprit, with folate, copper, and iron deficiencies increasing your risk, too.

Dietary supplements may help these deficiencies and you might see your natural hair color start to grow back after several weeks. Still, you should check with your doctor before buying any supplements. They will run blood tests to see if you actually need them.”

No, supplements do not contain real nutrients. They are all fake and very toxic. That is why a retarded vegan, who can’t get, for example, vitamin B12 from their lacking shitty food has to get a vitamin B12 shot. However, that is not real vitamin B12, it’s a bleak copy of what they think it is. So, blood levels of this fake vitamin will rise, but that does not mean that your body can absorb and use it. It simply sits around in your blood while slowly being broken down and discharged as any other toxin, or it will end up in fat tissue where your body store toxins if it cannot detoxify properly. And that is why all vegans crash and burn within years, no matter how much and many supplements they take. And that is also why blood tests are completely useless. It tells you nothing of the nutritional status in tissues or organs. It’s only current snapshot of what is in your blood at that specific time, something that fluctuates all through the day depending on what you have eaten and what has been broken down in your body to assist other processes.
Also, note that the nutrients they list are the nutrients most readily found in meat and other animal-based foods. Such a coincidence.

Underlying health conditions

Premature graying hair could also be linked to certain health conditions, including:

  • Vitiligo
  • thyroid disease
  • alopecia areata

Hormone fluctuations can also play a role in graying hair. Managing such medical conditions could, in theory, help restore melanin and your natural hair color over time.”

These “health conditions” are simply symptoms of nutritional deficiencies and toxemia. The thyroid issue is most of the time easily fixed with some iodine, especially if you’ve seen graying and thinning of your eyebrows. Color usually comes back within weeks. My nutritional guides for my clients go through a lot of this and 30+ other modern “health conditions” and what causes them and how to fix them.

After this, Healthline goes through some hair color restoration myths such as totally useless supplements, hair masks, and retarded potato skins. Of course, that is all complete nonsense, which they actually agree with (except for supplements of course, as that is a toxic and lucrative side-business of Big Pharma, their employer.)

How to slow the onset of gray hair

Managing stress, as stress hormones can interrupt melanin production in the hair follicles

Yes, I already mentioned this. All kind of stress, including mental stress, will wear on the body and its functions.

Quitting smoking, which can be difficult, but a doctor can come up with a cessation plan that works for you

Well, smoking is simply another stressor of many. And in perspective, smoking is a lot less damaging than consuming plant-based or processed foods. While it is kind of retarded to inhale smoke and toxins, it’s just as retarded to consume toxic and damaging “food.”

Maintaining your weight.”

Well, your body fat is actually a symptom of your lifestyle, i.e. how much crap you eat and how much toxins you are exposed to. It’s not the weight per se that is the problem, the problem is the things that caused you to reach that body weight. Remove these damaging things, and your body weight will eventually return to normal. Also, it is these ‘things’ that also causes your hair to turn gray early, not the body weight.

Reducing your exposure to chemicals and pollution

Yes, but most people do not understand where these chemicals and pollutants come from. The most common culprit is the popular slave-foods, as in anything plant-based and processed, followed by hygiene articles, make-up, tattoos, perfume, plastics, detergents, synthetic clothes, and so on. This is also something I cover in detail in my coaching guides, as it is crucial to understand for optimal health.

Protecting your hair from the sun by wearing hats and scarves

Only necessary if you are malnourished. If you are healthy, if you are eating according to your species and are fully nourished, you will not even burn in the sun no matter how long you are outside, and your hair will not take any damage. Only a malnourished body cannot recover from prolonged sun exposure as it lacks the resources to adapt and benefit from the sun light.

After this Healthline discuss idiotic dyes to fake your hair color. Of course, such dyes are extremely toxic and will penetrate your scalp, quickly reaching your bloodstream. It’s just as stupid to dye your hair as it is to get large tattoos. Extremely toxic and a constant stressor on the body.


The odds of premature graying depend on how your hair follicles produce melanin. Sometimes, stress, nutritional deficiencies, and other lifestyle factors can halt melanin production. Once these issues are reversed, melanin may be restored.”

Yes, this is the most common cause, especially if you haven’t reached your 70’s or 80’s yet.

In most cases though, the age at which you start seeing grays — and the extent of them — are controlled by your genes. Genetically driven graying hair can’t be reversed.”

Well, there might be a slight chance that you inherited some trait. However, you might just as easily “inherited” the same shitty diet as your parents has been following, making you just as malnourished in some key nutrients like they are. See how that works?

In other words, you cannot be sure about the cause of your premature graying – and blaming it on “genetics” is just lazy.

If you actually want to improve or even reverse the graying of your hair, the only way is to reconnect with nature and adopt our species-appropriate, species-specific diet of animal-based foods. And that is true for any “health condition” or “disease.”

Most of my clients, especially those in their 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s who had experience graying usually reported improvements in their hair color and hair thickness after only a few months on our natural carnivorous diet. And that is something that can continue to improve for years. Many have fully reversed gray hair to their former color by simply adopting our natural diet and getting nourished again, which will also fix any hormone related problems.
At times, some extra iodine supplementation might help and speed things up, but that’s about it (and you still get plenty of iodine from grass-fed beef, raw milk, and some sea food, especially fish roe, cod and oysters.)

If you need help, or want some guidance with nutritional plans, health issues, fat loss, and/or transitioning from your current way of eating to our natural species-appropriate, species-specific way of eating, or going fully ‘raw’ carnivore, I’m available for both coaching and consultation.

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