Today I’d like to talk about a very special B vitamin, that may be incredibly important as a hair loss treatment. It’s called “nicotinic acid”, or niacin.
Why, you might ask, is this simple B vitamin so special? Let me tell you…
This technique is so simple and easy; yet so effective.
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All you have to do is drink a fruit smoothie first thing in the morning (when you have an empty stomach). Then take a niacin supplement (available readily on the web).
The trick is what we put in the smoothie…
Hair keratin is made up mostly of “amino acids“. Through my research, I know exactly which amino acids and in what quantities.
The body turns amino acids into hair keratin through a process of “keratinization”, which occurs in the scalp.
It needs certain nutrients, such as biotin, to do this.
I’ve developed a special hair growth smoothie, which contains all the amino acids and supporting hair growth nutrients in just the right combination.
These nutrients are speedily absorbed into the bloodstream. Then the niacin goes to work. It causes your blood to flush to your skin.
Why do we want this?
You’ve just added the perfect mix of hair growth nutrients to your bloodstream and now we’re sending it straight to your hair, where it goes to work nourishing your hair and scalp.
Using the scalp brushing technique and a simple yoga move, you can accelerate the rate of blood flow to your scalp, delivery a huge dose of keratin building nutrients to your hair, morning.
Incidentally, these ingredients will feed the hair in your scalp, but they won’t in any way affect hair growth anywhere else on your body. In fact they will go to work improving the health of
your skin, which is why nicehair.org members report glowing skin as a side effect of the program.
Start drinking my special hair growth smoothie every morning along with half a niacin supplement and I guarantee you’ll start seeing new hair growth within two months.
When used topically niacin was found to produce statistically significant hair regrowth results:
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PATIENTS/METHODS: Sixty female subjects with Ludwig types I-III female pattern hair loss were evaluated in a double-blinded, placebo-controlled (40 active, 20 placebo) design using standardized 35-mm photographic analyses for assessment of efficacy after 6 months of application.
RESULTS: The niacin derivatives demonstrated a statistically significant increase in hair fullness (P = 0.04 compared to the placebo).