Gray hair is an outward indication of a nutritional problem that often appears with advancing age.

The hair of some individuals turns gray earlier in life than others. Some people seem to keep their natural hair color into their 60's or 70's. The truth is that this has almost everything to do with nutrition and using the right supplements can actually reverse graying, even later in life.

The hair, especially on your head is not just something that is there. It is actually an organ of your body that serves multiple purposes. One of the purposes of the hair is to remove certain compounds from the body, especially unwanted toxic metals. Because of the way that hair grows from its follicles and because of the metals that are put into it, the hair can sense things that the rest of the body can not sense. The story of Samson was not just a story. Research from the last 50 years has shown that men with longer hair have certain abilities to sense certain threats that men with shorter hair can not sense.

With the graying of the hair, some of this sensory capability becomes lost as does the ability of the hair to carry away these toxic metals. Additionally, the graying of the hair announces an advanced stage of life, aging. These and other reasons show the importance of maintaining a natural hair color through nutrition and not through using dyes to cover up the aging that is occuring. When it comes down to it, stopping the graying is an indication that you are literally slowing down the actual aging process itself.

While it is not known as to the extent that graying can be either slowed or reversed, it is definitely known that it is possible.

One of the noted aspects of aging is that our bodies become less efficient at absorbing things that are essential to our good health. An example of this is the now fairly well known CoEnzyme Q-10 or CoQ10. The most common form of CoQ10 is almost never absorbed by anyone in their 50's and older, yet they are telling us everywhere to buy it. There is a form of Co-Q10, called Ubiquinol, that can be absorbed and utilized by aging adults. This is only one example that affects our nutritional status as we age but this one does not appear to have as much to do with hair color as some other substances do. In the overall aspect of aging, Ubiquinol is extremely important in stopping things such as congestive heart failure and even cancers. It helps every part of your body process and utilize the energy that is available to it. Vegans and vegetarians are more likely to have deficiencies in CoQ10 as the best sources are from meats.

Some of the things that affect gray hair as well as the aging process in general are DHEA, Inositol, PABA, Niacin, Cholecalciferol, along with a host of other substances. By the way, you will never get these things through taking once a day vitamins, especially not the ones that you see in the drug store, advertized on television or in your regular magazines. These so called vitamins are not much more than a scam to get money from you. If they offer 100 percent of your so called daily requirement, throw them into the trash. What they do provide is 100 percent of what is needed to hide the most horrific malnutritions possible. You need far more than what they have for several reasons.

DHEA is a life giving hormone that is the mother of almost all hormones in the human body. Normally manyfactured in the adrenal gland, the quantities produced continually fall after we reach our 20's and those who develop gray hair are almost always low on this hormone. It has been noted that taking DHEA in the right amounts as a supplement can not only restore natural hair color, it boosts immunity and is importnat for almost every part of the human body. The best way to make sure that you are getting the right amount of DHEA is to have your blood tested for DHEA sulfate levels. Just taking DHEA indiscriminately or taking too much can have adverse effects on your health.

Inositol is one of the B vitamins that is important for the brain, muscles, liver, kidneys and the eyes as well as maintaining both hair growth and color. One of the symptoms of inositol deficiency can be premature graying and another is hair loss. 500 mg a day of inositol is entirely safe and can go a long way towards reducing the effects of aging.

Zinc is a metal that has been shown to produce balding when an extreme deficience exists and mild deficiencies can lead to graying and thinning of the hair.

Vitamin E is something that the vitamin sellers often try to get you to accept that is alpha-tocopherol. Do not get fooled by this scam. There are at least 7 major forms of vitamin E and you need all of them! Probably most important is gamma-tocopherol but you really need all of the tocopherols and tocotrienols combined for the maximum effect. Neither the dosage nor the forms of vitamin E that come in your store bought vitamin E are going to provide what you need. Since Vitamin E is a major anti-aging supplement, 800 IU daily of mixed tocopherols and tocotrienols might be a best choice.

Pantothenic Acid is another B vitamin (B6) that results in gray hair when a deficiency exists. It is available in many B-complex vitamins as well as from liver, kidney, egg yolks, whole grains, and milk.

PABA or para aminobenzoic acid is one of the B-vitamins (B10) that is not very well known but is very importsnt for a lot of body functions including reducing the presence of gray hair.

Folic acid (B9) is important in the synthesis and repair of DNA which is in turn important in cellular health. Poor cellular health can show up as graying of hair which makes it important to include at least some folate in any effort to reverse aging in general and graying hair as well. It is important to make sure that when you take folic acid, you must take sufficient B-12 and methyl-cobalamin is the best form of B12 rather then cyanocobalamin. Vegans and vegetarians are somewhat more likely to be deficient in B12.

Biotin (B7) is another of the B complex vitamins that is important for normal skin and hair as well as for other body functions such as cell growth and the production of fatty acids. It has been shown that a deficiency can show up as hair problems. A deficiency can occur from ingesting raw eggs whites as well as from having insufficient bacteria in the intestines. The recommended dose of biotin is about 5000mcg to 7500mcg per day.

Choline is an essential nutrient which is grouped with the B vitamins as it is water soluble. It is critical for many functions, including hair growth and the mantainence of cells in general. Many vegans and vegetarians are a risk of choline deficiency as the best sources are meat and eggs.

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