How To Prevent Male Pattern Baldness

Male pattern baldness is more common than female pattern baldness. Sixty percent of men will sooner or later suffer from it. Usually this form of baldness is hereditary. Often the hair loss is limited to the crown or the hairline. It can also spread until only hair remains around the skull. The moment the baldness manifests itself differs from person to person. Men who suffer from hair loss at a young age have a good chance of becoming completely bald afterwards. In women, this form of baldness is less common, it is limited to thinning the hair.

The hormonal hair loss is the most common form and arises under the influence of androgens, the male hormones. This hair loss starts from a certain age and occurs in both men and women. In men it usually starts with the shifting of the hairline at the level of the temples. In women, this is more discreet and never progresses to true baldness.

This form of hair loss is hereditary, it cannot be cured, but there are a number of methods to stop hair loss and bring about new hair growth. There is a genetic predisposition that makes the hair root more sensitive to the male hormone in some people, the hairs end their hair cycle faster, and so more hair is lost than is formed. This form of hair loss can not be cured, but there are a number of methods to stop evolution or even bring about new hair growth. Scientific research has shown that hair loss stops when the transition from testosterone to dihydrotestosterone is inhibited.

There are various products that can treat hair loss

Hair lotion containing 2% minoxidil, a medicine originally used for high blood pressure, can regrow hair. The product must be used for life, otherwise hair loss will start again. An additional disadvantage is that the product must be dissolved in a strong alcohol solution in order to be effective.

Aminexil for women is a leading product against hair loss in pharmacy. It prevents the hardening of the collagen shell so that the tissues surrounding the hair root remain supple and elastic, and the hair root can anchor itself more firmly in the scalp. By providing the hair follicle with activating elements necessary for hair growth, stronger, thicker hair can be created. Vitamins PP and B6 revitalize the hair and make it more beautiful.

Arginine stimulates the microcirculation of the blood and the supply of essential nutrients. The soft, round and ergonomically shaped massage applicator is suitable for every scalp, provides a massage of the scalp and a stimulation of the microcirculation.

Phytolium 4 is a growth-stimulating treatment against chronic and severe hair loss with four-fold action. Thanks to the presence of shiitake, wild apple stem cells, serenoa, essential oils, glycoproteins from solanum and grape procyanidols, it extends the life of the hair, inhibits hair loss, accelerates growth and gives vitality to the hair.

Finasteride blocks the formation of dihydrotestosterone; the active form of testosterone (in the blood and in the hair follicles). There is a potential for erectile dysfunction and a decrease in libido and it has been reported that this can be a lasting effect. It is recommended that the use of finasteride is discontinued if the partner wants to become pregnant. All this makes the use of finasteride against baldness less attractive for many.

Alline Procap are capsules containing water-soluble keratin as well as an association of ten vitamins and three minerals. It is a complete vitality cocktail for the hair. Thanks to the presence of keratin, the main component of the hair, the hair gets more structure and strength.

Weight Loss Recipes For Fitpros: Meat Loaf For Losers

Weight Loss Recipes For Fitpros And People: This Paleo Style Meat Loaf Will Fill You Up Whilst You Lose!


800g of beef mince
4 eggs (three hard boiled)
3 small white onions, finely chopped
55g of butter
4 tbspoons of mustard
12 tbspoons of almond flour
Streaky bacon rashers to cover the meat loaf


Sauté the onions in the butter until translucent. Let them cool.

Pre-heat the oven at 200C degrees.

Put the beef mince along with the fourth raw egg , almond flour and the mustard in a big bowl.

Add the onions and mush it all well with your hands.

In a big roasting tin, form a bed with half the mince for the 3 boiled eggs.

Arrange the eggs along the mince bed and cover with the rest of the mince so it looks like a loaf.

Wrap it with the bacon trying to tuck the ends of the bacon under the loaf, then add to the oven for 40mins or so.

Lose Weight Eating My Seedy Brown Rice Balls

Can You Lose Weight Eating Rice? You Sure Can, With My Seedy Brown Rice Ball Recipe!


2-3 cups of brown rice soaked for 30mins, cooked in salted water for 45mins or until cooked through, and left to cool down over night or for a few hours

2 handfuls of mixed seeds, I used pumpkin, sunflower, flax and linseeds

Tamari or Shoyu sauce, the most natural ones you can find (I get mine in a health shop or Asian supermarket)


Toast the seeds in a shallow pan with no oil for a couple of minutes. Pour a few drops of Tamari or Shoyu sauce into the pan and stir well with a wooden spoon. Let it all cool down.

The cooked rice should have a sticky consistency now, so you can use your hands to make small balls and deep them in the toasted seeds making sure you cover them well (see image above).

Serve 3-4 balls on a plate with a few drops of Tamari or Shoyu sauce on it or on the side, for dipping.

Eat on their own, with steamed Edamame beans or your favourite protein. They go well with meat and fish too!

Mum’s 4 Golden Weight Loss Tips

Mums Know Their Stuff! Here’s 4 Easy To Implement Tips That Will Help You Lose Weight. But Will You Listen..?

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Do you eat when you’re not hungry?

Do you even know what real hunger feels like any more?

Millions of types of foods are so readily available nowadays that we get to eat whatever we want whenever we want.

We walk past a coffee shop, one of those that bake their own pastries, and all of a sudden “OMG I’m famished!”

But are we really “famished”?

Own it, more often than not we’re not even slightly hungry.

The reality is that many of us don’t know what real hunger feels like any more. We’ve messed up our biological clock by making up our own rules around food: we skip breakfast in the morning, have a bar of chocolate for lunch and a massive dinner, go on a juice detox for a week, or fast for days and then go on a huge binge…

We need to go back to basics, and fast, before we get so fat and ill we spend the best years of our lives in a hospital bed, or a coffin.

Did you know humans are genetically designed to live 120 years?

Yet many of us are barely making it into our sixties any more. That’s half a life wasted!

We really need to learn a few lessons. And here are some easy ones. The 3 P’s of Hunger:

1. Hunger is physical; you feel it in your stomach

2. Hunger is progressive; it gets worse as time passes

3. Hunger is persistent; it won’t go away

When you keep this simple rule in mind you’ll find you’re more mindful every day from now on, which means you’ll make better decisions.

But there are also a few things a lot of us learnt from our mums (but chose to ignore) that will help us be more in control of our eating habits, make better choices, avoid over eating and shed a few pounds naturally and quickly!

Mum’s 4 golden tips:

1# Sit down at the table and use your utensils (fork, knife, spoon) to eat your food

2# Eat with no distractions; no phone, no laptop, no magazine, no TV, no nothing… just you and your plate of food

3# Chew your food thoroughly before swallowing. Your stomach doesn’t have teeth for a reason, it’s not designed to deal with big chunks of food!

4# Say thanks. Studies show that people who give thanks before their meals eat less!

Don’t believe mum? Implement these rules for a week and watch the scales go down!

Weight Loss Recipe: Light Sea Bream With Chilli & Garlic

Check Out This Amazing Weight Loss Recipe Of Light Sea Bream With Chilli & Garlic


1 fresh sea bream, 500gr (ask your fishmonger to filet it into 2 filets)

2 garlic cloves, peeled and finely sliced

1 dried chilli, de-seeded and finely chopped

1 sweet potato, peeled and cut into 1cm slices (or normal potatoes)

1 Spanish onion, finely chopped into rings

Hymalayan rock salt, ground black pepper, extra virgin olive oil, white wine vinegar


Pre-heat the oven to 180degrees.

Arrange the sweet potato and onion on an oven tray, add salt, drizzle with olive oil, cover with foil and bake for 10mins.

Take the tray out and place the already salted fillets of bream on top of the potatoes and onion.

Bake for a further 10-15mins, until the fish and the potatoes cooked.

Put a dollop of olive oil in a pan and sautee the garlic and chilli until golden.

Take the fish and potatoes out of the oven and place on a serving plate.

Drizzle the fish with a tablespoon of white wine vinegar and add the olive oil with the hot garlic and chilli.

Enjoy this super delicious and super light dish hot!