What are the causes of gray hair?

Gray hair – usually associated with age. Most aging people especially those who are concerned with the way they present themselves would do anything to cover up any sign of grey hair.

For most people, the greater your age the more gray hairs you will have. Though this is true, there are other factors that affect the growth of gray hair. Even though, age plays a very big part in turning your natural hair color to gray, there are cases when gray hairs grow in as early as teenage years. Teenagers who experience this will most probably have a hard time dealing with the problem since peer pressure is very high in this stage of life.

Before discussing the causes of gray hair, let us first determine what is it that gives color to our hair?

By knowing this, we can thoroughly understand why gray hairs occur. There are cells in our hair follicles called Melanocytes, these melanocytes produce a product called Melanin, and this melanin gives our hair its natural color. Once a problem occurs within the production of melanin, as a result, gray hair comes out. In the case of aging, most of the body’s mechanism starts to degrade, this include the ability of the melanocyte to produce melanin, that’s why we develop grey hair as we grow older.

Factors causing the growth of gray hair at an early age could be the following:

  • Heredity

If both your parents start to grow grey hair at an early age, then most probably you’ll inherit that trait. If both your parents still have natural black hair and you start to grow gray hair at an early age; that is probably caused by a certain medical condition.

There are three most common medical conditions that affect the growth of gray hair:

  1. One of these medical conditions is B12 deficiency or sometimes associated with pernicious anemia. Having B12 deficiency affects the development of melanin in your hair giving it a gray color;
  2. Another medical condition is thyroid disease; an abnormal amount of activity of the thyroid could affect the ability of the melanocytes to produce melanin and, as a result, would give you that gray hair;
  3. The third most common medical condition that causes gray hair is called vitiligo. It is an autoimmune disease, meaning the body attacks itself, causing the destruction of the melanocytes. Without the melanocytes to produce melanin, the hair will turn into gray.

The best thing to do when you have signs of gray hair while you are still below the age of thirty is to consider going to the doctor for checkups. In this way, you’ll know exactly the cause of your gray hair.

However, if it is certain that the growth of gray hair is not related to your age, you can try alternative treatments to reverse gray hair. If it does not work, there are hair dyes available to cover up that gray colored hair. Whatever ways you choose to correct your hair color problems, it is important that you maintain confidence with the way that you look.

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Reversing Gray Hair – The Truth

The general impression that once a person has gray hair, he or she is old. Most of the time, hair color is associated with age, but few people understands that there are different factors affecting hair color. Even in teenage years, a person can have gray hair, and this could cause a lot of problems to the person.

A lot of people today are more concerned about how they look rather than looking out for their health. That is why it’s not surprising that a lot of beauty products are in demand in the market these days.

Unknown to most people, these products are created with different chemicals, and that too much exposure to these chemicals could definitely ruin their health. Even in hair dye, people neglected the health risk that they are into just to get a younger look.

There are other natural ways on how to reverse gray hair, but how true are these natural alternative methods? Before we go on to that, let us first determine the different methods that could pose great danger to your health.

In reversing gray hair, many would resort to cosmetic treatment which includes artificial coloring which is made from certain chemicals that is proven to cause cancer in lab rats. Too much exposure to these products will not only ruin your hair, but your life as well. There are also medical treatments that involves taking up certain medicines to reverse the effects of gray hair. Such medicines include Auxins, Imatinib Mesylate, and Gleever. These medicines are not over the counter drugs and needs prescriptions from a registered physician. Along with obtaining the prescription, you should also discuss with your doctor the different side effects that you might encounter upon using the drug.

Nowadays, businessmen are now making use of natural ingredients to make hair dye to make their products safer for consumers to use. There are also treatments that use natural ingredients which include Eugenol Oil, Amla Oil, Melantin, Retin-A, and a lot more. Home remedies includes natural ingredients that can be found in your kitchen. Tea and Coffee could be a natural source for hair color to cover up those gray hairs.

There are also other routines that you might want to consider like brushing your hair twice a day. The reason behind this is that it stimulates your hair, making it more active and healthier. Another is to determine the cause; sometimes, gray hair is a result of poor diet. Especially when you are still young and you suddenly find out you’ve developed gray hair, you should look onto your diet if you have been eating healthy foods. Vegetables are a good example of foods that you should be eating to prevent an early onset of gray hair.

Hair color is determined by the number of melanin in your hair follicle, as we age, their number of production starts to decrease thus giving us gray colored hair. According to research, it is not impossible to reverse gray hair. Scientists have, in fact, conducted experiments on gray haired rats and have successfully brought back its natural color. In the future, we might enjoy this kind of break through, and you will no longer have to worry about gray hair.


Superfoods for Maintaining Healthy Black Hair Color

Through the years we have all learnt that a well-balanced diet is healthy for our body and critical for optimal health and performance. Our hair is no different. A mixture of protein, complex carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and iron are all required for healthy, strong looking hair.

Good hair nutrition begins with getting enough protein, which is the foundation of your hair. Then you need complex carbohydrates to help assemble the proteins for hair growth. Other important vitamins and minerals include B complex, which is associated with energy production and building good healthy hair and skin issues, folic acid, B12, and zinc.

Hair follicles can have low energy levels just like we do. It is then very important that you eat a high protein meal at the start of each day. Consider the following food choices for breakfast and the other daily meals in order to give you hair the healthiest opportunity to grow and thrive.

If you don’t have high cholesterol, try eating red meat twice per week. It has the protein your hair needs, but also is full of B vitamins, iron and zinc, which are all important for healthy hair. Bacon is another great choice! It’s also full of B vitamins, zinc and protein, but since it’s also high calorie, it’s not the best choice if you’re also trying to lose weight.

Eggs and egg whites are another great protein option, especially for vegetarians or those who cannot eat red meat or bacon due to dietary restrictions. Another alternative of great protein choice is Salmon, and works great for either breakfast, lunch or dinner. You’ll find it’s also full of B vitamins, including B12, and other vitamins and minerals.

Just be sure to keep in mind that you should also have complex carbohydrates, which feed you energy over a longer period of time than refined carbohydrates, with your protein source at meals. Brown short-grain rice is an ideal form. It’s also a good source of B vitamins and some fiber. Whole grain choices complement your protein consumption by helping organize the proteins for the hair to utilize for optimal growth and health.

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Ways to Manage your Diet for Diabetes

Here’s a true account of my close friend – Sammy who was diagnosed with diabetes at a young age of eleven.

“I am Sammy. Ever since my diagnosis with diabetes at the age of eleven, my diet changed dramatically. I maintain my current healthy weight with a great diet/eating plan. If you do plan on losing more than about a stone in weight then I would visit your doctor for more tips on how to do this without risk.

I’ve had diabetes for over fifteen years now, but to tell you that how I maintain weight is perfect would be totally wrong of me. However, I can advise you to follow my steps because I know what works and what doesn’t. Before I really begin I must also say that I have been brought up by great parents who taught me to eat everything, and so I do! If there is something that you don’t like, there are loads of other diabetic recipes and ideas that you will eat and appreciate.

I am a university student and I like to buy fresh and organic produce from where I live. I believe that this is important because it can be the most good for your body and contain more nutrients and vitamins than most supermarket produce. I like to source food from my fortnightly farmers market in town, which sells amazing meat and dairy produce and fresh in season fruit and vegetables. This is another important thing to remember, that eating fruit and vegetables in their season means that they will taste better as well as doing you good. I have a lot of influence from Western European cuisine (mainly France and Italy) as you will tell, but I do not profess to be a chef and everything is easy to make and very convenient.

I have read countless diet books and diabetic recipe/diet books, and I came to a conclusion that I think really works. I fused all the good things from the diets (but not from every diet) and sort of put together my own one. I call this my Juvenile Diabetes Healthy Diet!

The “rules” that I would lay down are as follows:

1. Cut back on snacks and then change the type of snacks you eat.
Certainly my biggest downfall although it wasn’t really apparent to me. When I first started at University, I had little or no routine which meant that filling my day was difficult and popping into the kitchen for a snack, no matter how healthy it felt, was a regular occurence. This is one of the hardest things to do for some people, but establishing a great routine is essential to great diabetes care. The types of snacks to be eating are unsalted nuts, dried unsweetened fruit, fresh fruit, fresh vegetables (I love fresh red pepper and cucumber), dark chocolate (richer and nicer and you only want 2 squares usually).

2. Cut back on white flour and embrace wholemeal carbs.
This is the most essential part of your diet, and the thing that can show the biggest increase in loss of weight. Some diets in fact just focus on this point, and are very successful. Wholemeal (especially stone ground wholemeal) is so good for you and has so much more flavour in it that switching is much easier than you think. Most people are really surprised at the ranges you can get in you supermarket, again remember that the bread that is best for you is the one that is freshest with least preservatives or added ingredients. Also, brown or baptismal rice is great with a lovely nutty texture. Wholemeal pasta is great and for your potatoes I would totally recommend the smaller new potatoes.

3. Stop drinking cocktails, start drinking wine.
Cocktails are full of sugar, colourants and preservatives. As a student I have had loads of practice at going out and not drinking cocktails, so my drink of choice is Malibu and Diet Coke if I feel I have to drink something and I make it last all night. I can then top up with Diet Coke (which has almost no sugar in it) and it looks as though I am drinking Malibu, who is to know. If you are out at a restaurant, red wine is much better than anything else you can order, (except water of course!) and it has been proven that the anti-oxidants in red wine are great for keeping a healthy heart. The recommended amount is one glass a day with your evening meal.

4. Start cooking more fruit and vegetables.
Fresh fruit and vegetables are a great way to get all the vitamins and minerals you need. And there are so many different ways in which to cook vegetables, but I find that raw is the best followed closely by steamed. Both of these ways preserve all their natural goodness as well. I will follow this post with another diabetes recipes post.

5. Drink more water.
I know you have heard people say this many times before, but the benefits of drinking more water are endless. A few tips on how to get more water into your day are firstly to put bottles of water at all the places you go in the house or work. So keep one in your desk, on your desk, a glass in the kitchen, the bedroom, the sitting room, etc. Try and drink all these glasses up and you will be well on your way to 8 glasses a day. The trick is to add a glass every few days or so, if you try to drink all that water in one go you won’t be so inclined to drink 8 glasses again, trust me! Have a go, it’s amazing how great you will feel.

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A 54 year-old woman lowered her blood sugar naturally and lost 10 pounds in 28 days

Insulin Injection

Morning routine went from waking up and eat whatever and whenever you want to eat to this:

Needing to use the glucose monitor to check how high my blood sugar was.

Heading next for the fridge to grab a bottle of insulin

Get an alcohol swab to clean off my skin

Prepare a syringe and give myself a shot of insulin

Now .. finally time to eat. tired of this routine and this is not fun!

There’s HOPE!

Delicious nutrition-packed blood sugar balancing foods that make you feel full of energy and what’s best, gives you peace of mind and hope for tomorrow knowing that you are taking good care of yourself today.

Losing weight wasn’t the main objective, the key motive is wanting to lower blood sugar and the weight loss came as a nice surprise for eating healthy.

A Master Herbalist who became a mentor, advised to eat differently but properly has given hope that diabetes can actually be reversed.

The meals were so delicious and finding this new way of eating forward looking to every meal. In just days of eating this new way for good health instead of eating “whatever”, blood sugar went down.

A few weeks later, blood sugar kept going lower and finally reaches the normal range .. and Metformin is not needed anymore!

The Daily diabetic diary was kept and shown to the doctor at the next appointment and the doctor was equally surprised and confirmed that pills are not needed anymore. It’s a moment of Extreme JOY and Relief!

That’s not all!

In the process, 10 pounds was lost in the first 28 days and then 13 pounds in 45 days … all without any exercises!

Eating according to the two-step meal plan makes you look good .. feel younger and brings wonderful peace of mind that I didn’t have before when knowing that cheating and eating foods that shouldn’t be eaten as a diabetic.

Popping a chocolate chip cookie into the mouth maybe a moment of cheating when no one is watching .. but who’s going to pay for the price for all the unhealthy food taken in behind closed doors where there were no eyes to judge?

Will it work for you?

If you are willing to follow diligently and eat the recommended delicious nourishing foods, you can almost certainly lower your blood sugar and lose weight!

It’s really a Choice: Eat for Health or Not to?

Either you slowly watch as complications creep into your life. Most of the diabetic complications are irreversible by the way ..eyesight doesn’t return .. you don’t get your leg back after amputation .. kidney and heart disease as well as painful neuropathy.

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Type 2 diabetes targets the Overweight Children!

Its seems logical but Type 2 diabetes is most likely to affect children who are overweight, having a family history of diabetes, have unhealthy eating habits and lack of physical activity.

Increased rates of obesity world-wide parallels the increased diabetes prevalence.

The challenge lies in detecting the ailment – 40 percent to 50 percent of diabetes are undiagnosed. They find out only during routine health checks or incidentally while doing other medial tests. In mild cases, there are no symptoms.

Some do feel the following symptoms – loss of weight, tiredness, thirst and drinking more and urinating more. But in these cases, they likely already have a more advanced disease.

While diabetes cannot be cured, it can be kept under control. Type 1 diabetes will require a regular dose of insulin, as prescribed by a doctor. Mild Type 2 diabetes may be controlled through diet and exercise, with little or no medicine.

However, most Type 2 diabetes will eventually require oral medication to control the blood sugar level and possibly insulin injections in the later stage of the disease.

The basic treatment strategy is to maintain a good control over the amount of glucose in your blood, eat a balanced diet, exercise regularly and watch your weight. These will prevent the onset of diabetes.

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20% with diabetes are under 40 years old

One in nine has diabetes and unhealthy lifestyle a major factor.

The rate goes up to three in 10 for those aged 60 and above. Another worrying trend: The prevalence of diabetes among the younger ones are also on the rise too.

It was once a disease associated with the elderly, but now 20 percent of those diabetes are under 40. Some, less than 16 years of age are diagnosed as Type 2 diabetes in the paediatric department.

There are two kinds of diabetes: Type 1 and Type 2.

In Type 2 diabetes, the pancreas can produce insulin but the body is resistant to it. It is often associated with being overweight. Different from Type 1 diabetes, where the pancreas is  unable to make sufficient insulin.

Both scenarios lead to a rising glucose level in the blood, which paves the way to pre-diabetes, then diabetes.

Insulin helps bring down blood sugar levels to normal whenever we have a meal. As the carbohydrates we eat are digested into simple sugars, blood sugar levels rise in the blood, but this usually returns to normal in people without diabetes.

However, people with diabetes are unable to do this properly and hence have high blood sugar levels that result in complications associated with diabetes.

Usually, Type 1 diabetes presents more acutely, with the child being very sick as they go into diabetic ketoacidosis, when toxin builds up in the body. It can strike at a young age, in fact some babies get diabetes soon after they are born and we call that neonatal diabetes.

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6 Shocking Causes of Arthritis You Don’t Know About (But Should)

Asking a doctor why you have arthritis and you’ll probably hear a rambling response involving vague phrases like “multiple causes”, “inflammation” and “genetics”.

There’s some truth to the fact that many things contribute to arthritis. But most of these fly under the radar screen of most doctors (and many of their patients).

That’s why I’m shedding light are 6 of the Most Common (yet unknown) Arthritis Causes:

#1- Smoking:

It’s no secret that smoking rips your lungs to shreds. According to research published in Arthritis & Rheumatism, people who smoke have double the risk of developing arthritis than those that “say no to butts.”

How does a pack a day habit make your joints ache? Scientists have found that smoking dramatically escalates your body’s inflammation levels –the underlying cause of all arthritis.

#2- Eating Red Meat:

You choose chicken over steak for your heart. But could that occasional breakfast bacon bout lead to arthritis?

Dorothy Pattison of National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society discovered that people who regularly red meat doubled their risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis. The saturated fat in red meat seems to bumps up inflammation –leading to arthritis.

#3- Not Enough Vitamin C:

People who don’t eat vitamin C rich fruits and veggies are playing Russian roulette with arthritis. Duke University researchers found that people who didn’t get enough vitamin C had higher rates of osteoarthritis –the most common form of arthritis.

#4- Watching TV:

Believe it or Not … People that watch TV are much more likely to suffer from the extra pounds that often lead to arthritis. Flipping channels actually burns less calories than sleeping. Also, inactive joints are much more susceptible to arthritis “flare ups”.

To prevent arthritis (and obesity) limit your TV watching to an hour or less per day.

#5- Being Alone:

Drop by the neighbours’ house, pick up the phone, or shoot off an email: being socially connected significantly reduces your risk of struggling with severe arthritis.

Researchers at the University of Oxford found that people who were socially isolated tended to have more severe rheumatoid arthritis than those with a strong social network.

#6- Allergies:

Whether you’re allergic to peanuts or pollen, those allergies can make your joints cry out in pain. Allergies make your body’s immune system go haywire –making inflammation spiral out of control.

That’s why people with allergies are much more likely to have arthritis joints than those who are allergy free.

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4 Superfoods that Knocks Out Arthritis Pain in a Flash

It’s well understood that your diet plays a crucial role in your arthritis pain. While the same foods that give you a trim waist and clear arteries will likely relieve your pain, a couple of foods stand head and shoulders above the rest.

Add these 4 pain-fighting superfoods to your diet and you’ll probably feel a difference a few minutes after your last bite.

Blueberries

Blueberries are overflowing with nutrients that KO arthritis pain. Yummy blueberries are especially rich in crucial compounds called antioxidants. Antioxidants are your body’s bodyguards that protect your joints from damage. If you don’t get enough of them, expect epic arthritis flare-ups to take hold.

In fact, a USDA commissioned study found that wild blueberries have more antioxidants than any other food on planet Earth! Research at the University of Prince Edward Island recently found that eating blueberries significantly reduced arthritis pain.

Green Tea

If you have arthritis, there’s an acronym that should be part of your vocabulary: EGCG. EGCG is the insanely beneficial compound found only in green tea that fights everything from cancer to cavities.

Used for centuries as a pain reliever in China, green tea is earning the notice of University researchers in the West. A study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science found that EGCG drops inflammation and relieves pain in people with severe arthritis.

Broccoli

If you’re like most people, your mother made you down this bitter green cruciferous veggie as a kid. If you followed to her advice into adulthood, you may not have arthritis today. Scientists at the University of East Anglia recently figured out why broccoli helps people with osteoarthritis –by far, the most common arthritis type.

They found that broccoli (and only broccoli) contains a funny sounding nutrient called sulforaphane. Sulforaphane presses the “OFF” button on enzymes that destroy vulnerable joints and cartridge.

Kidney Beans

In terms of arthritis pain, kidney beans have a lot going for them. First, it’s got almost as much antioxidants per ounce as blueberries. Also, they’re one of the few carbohydrate sources known as “slow carbs.” Slow carbs are digested and absorbed slowly –unlike white bread, potatoes, and soda. Studies show that replacing rapidly digesting carbs with slow carbs relieves arthritis pain.

Last (but not least), kidney beans are bursting with soluble fiber. Soluble fiber fights appetite and accelerates the weight loss results you get from dieting.

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5 Ways to Manage your Diet for Diabetes

With blessings from my good friend Caire, I am sharing her real life story since her diagnosis with juvenile diabetes, where her diet has changed dramatically and maintain her weight with a great diet.

Caire, a childhood good friend of mine was diagnosis with diabetes at the age of eleven, her diet has changed dramatically. She maintain her current healthy weight with a great diet/eating plan.

Caire had diabetes for seven years now, but to tell you that how she maintain weight is perfect would be totally wrong of me. However, I can advise you to follow her steps because I got to know from Caire what works and what doesn’t. Before I really begin I must also say that I have been brought up by great parents who taught me to eat everything, and so I do! And with the sharing of what Caire does for her diet, it make more sense why we should be wary of our diet whether you are diagnosis with diabetes or not. If there is something that you don’t like, there are loads of other diabetic recipes and ideas that you will eat and appreciate.

Caire is a university student and she like to buy fresh and organic produce from where she live. Caire believe that this is important because it can be the most good for your body and contain more nutrients and vitamins than most supermarket produce. She like to source food from her fortnightly farmers market in town, which sells amazing meat and dairy produce and fresh in season fruit and vegetables. This is another important thing to remember, that eating fruit and vegetables in their season means that they will taste better as well as doing you good. She have a lot of influence from Western European cuisine (mainly France and Italy) as you will tell, but she do not profess to be a chef and everything is easy to make and very convenient.

Caire have read countless diet books and diabetic recipe/diet books, and came to a conclusion that she think really works. One of my aunt who was a diabetes patient before and knows Caire, agreed with her as well. Caire fused all the good things from the diets (but not from every diet) and sort of put together her own one. She call this my Juvenile Diabetes Healthy Diet!

The “rules” that she would lay down are as follows:

1. Cut back on snacks and then change the type of snacks you eat.
Certainly the biggest downfall although it wasn’t really apparent to her. When she first started at University, she had little or no routine which meant that filling my day was difficult and popping into the kitchen for a snack, no matter how healthy it felt, was a regular occurrence. This is one of the hardest things to do for some people, but establishing a great routine is essential to great diabetes care. The types of snacks to be eating are unsalted nuts, dried unsweetened fruit, fresh fruit, fresh vegetables (she loves fresh red pepper and cucumber), dark chocolate (richer and nicer and she only want 2 squares usually).

2. Cut back on white flour and embrace wholemeal carbs.
This is the most essential part of your diet, and the thing that can show the biggest increase in loss of weight. Some diets in fact just focus on this point, and are very successful. Wholemeal (especially stoneground wholemeal) is so good for you and has so much more flavour in it that switching is much easier than you think. Most people are really surprised at the ranges you can get in you supermarket, again remember that the bread that is best for you is the one that is freshest with least preservatives or added ingredients. Also, brown or basmati rice is great with a lovely nutty texture. Wholemeal pasta is great and for your potatoes, the smaller new potatoes is best recommended.

3. Stop drinking cocktails, start drinking wine.
Cocktails are full of sugar, colourants and preservatives. As a student we have had loads of practice at going out and not drinking cocktails, so Caire’s drink of choice is Malibu and Diet Coke if she feel she have to drink something and she make it last all night. she will then top up with Diet Coke (which has almost no sugar in it) and it looks as though she is drinking Malibu, who is to know. If you are out at a restaurant, red wine is much better than anything else you can order, (except water of course!) and it has been proven that the anti-oxidants in red wine are great for keeping a healthy heart. The recommended amount is one glass a day with your evening meal.

4. Start cooking more fruit and vegetables.
Fresh fruit and vegetables are a great way to get all the vitamins and minerals you need. And there are so many different ways in which to cook vegetables, but we find that raw is the best followed closely by steamed. Both of these ways preserve all their natural goodness as well.

5. Drink more water.
We all know you have heard people say this many times before, but the benefits of drinking more water are endless. A few tips on how to get more water into your day are firstly to put bottles of water at all the places you go in the house or work. So do keep one in your desk, on your desk, a glass in the kitchen, the bedroom, the sitting room, etc. Try and drink all these glasses up and you will be well on your way to 8 glasses a day. The trick is to add a glass every few days or so, if you try to drink all that water in one go you won’t be so inclined to drink 8 glasses again, trust me! Have a go, it’s amazing how great you will feel.

For further tips on eating diabetes friendly recipe meals, Check Out Delicious – the ultimate Diabetic Cookbook.