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 Posted 4/12/2013 5:05:07 PM
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Hmm… I found this interesting… im still on the thought track of deficiencies... the answer is out there... we will find it...

"Diatomaceous Earth - Human Use 

Diatomaceous Earth is 84% Silicon Dioxide (Silica)

There is no life without Silica

In 1939, the Nobel Prize winner for chemistry, Professor Adolf Butenant, proved that life could not exist without Silica.

Doctors of Science Loïc Le Ribault and Luc Verardo established the laboratory at LLRG5 LTD, Ireland in 1999. Today it manufactures 70% absorbable organic silicon, in comparison to other brands, which after testing show an absorption rate of just 15-20%.

The importance of silicon to bone has been highlighted in the orthopedic field where silicon-containing compounds are commonly used to help the healing of bone. In addition, silicon has been shown to be beneficial in humans hair, skin and nails.

Anti Aging Effect!

"D.E. has many beneficial effects, but it is the anti-aging effect that I have seen most pronounced as a change in myself. Rather remarkably, since I have been eating D.E., I have stopped needing to bleach my hair. It has gone from a mousy mostly grey to a luscious blond/brown (my pre-65 year old hair color) . . . " From a PhD in New York

References:

http://curezone.com/forums/am.asp?i=1310159

http://www.llrg5.com/

http://www.earthworkshealth.com/human-use-testimonials.php





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I found my first gray hair at the age of 16.  My maternal grandmother said her sister was completely white headed by the age of 18 while at the age of  50 she still had about 25% dark in her hair (not much encouragement).  My mother who is now 70 has only one or two white hairs and it is the same with my Mother-in-law. My Father was almost totally white headed by the age of 40. Over the years I have tried every vitamin and supplement that is suppose to help as I can see how a deficiency would cause your hair to turn white unnecessarily early.  I feel that if it is a normal by-product of aging and you can do something to slow down the aging process then your hair color would return.  However if it is genetic...I'm thinking that you will have to just dye your hair or get comfortable with the color.  I have been dying my hair for over 25 years, I hate it, but I didn't want to look older than my mother.
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Anyone try out MTHF even without having the obvious C677T or A1298C mutations? From reading online it appears like it might make a difference if your amino panel results seem odd due to potential mutations downstream from MTHFR.

I haven't been taking it long enough to retake my amino panel yet to see what happens.
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http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2013-05/foas-gha050313.php

Well, isn't this interesting?  At first I thought it was going to be another bogus "grey hair cure" press release from Go Away Grey.


But if this is really from the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, then this could be legit. 

Note that after all the bogus stuff from L'oreal's researcher, I am not claiming this is the real deal.  The press release never mentions who is going to develop this treatment nor provides any details on it other than the research.


But it's gotten my attention AND there's no sign it's tied in with L'Oreal (thank God).
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Sounds good. 

Wonder why people like Durk Pearson who consume massive amounts of antioxidants have completely white hair in their middle years.  Am guessing that orally consumed antioxidants don't get into the hair follicles.  And what causes more oxidative stress therein for some but not others? A genetic disposition?  Could excessive oiliness such as that caused by androgenic hormone stimulation result in increased lipid peroxidation? 
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PMID: 16940192 seems interesting regarding the points you brought up and would be heavily affected by genetic disposition.

I'm looking at this in my own case as I need very high doses of manganese to balance (30mg/day) and it could be due to this cause.

If it turns out to be helpful it might be worth trying to get LEF Mix switched to 5-MTHF from lemon peel folate. Food folates tend to be better than 'folic acid' but still appear to need conversion to some forms of active folate and formation of methyfolate can be blocked by at least known mutations in both MTHFD1 and MTHFR.
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StarGazer2 good find. Now the question is are they going to make official medical claims and go through FDA trials or sell it as a cosmetic? If it's just as a cosmetic then it might be possible to get it a lot sooner. Not sure if being a catalase treatment a prescription would be needed although it's possible since they're claiming it treats vitiligo.

Edit: PC-KUS is already available and has been for years:

http://www.vitiligoguide.com/pseudocatalase-and-vitiligo/

Is this a different version of it or did they just discover that it also reverses gray hair? You can buy it from Germany and the UK without a prescription so people can try it out now.
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StarGazer2 good find. I agree. without prescription... how much is it...

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StarGazer2 good find. I agree. without prescription... how much is it...


Ok not sure about the prescription part but if you google PC-KUS people are using it now and claiming good results for their vitiligo. It needs UVB-activation to work, which I'm assuming is gotten through sunlight or lamps? Might not be a treatment for everybody.
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