Baldness, often the brunt of jokes, is not just a concern for the men. It may be a sign that other areas of our health are at risk. Baldness is a medical condition that affects 25% of men in their 20s and 2/3 of all men after the age of 60. Approximately 40 million men and 20 million women in the United States are affected. Considered as hereditary, it continues to create a stigma, both aesthetically and psychologically for women and men. Exceptionally there are some people for whom it is not an issue. Baldness is connected to an auto-immune disease, a disease that results from your body attacking itself. It may be caused by a fungal infection. Baldness is no longer undefeated. Treatments range from the medicinal to the surgical.

Anagen is the active growing phase of hair. Research shows an active correlation between Glutathione content and the percentage of Anagen hairs present in the scalp, concluding that Glutathione helps maintain the hair growth cycle. Researchers theorize that free radical formation plays a role in male pattern baldness. It is possible to break down the products of oxidative stress in bald and hairy areas of the scalp. The values are doubled in the balding areas. And the hairy areas have almost three times as much Glutathione.The suggestion is that Glutathione plays a protective role.

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