Foods That Block DHT

Written by kristeen cherney
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According to aidhairloss.com, the presence of a hormone called dihydrotestosterone (DHT) is linked to about 95 per cent of hair loss cases. Consuming DHT-blocking foods may reduce the rate of hair loss.

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Green Tea

According to aidhairloss.com, green tea removes toxins from the body and can help regrow hair.

Seafood

Seafood, particularly shellfish, contains high levels of zinc, which, according to aidhairloss.com, is a natural DHT blocker.

Soy

Foods that are made of soy are naturally low in cholesterol, which helps to prevent DHT from being released in your body. According to aidhairloss.com, 5-alpha reductase, an enzyme produced from cholesterol, increases DHT.

Extracts

Certain DHT-blocking extracts can be added to foods. These include emu oil, saw palmetto extract and pumpkin seed oil.

Pygeum Exctract

Pygeum extract is exclusively beneficial to men. According to aidhairloss.com, pygeum extract blocks cholesterol accumulation in the prostate which prevents the release of DHT.

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