It’s no new that most people suffering from baldness experience anxiety, depression, low self-esteem or other emotional problems. Hair loss can affect your social life or relationship with your partner or spouse.
While there has been a big advance in the hair loss treatment, this area of medicine also has its limitation and bureaucratic setback that delays new drugs and cost billions of dollars in research phases.
The fact is that most baldness treatments available right now just don’t cut it. Many men and women have tried treatments or products to help reverse or stop their hair loss to no avail.
There have been people who had their head disfigured by terrible transplants. Or who may have burned their fingers on all manner of hair loss cures, spending lots of money, time and emotional investment on ineffective treatments.
Research has shown that hair loss is a major worry for most men and women, ranking amongst their top three concerns. Most experts asserted that baldness is genetic and there is little anyone can do to prevent it. Is either you accept going bald because it’s a natural part of life for a significant proportion of people. Or you can risk baldness treatment protocol that won’t produce the desired result.
However, there was a research carried out by University of Pennsylvania that found baldness may be due to a little-known enzyme called prostaglandin D2, or PGD2 inhibiting hair follicles from growing hair.
Each hair in your head has a growth cycle and this growth cycle starts to deteriorate as hair follicle shrinks, producing thinner and shorter strands of hair. At some point, the growth cycle for each hair will seize and no new hair will grow in its place.
If this PGD2 enzyme is turned off, in theory it may allow your hair follicles to start producing new hairs again.*
That is why David McKenna has taken matters into his own hands and came out with a natural treatment protocol that attempts to mimick what scientists at John Hopkins University and the University of Pennsylvania have discovered.
Regrow Hair Protocol details natural methods and ingredients for growing your hair back. David McKenna dedicated his time to research PGD2, the enzyme that instructs the hair follicles to stop producing hair.
The intriguing part is that this compound can also be found in specific foods, and some special wines. So he duplicated the exact amounts which, according to the research, could turn the follicles back on.
After further investigation, David also uncovered several minerals and vitamins that can speed up this process.
To help other people who are suffering from hair loss, David McKenna packaged all the materials, the research, the working combinations and experiments to create a comprehensive, easy and step-by-step hair restoration program called “Regrow Hair Protocol”, which includes:
Note that the process will not completely alter your diet, all you need to do is add a few of the combinations of the natural ingredients to your meal each day.*
David McKenna is 48 years old and the manager of a small family-run legal firm. He lives in East Providence, Rhode Island, with his wife, Sarah. David is one of those guys that have tried many hair loss treatments often to no avail.
He has tried many of the popular treatments such as Rogaine and Finasteride without much success. Moreover, he suffered from side effects of these medications which include swelling, dizziness, headaches, rash, and difficulty urinating.
While all conventional treatments for hair loss he had tried in the past merely helped albeit poorly - to grow back a few little hairs. The tide finally turned in his favor when he stumbled across the research.
David McKenna’s Regrow Hair Protocol works by targeting an enzyme called Prostaglandin D2, it’s this enzyme that instructs your hair follicles to stop producing hair. However, certain natural ingredients when combined together in the right quantities can block PGD2.