Premature gray hair? 5/5 (1)

Have you ever seen the hair of Presidents?

When they first start office, their hair looks quite good.

At the end of their term, man, they are looking pretty gray.

Presidents I get.

What about the rest of us?

Why do some of us at younger ages get premature gray hair?

What causes premature gray hair?

Two things – and they are linked.

  1. High stress
  2. Low glutathione levels

When you get stressed, your body has to break down the stress neurotransmitters.

These are dopamine, norepinephrine, epinephrine and serotonin.

As these breakdown, they release some nasty compounds.

  • Hydrogen peroxide
  • Aldehydes

Have you ever played with hydrogen peroxide or accidentally spilled some on your clothes?

What happens?

It turns them white.

The same goes for your hair.

The more stress you encounter, the more neurotransmitters you release and the more hydrogen peroxide you release.

This uses up precious glutathione.

Glutathione is your body’s primary antioxidant and protector against hydrogen peroxide.

Bottom line to reduce or even reverse gray hair (if not too ‘old’ 🙂 )

  • Reduce stress via meditation, exercise, proper diet, sleep, breathing
  • Using adaptogens which help take the edge off – such as Optimal Adrenal
  • Refilling your glutathione tank by taking liposomal glutathione

Here is a one minute video describing the process of what causes premature gray hair:

Have you had early onset of gray hair?

Were you stressed? Exposed to chemicals? Ate an unhealthy diet? All of them?

Share your story. Leave a comment below.

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Comments 3

  1. This is a fantastic example. You’ll notice every president experiences advanced aging from the time he is elected within his 2nd to 3rd year. And by the end of a 4 year term, it’s amazing to see his before and after pictures.

  2. I began greying in my early 20’s. Loreal was available because we were worth it. LOL!! Growing up in a physically abusive home where it was taboo to this day to as much as hint that it was going on is such a shame. Oh the healing and help that could have resulted from just being heard, validated, supported and understood. But Loreal was available and helped me at least look like I felt inside, that I did have worth and a voice whether anyone was listening audibly or not.

    Upon high school graduation in an attempt to remove myself from the emotional and physical abuse, I moved to live with my father and step-mom 435 miles away only to find that I’d exchanged one disfunctional family environment for another. Loreal was consistant. 🙂

    In an attempt to find the love, acceptance and a peaceful home environment I so longed for, I unequally yoked myself in marriage too young and vulnerable to be doing so not to mention my own need for healing and wholeness preferably pre marriage. Loreal was faithful throughout the marriage at least. 🙂

    Now it all makes sense. I’m forever grateful for Loreal. LOL!!

    Fastforward 30 years and I now have a lot of gray mingling beautifully with my blonde hair. However, I’m looking forward to working the Dirty Genes protocols. Particularly at my current age, it’s my hope to provide an even more powerful testimony of what is possible when we clean our genes.

  3. Who’s to say presidents haven’t just dyed their hair while campaigning then let it go after being in office? Yes the office is stressful for sure but would be interesting to have controlled studies on the hair color etc

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