What causes gray hair?

A deficiency in the Mineral Copper and the Amino Acid Tyrosine is the cause of gray hair. It is NOT due to aging, stress, nor is it genetic. Copper and Tyrosine are necessary for the formation of melanin, which is the pigment that colors our hair and skin. If you run out of copper and/or Tyrosine, your body cannot produce melanin, and you hair turns gray or white. Interestingly enough, copper is also necessary for the healthy function of the Thyroid gland, the elasticity of the skin, and the integrity of blood vessels. Hypo-thyroid conditions, hemorrhoids, varicose veins, spider veins, and aneurisms are all due, in large part, to uncontrolled, undiagnosed, copper deficiencies. So - if you have white or gray hair, and you have hemorrhoids, spider veins or varicose veins, have yourself checked for an aneurism and start a course of medical nutrition. You don't know what you are missing…




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