Will Creatine Raise DHT & Cause Hair Loss?

Will Creatine Raise DHT & Cause Hair Loss?

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  1. BestPriceNutrition.com says:

    @Anthony Vernali No worries, glad you found it. Thank you for watching.?

  2. Jason Gray says:

    DHT does not cause baldness. It is now known that prostaglandin PGD2 is
    responsible for baldness. PGD2 can be neutralized by PGF2A if you can get
    it. So it may be that creatine raises DHT.?

  3. Berdine Bulled says:

    Conventional treatment solution will keep you trapped in the baldness and
    also, bit by bit make your baldness worse.?

  4. Anthony Vernali says:

    wow sorry guys i have watched most of your videos but somehow missed this
    one and i just today asked a question about this on your website.. you can
    now ignore it ahaha woops?

  5. Rob Lewis says:

    Didier Drogba, don’t be stupid. His hair line might’ve been exactly the
    same WITHOUT creatine.

    It’s not enough to look at ONE PERSON who uses creatine who’s also balding
    and then saying “CREATINE CAUSES HAIR LOSS”.?

  6. BestPriceNutrition.com says:

    Does creatine increase dht levels? Does it cause hair loss? John dives into
    this topic!?

  7. dailusis arbuzelis says:

    what are your thoughts on amix nutrition creatine monohydrate?

  8. DANIEL MASON says:

    Oh right thanks for the feed back appreciate it guys lv ur vids really
    informative

  9. joe pg Pom says:

    research here speaks for itself jus look at him . ;p

  10. BestPriceNutrition.com says:

    Isn’t that crazy given that there is really only one study that has
    actually looked at it. Hopefully we get some more research on the topic.
    Thank you for watching.

  11. BestPriceNutrition.com says:

    In general the? natural T-booster category is lacking in empirical evidence
    in so far as their ability? to raise testosterone enough to increase muscle
    hypertrophy in otherwise healthy individuals. Hope? this helps.

  12. Josh Gaines says:

    I don’t want to be snacking down on chips for calories before work and so on

  13. BestPriceNutrition.com says:

    Thanks for the feedback.

  14. BestPriceNutrition.com says:

    They use Creapure which is the trademarked one from Germany that I
    recommend. Hope this helps.

  15. samraave says:

    What about con cret ?

  16. BestPriceNutrition.com says:

    Your best bet is to figure out your current caloric intake as this will
    tell you how many calories you are taking in to sustain your current
    weight. Try using MyFitnessPal for a couple weeks. From there we can help
    you increase your calories accordingly. OR We can make assumptions based on
    formulas and go from there. For more on how to do this check out the vid
    below, after watching if you have trouble w/ the math let me know and I’ll
    help /watch?v=yaw6hGQETT8

  17. BestPriceNutrition.com says:

    Come on now I acknowledge the power alleys 🙂

  18. Ali Shalou says:

    I use some DHT blocker shampoos like DS Laboratories Revita or Regenepure
    DR, also been taking Finasteride since I use testosterone boosters and have
    hereditary hair loss anyway! They worked for me! Creatine is just too good
    to miss!

  19. Josh Gaines says:

    Thanks guys 3000 calories is the daily goal but I’m 17, in school and I
    play baseball and also have a job any suggestion on how to take in healthy
    calories instead of eating fatty foods and I already bring shakes for lunch
    and keep protein in my car for after lunch any ideas?

  20. Laranja BJJ says:

    but you are going bald

  21. Mikel Archibeque says:

    Who’s Jeff Moriarty?

  22. Floda Reltih says:

    creatine give my acne on the inside of my lats

  23. DANIEL MASON says:

    Which creatine is better creatine monohydrate or creatine (HCL) As I have
    the latter any info would be great cheers

  24. shadowxkevin15 says:

    Hey John, was really hoping if you guys could do a review on Athletic Edge
    Nutrition PreSurge!!?? I would really appreciate it

  25. BestPriceNutrition.com says:

    If you are otherwise healthy and do not have a pre-existing condition it is
    highly unlikely there is an issue. Did your doc estimate your GFR based on
    age, serum creatinine, gender, and ethnic group? This is method is
    inaccurate as one must actually measure GFR and the research on this is
    abundant. Hope this helps.

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