Noticing that your hair is thinning for the first time is usually something that you just want to forget about, but it’s always there, waiting for the next time you notice. Well, there is no need to push it away any longer. I have a solution. A solution that I came across quite accidentally.

No hair clinics for me, thank you very!

My hairy story

During my 20s and 30s, hairdressers and barbers would regularly comment that there was no chance of my going bald because my hair was so thick. There was a little baldness on my mother’s side of the gene pool but that’s all.

2013 was the first time I noticed, that after I had shaved my head the top wasn’t coming back like the rest. Uh oh!

In 2014, I heard about how mineral supplements could fix my knees and considerably reduce my risk of cancer. Since I had bad knees and I smoked, I immediately became very interested. If I hadn’t decided to drop in to see an old friend I probably wouldn’t have heard about it.

Here I am 7 years later and my hair if anything has gotten a little thicker, certainly not thinner.

Also, in 2013 my hair was virtually white. Now the color has come back slightly. It didn’t go back to red, but it is a strawberry blond.

I think early intervention is key.

So, I wouldn’t say that I found the cure for baldness, but the thinning process seems to have been halted.

Male Pattern Baldness and Alopecia (hair loss)

In 2014 I saw Dr. Joel Wallach being interviewed on television. He was talking about health problems that could be prevented, even reversed with the right nutrients.

I began the supplement program he developed as a result of 10 years of research for the NIH, and read his book. That’s when I came across the following.

According to Dr. Wallach, male pattern baldness in lab animals has been shown to be the result of a deficiency of the mineral, tin.

People, including myself, report that the onset of baldness was reversed through mineral supplements. Dr. Wallach (1999), reported having had considerable hair regrowth following the use of plant-derived colloidal tin.


This has been found to be the result of a zinc deficiency.

Symptoms and Diseases of Zinc Deficiency

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  • Snacking
    • This is your body driving you to eat what it needs and continues if the snacks are inadequate.
      • This especially happens with people who attempt to cut salt from their diets.
      • Salt doesn’t make you fat because it contains no carbon.
      • Cutting out salt may make you fat.
      • Salt sensitivity and hypertension (elevated blood pressure) is the result of a calcium deficiency. (Wallach, 1999)
  • Loss of sense of smell
  • Loss of sense of taste
  • Infertility
  • Failure of wounds and ulcers to heal
  • Immune status failure
  • Poor growth (short stature)
  • High infant mortality
  • Hypogonadism (small poorly functioning ovaries or testes)
  • Perpetual prepubic state
  • Anemia
  • Alopecia (hair loss)
  • Acrodermatitis enteropathica (parakeratosis)
  • “Frizzy” hair
  • Diarrhea
  • Depression
  • Paranoia
  • Oral and perioral dermatitis
  • Weight loss (anorexia nervosa, bulimia)
    • People who starve themselves excessively can suddenly realize they are trapped in their starvation routine
  • Benign prostatic hypertrophy (noncancerous prostatic enlargement)
  • Severe body odor
    • I used to use Exit Mold on my armpits to kill body odor which would come sometimes. This hasn’t been necessary since I began supplementing.

(Wallach, 1999, pp. 272-3)


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Thinning hair, baldness, alopecia, etc., can be mitigated with zinc and tin colloidal supplements.

On top of this everybody needs a solid nutritional baseline. Youngevity has monthly supplement packs developed by Dr. Wallach that 90 essential nutrients including 60 colloidal minerals.

Modern medicine is very good at treating symptoms. Not so good at stopping the symptoms from reoccurring. I’m all for prevention over cure. The thickening of my hair was an unexpected bonus.

To find out more about the supplement program developed by Dr. Wallach, head over to:


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I hope you enjoyed this article, I know many people are aware of the connection between minerals and the immune system but I also know that there are many more who don’t and I am passionate about this subject.

If you have any questions or anything to say, I would encourage you to leave a comment below.

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Thank you.




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