Everyone is different, but as Certified Health Coach and also a person with Celiac Disease, I recommend that most everyone stay away from wheat, period. I advocate to many clients to limit grains all together. But knowing that each of us is different, the best way to find out about whether wheat is bad for you is to eliminate it from your diet for 2-4 weeks, then eat it again. (if you want to) Then, listen to your body and see what it tells you. Also pay attention to the way your body feels while you are eliminating the wheat/barley and rye (oatmeal optional, can be cross contaminated).Good Luck and wishing you the best!
Men suffering from hair loss generally have elevated levels of a hormone called dihydrotestosterone (DHT) in their scalp. DHT is a chemical by-product of the male hormone testosterone. When testosterone gets converted to DHT in the scalp, the result is hair loss. Procerin's active ingredients are specifically formulated to block this transformation into DHT, and stop the hair loss that DHT causes.
Procerin blocks DHT without reacting with testosterone (as some prescription medications do). This can stop the further loss of hair from the scalp without the sexual side effects of prescription drugs like finasteride (Propecia). Men of all ages, and all levels of hair loss, can benefit from Procerin. Whether you are concerned about stopping hair loss before it becomes a problem, or already have significant loss of hair, Procerin can help.
In recent years, we've seen the word syndrome used rather loosely. For example, SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) is caused by a virus but is still called a syndrome. Similarly, AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome) is still used, despite the identification of HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) as the culprit. Technically, HIV infection is the disease, and AIDS is the syndrome—the set of symptoms—caused by it; one can have the HIV infection without having AIDS. Individuals can carry the HIV infection for years before symptoms appeared. (Today, those with HIV are being treated before symptoms appear.) The terms HIV and AIDS overlap substantially, and sometimes you can only tell what a particular person (even a medical person) means by the context of the use. AIDS acquired the label of syndrome before the cause was known, and it has stuck.