WorldHairLoss “Hot Topics” Show #1

September 13th, 2011, 4:12 pm


The hair loss community now has an internet show -and you’re a part of it.

Finally… the very first “Hot Topics”  -a periodic broadcast of current happenings in the world of hair loss!  It’ll be open to a wide variety of topics and people.  If you have something you’d like to discuss, just get us word that you’d like to be on. 

We’ll be getting better and better as we go along with the tech -and our interview skills, too!  Actually, we meant to start these shows a long time ago, but life got in the way and now we’re finally green-lighting them. 

It made sense for the primary focus of this first show to be Immortal’s “Top Six” and the Ortho-Nutrition supplement line since there are a lot of questions about them and many don’t really know how each ingredient helps us fight hair loss.

We start with Nidhogge and then hand it over to Immortal. Afterwards, Joe touches on stress and his upcoming topicals, and Action-Reaction gives a tease about his soon-to-be posted article on chelation.

@ 1:41 - Nidhogge, Ortho-Nutrition Supplement Line
@5:22 - Stabilized R-Lipoic Acid
@7:53 - Decalcify (Boron, K2 MK7, K2 MK4, Zinc, Magnesium, Potassium)
@9:37 - Antarctic Krill Oil
@11:33 - Pure Ecklonia Cava
@13:31 - Antioxidant Boost (Curcumin, Resveratrol, Sulforaphane)
@15:51 - Topical Update

@17:53 - Immortal Hair (Backround of Top Six, Lots of things)

@26:49 - Joe the Zix Guy (Stress, Zix basics, new topical)
@27:25 - Stress and “SAAB” (Stress Accelerated Androgenic Balding)
@29:22 - Upcoming Topical Advancements: Azelaic Acid
@30:41 - Bayberry Extract

@34:24 - Action-Reaction (Chelation)

@38:14 - Closing (WHL Registration, etc.)

I hope you enjoy it, and we’ll get better as we go along!  The next one will be out before too long.

Note:  I had to upload this video on my personal YouTube account because the WorldHairLoss one isn’t authorized for videos over 15 minutes yet.  As soon as it is, I’m going to delete this one and upload it again to the WorldHairLoss one -so don’t worry if all of a sudden the video is gone one day!  I simply moved it -and I’ll try to remember to update link.

-John Christian
a.k.a “OverMachoGrande”


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The Zix Creator

The Zix Creator


September 13th, 2011, 08:14 PM

I hate the sound of my voice. Always did. I can’t believe I really sound like that! LOL!




September 14th, 2011, 07:17 PM

It was really great to see all of you guys together. Being able to put faces to names was great. Looking forward to more of this in the future. It is clear that a lot of work was put into this.




September 16th, 2011, 10:51 AM

I think it’s a law that you have to hate the sound of your voice! lol…

Hopefully we can eventually take this live and set up a call in number -that’d be really fun!  I’m sure there would be people out there that would try as hard as they could to stump us with hard questions! lol…


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September 25th, 2011, 10:43 AM

Great job guys. It’s nice to have faces and voices to go with the print.  Looks like you’re not the nut jobs I thought you were! (kidding)

Looking forward to seeing where you guys take this new medium.  One lost opportunity, I think, was to get IH’s take on lasers.  A while back it was mentioned that OMG was building him a helmet, but I never heard any more info on that.

All in all, you guys are talented and your dedication is very much appreciated.

Tried a lot of things, never stuck with anything. Don’t do that




September 25th, 2011, 12:14 PM

Hey, mj!

If you look in the background on Immortal’s segment, you can see a box with a red “This Side Up” sticker on it.  That is indeed the box of a Laser Messiah! Oh, and I can actually write “Laser Messiah®” now, too.  It’s legally registered.

So, he’s had one –I don’t think he uses it like he should, but I don’t stick to the top six like I should either!  Yeah, we both are so passionate about or own regimens that gave us so much success that it’s hard to keep with other elements sometimes (...which is also known as “LAZINESS”!).

I really want to express that it wasn’t a lost opportunity to not focus on lasers, though.  I, of course, think it’s the greatest treatment there is [when done correctly], and I hear from people quite literally every single week that are extatic about their results. We intend to do A LOT of these shows on every topic, and since people already associate me so much with lasers, I told people not to mention the word “laser” in this first show so people wouldn’t think of it as the “OverMachoGrande Laser Hour”.

Immortal has very positive feelings regarding lasers (what logical person WOULDN’T -it’s crazy to feel otherwise) as well as the synergy between his top six, and I’ll get him back on to talk about his research on them so there will be no misunderstanding about his position! 

So, lol… yes, there will be much laser talk.  Also, I know we’ve got a bunch of laser stuff coming up really soon with the pulse device -an article, product review, a big segment on a hot topics show, that I don’t want people to think it’s overkill.

Stay tuned…


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Immortal Hair

Immortal Hair


September 25th, 2011, 02:28 PM

mj - OMG is right, that box is the laser helmet he made for me. Lasers really do quite a lot. In fact, prior to learning much about them in hair loss, I had used them for the treatment of patients with poor circulation (these were of a different wavelength) in the extremities. It had unquestionable anti-inflammatory action and would boost circulation to the tissue substantially.

In regards to lasers for hair growth, they provide a lot when it is the right power, and used correctly.

For example, OMG uses a level of energy and wavelength that increases the activity of the antioxidant enzyme catalase and glutathione peroxidase. The former is useful in prevention of gray hair (helps prevent the hydroxyl radical from depleting the melanin pigment for hair). Glutathione peroxidase is typically low in MPB, so boosting levels of this is vital for scavenging reactive oxygen species (free radicals).

Also, it increases the production of superoxide dismutase, which helps neutralize peroxynitrite and superoxide free radicals. Lasers also improve wound healing, and boost (VEGF) to increase the growth of new blood vessels or capillary growth; naturally all of these actions reduces inflammation.

Actually all of these actions help increase oxygen to the tissue, which is ultimately the effect to achieve hair growth.

Lasers also offer anti-bacterial and anti-pathogenic activity. With hair loss is usually a chronic, low grade infection in scalp tissue.

One thing that probably doesn’t get a lot of attention is that some who suffer from MPB have issues with the GI tract, in which their intestinal villi is damaged. This compromises nutrient assimilation into the portal vein, into the liver. For this group, lasers would have an advantage over the internal approach I use, which is
primary for me.

Both lasers independently or a comprehensive internal approach essentially donate electrons, increase oxygen and reduce inflammation.


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October 23rd, 2011, 01:24 PM

I have a small laser pointer of the same wavelength to the laser helmet. I have been experimenting giving my wart on my finger short blasts. It is shrinking to hardly anything it was. This may be coincidence but I suspect it is causing it to go. Also, I have problems with my joints clicking, knees bad in winter etc. This looks like early stages of arthritis (I’m 44). I have a feeling lasers may help with this too.

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