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Hair growth is a dynamic process that consists of several phases, including the anagen, catagen, and telogen phases. The duration and health of each phase directly impact the length, thickness, and overall appearance of our hair. Recent research has found that spermidine supplementation has a beneficial impact on the anagen phase, which is the period in which hair growth occurs.

A Look at Recent Findings

Spermidine Supplementation and Its Effect
on Hair Health

In a double-blind, randomized and placebo-controlled experiment, 100 men and women were separated into two groups: a placebo group and a treatment group. Participants in the treatment group took an oral spermidine supplement after their main meal once a day. This study specifically looked at the anagen phase of the hair growth cycle – the phase in which hair growth occurs. Treatment (spermidine supplementation) was administered over a span of…

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What is spermidine?
What is spermidine? Our bodies naturally produce spermidine in nearly every cell of our body, though as the body ages, our spermidine levels decline. Our body’s cellular health declines as well as our natural cellular maintenance processes begin to slow down. People who experience chronic inflammation and low immunity may benefit from an increase in spermidine…
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Polyamines in Aging
and Disease

Intriguingly, external supplementation of spermidine exerts various beneficial effects on aging and age-related diseases. For example, spermidine feeding extends lifespan across species, promotes cardio- and neuroprotection, stimulates antineoplastic immune response and may avoid…
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