Don't Get Hat Head! Chase Utley's Hair during the 2009 World Series

Posted by Rob Beale on Thu, Oct 29, 2009 @ 04:02 PM

What a night for Chase Utley, who set a major league record and hit a pair of home runs to help the Phillies beat the Yankees 6-1 in Game 1 of the World Series.

Pretty good for a guy supposedly nursing injuries. Utley also had a big opener in the World Series last season, homering against the Rays in Game 1.

But if you haven't seen Utley with his batting helmet off before, you might be wondering: What's up with the greasy kids stuff in his hair?

At first it looks like he has an uncontrollable sweating problem above the neck, but it's not his glands. In case you missed the reports last season, Utley uses something called LA Looks hair gel to ensure he never has "hat hair." This recently was confired by Philly fan @Aprouja, who has heard Utley say as much in a radio interview.

To read the full article by David Brown go here:;_ylt=Aht.mqZdCqhK2yZT0txz_545nYcB?urn=mlb,198886


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Health: Detox with Sonne's #7

Posted by Rob Beale on Mon, Jan 26, 2009 @ 09:13 AM
Here at Evolution Hair Centers, we have been using Sonne's #7 for years and through in-clinic analysis we've discovered that approximately 88% of cllients that went through the detox at the start of our hair growth program had better results at the end of the program than did the clients that did not start out with any kind of detox protocal.  

Sonne’s #7 Detoxificant, by Sonne’s Organic Foods, Inc., is an all-natural detoxification supplement derived from a rich volcanic clay known as Bentonite. Through a special process designed to isolate the detoxifying ingredient in Bentonite, Sonne’s #7 is able to absorb, or physically bind, positively charged substances in the body. According to the product website, the majority of metabolic, environmental, and chemical wastes that need eliminated from the body are indeed positively charged. The active ingredient in Sonne’s #7 is not digested, and so it is excreted from the body, along with the bound toxins. #7 Detoxificant is a part of Sonne’s 7 Day Cleansing Program Kit.
Ingredients At A Glance
Sonne’s #7 Detoxificant contains Bentonite, the mineral-rich volcanic clay mentioned above. However, through a refining process that removes mica, dirt, and impurities, Bentonite is reduced to its active detoxifying ingredient, Montmorillonite. This refining process is “exclusive and secret,” according to the product website. The description simply indicates that, when it’s all said and done, the purified Montmorillonite is put in a liquid colloidal-gel state, sterilized, and subjected to lab tests that ensure it is suitable for consumption. As an indication of the absorptive powers of Bentonite/Montmorillonite, Sonne’s only packages their #7 Detoxificant in glass bottles, as the Montmorillonite can leach petrochemicals from plastic bottles. Consumers ought to be wary of any other Bentonite detoxification products that are packaged in plastic.



Tags: Sonne, Sonne's #7, Hair Growth, Detox, Health and Beauty, Hair Loss

Health: 9 Must Read Books on Eating Well, Nutrition for your Hair

Posted by Rob Beale on Wed, Dec 10, 2008 @ 02:50 PM

In an Article to TreeHugger, Jeff Nield provides great insight on 9 books that are essential on how food effects our bodies. 

Nield relays a collection of interesting anecdotes, the best of which reads as follows:

"A friend of mine was so moved by The Omnivore's Dilemma that he quit his university teaching position and became an organic mixed vegetable farmer, along with his family."'m not sure I'd go that far but a few of these books have certainly had an impact on how eating the right balanced diet can decrease the amount of toxins in the body. 

Nutrition plays a huge role in hair growth, the healthier you are the more hair you will grow back due to the elimination of free radicals and toxins in the body.      

Tags: health books, Hair Growth, nutrition, toxins

How the Economy is changing the Hair Loss Treatment Industry

Posted by William Gaunitz on Sun, Nov 16, 2008 @ 01:19 PM

The state of economy is on the tip of everyone’s tongue now days.  You can’t turn on the news or go to work without hearing more doom and gloom in regard to the down fall of the US Economy.

Obviously every American is being affected. Most US businesses are making changes or downsizing due to the current situation. Yet, as these changes occur, there is glimmering ray of hope for one small business with a unique process. It seems for them the economy is actually helping their sales, drawing clients away from their higher priced surgical competition.

Gaunitz Hair Growth Centers is an Arizona based hair loss treatment company who is pioneering a unique new laser program. The company, named after William Gaunitz the founder and hair loss expert, has developed a combination of proven hair loss treatments that has a consistent track record of naturally stimulating new hair growth. Using new FDA approved technology from Europe in a nine month program, Gaunitz Hair Growth Centers is able to revitalize and regrow the shrinking hair follicles caused by male and female pattern baldness. The company has been performing this treatment for six years and has received tremendous attention from the media. Despite all of this, this new process has still not hit the main stream.

To date, the most popular form of hair restoration comes from a surgical procedure called Hair Transplantation. Although hair transplantation is painful and potentially disfiguring (leaving that “doll hair” look), it is considered the only way to produce dramatic balding coverage by the popular medical consensus.  This surgical process is not only risky, but it is also expensive. The average hair transplantation surgery costs the consumer between $6,000 and $15,000 depending on the severity of the individual’s hair loss. This procedure does actually stop hair loss either, but simply covers the balding area with transplanted hair from the back of the scalp.  As time goes by, hair transplant clients will have to go back for additional procedures as the hair around the transplant continues to fall out.

Due to the current state of affairs, hair loss suffers are doing more research then ever into more affordable yet dramatically effective treatment options. This has led many more people to discover Gaunitz Hair Growth Centers and their promising new laser hair growth program.  This year alone the company’s Paradise Valley location has treated over 200 new clients. Each one of these individuals had a choice of comprehensive treatment programs ranging in price from $2600 to $4995. The average client result was equivalent to one session of hair transplants with less cost, no risk, and no pain.

Gaunitz Hair Growth Centers’ program has become so popular that the company opened a second location in North Scottsdale in early September. The official Grand Opening is slated for November 18th, 2008. Sponsored by the Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce, the North Scottsdale clinic is opening with great fan fare.

Gaunitz Hair Growth Centers and its sister company Gaunitz Hair Sciences will bring this new laser hair loss treatment to more and more communities in 2009 through its franchise and affiliate programs.

In a negative economy the fastest way towards recovery is by looking for the positive. I hope that Gaunitz Hair Growth Centers and companies like them will lead the way to rebuilding our nation’s economy and providing sound jobs in the 21st century.

For more information on the Gaunitz Clinics or its business affiliate program, go to or

written by William Barrows MD

Tags: Hair Growth, Hair Loss Industry, Hair Loss

Green Tea for Hair Loss?

Posted by William Gaunitz on Wed, Nov 12, 2008 @ 10:08 PM
"Green tea hair loss:” these are four words that seem incongruous when placed together; but apparently, scientists are making a connection between drinking or ingesting green tea products and the slowing down of the hair loss process. It should be noted here that there are no claims that green tea will replace all other products for hair loss treatment. This is not a one-shot, miracle cure for the balding scalp or anything of that kind. However, there are recent findings that indicate that consuming enough green tea on a daily basis will help slow down the oxidation process, which may be responsible for the onset of thinning hair.

Make no mistake about it: hair loss may be brought on by a number of things, including heredity, the onset of diseases, vitamin deficiency, strong medical treatments like chemotherapy, too much hair styling, etc. The person’s overall health and present environmental conditions also affect hair growth, or the lack of. However, the most common reason for hair loss is simply aging. As we grow older and reach that certain milestone in our life, our cells do not regenerate enough to afford us that healthy head of hair we had when we were younger. In fact, this is a problematic area concerning our entire physique. When we age, we tend to develop more wrinkles; we tend to develop more bodily aches; we tend to get sick easier.Good question. The answer lies in the healthful benefits now being discovered with the regular intake of green tea, particularly its ability to raise antioxidant compounds in the blood. Antioxidants are actually protein compounds that help slow down the oxidation process (hence, the name.) Oxidation brings about cell decay, which is necessary for human existence. Old cells must “die” in order for new cells to develop. When we were younger and assumingly at the peak of our health; our cells decay and regenerate almost at the same. This is the reason why we hardly notice or pay them any heed whatsoever.

However, as we grow older, our cell regeneration abilities become slower. Consequently, this shift in balance means that our cells decay at a faster rate. This causes our skins to become more wrinkled or less elastic; our joints more prone to creaking and aches; and our hair to lose both its natural color and more of them end up on the floor than on our heads. We all know the fact that humans shed about 100 hairs a day, right? Unfortunately, when we grow older, our bodies can no longer regenerate enough new cells to compensate for the hair loss.

There are potent compounds found in green tea that contain high levels of antioxidants. These antioxidants are important tools in slowing down cell decay, letting new cells play catch-up by regenerating into new ones. This means that by consuming enough green tea on a daily basis, the process of hair thinning may be slowed down somewhat. Once it does, then new hairs can grow back.

By: Audrey Lynn

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