That study is a really odd one being taurine and finasteride being tested on a worm of all things. The major issue in my case is this is directed at stress induced alopecia when my alopecia is clearly androgenic alopecia which is evident from my heavy temple recession and crown thinning. The title of the thread is also misleading as taurine isn't more effective than finasteride, actually finasteride was better at reducing stress in the worms. Rather it helped the worms recover from stress more effectively. The basic science proposed appears to be this - "When you’re stressed, the capillaries in your body, and especially your scalp, shrink, leading to your hair follicles being denied the amount of blood they need to nourish them properly." I could see this being of benefit to particular people but in my case I think the effects would be minimal unless there is more to it. Some of the comments of people on that forum claiming regrowth are also not entirely convincing with all of them being verbal, there was even one guy who claimed he doubled his volume with taurine over night which is completely ridiculous. "I read a comment in a Danny Roody video on YouTube when someone said that high dose taurine is good for fibrose on the scalp, so since I have taurine capsules on my home, I tried 5g at once at bed time. Had insomnia this night, but at wake up, at looking in the mirror, my hair doubled in volume, was an amazing thing. My hair is Norwood II scale, and I am seeing hair regrowth on the recessed area." I'd feel more reassured with some more convincing anecdotes. I'm still open to the idea but I think it's unwise to take a random supplement without a strong basis for it. As for Krill Oil it contains astaxanthin which is a pretty powerful DHT blocker supposedly.