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Re-evaluation - back to basics

astaxanthin fish oil memory

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#1 EMP

  • Location:Amsterdam/St. Petersburg

Posted 30 January 2012 - 05:09 PM


I've been around on this forum for quite some time and it's been a very valuable resource in creating a regimen of supplements that I think are best for me. Over, the years, I've tried many supplements, some for a short time, others longer and I feel that less is more or in other words, I think it's better to limit your intake to a number of ''core'' supplements, rather than taking an overwhelming number of supplements that might be beneficial.

Apart from overall wellbeing, I'm looking for dealing with my awful short-term memory and I can't remember names, or languages: I'll forget newly learned words minutes after I've first heard them. (which migh have been caused by Lyme disease that I suffered from a few years ago) and would appreciate some advice on supplements I could try for this purpose.

As for the past few years, in addition to experimentation with many supplements, I've been taking the following regimen daily:

-Multivitamin (LEF) I'd appreciate some feedback on the quality of this particular multivit.
-Fish oil (LEF) 2000 mg (700 EPA; 500 DHA)
-Vitamin D3 (Now Foods) 2000IU
-Vitamin C (Now Foods) 2,000 mg
-Astaxanthin (Now Foods) 4-10 mg
-Acetyl-L Carnitine (500-1500 mg)
-NAC (600 mg, a few times a week)

Ive been using NAC for dealing with hangovers and must say, it works quite wonderfully.


Worth considering?
-Cordyceps (Doctor's Best) 1,500 mg
-Lion's mane (?) (?)

Cordyceps and/or Lion's mane?

I'd like to know if I should consider additional supplements and/or adjust my current regimen.

Edited by EMP, 30 January 2012 - 05:11 PM.

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#2 EMP Re: Re-evaluation - back to basics

  • Location:Amsterdam/St. Petersburg

Posted 01 February 2012 - 12:01 PM

Some 130 reads and no feedback?
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#3 kikai93 Re: Re-evaluation - back to basics

Posted 17 November 2012 - 01:53 AM

Consider Lion's Mane and Reishi (whole mushroom, from Chinese grocer), and RALA.
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#4 freeman Re: Re-evaluation - back to basics

  • Location:Cascadia

Posted 01 April 2013 - 03:34 AM

Coenzyme Q10?
https://www.ncbi.nlm.../pubmed/9671775
http://www.mdpi.com/1424-8247/2/3/134
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#5 maik2013 Re: Re-evaluation - back to basics

  • Location:Germany

Posted 01 April 2013 - 08:03 PM

Resveratrol.
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#6 Strelok Re: Re-evaluation - back to basics

  • Location:USA

Posted 03 April 2013 - 01:28 AM

How about a turmeric extract (95% curcuminoids)? And possibly as bioperine/piperine, which may enhance the absorption of all of your supplements.
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