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#1 faxmulder

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Posted 29 June 2019 - 06:54 PM

Hi folks,
I was wondering if I should ditch magnesium and B complex from my current stack, since I’m going to add spirulina (2/3g) - I’m trying to keep as simple as possible and avoid any potential overlaps.
Here is my stack:
  • magnesium threonate (just started this type, during the day. I’ve tried any kind of mag before bed and usually I get interrupted sleep)
  • fish oil
  • vit D3 + K2
  • B complex
  • taurine
  • curcumin
  • resveratrol
  • grape seed extract
  • black seed oil (I’ve seen rave reviews about benefits with hay fever, anxiety, cholesterol and focus but I’ve jut started LEF’s supplement and so far no apparent effect)
  • ashwagandha cycled with an “energy boosting” supp such as royal jelly, rhodiola, ginseng or cordyceps
Should I add zinc for helping with focus, dry scalp and anti-aromatase effect, or the Resveratrol + Grape Seed Extract combo is enough?
What about NAC? Could it help with overthinking, mild OCD and glutamate reduction or would it be overkill, considering that I already have some anti-oxidants in my stack?


#2 WillNitschke

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Posted 18 July 2019 - 03:32 AM

If you want to slash and burn:

Possibly swap the curcumin and resvertatrol and replace with pterostilbene.
Get rid of everything else except K2 + D3 and magnesium.

You can try different supplements subject to specific problems you may be trying to resolve. If you want an evidence based approach try reading: An Evidence Based Approach to Vitamins & Minerals. It doesn't cover most herbal remedies though.


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