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nad+ sirt1 inflammation

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#1 brundall

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Posted 19 February 2020 - 05:27 PM


Just sharing my regimen for no other reason than I'm bored on a day off work....

 

Male, aged 49

 

All taken 6 days per week with Sundays off

 

 

Morning

 

Based on the Nuchido Time Supplement (Nad+increase and efficiency) and boosting H2S

 

Zinc Picolinate 25 mg

Vitamin C 500mg

Taurine 1000 mg

Tru Niagen125mg

Niacin 100mg

EGCG Green tea extract 400mg

Apigenin 50 mg

Rutin 250 mg

R-Lipoic acid 150 mg

 

 

Dinner

 

Some essentials?, inflammation management, Sirt1 activation and general health

 

Fish Oil 1000 mg (480mg EPA 320mg DHA)

Krill Oil 500 mg

Vitamin D3 2500iu

Tocotrienols 125mg (Delta & Gamma)

CoQ10 100 mg

Vitamin K complex (K1 1500mcg, MK4 1000mcg, MK7 100mcg)

Pine Bark extract 50mg

Grape Seed extract 100mg

Olive Leaf extract 500 mg

Mushroom Complex 500mg (7 varieties)

Lycopene 15 mg

Macuguard complex (Lutein, zeaxanthin etc)

Astaxanthin 10 mg

Curcumin and Black Cumin Seed complex

Creatine Monohydrate 1.25g

 

Night

 

Sleep quality and gut health

 

Magnesium complex 500mg

Glycine 1000mg

Vitamin C 500 mg

Probiotic (10 strains, 25 billion CFU's)


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#2 rodentman

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Posted 20 February 2020 - 12:54 AM

It's a nice regimen.  How much does it set you back?



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#3 brundall

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Posted 20 February 2020 - 12:32 PM

Well, to initially purchase all the items would be approx $600 cdn and then about $150 per month after that to replenish. 

 

Not cheap in my world and I have no idea if they are doing anything good for my body. Just a gamble really


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#4 brundall

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Posted 04 March 2020 - 11:06 PM

It's nice to see that Taurine is getting some love as a pretty effective Sirt1 activator.

 

https://www.scienced...009279719314061

 

 

I personally think Taurine is one of the most underrated supplements around.....and cheap as heck too.







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