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#1 DividedMind2008

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Posted 22 June 2020 - 04:31 PM


With regard to "General Health" 

 

NOT specific to "Brain Health" "Fitness" or otherwise...

 

When I think of general health i think of the cardio respiratory system mostly...

 

But when i think of supplements that pertain to general health i think of 

 

Fish Oil

Vitamin B

A general Multi Vitamin

Magnesium

 

Am I missing anything?



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Posted 22 June 2020 - 05:46 PM

Some more: https://www.longecit...-mineral-stack/



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#3 DividedMind2008

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Posted 22 June 2020 - 05:50 PM

 

Thank you : )



#4 Gal220

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Posted 23 June 2020 - 09:49 PM

Collagen - Link  , Sports Research makes a good product.

 

Probiotic - Link , i think the better ones will have this strain - lactobacillus gasseri 



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Posted 24 June 2020 - 05:41 PM

Collagen - Link  , Sports Research makes a good product.

 

Probiotic - Link , i think the better ones will have this strain - lactobacillus gasseri 

 

I have looked at probiotics to add to my regimen but I"m looking for ones that include the best strains - thank you for pointing out that one.

As for collagen, I"ve never considered it as a supplement but will do some research.

 

Thank you.



#6 DividedMind2008

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Posted 24 June 2020 - 05:45 PM

I did not realize I did not include my regimen in this post - 

 

AM - 

 

Multivitamin

Fish Oil

Acetyl L Carnitine

L Arginine

Cilantro

 

PM - 

Magnesium / Zinc

Saw Palmetto

Tumeric

Fish Oil

NAC

B Complex

D3 

 

 

 



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Posted 25 June 2020 - 03:58 AM

Hopefully the D3 has K2 mixed in, or either your multi has it.  If you search amazon, you will see it is a very common combination.

I think Thorne has the best one, you can get the exact amount you want and it has the more bio-available MK4 K2.  Several good options though. 

https://www.amazon.c...s/dp/B0038NF8MG

 

I would swap out evening fish oil for Wileys orange burst fish oil(its really cod oil - Virgin/Rosita are some alternatives) to get some natural Vitamin A.  Many people dont process beta carotene well.

 

I also usually take a digestive enzymes, especially if cheese or beef is in the meal.

 

Looks like you have most the things on this LIST coverered, keep in mind potassium.

Some nutritional considerations for Seniors discussed HERE - They mention CoQ10, Lithium, melatonin, and choline for women.

 

 


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Posted 25 June 2020 - 04:19 PM

Hopefully the D3 has K2 mixed in, or either your multi has it.  If you search amazon, you will see it is a very common combination.

I think Thorne has the best one, you can get the exact amount you want and it has the more bio-available MK4 K2.  Several good options though. 

https://www.amazon.c...s/dp/B0038NF8MG

 

I would swap out evening fish oil for Wileys orange burst fish oil(its really cod oil - Virgin/Rosita are some alternatives) to get some natural Vitamin A.  Many people dont process beta carotene well.

 

I also usually take a digestive enzymes, especially if cheese or beef is in the meal.

 

Looks like you have most the things on this LIST coverered, keep in mind potassium.

Some nutritional considerations for Seniors discussed HERE - They mention CoQ10, Lithium, melatonin, and choline for women.

 

Thank you. 

Great idea regarding the cod oil.

 

I actually just purchased some Potassium and Lithium...although I have to be careful with the lithium considering I take psychotropic medication - I want to do some more research regarding interactions before I try it. I've heard nothing but good things about it though. 

 

Thanks for your response. 


Hopefully the D3 has K2 mixed in, or either your multi has it.  If you search amazon, you will see it is a very common combination.

I think Thorne has the best one, you can get the exact amount you want and it has the more bio-available MK4 K2.  Several good options though. 

https://www.amazon.c...s/dp/B0038NF8MG

 

I would swap out evening fish oil for Wileys orange burst fish oil(its really cod oil - Virgin/Rosita are some alternatives) to get some natural Vitamin A.  Many people dont process beta carotene well.

 

I also usually take a digestive enzymes, especially if cheese or beef is in the meal.

 

Looks like you have most the things on this LIST coverered, keep in mind potassium.

Some nutritional considerations for Seniors discussed HERE - They mention CoQ10, Lithium, melatonin, and choline for women.

 

Oh...I forgot - Yes, the D3 has K2 mixed in with it. 



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Posted 22 August 2020 - 09:29 AM

I think that:

PQQ
ALCAR
ALA
Fish Oil
D3+MK2

Vit C
Collagen

 

Garlic



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Posted 22 August 2020 - 01:16 PM

If you think collagen is too expensive (I have very little experience with such supps) then you can just buy a few kilogram bags of glycine for a couple of bucks. Glycine is to a large extent what collagen is made of. I think glycine is great for sleep, balancing out excitatory/inhibitory impulses, and maybe general well-being. I've been taking it for a long time and it seems to just like magnesium work well over the long term. I take maybe 5-10 grams of glycine per day.

I can second garlic (raw). The easiest way I've found to eat raw garlic is put it on roasted bread with some olive oil and squeeze a few (or many) cloves. Much easier than just chewing the cloves. But there is little ways of getting rid of the smell, it sticks with me (usually) for about 30 hours if I eat a lot of it.

D3 at 5-6k IU/d is probably the last supp (and magnesium) that I actually feel something from (or did anyway when I started and most likely was deficient ) and is presumably consistent.

Unless we go into my pharmaceutical stack (not really a stack) which has much more obvious effects. edit: forgot fulvic acid, that is a great modest energy boost and boost to peripheral blood flow.

 

 

 


Edited by Keizo, 22 August 2020 - 01:17 PM.

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