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#1 TheFountain

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Posted 09 September 2020 - 07:13 AM


Daily:

 

Maca (twice Daily)

Aniracetam (2-3 times daily)

Choline (2-3 times daily)

Liquid L-Carnitine 

Rhodiola Rosea (Twice daily)

Noopept (10 mgs twice daily)

N Acetyl L-Tyrosine 

Huperzine A (2-3 times a week)

 

Anything I might add here that would 

 

A-Not interfere with this and 

B-Enhance this already Righteous stack?

 

Thanks. 

 

 



#2 truboy

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Posted 10 September 2020 - 01:56 PM

TheFountain hi,

 

I think your stack looks good.

 

Could you tell what's your diet looks like? What foods are your staples?



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#3 TheFountain

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Posted 14 September 2020 - 07:38 AM

TheFountain hi,

 

I think your stack looks good.

 

Could you tell what's your diet looks like? What foods are your staples?

 

I am on a low fat Vegan diet, a sort of Mofified version of the Esselstyn diet.

 

I eat a lot of green vegetables, and clean minimally processed protein sources. Not from soy.

 

Most of my plates of food consist of Vegetables, I would say 80% or more. 

 

I sure do think this contributes largely to mental efficacy.



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Posted 14 September 2020 - 05:29 PM

I am on a low fat Vegan diet, a sort of Mofified version of the Esselstyn diet.

 

I eat a lot of green vegetables, and clean minimally processed protein sources. Not from soy.

 

Most of my plates of food consist of Vegetables, I would say 80% or more. 

 

I sure do think this contributes largely to mental efficacy.

 

Could you tell what foods most of you calories are coming from? Is it grains, or tubers (sweet potatoes/potatoes), or fruits?

I am trying to move to  vegan diet, but i had hard time getting calories in. I eat lots of kale, spinach, broccoli, but they are not that calorie dense.

 

One of the reasons i asked this question is cause i stumbled upon your post from 2009 when you said that oats make you sick.

I seem to get same reaction.


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#5 TheFountain

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Posted 15 September 2020 - 03:55 AM

Could you tell what foods most of you calories are coming from? Is it grains, or tubers (sweet potatoes/potatoes), or fruits?

I am trying to move to  vegan diet, but i had hard time getting calories in. I eat lots of kale, spinach, broccoli, but they are not that calorie dense.

 

One of the reasons i asked this question is cause i stumbled upon your post from 2009 when you said that oats make you sick.

I seem to get same reaction.

 

Well, none of the above. I get most of my "Calories" if we can call them such, from green vegetables and some cruciferous vegetables also. 

 

I would actually lean toward calling them Micronutrients moreso. And this might even leave me at a "Calorie" deficit compared to many people who happily consume the SAD daily. 

 

I do eat Oats from time to time, but overnight fermented or otherwise Gluten free oats. 

 

I know the posts you are referencing, and I do believe that those are from a time when there was a lot of confused cross-over dietary experimentation, when I actually did not know what was coming from where.

 

I would say I know, or more appropriately put, my body knows, a lot more now than it did then. 



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Posted 18 September 2020 - 11:15 PM

Well, none of the above. I get most of my "Calories" if we can call them such, from green vegetables and some cruciferous vegetables also. 

 

I would actually lean toward calling them Micronutrients moreso. And this might even leave me at a "Calorie" deficit compared to many people who happily consume the SAD daily. 

 

I do eat Oats from time to time, but overnight fermented or otherwise Gluten free oats. 

 

I know the posts you are referencing, and I do believe that those are from a time when there was a lot of confused cross-over dietary experimentation, when I actually did not know what was coming from where.

 

I would say I know, or more appropriately put, my body knows, a lot more now than it did then. 

 

Could you provide examples of green vegetables that you eat? (i get cruciferous ones...)



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Posted 23 September 2020 - 03:05 AM

Could you provide examples of green vegetables that you eat? (i get cruciferous ones...)

 

Tons of Spinach, Arugula, Kale and Even collard greens. 

 

I cook them all right now because I have Braces for like another year. 



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#8 TheFountain

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Posted 18 December 2020 - 08:24 AM

Update,

 

Got ahold of some Piracetam which is "On hold" here in the USA due to someone mislabelling it or something. 

 

Took first dosage tonight. 







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