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The Anti Aging stack that I am just going to pull the trigger on

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#1 Qowpel

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Posted 28 February 2021 - 12:14 AM


Hey guys. I am a 29.25 year old male who really is tired of only using fasting based regimens for potential longevity effects.

 

I really wanna up my game and I am getting just so overwhelmed with information that I just am gonna pull the trigger on some things and go for it.

 

 

My lifestyle regimen:

Intermittent fasting (22 hour fast window: 2 hour eating window) 5 days a week

One 48 hour fast per week

One 5 to 7 day water fast every 70 to 80 days.

 

Supplement regimen:

MISC Supplements

3 grams of taurine with meals for heart health/anti glycation/anxiolytic effects

4 mg of Astaxanthin with meals for anti skin cancer effects and possible impacts on FOXO

 

NAD-focused supplements

NMN when eating meals

Resveratrol (specifically for a potential synergy with NMN)

 

2 cups of White Tea with meals for skin benefits and anti cancer benefits

 

 

Supplements for CD38 inhibition:

Quercetin with meals

Apigenin with meals

 

 

Super Miscellaneous Supplements:

Ginkgo Biloba for its potential as a senolytic.

 

Does this seem like a reasonable regimen/supplement regimen?

 

Do any of you see any contradictions regarding these substances and their timing in terms of how I will be taking all of them at every meal for the most part?

 

 

 

 

 

 



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Posted 28 February 2021 - 09:23 PM

Looks reasonable to me. Not sure about the need for NAD-focused supplements.

 

A 29 years of age, you still do not have much underlying damage from aging, still very close to prime health and vitality, so not much need for supplements that are supposed to reverse aspects of aging - they might just cause problems.

 

As more diagnostic tests become available in coming years, you will know what specific aging damage is occurring in your body and you will be able to target it more effectively.

 

Doing known preventative actions are the best bet right now. The fasting is probably the most effective thing in your regimen (based upon known research results).


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Posted 03 March 2021 - 02:25 PM

In my opinion, focus on antioxidants for neuroprotection and telomerase activators like epithalon for overall anti-aging.

I am 25 and that's my own approach



#4 Qowpel

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Posted 03 March 2021 - 07:39 PM

In my opinion, focus on antioxidants for neuroprotection and telomerase activators like epithalon for overall anti-aging.

I am 25 and that's my own approach

There is thinking that telomerase activators alone could lead to increase risks of cancer over time so I am steering clear but maybe they do have great benefit



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Posted 03 March 2021 - 09:55 PM

@Qowpel What brand of white tea do you drink?  



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#6 Qowpel

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Posted 03 March 2021 - 09:56 PM

@Qowpel What brand of white tea do you drink?  

Hey friend, Davidsons loose leaf silver needle


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