This is my stack, with a few different focuses (note that their are overlaps between categories): -Anti aging, though I am still fairly young and fairly broke so I'm more conservative and prefer supplements which have proven to extend lifespan in mammals. This includes: deprenyl, raloxifene, turmeric/black pepper, Ashwangandha , Bacopa, Apigenin (dried parsley), NAC, low-dose lithium, PQQ, ubiquinol. -Nutrients lacking in vegetarian diet: B12, glycine, carnosine, ALCAR, green lipped mussel (DHA, EPA and glucosamine/chondroitin). -Nutrients good for OCD/bipolar types (I have generally very good mental health but lean to this side of the spectrum): NAC, low dose lithium, melatonin. -Anti inflammatory (also generally helpful for brain function): Turmeric/black pepper, Black cumin seed oil, NAC, probably most others to some extent. -General cognitive function: Panex Ginseng, deprenyl, black tea, green tea. I have refined it according to what works well for me. About me: -26 year old male -Neuroscience PhD student -High level of exercise* (aerobic running/biking, bouldering, weight lifting, various forms of yoga). Generally in good shape, raced a half ironman last year (probably lost a year off my life with that one). -Vegetarian diet (not vegan), average 14-16 hour daily fast (I skip breakfast), high vegetable intake, I try to not eat much carbs except in a window a few hours around dinner, avoid most sugar.* -Daily brief meditation practice*, prioritize spiritual life, consciously avoid stressful or distracting media. -Personality: Generally relaxed, introverted but often social, low stress, optimistic, sometimes leaning to the hypomanic/OCD spectrum if I don't watch my mental/physical health. -I have several mutations according to my 23andme results which influence this regimen. These include: TNF-alpha (increased function SNP), glycine transporter mutation (reduced glycine uptake), homozygous SOD2 mutation (reduced SOD2 activity, justifies more mitochondrial antioxidants in my mind), homozygous MTHFR (folate receptor mutation; can result in increased homocysteine), many DRD2 dopamine receptor SNP's, 1 APOE epsilon4 allele (slightly increased alzheimers risk). This may seem like a lot but I don't worry too much; even the homozygous combos are not uncommon in the healthy population. *exercise, diet and mindfulness training are easily more important than all the supplements in this stack combined.
|36||0||Sat, 20 May 2017||McSchwang|
Anti Aging MattChamp's Anti Aging
I am 50 years old and want to maintain my health as I age. After researching I settled for Dr Mercola's Anti aging recommendations
|148||1||Sun, 01 Jan 2017||MattChamp|
Anti Aging Transdermal
Pain transdermal ideas applications etc
|128||1||Fri, 04 Nov 2016||BenjaminL|
Anti Aging Pain Inflammation
For joint pain Inflammation
|100||1||Fri, 04 Nov 2016||BenjaminL|
Anti Aging Rejuvenation
Using this stack to learn how herbs work in combination
|146||0||Sun, 30 Oct 2016||bearwolf|
Anti Aging Priscaseras Longevity stack
I want to leave forever and remember doing it.
|202||0||Sun, 30 Oct 2016||priscaseras|
Anti Aging My first stack
I'm 52 and want to get as healthy as I can to stay active and vital in the world.
|166||0||Sun, 09 Oct 2016||venbear3|
Anti Aging Claire's stack for longevity and focus
I want to be able to aging well and have energy and focus for as long as I can. I welcome any suggestions to my stack. I take these pills at least six days a week, in the morning before breakfast.
|143||2||Tue, 27 Sep 2016||Claire.Machado|
Anti Aging Empty Stomach
This is the first set in the am .
|123||1||Sat, 24 Sep 2016||David.Pouliot|
Anti Aging Mitochondrial
Increase energy, mental acuity, and improve muscle fatigue recovery
|162||1||Wed, 14 Sep 2016||neurosailor|