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Anti Aging Stacks

Compounds that promote healthy aging or attempt to slow down aging can be used together to build a 'Longevity stack'. These treatments stacks are made to address superficial needs, cognitive needs, or taken as a preventative measure. Some of the most obvious and well-researched regimens include supplements such as: Resveratrol, Phosphatidylserine, L-Carnitine, Ganoderma Lucidum, ALA, PQQ10. Along with drugs such as Deprenyl (Selegiline) for cognition and Metformin for insulin resistance. Create your anti aging stack and journal the efficacy of your routine to gauge success and adjust accordingly and always consult with a health professional before getting caught up with buying too many products. Continue to use our Medical Tracker to keep adherence levels high. more
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Anti Aging Countdown to 40
Using this stack to increase energy, improve the health of my hair, skin, and nails, and as a general anti-aging regimen since I'm counting down to 40.
90 1 Tue, 12 Dec 2017 shikonaj

Anti Aging Thrivous Alpha
Support Healthy Brain Aging
28 0 Fri, 08 Dec 2017 Thrivous

Anti Aging happy body stack
Doing all the things I can do to reduce weight, improve heart health, maintain and increase muscle.
100 0 Tue, 10 Oct 2017 benjackson

Anti Aging MyStack
Determine effect of Anti-Aging supplements...
93 0 Sun, 01 Oct 2017 BER123

I grew up playing hockey, started at the age of 7; I played some college, nearly made MSU's D1 team, ended up teaching the MSU hockey class for 3 years as a student and have been a driven, professional-like athlete my entire life. As I've gotten older I've continued to hone and improve my workout focusing mostly on speed and strength these days (I typically do 30 pull-ups and tabata sprints as part of my regular workout, among other things to gtive you an idea of the where I'm at physically). I've been taking suppliments most of my adult life and around 10 year ago got serious and started to research what I should be taking as I've gotten older. I'm a big fan of Ray Kurzweil and Terry Grossman, who I am fortunate enough to live near and receive medical advice from.
150 0 Thu, 17 Aug 2017 rgiampietro

The First 16 Items on this stack are individual supplements I have researched and decided to give a try. The rest are the ingredients for LIFE EXTENSION MIX Tablets which the Jury is still out on for me. Im interested in input. I will be adding and subtracting as I go. Ive added in the medications I am taking to track potential interactions.
333 0 Sat, 01 Apr 2017 misterjoe500

Treat nutritional deficiencies, address homocysteine and MTHFR gene expression with plenty of anti-ageing supplementation
92 0 Thu, 22 Jun 2017 blisseeker

Anti Aging Petra's Morning
Morning stack to support healthy aging
131 1 Wed, 31 May 2017 petraglenesk

Anti Aging Vitamins
To ensure I'm not overdosing on current vitamin intake.
85 0 Sat, 27 May 2017 Whazzat1000

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.
181 1 Sat, 20 May 2017 McSchwang