|Lipid Peroxidation||1||Fish Oil|
|Insulin Sensitivity||1||Magnesium, Fish Oil|
|Cell Adhesion Factors (aka sCAM-1||1||Fish Oil|
|Infant Birth Weight||1||Fish Oil|
|Endothelial Function||1||Fish Oil|
|Muscle Damage||Neutral||Fish Oil|
|Insulin Secretion||Neutral||Fish Oil|
|Lean Mass||Neutral||Fish Oil|
|Muscle Soreness (aka Delayed onset muscle soreness||Neutral||Fish Oil|
|VO2 Max||Neutral||Fish Oil|
|Symptoms of Alzheimers||Neutral||Fish Oil|
|B cell count||Neutral||Fish Oil|
|T Cell Count||Neutral||Fish Oil|
|Pre-Eclampsia Risk||Neutral||Fish Oil|
|Natural Killer Cell Content (aka NK cell||Neutral||Fish Oil|
|Postpartum Depression||Neutral||Fish Oil|
|Heart Rate||Neutral||Fish Oil|
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Supplementing with vitamin B6 and folic acid may lower homocysteine levels. Elevated homocysteine damages the lining of blood vessels and can lead to the preeclamptic symptoms.
Women who are deficient in vitamin B2 (riboflavin) are more likely to develop preeclampsia than women with normal levels. Supplementation may correct a deficiency.
Magnesium supplementation has been shown to reduce the incidence of preeclampsia in high-risk women in one trial.
Fish oil supplementation may lower the incidence of preeclampsia.
5 mg daily. Supplementing with folic acid and vitamin B6 may lower homocysteine levels. Elevated homocysteine damages the lining of blood vessels and can lead to preeclamptic symptoms.
200 mg per day. In a double-blind study at women who were at high risk of developing preeclampsia, supplementing with coenzyme Q10 reduced the incidence of preeclampsia by 44%.
1,200 to 1,500 mg daily. An analysis of double-blind trials found calcium supplementation to be highly effective in preventing preeclampsia.
General Health Recommended stack by Lumonol
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General Health Alpha Brain clone
My current stack that handles cognitive boosts, and based off the alpha brain stack.