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  1. BearWithMe

    Vitamin D supps might have shelf life as low as 2 weeks after opening?

    This guy suggests that after you open a bottle with vitamin D supplement, you have just about 2 weeks to consume it before it completely loses its potency. Because when you open the bottle, oxygen gets in and can begin the decay process of the vitamin D into inactive metabolites. I haven't...
  2. K

    Living with a vaxxed person

    Hey everyone. A member of my household is getting vaccinated on Monday. I’ve done all I can to try to discourage them, to no avail. Now, I’m redirecting my energy to myself: is shedding a thing, and am I at risk? If so, is there anything I can do or take to protect myself? I’m not sure if Peat...
  3. K

    Lion’s Mane vs. Methylene Blue

    I’d love to know peoples’ thoughts on how Lion’s mane mushroom & methylene blue compare. From what I understand, both are useful for improved mental clarity, memory, and they have potential in cases of Alzheimer’s. I just ordered some methylene blue, and am curious/excited to experiment with...
  4. D

    Is this a OK d3/k2 supplement?

    unfortunately I cannot find a d3 k2 liquid drops supplement with mk4 k2 online. I cant afford the thorne one right now, so for the meanwhile is this supplement safe? it has 1000 IU of D3 and 120 mcg of k2 mk4 per serving. The only problem is it has added ingredients such as olive oil, rosemary...
  5. RenaissanceMan

    What's the best supplement to lower Prolactin?

    Preface: I've noticed that, from what I've read, prolactin is the one of the only "bad" hormones that can be lowered by a large amount without any negative consequences. For instance, estrogen and cortisol can cause some bad effects when they are too low, but low prolactin sounds amazing from...
  6. haidut

    Iron supplementation may not cure anemia, unless nutrition is also improved

    As many of my readers know, Peat is against supplementing with isolated iron. Aside from the well-known toxicity risks (e.g. liver damage) multiple studies have shown that in a good portion of the people treated with oral iron supplements, anemia either does not resolve or rapidly returns upon...
  7. D

    GC-1 Sobetirome

    Has anyone seen this? Super cool research chemical in phase 1 clinical trials. It acts much like T3 without a lot of the side effects. What do y'all think? I'm thinking about experimenting with my lab rat.
  8. T

    Now Foods Vitamin E 400 mixed tocopherols experiences and reviews

    Hey all, I'm using Now Foods E-400 vitamin E mixed tocopherols and I was wondering if anyone has any experience with this vitamin E, any good or bad reviews? It's this product if link is allowed, if not, moderators please remove it: Now Foods, E-400 with Mixed Tocopherols, 268 mg (400 IU), 250...
  9. youngsinatra

    Rate My Anti-Aging Stack

    Hello everyone, I am personally very interested in longevity and extending healthy lifespan. I am curious if some of you are also into this field of interest and could give me some advice for what you would change/add/remove. My supplement stack: 1. Fat-solubles: (All dissolved in MCT-oil...
  10. deliciousfruit

    Why is Peat so adamant about supplement use, but not food quality?

    I have seen Peat mention in various interviews that particular supplements are safe / recommends their use, such as niacinamide, taurine, b6, etc. In other interviews he has mentioned that the only safe supplements are "aspirin, cascara, progesterone, cyproheptadine, penicillin, and some kinds...
  11. M

    Vitamin D Supplementation is Improving my Sleep

    For the past few months I've been taking an oral vitamin D supplement, and I'm sleeping better than I have since I was a kid. Some nights I don't wake up to pee, which is really significant for me, because typically I get up at least twice. I'm taking a 4000IU supplement on average three times...
  12. ecstatichamster

    Apply Topical Supplements To Your Belly Button

    You will thank me later.
  13. M

    Magnesium Supplementation

    I've decided to try supplementing magnesium in the hope of relieving chronic muscle tension and pain in my pelvic region. I'm sure I get some magnesium in my diet from milk and green leaves, but perhaps larger doses are warranted when the muscle tension persists. What I want to know: there...
  14. Recoen

    Progest-e Or Tocovit + Progestene (or Cortinon+ 3:1 Or 8:1)?

    Title says it all. Any advice from those who have tried all - specifically women? Is there enough tocopherols in the progestene/ cortinon+ that the tocovit isn't needed? If you ate high PUFA previously, then would you add the tocovit? Is the vit E in tocovit different than progestene...
  15. haidut

    Two Common Iron Supplements May Cause (aggressive) GI Cancer

    As the study itself states, it is not just the iron used in dietary supplements that may the dangerous. The type used on food fortification is just as dangerous and may be even more impactful since virtually all people eat commercial food on a daily basis while much fewer numbers consume iron...
  16. Peatogenic

    Long-term Androsterone

    I feel that Androsterone has been a wonder drug for me, offering benefits to my mental health, strength, youthfulness, and libido. It seems to also have a toning effect on my body, removing excess water in face, chest, etc. My erections are also stronger. Definitely increased appetite I...
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