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Discussion in 'Supplements' started by mandarina, Aug 10, 2012.

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  1. mandarina

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    Vitamin A

    Nutrisorb Vitamin A - 0.60 oz, Interplexus Inc.


    Calcium

    Eggshell Powder is optimal. Looking for a commercial source, please suggest if you know one. Oyster shell is second best.

    Oyster Shell Powder 2.2 lbs


    Vitamin E

    To be updated...


    Vitamin D

    Carlson Labs Ddrops Liquid Vitamin D3 4000 IU

    Country Life Vitamin D3 2500IU 200 Softgels


    Vitamin K

    Vitamin K2 Liquid - 1 fl oz -Thorne Research

    Life Extension Super K


    Niacinamide (Vitamin B3)

    Niacinamide Powder - 300 grams

    Jarrow Formulas - Niacinamide, 250 mg, 100 capsules

    Source Naturals Niacinamide Vitamin B-3 100mg, 250 Tablets (Pack of 3)


    Pregnenolone

    Pregnenolone Powder, 20 Grams

    Pregnenolone 25mg, 120 tablets- Source Naturals


    Progest-E "Progesterone in Vitamin E patented by Dr. Ray Peat."

    Dr. Peat's Progest E Complex, 28 ml


    Selenium

    Nature's Way Selenium


    Thyroid Supplement

    Recommended by Dr. Peat:

    Cynomel-T3 Only

    Cynoplus-T3 + T4


    Thiroyd-Used by many people and they do well on it:

    NDT Analytical Standard, Pure Grade, Thiroyd, 120 Pack 1 Grain (Available in packs of 250 and 1000, the 1000 pack is an incredible deal,


    Thyroid-S known for it's extra excipients, however, many people do well on Thyroid-S. Some people do report gluten intolerance type symptoms when taking Thyroid-S but Thyroid-S has tested and assured it's customers that it's gluten free:

    NDT Analytical Standard, Pure Grade, Thyroid-S, 1000 Pack 1 Grain (Available in packs of 250 and 1000, the 1000 pack is an incredible deal)

    [glow=red]Make sure to check out the thread below for a special discount provided to Ray Peat Forum members for Thyroid-S and Thiroyd.[/glow]
    viewtopic.php?f=3&t=2336

    Aspirin

    Bottled Aspirin 1000 pills

    Some are using this veterinary powder with good results:
    Aspirin Powder, 1 lb.


    Epsom Salts


    Epsom Salt 2Lb

    Epsoak Epsom Salt 10 Lbs

    Epsoak Epsom Salt 20 Lbs

    Therapeutic Bulk Epsom Bath Salt Soak - 20 Lbs.


    Magnesium

    Ray Peat suggests Magnesium Carbonate. However, good results are reported from the Magnesium Oil below.

    Freeda Magnesium Carbonate Powder-16 OZ

    Swanson Ultra Magnesium Oil 64 fl oz

    Ancient Minerals Ultra Pure Magnesium Oil 64oz


    Cascara Sagrada

    Cascara Sagrada Bark Powder 16oz 1lb (aged)


    Charcoal Powder

    Hardwood Activated Charcoal Powder - Food Grade 10 oz

    Activated Charcoal Powder 16oz


    Flowers of Sulfur

    Humco sulfur sublimed powder USP - 12 oz


    Salt

    Morton Canning and Pickling Salt 4 Lb Box (Pack of 2)

    Morton Canning & Pickling Salt, 4-pounds (Pack of 9)


    Baking Soda

    Bob's Red Mill Aluminum Free Baking Soda -- 16 oz

    Bob'Red Mill Aluminum-Free Baking Soda - 16 oz Bundle of 2

    Bob'Red Mill Aluminum-Free Baking Soda - 16 oz Bundle of 4


    Gelatin

    Great Lakes Gelatin, Collagen Hydrolysate (Kosher) 16-Ounce


    Coconut Oil

    Tropical Traditions Expeller Pressed Coconut Oil, Non-Certified - 32-oz. glass- 2-Jar Pack

    Tropical Traditions Expeller Pressed Coconut Oil, Non-Certified - 32-oz glass glass (1 quart)

    Tropical Traditions Expeller Pressed Coconut Oil, Non-Certified - 1-gallon

    Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil 1 gallon


    Sugar

    Will be updated soon....

    Pill Splitter

    Apex Ultra Pill Splitter

    X-ACTO Z Series #1 Knife <----- Great for splitting/cutting pills down to an 1/8th


    Thermometer

    Mercury-Free Oral Thermometer

    Temporal Artery Thermometer with Silver Ion Antimicrobial Head


    Achilles Reflex Test Hammer

    Prestige Taylor Percussion Hammer with Stealth Black Head


    Brown Paper Bags

    Paper Lunch Bag - 50 Count


    Safe Cookware

    Farberware Millennium Tulip Shaped 10-Piece Set, Stainless


    Red Lights/Infrared Light

    Bayco SL-302B3 10-1/2-Inch Brooder Clamp Light with Porcelain Ceramic Socket(DOES NOT COME WITH BULB)

    250W BR40 Light Bulbs

    225 Red LED Indoor Garden Hydroponic Plant Grow Light Panel


    Blue Light Blocking Sunglasses

    SCT-Orange UV Extreme Anti-Fog Lens


    High Elevation Training Mask (Simulates High Altitude Breathing)

    At this time, we are not giving our recommendation to this mask any longer until we get feedback on how it works. We will leave the link up in case anyone would like to buy it and report back the results.

    Training Mask 2.0



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  2. hoppimike

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    Thanks for the list!

    I can't wait to get hold of some thyroid supps! I've probably forgotten what a healthy metabolism even feels like! :)
     
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    Mandarina, thank you! :wave:

    Pinning this.
     
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    I ordered a 30-pack of Thyroid-S to the UK and apparently got charged no postage :shock:

    Wow!

    Kept being scared I was gonna get hit by a big postage fee! lol
     
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    no problem, always here to help ;) glad it worked out with the postage, hoppimike! :D
     
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    Might want to add gelatin. ;)
     
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    thank you Jake, I will add that to the list :cool: and gelatin for Charlie ;)
     
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    if anyone will think of anything else that should be added to the list, please let me know. I will update it promptly! :D
     
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    Is the pregnenolon from source naturals recommend by peat?
     
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    Re: Notes Toward a Handle like a "Basic Peat Diet" (BPD)

    Some more Peat Items for consideration in a list:

    Epsom Salts (Magnesium sulfate) - bath

    Baking soda - bath, added to oj
    Bag breathing, nose breathing, etc..

    Aspirin, vit K, niacinamide, vitamin E, progesterone
     
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    Re: Notes Toward a Handle like a "Basic Peat Diet" (BPD)

    I just saw that there is a supplements section for those types of items.
     
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    Re: Notes Toward a Handle like a "Basic Peat Diet" (BPD)

    I have never seen Dr. Peat recommend a source of pregnenolone. However, I do see people in other groups recommending this one:

    http://www.beyond-a-century.com/Pregnen ... p_600.html

    Birdie, welcome to the board! It's great to see you here! :wave:

    I have moved your two posts over to here. I hope that is OK? I figured since we are pulling together a list here, that this would be the most sensible place to put your posts. If you have anymore suggestions for the supplement list please chime in anytime. I see a couple things that you recommended that can be added to the list of supplements. Many thanks for making those suggestions. Here are the ones that I see that need to be added suggested by Birdie.

    -Epsom Salts (Magnesium sulfate)
    -Baking soda
    -Brown paper Bags
    -Aspirin,
    -Progesterone
     
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    -Thermometer
    -Cascara
     
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    You want aged cascara there... NOW brand works for some people and is cheap. Others people buy an expensive one they say is aged better, more... I think Ray says the aged type is darker.
     
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    Those high elevation masks that you posted are way cool! I think I am going to buy one soon as I get the extra funds. :woo

    High Elevation Training Masks
     
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    Re: Notes Toward a Handle like a "Basic Peat Diet" (BPD)

    As long as we are talking bathing in non-fluoridated water, otherwise can only be detrimental to health. Sadly, I can not take baths as the Australian government are a bunch of ****s.
     
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    Re: Notes Toward a Handle like a "Basic Peat Diet" (BPD)

    Is the water fluoridated throughout Australia? Just certain areas/cities? I live in a place with it's own wells. Still, I'm sure it's got some awful stuff in it but no fluoride. It's been years since I looked up the info on our water. When I lived in Victoria, BC, I was told their water has no fluoride but is chlorinated. I avoided it. Also, I don't like to swim in it and that might be similar to soaking in fluoridated water as far as being harmful.

    But Peat has never to my knowledge advised avoiding soaking baths if your water is fluoridated, as is most people's water. Maybe I missed it though as it sounds like something important to consider.

    So, I wonder if I missed something or did Ray miss something. He warns about drinking fluoridated water so, fluoride's danger is not something he ignores. Maybe somebody has more info. Probably, we shouldn't include the baths until we learn more. ??
     
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    Birdie:

    Good questions, I have been wondering the same thing.

    Have you run across anywhere Peat has commented on chlorine? I have not done much digging on this topic but am curious. My gut feeling is there is a lot of undesirable stuff in any tap water, so not real sure on the epsom salt baths.

    As a side note, it's funny, sometimes I feel the more learn, the more paranoid I get. I wonder on some topics if I would be healthier in the long run not knowing versus worrying about it.
     
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