My Antiaging-Cognitive Regimen, Overall Health Enhancement
My Antiaging-Cognitive Regimen, Overall Health Enhancement
Feb 25, 2006, 02:57 PM
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Joined: Apr 13, 2005
Member No.: 4349
My AntiAging-Cognitive Regimen
Aside from exercise & diet (and until nanotech, gene & stem therapy catch up) I believe various compounds exist today that can make a dramatic impact on our health, such as greatly reducing our risk of disease, helping to slow, maintain if not reverse some aspects of aging, and even going as far as enhancing our own physical & mental abilities. In order to keep up with the latest in bioresearch I take several compounds, which in my opinion is based on reasonable scientific studies. This list changes as new research is done daily and to keep my life more interesting. Also some dosages will vary based on what is needed depending on my day. I started a simpler version of this regimen over 15 years ago and have been blood testing regularly since.
Caution: This is my own personal regimen. I strongly recommend everyone do their own research and consulting their healthcare professional before taking anything listed below. Also this list is not complete I still have much to add.
Last Updated: 12-2008
Pharmaceutical - Nutritional
Daily/E.O.D or Weekly/Monthly*:
Alagebrium chloride (ALT-711) 50 mg (w/f)
N-Acetyl-L-Carnosine eye drops 4x each eye
N-Acetyl-L-Carnosine 500 mg (w/f)
Carnosine 500 mg (w/f)
TA-65 25 mg
Benfotiamine 300 mg (w/f)
Pyridoxamine 300 mg
Chlorophyllin 400 mg (w/f)
R-Lipoic Acid (from na-rala/rala/rmct/sr) 450 mg
R-Dihydrolipoic acid 150 mg
3-Carboxy-3-Oxopropanoic acid 300 mg
Deprenyl 1 mg (w/f)*
Rasagiline 0.5 mg (w/f)*
Bacopa 50% 300 mg
GliSODin 100 mg
Wolfberry 20% 100 mg
N-Acetyl-L-Carnitine 1 gram
Acetyl-L-Carnitine Arginate 1 gram
Propionyl-L-Carnitine 1 gram
Idebenone 180 mg (w/f)
Mitoquinone 50 mg (w/f)
Ubiquinol 200 mg (w/f)
Ubiquinone 50 mg [water soluble]
Decylubiquinone 50 mg
Cellular Membrane Agents
PPC (PhosChol, Lipostabil) 900 mg (w/f)
Centrophenoxine 500 mg (w/f)
Piracetam 2,400 mg
Aniracetam 750 mg (w/f)
Oxiracetam 800 mg
Hydergine 2.25-5 mg (w/f)
Vincamine 10 mg (w/f)
Vinpocetine 10 mg (w/f)
Oxopocetine (vinpocetine citrate) 10 mg
Pyritinol 400-800 mg
CDP-Choline (Citicoline) 500 mg
Alpha GPC 300 mg
Desmopressin (Vasopressin) 2 sprays*
L-Huperzine A 100 mcg (w/f)
Galantamine 4 mg (w/f)
Cytisine 750 mcg*
Japanese Pharmaceutical Grade Ginkgo Biloba extract 120 mg
L-Theanine 500-1,000 mg
Lithium (as orotate) 20 mg (w/f)
Forskolin 100 mg
Methylcobalamin 30 mg
L-Methylfolate 1.6 mg
P-5-P 100-200 mg
L-Glycine 3-5 grams (w/f)*
Ashwaganda 450 mg
Myo-Inositol 5 Grams*
Scyllo-Inositol 1 gram
Trans-Resveratrol 250 mg (w/f)
Melatonin 1 mg (w/f)*
Tocotrienols 125 mg (w/f)
Biostim 2 Courses a Year
Imm-kine 1 Course a Year
DENTAVAX 1 Course a Year
RESPIVAX 1 Course a Year
UROSTIM 1 Course a Year
Russian Choice Immune 1 Course a Year
Shark Liver Oil 1-2 grams
Lactoferrin 2-3 grams
Monolaurin 1-2 grams
Isoprinosine 1 gram
Thymic Protein A 1 Packet
Ortho-Core 9 caps [even days] (w/f)
LEF Mix 9 tabs [odd days] (w/f)
Sulfur (as MSM) 1,023 mg (w/f)
TMG citrate 1-2 gram
Whey Protein 20-40 grams
EPA/DHA (from Omega 3's-Fish Oil) 2.6 grams (w/f)
Vitamin K2 15 mg (w/f)
Serrapeptase 6 tablets
Adapton 2 softgels
Polaprezinc (Zinc-Carnosine) 150 mg (w/f)
Strontium (citrate) 227 mg (w/f)
Silicon (Orthosilicic Acid) 6 mg (w/f)
L-Taurine 2 grams
Astaxanthin 4 mg
Cordyceps 1 gram
Creatine 1 gram
D-chiro-Inositol 1 gram
Creatine Ethyl Ester 1 gram
Colgate Total: Fluoride Ion (0.14% w/v), Triclosan (0.30%).
Biotene: Lactoperoxidase (100gm), Glucose Oxidase, Lysozyme, Sodium Monofluorophosphate.
LEF Toothpaste: A blend of essential oils and H2O2
I alternate different products for best inhibitory effects.
Listerine tartar control: Essential Oil blend, zinc sulfate.
(Well studied for protecting gums and teeth)
Crest Pro-Health 0.07% cetylpyridinium chloride
Peridex: 0.12% chlorhexidine gluconate
(Very long lasting antibacterial effects)
Biotene: Lysozyme (40mg), Lactoferrin (15mg), Glucose Oxidase (2,500 units), Lactoperoxidase (2,500 units)
Hydrogen Peroxide 3%
(Antibacterial and teeth whitener)
HIBICLENS: 4% chlorhexidine gluconate
(A long lasting safe antibacterial compound)
Nutribiotic: Grapefruit seed extract
Dr. Proctor's Hair Shampoo & Serum: 3-carboxylic acid pyridine n-oxide*
(cleans hair sebum, inhibits DHT, and kills fungus that may effect hair growth)
Prevage (Idebenone 1%)*
Derma Q-Gel (Ubiquinol)*
Aminocare Cream (phenylacetylglutamine, phenylacetylisoglutamine)*
(a glutamine metabolite formula)
Tretinoin (Retin A) 0.05%*
(a vitamin A analog)
Food is a dual edge sword. While the wrong diet greatly increase your risk of disease and death, the right one can extend your life and improve your overall health. In the last 100 years we have been able to identify the health benefits to certain foods as well the negative impacts of others and the best ways to prepare them.
50-75% raw, steamed, and/or very lightly boiled.
(No microwave, no deep fried, and only rarely oven cooked)
80%-90% Organic- vegetables, grains, fish, nuts, seeds, berries, etc.
Remaining - legumes, organic fermented & raw dairy products, turkey, chicken, and rarely organic grass fed red meat.
GMO, pasteurized dairy/juices, tap water, hydrogenated oils, irradiated foods, cloned meats and refined flours/sugars.
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Nov 25, 2006, 07:07 AM
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Joined: Apr 04, 2006
Member No.: 5072
Why no pasteurized foods? And why no microwave? That would eliminate like half of my diet...
sometimes you need to make sacrifices matey. Maintaining optimal health and preserving what you have for as long as possible requires comittment.
If you're not prepared to make changes/sacrifices in your quest to achieve certain goals then you need to ask yourself
"How important are the goals"
Diet is just one approach though. Minimising your exposure to environment toxins is important as well. This is all outlined in LifeMirages program.
I'm not sure if this has been mentioned but LifeMirage also takes supplements that are adaptogens. These adaptogens such as ashwagandha work via hormesis. Hormesis is the term for generally-favorable biological responses to low exposures of stressors. Some supplements actively stress both the physiological and psychological systems and in doing so stimulate an adaptive reponse to the stress. Hence the term adaptogen. It's a bit like going to the gym and working out. Your lifting a weight and applying a stress to the muscle. The muscle responds to the stress and comes back stronger. The same applies with adaptogenic supplements. Another very good adaptogenic supplement is Rhodiola Rosea
here are a few great papers on the topic
Mech Ageing Dev. 2004 Apr;125(4):285-9.
Aging, anti-aging, and hormesis.
* Rattan SI.
Department of Molecular Biology, Danish Centre for Molecular Gerontology, University of Aarhus, Gustav Wieds Vej, DK-8000 Aarhus-C, Denmark. firstname.lastname@example.org
As a result of almost 50 years of efforts in collecting descriptive data, biogerontologists are now able to construct general principles of aging and to explore possibilities of gerontomodulation. Most of the data indicate that aging is characterized by a stochastic accumulation of molecular damage and a progressive failure of maintenance and repair, and the genes involved in homeodynamic pathways are the most likely candidate virtual gerontogenes. Several approaches are being tried and tested to modulate aging in a wide variety of organisms, but with the ultimate aim of improving the quality of human life in old age. These approaches include gene therapy, hormonal supplementation, nutritional modulation, and intervention by antioxidants and other molecules. A recent approach is that of applying hormesis in aging research and therapy, which is based on the principle of stimulation of maintenance and repair pathways by repeated exposure to mild stress.
PMID: 15063104 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
Phytother Res. 2005 Oct;19(10):819-38.
Stimulating effect of adaptogens: an overview with particular reference to their efficacy following single dose administration.
* Panossian A,
* Wagner H.
Swedish Herbal Institute, Viktor Rydbergsgatan 10, SE-411 32 Gothenburg, Sweden. email@example.com
Plant adaptogens are compounds that increase the ability of an organism to adapt to environmental factors and to avoid damage from such factors. The beneficial effects of multi-dose administration of adaptogens are mainly associated with the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis, a part of the stress-system that is believed to play a primary role in the reactions of the body to repeated stress and adaptation. In contrast, the single dose application of adaptogens is important in situations that require a rapid response to tension or to a stressful situation. In this case, the effects of the adaptogens are associated with another part of the stress-system, namely, the sympatho-adrenal-system (SAS), that provides a rapid response mechanism mainly to control the acute reaction of the organism to a stressor. This review focuses primarily on the SAS-mediated stimulating effects of single doses of adaptogens derived from Rhodiola rosea, Schizandra chinensis and Eleutherococcus senticosus. The use of these drugs typically generates no side effects, unlike traditional stimulants that possess addiction, tolerance and abuse potential, produce a negative effect on sleep structure, and cause rebound hypersomnolence or 'come down' effects. Furthermore, single administration of these adaptogens effectively increases mental performance and physical working capacity in humans. R. rosea is the most active of the three plant adaptogens producing, within 30 min of administration, a stimulating effect that continues for at least 4-6 h. The active principles of the three plants that exhibit single dose stimulating effects are glycosides of phenylpropane- and phenylethane-based phenolic compounds such as salidroside, rosavin, syringin and triandrin, the latter being the most active. Copyright © 2005 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
PMID: 16261511 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
LifeMirage, do you take Rhodiola??
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