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okashira
post Feb 25, 2011, 09:10 PM
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QUOTE(alphaiii @ May 17, 2008, 06:56 PM) *
One more question...

I noticed you dose 300mg of Pyridoxamine, in addition to 100-200mg P5P, on top of the B6 that is in your multi vitamin. With a full serving of Ortho Core, you would be taking in 200-300mg of active B6 + 300mg of B6 vitamer.

Is B6 overdose (peripheral neurotoxicity) not an issue with P5P/Pyridoxamine like it is when using Pyridoxine?


1. I don't take Ortho-core daily.
2. Generally it takes well over 250 if not 500 mg of pyridoxine hcl used daily to cause any problems, which is not shared by its other forms.


What evidence do you have for this? Blood P-5-P in fact is what's measured when diagnosing B6 toxicity.
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post Mar 14, 2011, 01:53 PM
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I am going to start the following regime and would like any comments of additions or subtractions


Lion's Mane ~500mg in the morning ~500mg at bedtime to get an even distribution of constant NGF release
400mg Pyritinol in the morning
800mg CDPcholine in the morning xx
5g fish oil in the morning
150mg picamilon in the morning xx
500 mg phosphatydlserine matrix with 100mg PS, also including some phosphatydlcholine
1g sulbutiamine in the morning with whole milk
750mg aniracetam in the morning with whole milkxxx
1g bacopa in the morningxxx
4g piracetam in the morning

Thanks

Rick
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post Mar 14, 2011, 03:28 PM
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I think your doses are far too high on Cdp-choline, sulbutiamine, bacopa and piracetam. At least split the doses between morning and afternoon.
Fish oil and bacopa are two of those supps that "maybe" you will notice on the long term. Dont spect to notice on short term anything but drownsiness from bacopa (much more with 1g at once) and fishy burps from the fish oil.
Bacopa is said to need about 3 to 4 month of use to make some (if any) effect. There is no point to push it.
Do you know how much choline do you need? because too much acetylcholine doesnt means better.
Keep a close eye on how you react to piracetam and sulbutiamine (hypomanic). Have you tried it before? Start with lower doses.
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post Mar 15, 2011, 01:08 AM
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I have never taken any of these before...but wanted to get started on a routine for cognitive function.

I will take your advice and cut down what you suggested.

I did start some of this a few days ago. And got tablets instead of powder for most. I am taking now 800 mg
of piracetam and 250 of cdp choline.

Rick

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I think your doses are far too high on Cdp-choline, sulbutiamine, bacopa and piracetam. At least split the doses between morning and afternoon.
Fish oil and bacopa are two of those supps that "maybe" you will notice on the long term. Dont spect to notice on short term anything but drownsiness from bacopa (much more with 1g at once) and fishy burps from the fish oil.
Bacopa is said to need about 3 to 4 month of use to make some (if any) effect. There is no point to push it.
Do you know how much choline do you need? because too much acetylcholine doesnt means better.
Keep a close eye on how you react to piracetam and sulbutiamine (hypomanic). Have you tried it before? Start with lower doses.

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post May 18, 2012, 09:05 PM
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QUOTE(LifeMirage @ Feb 25, 2006, 11:57 PM) *

Mitochondria Antioxidants:

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



Hi Lee,

I'm interested in your lipoic acid supplementation.

If you don't mind, I have several questions:

1) I think that I understand why you take both R-Lipoic Acid and R-Dihydrolipoic acid.
However, and with my limited knowledge, I thought that Alpha Lipoic Acid is almost equally effective. Plus it's a fraction of the price. Since you do not include Alpha Lipoic Acid in your list, presumably i am wrong regarding my assumption on it's effectiveness.
I'm keen to learn why you do not include it.
Plus why you may consider it to be a poor substitute for R-Lipoic Acid and R-Dihydrolipoic acid.

2) You say that you get your R-Lipoic Acid from na-rala/rala/rmct/sr. I haven't been able to figure out what na-rala means. Could you explain?

I'm also interested where you would recommend I obtain 3-Carboxy-3-Oxopropanoic acid, as I have so far not found a supplier.

Thanks for your expertise on these boards.

Eagerly awaiting your response.





It contains S-Lipoic acid which is unnatural and interferes with the natural R isomer. I see no point in taking ineffective and counterproductive compounds.

A few sources you may pm me for them.


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Dear LifeMirage-Could you tell me where you buy the scyllo-inositol? First time on this site- no idea where to buy- looking all over! Thanks


It's a hard to acquire compound that I current obtain via a chemical supply company.


QUOTE(Guest_Rick_* @ Mar 14, 2011, 01:53 PM) *

I am going to start the following regime and would like any comments of additions or subtractions


Lion's Mane ~500mg in the morning ~500mg at bedtime to get an even distribution of constant NGF release
400mg Pyritinol in the morning
800mg CDPcholine in the morning xx
5g fish oil in the morning
150mg picamilon in the morning xx
500 mg phosphatydlserine matrix with 100mg PS, also including some phosphatydlcholine
1g sulbutiamine in the morning with whole milk
750mg aniracetam in the morning with whole milkxxx
1g bacopa in the morningxxx
4g piracetam in the morning

Thanks

Rick


Overall it's a non redundant regimen. I see nothing wrong with it. What are your cognitive goals?
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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 in the 90's 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: 06-2012

Pharmaceutical - Nutritional

Daily/E.O.D or Weekly/Monthly*:

Glycation Breakers:

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)

Telomere Lengtheners:

Carnosine 500 mg (w/f)
TA-65 25 mg

Glycation Inhibitors:

Benfotiamine 300 mg (w/f)
Pyridoxamine 300 mg

Mitochondria Antioxidants:

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

SOD Upregulators

Deprenyl 1 mg (w/f)*
Rasagiline 0.5 mg (w/f)*
Bacopa 50% 300 mg
GliSODin 100 mg
Wolfberry 20% 100 mg

Mitochondria Upregulators

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)

Nootropics:

Piracetam 2,400 mg
Aniracetam 750 mg (w/f)
Oxiracetam 800 mg
Hydergine 9 mg (w/f)
Vincamine 10 mg (w/f)
Vinpocetine 10 mg (w/f)
Oxopocetine (vinpocetine citrate) 10 mg
Pyritinol 400 mg
Sulbutiamine 300 mg
CDP-Choline (Citicoline) 500 mg
Alpha GPC 300 mg
Desmopressin (Vasopressin) 2 sprays*

Brain Nutrients:

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 mg
Lithium (as orotate) 20 mg (w/f)
Forskolin 100 mg
Methylcobalamin 30 mg
L-Methylfolate 1.6 mg
P-5-P 200 mg
L-Glycine 3-5 grams (w/f)*
Ashwaganda 450 mg
Myo-Inositol 5 Grams*
Scyllo-Inositol 1 gram

Antioxidants:

Trans-Resveratrol 250 mg (w/f)
Melatonin 1 mg (w/f)
Tocotrienols 125 mg (w/f)

Immune:

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 2 grams*
Lactoferrin 2 grams
Monolaurin 1 gram
Isoprinosine 1 gram
Thymic Protein A 1 Packet

Dietary Supplements:

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 2 grams
Whey Protein 40 grams
EPA/DHA (from Omega 3's-Fish Oil) 2.6 grams (w/f)
GLA 900 mg
Vitamin K2 30 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
HA eye drops 4x

Other:

Metformin 500 mg 2x



Dental/Topical:

Toothpaste:

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.

Mouthwash:

Listerine tartar control: Essential Oil blend, zinc sulfate.
(Well studied for protecting gums and teeth)
Crest Pro-Health 0.07% cetylpyridinium chloride
(Antibacterial)
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)

Body Wash:

HIBICLENS*: 4% chlorhexidine gluconate
(A long lasting safe antibacterial compound)

Nutribiotic: Grapefruit seed extract

Hair:

Dr. Proctor's Hair Shampoo, Serum, and Proxiphen*: Contains 3-carboxylic acid pyridine n-oxide
Decos*
Nizoral*
(cleans hair sebum, inhibits DHT, and kills fungus that may effect hair growth)

Skin:

Prevage (Idebenone 1%)
Beta-Alistine (Carnosine)
Derma Q-Gel (Ubiquinol)
(the active reduced form of CoQ10)
Aminocare Cream (phenylacetylglutamine, phenylacetylisoglutamine)
(a glutamine metabolite formula)
Tretinoin (Retin A) 0.05%*
(a vitamin A analog)
SpinTrap-C (antiaging spin trap PBN, the spin label TEMPO, plus high-concentration vitamin-C)

Diet

Food is a dual edge sword. While certain foods (and methods of preparing them) greatly increase the risk of disease and death, the ideal 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.

Foods Prepared:
50-75% raw, steamed, and/or very lightly boiled.
(No microwave, no deep fried, and only rarely oven cooked)

Foods Consumed:
60% Organic- vegetables, grains, fish, nuts, seeds, berries, etc.

Remaining - organic fermented & raw dairy products, legumes, turkey, chicken, and rarely organic grass fed red meat.

Methods/Foods Avoided:
GMO, pasteurized dairy/juices, tap water, hydrogenated oils, irradiated foods, cloned meats and refined flours/sugars.
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All good stuff if you want to spend $2730+ a month lol smile.gif I would pass on the Vasopressin myself, not really sure it is such a good idea to be taking. Cool that it acts on desmosomes though!
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QUOTE(LeeCrostM.D. @ May 30, 2012, 12:15 AM) *

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 in the 90's 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: 06-2012

Pharmaceutical - Nutritional

Daily/E.O.D or Weekly/Monthly*:

Glycation Breakers:

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)

Telomere Lengtheners:

Carnosine 500 mg (w/f)
TA-65 25 mg

Glycation Inhibitors:

Benfotiamine 300 mg (w/f)
Pyridoxamine 300 mg

Mitochondria Antioxidants:

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

SOD Upregulators

Deprenyl 1 mg (w/f)*
Rasagiline 0.5 mg (w/f)*
Bacopa 50% 300 mg
GliSODin 100 mg
Wolfberry 20% 100 mg

Mitochondria Upregulators

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)

Nootropics:

Piracetam 2,400 mg
Aniracetam 750 mg (w/f)
Oxiracetam 800 mg
Hydergine 9 mg (w/f)
Vincamine 10 mg (w/f)
Vinpocetine 10 mg (w/f)
Oxopocetine (vinpocetine citrate) 10 mg
Pyritinol 400 mg
Sulbutiamine 300 mg
CDP-Choline (Citicoline) 500 mg
Alpha GPC 300 mg
Desmopressin (Vasopressin) 2 sprays*

Brain Nutrients:

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 mg
Lithium (as orotate) 20 mg (w/f)
Forskolin 100 mg
Methylcobalamin 30 mg
L-Methylfolate 1.6 mg
P-5-P 200 mg
L-Glycine 3-5 grams (w/f)*
Ashwaganda 450 mg
Myo-Inositol 5 Grams*
Scyllo-Inositol 1 gram

Antioxidants:

Trans-Resveratrol 250 mg (w/f)
Melatonin 1 mg (w/f)
Tocotrienols 125 mg (w/f)

Immune:

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 2 grams*
Lactoferrin 2 grams
Monolaurin 1 gram
Isoprinosine 1 gram
Thymic Protein A 1 Packet

Dietary Supplements:

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 2 grams
Whey Protein 40 grams
EPA/DHA (from Omega 3's-Fish Oil) 2.6 grams (w/f)
GLA 900 mg
Vitamin K2 30 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
HA eye drops 4x

Other:

Metformin 500 mg 2x



Dental/Topical:

Toothpaste:

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.

Mouthwash:

Listerine tartar control: Essential Oil blend, zinc sulfate.
(Well studied for protecting gums and teeth)
Crest Pro-Health 0.07% cetylpyridinium chloride
(Antibacterial)
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)

Body Wash:

HIBICLENS*: 4% chlorhexidine gluconate
(A long lasting safe antibacterial compound)

Nutribiotic: Grapefruit seed extract

Hair:

Dr. Proctor's Hair Shampoo, Serum, and Proxiphen*: Contains 3-carboxylic acid pyridine n-oxide
Decos*
Nizoral*
(cleans hair sebum, inhibits DHT, and kills fungus that may effect hair growth)

Skin:

Prevage (Idebenone 1%)
Beta-Alistine (Carnosine)
Derma Q-Gel (Ubiquinol)
(the active reduced form of CoQ10)
Aminocare Cream (phenylacetylglutamine, phenylacetylisoglutamine)
(a glutamine metabolite formula)
Tretinoin (Retin A) 0.05%*
(a vitamin A analog)
SpinTrap-C (antiaging spin trap PBN, the spin label TEMPO, plus high-concentration vitamin-C)

Diet

Food is a dual edge sword. While certain foods (and methods of preparing them) greatly increase the risk of disease and death, the ideal 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.

Foods Prepared:
50-75% raw, steamed, and/or very lightly boiled.
(No microwave, no deep fried, and only rarely oven cooked)

Foods Consumed:
60% Organic- vegetables, grains, fish, nuts, seeds, berries, etc.

Remaining - organic fermented & raw dairy products, legumes, turkey, chicken, and rarely organic grass fed red meat.

Methods/Foods Avoided:
GMO, pasteurized dairy/juices, tap water, hydrogenated oils, irradiated foods, cloned meats and refined flours/sugars.


I think this one is a good way for a better good health.
Even if you spent a lot for this but when you can afford why not, go for it.
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QUOTE(Flex @ May 31, 2012, 02:23 PM) *

All good stuff if you want to spend $2730+ a month lol smile.gif I would pass on the Vasopressin myself, not really sure it is such a good idea to be taking. Cool that it acts on desmosomes though!


Vasopressin is best used on a semi regular basis or as needed by those without cardiovascular issues. There is considerable research on it's nootropics effects in healthy adult males.

See here for abstracts of the research available. http://brainmeta.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=14923


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QUOTE(LeeCrostM.D. @ May 30, 2012, 12:15 AM) *

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 in the 90's 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: 06-2012

Pharmaceutical - Nutritional

Daily/E.O.D or Weekly/Monthly*:

Glycation Breakers:

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)

Telomere Lengtheners:

Carnosine 500 mg (w/f)
TA-65 25 mg

Glycation Inhibitors:

Benfotiamine 300 mg (w/f)
Pyridoxamine 300 mg

Mitochondria Antioxidants:

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

SOD Upregulators

Deprenyl 1 mg (w/f)*
Rasagiline 0.5 mg (w/f)*
Bacopa 50% 300 mg
GliSODin 100 mg
Wolfberry 20% 100 mg

Mitochondria Upregulators

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)

Nootropics:

Piracetam 2,400 mg
Aniracetam 750 mg (w/f)
Oxiracetam 800 mg
Hydergine 9 mg (w/f)
Vincamine 10 mg (w/f)
Vinpocetine 10 mg (w/f)
Oxopocetine (vinpocetine citrate) 10 mg
Pyritinol 400 mg
Sulbutiamine 300 mg
CDP-Choline (Citicoline) 500 mg
Alpha GPC 300 mg
Desmopressin (Vasopressin) 2 sprays*

Brain Nutrients:

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 mg
Lithium (as orotate) 20 mg (w/f)
Forskolin 100 mg
Methylcobalamin 30 mg
L-Methylfolate 1.6 mg
P-5-P 200 mg
L-Glycine 3-5 grams (w/f)*
Ashwaganda 450 mg
Myo-Inositol 5 Grams*
Scyllo-Inositol 1 gram

Antioxidants:

Trans-Resveratrol 250 mg (w/f)
Melatonin 1 mg (w/f)
Tocotrienols 125 mg (w/f)

Immune:

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 2 grams*
Lactoferrin 2 grams
Monolaurin 1 gram
Isoprinosine 1 gram
Thymic Protein A 1 Packet

Dietary Supplements:

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 2 grams
Whey Protein 40 grams
EPA/DHA (from Omega 3's-Fish Oil) 2.6 grams (w/f)
GLA 900 mg
Vitamin K2 30 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
HA eye drops 4x

Other:

Metformin 500 mg 2x



Dental/Topical:

Toothpaste:

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.

Mouthwash:

Listerine tartar control: Essential Oil blend, zinc sulfate.
(Well studied for protecting gums and teeth)
Crest Pro-Health 0.07% cetylpyridinium chloride
(Antibacterial)
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)

Body Wash:

HIBICLENS*: 4% chlorhexidine gluconate
(A long lasting safe antibacterial compound)

Nutribiotic: Grapefruit seed extract

Hair:

Dr. Proctor's Hair Shampoo, Serum, and Proxiphen*: Contains 3-carboxylic acid pyridine n-oxide
Decos*
Nizoral*
(cleans hair sebum, inhibits DHT, and kills fungus that may effect hair growth)

Skin:

Prevage (Idebenone 1%)
Beta-Alistine (Carnosine)
Derma Q-Gel (Ubiquinol)
(the active reduced form of CoQ10)
Aminocare Cream (phenylacetylglutamine, phenylacetylisoglutamine)
(a glutamine metabolite formula)
Tretinoin (Retin A) 0.05%*
(a vitamin A analog)
SpinTrap-C (antiaging spin trap PBN, the spin label TEMPO, plus high-concentration vitamin-C)

Diet

Food is a dual edge sword. While certain foods (and methods of preparing them) greatly increase the risk of disease and death, the ideal 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.

Foods Prepared:
50-75% raw, steamed, and/or very lightly boiled.
(No microwave, no deep fried, and only rarely oven cooked)

Foods Consumed:
60% Organic- vegetables, grains, fish, nuts, seeds, berries, etc.

Remaining - organic fermented & raw dairy products, legumes, turkey, chicken, and rarely organic grass fed red meat.

Methods/Foods Avoided:
GMO, pasteurized dairy/juices, tap water, hydrogenated oils, irradiated foods, cloned meats and refined flours/sugars.


I think this one is a good way for a better good health.
Even if you spent a lot for this but when you can afford why not, go for it.


A person's health in my opinion should be one of their main focuses in life. It costs less to prevent issues than is does to try to fix them in the long run...or the cost of being unable to fix them.
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