Disclaimer:

When trying new supplements, I like to monitor my blood pressure, HRV (heart rate variability), heart rate and SpO2 (oxygen). 

When getting a supplement, I look at these factors:

  • My experience with it and how it made me feel
  • Quality of the product and brand reliability
  • Standardization, unless it is full spectrum (powder vs pill)
  • Concentration of active ingredients and inactive ingredients -for example studies have shown particular brands to have no or little active ingredients R
  • Binders/additives to see if it has flours, dairy, gluten, allergens, magnesium sterate, silicon dioxide, etc
  • Dosage and dose required
  • Ratings (from amazon or other vendors) and price (vs quality) 
  • Easy Shipping (Amazon Prime usually, making life easy)
  • Toxicity (you may have to do your own research/use common sense)

Sometimes I'll recommend a few different types of the same supplement because different companies will have different dosages, extracts, interact with biomarkers and genetics differently, etc. 

There are many different ways to take supplements, peptides, hormones, etc: oral, liposomal sublingual, intranasal, rectal, intramuscular (IM), intravenous (IV).

Licensed healthcare providers can get pharmaceutical-grade supplements from Xymogen.

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When I cycle I usually go off everything except for Foods and some Amino Acids and Vitamins


 

Supplements With Posts

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Amino Acids

Anti-Oxidants

Enzymes

Foods

Organic and/or Non-GMO

Herbs

Hormones

Minerals

Mushrooms

Peptides

Prebiotics and Probiotics

Vitamins

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