The source naturals product looks solid, and I suspect that the sublingual delivery will aid particularly with the b-12, as oral bioavailability isn't the best and instrinsic factor is limiting.
Doc, I'm curious what your thoughts are on dosing any of these if you've had blood tests without dosing them that show levels at normal and/or optimal levels.
I mainly ask about selenium, though I'm curious about magnesium, as well. I've had serum tests on both and they're both pretty much where I'd want to see them. However, I know there has always been debate from different doctors on proper ways to measure different things; i.e. is the best test urine, or blood or hair or saliva? And the reason I mention selenium is because I have Hashimoto's and I know adding in certain minerals can provide the opposite of the desired effect.
If my blood work shows:
Magnesium - 1.9mg/dL (ref: 1.8 - 2.5)
Selenium - 151 ug/L (ref: 23-190)
Zinc - 91 ug/dL (ref 60-120)
What are your thoughts (as these levels are only from what I obtain via diet and a multi-vitamin)?
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RBC test for zinc and magnesium, not serum.
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What are your thoughts on the following study
It seems convention has been not to combine the two. Yet you recommend a combination of the 3. With recent consideration to add the carnitines to my daily regimine, I am curious of your thoughts on the matter.
And this one seems to suggest that the combination of carnitine and choline would be a nice combination for fat loss
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I do remember Wes Silveria (ironaddict) was a big proponent of Choline/Inositol combo, as they worked synergistically
I take ginger and R-ALA every day. Are they far from making to the top10 list?
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I would like to go with “B Complex” because its organically present is many foods and vegetables. Today several supplements are available in market but very few are good and can complete your needs of vitamins and minerals.
1. fish oil
3. vit C or ascorbyl palmitate
5. Rainbow lite men's multi
6. natural beta carotinoid mix
9. potassium bicarbonate
10. beta alanine, choline, and or ALCAR-fumarate generally in rotation and not all at once.
11. HCG, lol
Dr, really enjoyed reading your posts over the years.
Not sure if this has been addressed so apologies if I have missed it. Im really looking for your optimal dosing of ala , agmatine and l-carnitine through out the day. ( ideally for body composition purposes)
Ginger is a nice natural chemoprotectantOriginally Posted by keyser
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