That had been answered a few pages back. He posted a really good reply if you look.Originally Posted by Clemenza
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finally finished reading this whole thread, now i'm yearning for a top 15 or top 20...
These supplements should be included on my top 10 list: immune support, krill oil, chlorella, coq10 and vitamin b12.
Krill? Why? From what i've read thus far, you're better off sticking with fish oil.Originally Posted by wandagustov
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Should we worry about getting too much folic acid as a result of taking a B Complex? Ergo-log just posted a study saying getting too much folate can promote cancer. Thanks for your help.
Excess Folic acid, being a synthetic form of folate, can be problematic for some people. Depends how well their body does at converting it to l-methylfolate. Seeing as how in the USA a lot of foods are fortified with it, I personally avoid it in any supplements. If I were to supplement folate I would use 5-mthf
Specifically something like metafolin, extrafolate-s or maybe quatrefolic which is the s-isomer. There is still a question afaik on whether the r-isomer or the racemic mixture could possibly be detrimental. If anyone knows of any further data shedding light on the isomers, please let us know.
Currently taking AOR's Advanced B Complex. Guess I should switch over to Jarrow's B-Right. Thanks.
Thanks. Just realized it uses the form you suggest anyways. Appreciate the info.
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LCLT (each at 2 Gr/day), Beta Alanine (4 Gr/day), Taurine (2 Gr/day), Tyrosine (1 Gr/day), AAKG, ALA (600 Mg/day), and Cittruline Malate (6 Gr/day), and I would like to add Inositol, IP-6, TMG and Choline Citrate. For those most informed, can you please suggest daily amounts of Inositol, IP-6, TMG and Choline Citrate?