I'm ready to be skeptical of these presentations, and here comes a person presenting almost my exact list of supplements. Major difference is that I take straight-up choline, but phosphatidylserine was something I was considering as an alternative, as PtdSer->PtdEthanolamine->PtdCho. In addition, I also take Ashwaganda, Vitamin D, methyl B12, and methylfolate, and don't take a statin. I guess I need to buy her book... or notStavia wrote:Day 9
Dr Pamela Wartian Smith
1. Phosphotidylserine: prevention. ADHD. Nootrope. Prevents memory loss. TBI. Post stroke up to 5 years later. No interactions with other meds.
2. Omega 3 - an antiinflammatory - her preferred antiinflammamtory because it helps heart and brain
3. Curcumin - also antiinflammatory
4. CoQ 10 - recommend 100mg age 50 or above. Cant get it from food. Many medications deplete coQ10 such as betablockers ending on "ol", hydrochlorthiazide, metformin, glipizide , as well as statins. Extreme exercise depletes coQ10. Heart and brain us e the most coQ10
5. Statins need basic multivit and coQ10. They deplete six nutrients.
6. Alpha lipoic acid - make less when we age. 100mg a day. Doses of 300 to 400 mg a day, can help lower blood glucose. `Prevent and treat neuropathy.
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I cant any more.
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