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When to take the supplements?

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Arbre
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When to take the supplements?

Postby Arbre » Tue Jan 21, 2020 8:28 am

I have not been able to find in Bredesen's book a recipe of when to take each supplement (maybe there is, but I have not found it).

Of course, melatonin is before sleeping. But what about the other pills? B12 / folate / D3 & K2 / ...?

Does it matter when to take them? All at the same time? Separate? With food or without? After a workout or not? ...

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Re: When to take the supplements?

Postby xactly » Tue Jan 21, 2020 12:13 pm

Arbre wrote:I have not been able to find in Bredesen's book a recipe of when to take each supplement (maybe there is, but I have not found it).

Of course, melatonin is before sleeping. But what about the other pills? B12 / folate / D3 & K2 / ...?

Does it matter when to take them? All at the same time? Separate? With food or without? After a workout or not? ...

It does matter when you take some of them. On page 233, you'll find a table called "ReCODE: The Basic Plan" that lists supplements, as well as dosage. He also recommends timing for some of them. I checked online sources and also directions on the supplement bottles for the ones without timing advice. I created a table for myself in Excel that put all of this together. For instance, I don't take zinc and magnesium at the same time because they interfere with one other.


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