Sept. 7, 2021: I’m adding this preface. Thank you for your responses! I did not anticipate this! Please do not have expectations of my efforts culminating in anything that is not very basic, already known by most people on this forum, or more than what is easily accessible on the internet. I use the term “report” the way a teacher would not a researcher. I’m wholly unqualified but am very curious and just want to learn. Thank you!
I am embarking on researching all of the supplements listed below and will be writing a report to the best of my laymen ability on each. Then I need to research which supplements, nootropics, vitamins, and herbs work well together and conversely what combinations should be avoided. I also intend on researching optimum timing and bioavailability. An example being that curcumin has extremely poor bioavailability which is improved greatly (David Sinclair) when taken with a fat whereas B vitamins bring water soluble I believe should be taken between meals. The complexity goes on and on and creates quite a tangle.
I am asking for help!
If anyone has information or resources on interactions to help me embark on this, please share. I will file every tidbit I receive. I want to avoid reinventing the wheel. This is going to be a lot of research but I believe it will be valuable. Hearing opinions that are pulled out of the air confuses me so please provide some reasoning or sources.
I should first at least be able to categorize what I’m going to research. Any help with that, how to categorize, would be excellent. Please help!
For now, a list:
NAC N-Acetyl L Cysteine or N-Acetyl Cysteine
Magnesium (many forms: magnesium carbonate, magnesium L-threonate, etc)
CDP Choline / Citicoline
Ubiquinol (Reduced form of Co-Q10)
Silymarin (milk thistle)
Zinc / L-Methionine Sulfate
Sulforaphane (supplements such as Brocco Max and broccoli sprouts)
Turmeric / curcumin
Marine Collagen & collagen peptides
Potassium Iodide / Potassium Chloride
I feel better now than 6 months ago and I owe that to what I have learned from the researchers and experienced PWP on this forum. Thank you to those who endeavor to help us help ourselves!