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most colorful [antioxidant and antiinflammatory] supplements?

Post  magic_gro on Fri Jun 02, 2017 1:56 pm

Yes, you read that right... I'm looking for suggestions on supplements that are the most colorful. I want to perform geometric dilution of a bunch of different supplements that are all white in color but I would like to cut them with stuff that is also good for me.

I have lots of white powders that I would like to mix together and take in small even doses throughout the day. To be sure that I am performing geometric dilution properly, I need to mix them with colored supplements.

Colorful things that I am thinking of:

  • CoQ10 (dark yellow)
  • Bilberry (violet: mostly blue when undiluted, mostly red when diluted)
  • Pine Bark (dark brown)
  • Ginger (light yellow)
  • RS-ALA (pale yellow)
  • Cinnamon (light brown)
  • Ellagic Acid (anti-oxidant)
  • Spirulina (green)
  • Setipiprant (mine is yellow)
  • Holy Basil (light/pale brown)
  • Bee Propolis (light brown)
  • Luteolin (yellow)
  • curcumin (orange)
  • Methylcobalamin (red: I know it would be best taken sublingually, but i'd just increase the dose to compensate)
  • Methylene blue

What other good things would you suggest I look into? I'm thinking a bunch of vitamins B would be yellow, but it may be a bad idea supplementing on just some of them...

Thank you!

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Re: most colorful [antioxidant and antiinflammatory] supplements?

Post  johndoe1225 on Sat Jun 03, 2017 9:46 am

How about Chlorella, since you mentioned Spirulina?

Also nutritional yeast, amazing source of B-vitamins, not sure if that's what you meant though. Tastes like cheddar Very Happy


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Re: most colorful [antioxidant and antiinflammatory] supplements?

Post  Balthier on Mon Jun 05, 2017 5:24 am

beetroot or pomegranate.


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