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Recommendations for this protocol?

Post  Growdamnit on Mon Oct 09, 2017 5:42 am

Looking for the best supplements for this hairline protocol way back and it seemed like the only method to work. What are good sources for these?

THE SIX-MONTH HEAL EVERYTHING PROTOCOL

1.) Absolutely no alcohol. Ever. Not a drop. This is not optional, so don't bother with the rest if you're not going to do it. viewtopic.php?f=2&t=6152&hilit=alcohol
2.) High Protein intake from low tryptophan sources (I use casein to make this easier. NOT milk.). Minimum 100 g a day but generally 150-200 g.
viewtopic.php?f=10&t=6217&hilit=alcohol
3.) Magnesium Bicarbonate (other forms are not the same)
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=7330
4.) Hourly fruit/fruit juice intake/snacking to stabilize blood sugar & Coffee daily.
5.)Zinc/Copper/Iodine supplementation
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=7305
6.) Take Calcium with every meal which is low in calcium, to tip phosphorus/calcium ratio toward calcium to eliminate prolactin. Calcium carbonate only. Supplement additional calcium. 2g daily minimum. (warning: do not supplement large dose at the start. You will get hypercalcaemia. Work up your doses of all mineral supplements.
7.) If Zinc/Iodine supplementation does not produce pink/red toes and fingers you must add in thyroid. If you take Zinc and Iodine and your fingers and toes turn red/pink (with recent meal eaten) You don't need to take thyroid, but it can be optional for a short period of time to get a boost, if you like. Take Zinc/Iodine as needed to maintain red/pink color in extremities, but no more than needed.
8.) L-Lysine supplementation to block serotonin (500 mg in the AM, 500 in the PM). Please read about this because it can be uncomfortable if you're not knowledgeable, and can make driving dangerous until you know how it will affect you:
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=6004
9.) L-Taurine supplementation to increase dopamine (which also increases other healthy hormones) (500 mg in the AM, 500 in the PM)
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=6522
10.) Avoid municipal tap water because of the halides it contains.
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=7115&hilit=filter
11.) Take Niacinamide, 1500 mg in the morning, 1500 mg in the evening.
12.) Supplement the fat-soluble vitamins from good sources or take liver daily (or take individually) such as Estroban https://squareup.com/market/idealabs-llc/estroban, (liver is cheaper and probably better for you but Haidut's supplement is great. Take coffee with liver to bind the iron content).
13.) Add Coconut oil to your diet in any way possible.
14.) Don't engage in strenuous physical activity, but doing active things like being in the sun, walking, socializing are definitely requirements.

I used to be dismayed when I read in this forum that it takes 4 years to deplete the body of PUFAs. But I realized something recently: If you deplete 50% of the PUFAs in your body, you are 50% on your way to being better, and that would only take 1 year! (because the depletion is not linear, but exponential—even small increases in metabolism enable your body to start detoxifying the PUFAs) In addition to this you can block the effects of the PUFAs in your system with tools like Lysine and Zinc. If I had started right away with this kind of protocol I would have started feeling better in just a few weeks, amazing by 2-3 months, and totally cured of symptoms six, while still having to maintain a Peat centric diet and probably continue supplementing Lysine until every last PUFA is gone.

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Re: Recommendations for this protocol?

Post  Growdamnit on Tue Oct 10, 2017 9:20 am

Bump. No one can recommend a brand for any of the following?

Magnesium Bicarbonate (Can't even find it??)
Calcium/Phosphorus
Zinc/Iodine

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Re: Recommendations for this protocol?

Post  Growdamnit on Sat Oct 14, 2017 6:55 am

Bump once more.

It's really sad this forum has come to this. This post has so much good content for a path to good health and I get 225+ views without a single comment. We used to discuss so much here that helped me maintain my hair and led me to a ripped body over the years. Really sad stuff, but I appreciate all the originals.

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Re: Recommendations for this protocol?

Post  Sage 1 on Sat Oct 14, 2017 7:10 am

I use a natural routine, so for me supplement intake is out of the question.
But as you mention, it is quiet strange regarding the lack of interests.

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