Suppliments: Building Blocks for Healing and Health

My overall goal is to live as pain free as possible as I grow older, stay as active as I can over the years and enjoy this physical body as long as I have it.  I do not believe taking prescription medications are healthy long term solutions.  Any pain or discomfort, body chemistry imbalances are more a result of life style choices (food, weight, activity).  I realize there are health problems that require medical intervention.  However, a combination of good solid nutrition and medical treatment deals with the immediate solution and the underlying causes.  If medication is needed, in combination of good nutrition and supplements we can minimize the damage of prescription medication. I spend about $1.45 per day on supplements.

High Cholesterol

September 2010

  • Weight: 185
  • Cholesterol: 285
  • HDL and LDL totally wrong

March 2011

  • Weight 165
  • Cholesterol 210
  • HDL and LDL still off

February 2012

  • Weight 160
  • Cholesterol 180
  • HDL : 43  LDL: 129 Triglicerides: 64

June 2012

  • Weight 150
  • Cholesterol: TBD
  • Blood Chemistry:  TBD

I managed this with a combination of vitamin supplements and following a vegan diet.  I also started the juicing program in March of 2012.  This helped break through the 160-165 pound weight barrier I was hovering at.  I  have now settled in at 150 pounds.

Before the diet and supplement changes I worked my down to 148# and my cholesterol was still about 215.  the reading for HDL and LDL were way off balance.  There is a genetic predisposition to high cholesterol in my family and I was able to overcome it with diet and supplements.


In January of 2010 I was experiencing pain in my hip with all the walking I was doing.  It never really went away no matter what I did to help it.  I began the anti-inflammatory supplements and now, two years later I do not have any pain in my hip.

Supplements: It looks like a lot of pills…and I am afraid it is.

Heart Health

  • Niacin (straight Niacin not the flush free-flush free does not have the same impact)Started with 250 mg/ 3x a day with meals and worked my way up to 750 mg/ 3x a day.
  • B Complex
  • B12
  • Vitamin C: 1000 mg/3x a day
  • Phytosterols:  1000mg/3x a day (Helps the liver balance and process out cholesterol)
  • Cranberry Extract: 1000 mg/3x   a day (balance HDL and LDL)
  • Garlic: 1000 mg/3x a day
  • Lecithin: 1200 mg/3x a day between meals (arterial scrubber)
  • L-Arginine:  Expands the arteries without thinning the blood
  • Flax Oil 1200 mg/3x and day
  • Cinnamon:  1 tablet /6 times a day (levels out blood sugar)

Bone and Joint Health

  • Vitamin D: 4,000 in/3x a day (Calcium absorption and processing)
  • Calcium:  1200 mg/1x per day
  • Magnesium 500mg/2x per day (Calcium absorption and processing)
  • Niacinamide: 500mg/3x per day (joint lubricator and is helpful for brain function)
  • Sam-E:  200mg/2x a day (joint health)
  • Chondroitin:  500 mg/3x a day
  • Glucosomine: 500mg/3x a day
  • MSM: 500mg/3x a day
  • Curcumin:  1000mg/3x a day between meals with lecithin for absorption (major anti-inflamatory)
  • Bormelain:  3 tablest per day between meals (absorb curcumin and anti-inflamatory)

General Health

  • Multivitamin
  • Saw Palmento (prostate health)
  • Ginko Biloba (brain function)
  • DHEA 100 mg/1x per day
  • Cayenne Pepper for metabolism boost
  • Lutein -Zeaxanthin (eye health)
  • Vitamin K (eye health)
  • L-Malic (Cellular transport and production of ATP energy)
  • L-Carnitine (Cellular transport and production of ATP energy)
  • d-Ribose (Cellular transport and production of ATP energy)
  • CoQ10 (2x/ day at recommended dose-energy production)
  • Resveratrol (Anti-oxidant)

Juicing: (More to Come)


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