I've always loved this subject, I like physiology, so I follow the supplement science news for fun. Feel free to contest anything I say, as I am constantly refining my program and welcome the input.
Vit D (lots of anti-cancer correlations lately)
tryptophan (FDA bans just lifted?.. precursor for serotonin?)
zyflablend (as news about inflammation indicators and the link with some types of CV disease increase)
daily aspirin (I've settled in on half of a reg non-buffered) Very underappreciated, aspirin.
Increased my pharm grade fish oil to 2-3 Gms (omega threes long been known miracle mood stabilizer, joints,CV)
B12 injections monthly
Melatonin drops once the lights are off (1-2 mgm SL depending)
Thinking about switching my CoQ 10 (200mg) to the newer better absorbed kind.
and of course, the regular daily vites.
Considering dropping the DHEA cream, don't feel I need it.
anybody trying to increase their NO with amino acids like L- arginine?
Oh...magnesium! I've stopped supplementing Ca and have added Mg instead for optimizing ratios.
Green tea....once or twice a day, it grows on you. And I really notice it makes me less hungry?
None of my friends or SO are interested in this stuff (that could be a good sign) So I have no one to discuss it with.