This is my updated list of supplements, lifestyle “hacks”, and cosmetic routines. It looks more complicated than it really is, plus the fact that I don’t always remember… (this graphic shows supplements worth taking. Just look above the line.)
I’m a convert to supplements because of the recent science behind them. So what do I take?
Curcumen: The active ingredient in turmeric, curcumen is good for joint health. It is important to take a bioavailable form, discussed in the blog link.
L-Serine With such a low risk to benefit ratio why not…
2. Lifestyle Strategies
Acupuncture. I have acupuncture at least once a week, and do TaVNS at least once per week. My HRV is quite high (high HRV is good), stress
levels low because I’ve worked on it for so many years. As much as I’m experimenting with TaVNS as a supplement to acupuncture, I still think Acupuncture has more profound effects. Lower your stress and you achieve many, many benefits.
I use a 1mm dermaroller about 3 times a week after showering. Tretinoin .1 % mixed with moisturizer. I’ve recently started to use a microdermabrasion product daily. (I’ll let you know about that!). I take Nutrafol. A supplement for hair that I’m convinced works. There are cheaper alternatives, I’m sure.