|Vitamin B1 (thiamine)||Carbohydrate metabolism, supports appetite and nervous system function||Whole grain cereals, legumes, beans, nuts, liver, pork|
|Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)||Healthy skin and eyes, part of coenzymes in energy metabolism||Dairy, meat, leafy greens, whole grains|
|Vitamin B3 (niacin)||Part of coenzyme in energy metabolism, maintains healthy skin and digestive system||Tuna, dairy, meat, nuts, proteins, whole grains|
|Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)||Protein absorption and metabolism, aids in red blood cell formation||Whole grain cereals, vegetables, meats, nuts, eggs, bananas|
|Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin)||Energy metabolism, nervous system and mental health||Meat, fish, yogurt, cheese, eggs, soybeans, spinach|
|Vitamin D||Bone and teeth growth, calcium absorption||Sunlight, milk, egg, fish liver oils|
|Vitamin K||Blood clotting cascade||Green leafy vegetables, milk, liver, potatoes|
|Calcium||Strengthens bones, teeth, muscular tissue, muscle action and nerve function, blood clotting||Milk and dairy products|
|Chromium||Glucose metabolism, increases effectiveness of insulin, fatty acid and cholesterol synthesis||Salt, soy sauce, brewers yeast, whole grain cereals|
|Folic acid||Part of coenzymes for new cell formation, prevention of neural tube defects, protein metabolism, proper brain function||Leafy green vegetables, liver, fortified grain products, legumes, seeds|
|Iron||Part of hemoglobin and myoglobin, increases resistance to stress and disease||Meats, legumes, eggs, fish, beans|
|Magnesium||Bone mineralization, enzyme action, nerve function||Nuts, leafy green vegetables, seafood, whole grains|
|Potassium||pH balance, nerve function, fluid balance, influences muscle activity||Avocado, banana, yogurt, orange, leafy greens|
|Zinc||Immune function, cell division, cell growth, carbohydrate breakdown||Seafood, meat, nuts, seeds, chocolate|
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So it would seem that I have figured out how to negate the effects of aging in my body. Or at least the things that made me look and feel older. Aches, pains, freckles, moles, age spots, liver spots, skin tags, etc. Even arthritis it seems. I’m so limber it’s ridiculous; almost comical. I can squat down, bow, touch my head to the ground and stand back up without using my hands, aside from balance.
I don’t think my body will ever look like a seventeen year old again, but that’s what I’m shooting for at this point. I’ve had so much success at this point that it is at least worth shooting for.
I am expecting that I will be able to approach a body that looks like an athletic twenty-five and be able to keep it there as long as I am willing.
It has not been easy, nor has not been cheap, but I am glad I have made the investment. It has been almost 3 years now and I expect that the full transition from my previous body of death to my new body of life will have taken about 42 months. Roughly January of 2021. Just three and a half years.
Eventually I will provide more details, but in simplest terms it would seem that for most if not all of my life my body has been running at a nutritional deficit. Though I am not certain I believe that I might even be genetically dependent on a few key nutrients. Specifically thiamine, riboflavin and niacin.
Below is the specific protocol that I will be on for a month to see what changes are affected. This should correct any nutrient deficiencies that can be corrected given enough time.
Maybe I should just call it Alpha-Vita Soup. Everything your body needs from A to Zinc.
Vitamin A-Retinyl Palmitate x 1
Vitamin B1-Benfotiamine[synthetic] x 1
Boron x 3
Vitamin D3-Cholecalciferol x 1
Vitamin E-dl-alpha-tocopherol Acetate x 1
Beef Liver(Defatted/Dessicated) x 3