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Mixing supplements

Mixing supplements

I’ve heard some people say that you’re not supposed to take certain supplements together, or that there are certain times to take them at, and some that you have to take with or without food. Looking for some help with my supplements and have some questions.

List of supplements- L-arginine (AEE), fish oil, Horny goat weed, Ginko Biloba

Questions-
-Will ANY of these interfere with each other? I saw somebody write that you shouldn’t take fish oil with Ginkgo Biloba, is this true?
-Which of these should you take on an empty or full stomach? The only thing I know is that you need to take Arginine on an empty stomach, does it matter for the rest of these?
-When should you take these? Does it matter for any of these at all?
-Which of these are “on demand” and which do you need to build up for effects? I know Ginkgo takes a while to work, is this the case with any of the other supplements?

Any input is appreciated.


Starting stats: NBPEL:6.5 | MSEG:5.25 (around 3/1/2010)

Current stats: NBPEL:6.5 | MSEG:5.25 (around 3/1/2010)

Short-term goals NBPEL:7.25| MSEG: 5.65

The only one on that list that proved useful to me for improving EQ was HornyGoatWeed and that was a combo product.

Best to take L- Arginine on a empty stomach.

Best to take HGW on a empty stomach.

The other 2 should be fine taken with food,meaning it should not reduce absorption and may actually improve it.

As far as mixing Ginkgo with fish oil. Might be better to take at different times if by chance Ginkgo does act as a blood thinner. I am unclear if this has actually been proven. If I recall correctly I have seen studies saying both yes and no to it’s blood thinning potential. It may depend on the person?

All seem to have cumulative effects if they in fact work for you. Meaning they improve the longer one takes them. There may be a possibility over time your body builds up a tolerance to some of these things and taking a break from them may be necessary. Fish oil, essentially being a food probably does not suffer this problem.
Arginine being a component of food may also not suffer this but there has been at least one study that did find a absorption issue after prolonged use. I read it on this site actually. Do arginine search.

Great post, very much appreciated panthers.


Starting stats: NBPEL:6.5 | MSEG:5.25 (around 3/1/2010)

Current stats: NBPEL:6.5 | MSEG:5.25 (around 3/1/2010)

Short-term goals NBPEL:7.25| MSEG: 5.65

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