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vitamins A to X and which WORK

vitamins A to X and which WORK

I read in a nutritional healing book ,that to cure impotence it is helpful to take
vitamin A 15,000IU daily
vitamin B complex 50mg three times daily
vitamine B6 50mg three times daily
vitamine E from 400-1000 a day . But starting at 200 and incresing

zinc 80mg daily

well I dont have impotence but I just want harder erections and at the same time stay healthy . No supplements that just mess you up.

Which Other vitamins or combination do you guys know about?
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You should take your Zinc combined with Copper (about 1mg Copper to 15mg Zinc). Taking a lot of
zinc will cause you to go low in Copper, and they need to work together in that ratio. Also, make
sure the Vit. A you take is Beta Carotene (vegetable source), not Retinol (oil source). Too much
Retinol is not good.

Also, why would you add B6 separately when you are already taking a B complex?

Vitamin C is also important for healthy sperm, in particular their motility (ability to swim correctly or
swim at all) and to keep it from clumping.

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Speaking as a long time supplement junkie, I’m pretty sure that most vitamins work best when they’re alive (as in real un-nuked food rather than ground up rock or synthesised solo molecules). That’s tough to do these days though. Looking down isle after isle in the supermarket just can be pretty depressing viewing. I recently started on “superfood”, and I get a physical lift from it not long after drinking it. Not sure what the vitamin line up is off the top of my head, but I can find out if you like. It’s more than 100% RDA on the most common ones and very easily assimilated.

The only stuff I now keep on hand in tablet or capsule form is Vit-C (in case I should ever get cold symptoms), and oil based supplements like Udo’s Choice.

Please tell us more about SuperFood. Is that a powder? If you could list its vitamin content, that would be great.

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Yeah tell us more about “Superfood”. I was also looking to the wheatgrass deal as well.


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I’m heading out of the door in a moment, so I’ll list the label contents tomorrow. In the meantime here is one website: http://www.dr-schulze.com/abp_1024x768.asp

Btw, it’s much cheaper if you buy it in bulk from other sites - about $19 per lb (~ a months worth)

I take about 25.000 iu of vitamin “A”
Betacariteine 75.000 iu I take for my vision I had lots of lazer surgeries and two vetrectomies. But perhaps this is one of the reasons I no longer have Erectile Dysfunction.

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I was reading the facts on my Men’s One a Day and saw that vitamin E at 45 IU was 150% RDA. Tsiwt says above that his book recommends 400-1000 (I assume IU). Can anyone verify that it is a good idea to take so much, and are there any draw-backs to taking so much vitamin E?


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There was a recent study calling into question the validity of Vitamin E supplements and suggested that it actually hinders longevity. I read about it in The New York Times. I’m pretty sure it was international news (AP, Reuters or something).

I don’t know. I have always taken 400 IU of natural vitamin E, and recently made sure that it was a mix of Alpha, Beta and Gamma tocepherols.
This is what I take. The added selenium is said to work in concert with the E. Although you can get it without.

Experts (Dr. Weil, Gary Null, and others) agree that natural vitamin E is preferable to the synthetic. d-alpha instead of dl-alpha…

Dr. Andrew Weil recommends 400-800 IU in his book 8 Weeks to Optimum Health. He has a http://www.drweil.com/u/Home/]web-site too. I looked at what his reaction to the study was by doing a search on Vitamin E and found he thought the studies were skewed.

The Zinc / Copper ratio is good to know.

You want to be harder? Male Fuel, two in the morning, two at night. Results noticeable after a day of taking them. The shit works. Has the Zinc and most of the B vitamins in it.

Or liquid Ginseng concentrate, a good natural herb.


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Superfood breakdown:

2 Tablespoons (15grams) 39 calories
Fat 0.5g (unsaturated)
Fat 0g (saturated)
Cholesterol 0g
Carbs 6g
Fibre 2g (8% RDA)
Sodium 28.5mg (1% RDA)
Protein (6g 12% RDA)

Nutrient/amount/RDA
A (Beta Carotene)* 7000iu 130%
B1 5.4mg 400%
B2 5.4mg 400%
B3 31.6mg 185%
B6 5.4mg 300%
B12 8.3mcg 400%
C** 12.7mg 20%
Iron 2.21mg 18%
Zinc 1.8mg 13%
Iodine 53.2mcg 35%

*Beta Carotene is only one of the carotenoids, but others are not officially recognised so not listed.
**Vit C is supplied by using Rose hips, Orange and Lemon peels to supply Rutin, Hesperidin, Bioflavinoid, Malic, Citric and Gallic acids, but Not Vitamin C.

There’s a lot more writing on the tub about the source of the contents but I won’t write it all due to the slant (eg. not made from “vitamin A from fish grease, B12 made from activated sewage sludge or dehydrated beef livers” etc)

Also contains unspecified amounts of other nutrients that are not on the required RDA list: “Unrecognised B complex nutrients like Folic acid, Choline, Biotin, Inositol, Para-aminobenzoic acid, Pantothenic acid and others. Superfood contains Vit D, E, F (EFA’s), K (Phytonadione), P).

“Superfood is almost 10% plant minerals by volume and contains all the minerals from Calcium to Zinc, and over 100 trace micro-minerals like Boron, Chromium, Cobalt, Copper, Germanium, Manganese, Molybdenum, Nickel, Selenium, Silicon, Silver, Sulphur, Vanadium, and many more”

“Superfood is almost half protein by weight. It has 250% more protein that meat poultry and fish with a very high NPUF (net protein utilization factor) and PER (protein efficiency ratio).”

“No heat is used in the drying and powdering of any ingredients. This assures us that the enzymes are still alive. Rich in (SOD) super Oxide Dismutase (over 10,000iu) and co-enzyme Q-10, Omega3, Omega6”

It goes on but I’m getting bored of parsing details out of the advert on the tub. I’ve already bought it so they can stop the sales pitch. Anyway, bottom line is it’s green, looks like dried grass cuttings, tastes like that too, and is supposed to be good for you.


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Thanks for taking the time Shiver. I looked at Dr. Schulze’s site. Kinda expensive. Are you saying you can get the brand he sells, but cheaper on other sites, or there are several products called “SuperFood” that are all the same? Do you get the above listed one from Dr. Schulze?


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Originally Posted by Mr. Happy
There was a recent study calling into question the validity of Vitamin E supplements and suggested that it actually hinders longevity. I read about it in The New York Times. I’m pretty sure it was international news (AP, Reuters or something).

I don’t know. I have always taken 400 IU of natural vitamin E, and recently made sure that it was a mix of Alpha, Beta and Gamma tocepherols.
This is what I take. The added selenium is said to work in concert with the E. Although you can get it without.

Experts (Dr. Weil, Gary Null, and others) agree that natural vitamin E is preferable to the synthetic. d-alpha instead of dl-alpha…

Dr. Andrew Weil recommends 400-800 IU in his book 8 Weeks to Optimum Health. He has a http://www.drweil.com/u/Home/]web-site too. I looked at what his reaction to the study was by doing a search on Vitamin E and found he thought the studies were skewed.

I take many supplements and vitamin E is among them. I take 100 IU E, plus what my multivitamin and food contains. I use to take more E, but since it is a blood thinner and some other supplements I take will also thin the blood, I had cut back on the amount of these supplements awhile back. In combination my blood had become too thin at one point.

I remember the news about vitamin E. The media latched onto it and never bothered to publish any followups when the truth came out.

John Hopkins University School of Medicine released the negative report. Out of hundreds of studies, many of which have shown positive effects of vitamin E, Hopkins hand selected 19 studies and used those as their basis for the report. Most of these hand picked studies were with many very seriously ill patients, including some patients in nursing homes.

The Hopkins report was not based on a brand new study. They collected these studies from the past 12 years.

The report was published in Annals of Internal Medicine, a respected medical journal. Within weeks, some of the worlds best scientists had unleashed a firestorm of criticism and rebuttals, challenging the selection bias and conclusions. This was ignored by the media.

The study authors are not new at this. In the New England Journal of Medicine, they once claimed that fish oil increases heart attack risk. This has been thoroughly rejected.

Vitamin E alone, or any other supplement alone, can’t do it all. Vitamin E is a fat soluble antioxidant, but not all free radicals occur in fat; some occur in watery parts of the body like blood. Different types of free radicals require different types of antioxidants. Prevention with a multi prong high level supplemental program is the best way to go.


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