The Single Dude's Guide to Supplements for Optimum Health in a Poisonous World

SupplementsThe more I learn about life the more sure I am in my conviction that the most important asset a dude has is his health. One can always make more money, get a new girlfriend, and make new friends and business contacts. The only non-renewable assets in life are health, time, and family. And without health it is virtually impossible to enjoy anything else in life.

The difficulty today for the single dude is that it is becoming more and more difficult to be healthy in today’s world. Humans are trashing the planet in a wide variety of ways while poisoning ourselves more and more. Face it dudes, there is poison everywhere nowadays, in the food, in the air, in the water, in the financial and political systems, and in modern culture. The world is becoming more and more poisonous every year and there is no evidence that this trend will reverse, stop, or even slow. In fact this trend will probably accelerate throughout the foreseeable future.

As a result of these ubiquitous poisons of the modern world, it is my opinion that the single dude must make health maintenance an utmost priority these days. If you wait until you get sick to take care of your health it may be too late. Don’t wait until you start getting old to start combating the effects of aging. Do it now while you are still young. Don’t make the single most retarded decision of the Western world, which is sacrificing health for money via the corporate prison work structure. Most importantly, you must take personal responsibility for your health. Don’t put your life in the hands of these Western medical hacks with a profit motive in keeping you sick and consuming their “treatments”, which are part of one of the biggest scams of the modern age. If you don’t take personal responsibility for your own health, no one will.

I believe in approaching all problems from as many angles as possible. Nowhere is this more important than you health, where a holistic approach must be taken in this modern age. This means exercise, diet, stress management, toxin avoidance, detox, pathogen control, and supplements. Today I would like to discuss supplements and how they are a necessity in today’s poisonous environment.

Every day, I take at least 50 supplement pills and after 6+ months of this regimen I have never felt better in my life. I am bursting with energy and can go from 9 AM to 1 AM every day without feeling tired, and without coffee. My mind is super sharp and I catch my brain doing all sorts of “smart” things that a few years ago I wouldn’t have done. My memory is drastically improved, my mental calculator is sharp, I can express myself very clearly and I can focus much better. For example, I always remember hot chick’s names now when I meet them at the coffee shop. I also am in a good and calm mood almost all the time, with hardly any big mood swings, lethargy, or insecurity or paranoia. I am feeling like a beast in the gym and I am throwing my girlfriends around the bedroom with gusto. I’m in my mid thirties and I have never felt better in my life.

I challenge you single dudes out there to try it for a month and see how you feel. I have been proselytizing the supplement gospel to my friends and associates the last several months and have talked several of my friends into trying a $125 cocktail of supplements for a month and all who have tried it have reported more energy, better mood and increased mental clarity. If you want to try, here’s are some suggestions for Single Dude Supplementation:

1: Probiotics – A quality probiotic is absolutely essential. A healthy gut has a huge impact on many areas of life, including mental health and digestion. Some estimates are that for every 1 human cell on you person now there are 10 “other” cells along for the ride. Certain gut bacteria have evolved over the eons with humans, and we could not live without them. With all the new malignant super-germs in the world, your gut bacteria needs all the help they can get. Probiotics are also essential for traveling, if you don’t want to spend all your next vacation in India on the shitter, stock up now.

2: Prebiotics – Prebiotics are food for probiotics. It’s the stuff the good bacteria like to eat. Unfortunately junk food, particularly wheat and other unhealthy carb-based products, are the food of choice for the bad bacteria that also like to live inside you. To keep your healthy bacteria (probiotics) at optimal levels and your unhealthy bacterias at a minimum you need a three pronged approach: 1) Avoid the shit bad bacteria likes to eat: junk food in general but particularly refined carbohydrates and especially sugar. 2) Eat prebiotics, food for the good bacteria. 3) Actively ingest the good bacteria (probiotics).

3: Resveretrol – the good stuff in red wine. It’s has great anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and anti-aging properties. To get 200 mg of resveretrol you’d need to drink hundreds of bottles of red wine, or just take a pill. I take 800 mg of trans-resveratrol daily.

4: Spirulina – a saltwater algae, it’s nature’s multi-vitamin, and the world’s best protein source. Beef is 20% protein, spirulina is 60%. There are stories of Japanese monks living on this stuff for 15 years. I take fistfulls of this: at least 10g a day (20 pills).

5: Super food drink mixes – nowadays, even the veggies are GMO, grown with oil-based nitrate fertilizers, and basically devoid of nutrients. So I take superfood drink mixes, which are mixes of super nutrient high veggies and fruits. When mixed with a glass of water, it’s like eating 10 plates of the best veggies from the cleanest places. The mixes usually have probiotics included.

6: Creatine – once thought of as a bodybuilding supplement, the new research looks like creatine has a host of benefits for the brain and is a powerful anti-aging supplement. Plus it does make you able to get a few more reps in at the gym or toss a little Chinese chick around the bedroom another few times. I take 5 mg at least, and also after a workout.

7: Royal Jelly – the food of the queen bee. While genetically identical to the rest of the bees, a diet royal jelly makes a regular bee larva turn into a queen instead. The queen lives for 7 years instead of 6 months, and the difference is royal jelly. A powerful anti-aging supplement and energy booster.

8: Omega 3 supplements (fish oil) - with all the radioactive fish out there make sure you have a high quality version of this (Noridic cold water fish is the best supply nowadays). Shoot for a 1-2 ratio of EPA to DHA. Omega 3 is essential for brain function, learning, and is also a powerful anti-inflammatory. I take 1.5g of EPA (3g DHA) daily.

9: Super seed mixes – seeds are a great source of fiber and Omega 3s, mixes with flaxseed, chia seed, etc, super seeds are packed with life. They usually also have probiotics included.

10: Tart Cherry – tart cherry is an excellent anti-inflammatory and painkiller as well as antioxidant and is way healthier for you to treat minor aches and pains than asprin, ibuprofin, Tylenol, or any of the other Big Pharma poison painkillers.

11: Marijuana – What if I told you I had a supplement that kept you relaxed, raised your mood every day, and has a host of new research suggesting it is a wonder drug that treats everything from simple pain to autoimmune disorders, glaucoma, and AIDS? Sounds good right? That’s weed for you, and add its tremendous medical potential to the list of reasons why the powers that be don’t want it legal. I had a girlfriend once who had a terrible health problem. An artery burst in her neck (they call this “dissection”) and she had horrible debilitating headaches all the time. She went to every doctor and each one prescribed some super strong dangerous Big Pharma poison and none of them worked. Sure, some made her headaches go away by knocking her into a 12 hour coma so strong the apartment could have burned down and she would have slept though it, but the only thing that let her actually be a functioning member of society was weed. Too bad she lives in Texas and it was highly illegal there even for medical purposes. Just remember, smoking it is probably not the best for you so get a vaporizer or cook with it. A teaspoon of vaporizer leftovers in my morning omelet makes me happy, chill, and productive all day long.

There’s a lot of other choices for supplements out there and it’s big business these days. For international and US supply I highly recommend iHerb.com. They have a huge supply of everything, lightning fast shipping which is often free in the USA and astoundingly cheap internationally. Do your own research, try some of these supplements out and pay attention to how you feel before and after. Let me know how it works for you.

* DISCLAIMER: I am not a fucking doctor. Use your brain. Do your own research. You alone are responsible for your own health. The law says I should tell you to consult a regular Western physician but I’d be careful of that if I were you, that quack will probably pump you full of poisonous and profitable Big Pharma drugs that make you bleed out of your eyeballs or something. Fuck you FDA, US Dept of Agriculture, McDonalds, and Monsanto.

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15 comments to The Single Dude’s Guide to Supplements for Optimum Health in a Poisonous World

  • Amir timur

    I think youre on shaky ground here. Most of the abovementioned is marketted crap. Try the following: Epsom salt bath for magnesium. Liver for copper. Diet free of polyunsaturated fats, high on saturated fats. Offal for nutrients. Bakingsoda for various purposes. Good luck, I also have begun to care for my health a lot now(Deadlift 2x bodyweight. Squat 1.66x.)

  • Ronny

    My advice about the weed to not-weed-lovers – one slow puff with hold-up. Amazing long wonderful effect, without loss of energy and other negative sympthoms for anyone who i know!

  • Curt

    Also, have you guys heard anything about apple cider vinegar? Any thoughts?

  • Curt

    Hey guys, cool post about a topic I’ve been thinking a lot about lately too. Didn’t know you could get the red wine goodies in a pill– I’ve just been drinking the wine (though a little short of hundreds of bottles).

    In addition to some of the ones on your list, I take vitamins B (energy and boozing), D (testosterone), and C (damn near everything). I also take DMAE (great for mental focus and possibly hangovers) and theanine (which is the stuff in tea that smooths out the effects of caffeine).

    Party on.

  • Jacques

    I’m one of the guys who has taken a version of the Charlie Challenge. The effects are not mind-blowing. You will not wake up 30 days from now and wonder where resveretrol and bee pollen have been all your life. You will not jizz .380 bullets when you’re done with the cycle.

    But you’ll feel better. You’ll be able to drink more and get back to it earlier. Your mind will be a bit sharper.

    It’s worth it.

    Some things I’d add:

    1. Ease into the dosages. Whenever you’re fucking with your intake, start slowly and make sure you’re not in the percentage of people who are allergic, etc.

    2. As you do this, adjust your beverage intake if you haven’t already. I am a lifetime Diet Coke addict, but since I started in on these supplements I have limited my beverages to water, tea, black coffee, red wine, and properly-brewed booze (save the occasional hard liquor – neat, of course). I quit smoking and did not have as many withdrawal symptoms as I did when I got off the Nutrasweet. My skin itched and my head hurt, and then it was gone. And I felt great once it was over. Haven’t looked back since. Red rooibos tea, English black tea, and fresh coffee is all you need.

    3. The Omega-3 pills give you fish burps. Can’t get around it, but something you’ll get used to.

  • Robin

    Also, I think it’s safe to say ORGANIC tea of your favorite variety should be a staple in everyone’s diet. I like to switch it up and sometimes get green tea capsules, or loose leaf white the next time, then rooibos, black, pu-erh, etc. Try to put a little citrus in it and avoid diary around the time you drink it and your body will absorb it better. I also take a turmeric extract capsule at the same time I take my greens pill since it has black pepper in it. Your body absorbs turmeric better with black pepper I’ve read. Finally, I like to take a couple of garlic capsules and a whey/casein protein blend before I exercise. I think garlic is good for blood flow and of course, great for your heart. I’m not sure you would need ALL those you listed. For example, just put some organic berries in some Greek yogurt and sprinkle some flaxseed on it and you can knock out a few of those, but if you feel better that way, go for it.

      • Robin

        One last thing and this might sound wild and wacky, but something else that came to mind was a nitric oxide supp. They have been gaining popularity recently(see them in major supermarkets now), have a wide variety of tasty flavors, and lists a lot of healthy stuff(creatine, beta alanine, caffeine….) in the ingredients. Pretty much all the big name supp. companies have one available. (N.O. Xplode, Nano Vapor, Assault….) I have read an interview with a trainer that said, “for now, we say no to n.o.” meaning they either aren’t convinced it’s worth it or it hasn’t been researched enough yet. Also, of course, the intensity of your workout is what’s most important, but I think they might just give you a bit of an extra boost to your workout and are at least worthy of sampling once(at a low dose).

  • The Chief

    Great advice. A shame living healthy is so expensive!

    • You would be surprised how cheap some quality organic vegetables from your local co-op can be. Quality meats and supplements can cost a little bit of money but you can easily buy those with all the money you’re saving by not buying shit you shouldn’t: junk/fast food, excessive drinking, cigarettes, processed foods, etc.

  • Richard

    Beware, a lot of the supplement industry is based off bullshit and placebo, particularly the so-called “detox”. Drinking more water and eating well will do more to keep your body healthy than any supplement.

    I think you guys should stick to writing about foreign travel and stories about banging hot chicks.

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