The following supplementation regimen is suggested. As always, consult your physician before beginning any nutritional supplementation regimen.
- Cruciferous vegetable extract, 1-2 capsules per day.
- Curcumin, four 900 mg capsules, 3 times daily on an empty stomach for a total of 10.8 g per day. Note the caution earlier in this protocol.
- Lightly caffeinated green tea extract, three 725 mg capsules, two times a day with meals. Use decaffeinated green tea extract if you are sensitive to caffeine or want to use a less-stimulating version with the evening dosage.
- CLA or CLA with guarana, 3000 to 4000 mg daily of CLA and about 300 mg of guarana, early in the day.
- Melatonin, 3 to 50 mg at bedtime.
- Powders (broccoli, cabbage, and other cruciferous vegetables that provide sulforaphane and other cancer-fighting plant extracts), 1-2 tbsp daily.
- Se-methylselenocysteine, 200 to 400 mcg daily.
- CoQ10, three 100 mg softgels in divided doses. Note the caution stated in this protocol.
- EPA/DHA with Sesame Lignans, 8 softgels daily, in divided doses. Take with nonfiber meals.
- Vitamin D3, 4000 to 6000 IU taken daily with monthly blood testing to monitor for toxicity. Reduce dosage at 6 months.
- Water-soluble vitamin A, 100,000 to 300,000 IU daily with monthly blood testing to monitor for toxicity. Reduce dosage at 6 months.
- Vitamin E succinate (tocopheryl succinate), 1200 IU daily.
- Gamma tocopherol, 1 capsule daily.
- Vitamin C, 4000 to 12,000 mg throughout the day.
- Gamma linolenic acid, 4 capsules of Mega GLA w/Sesame Lignans.
- Whey protein concentrate-isolate, 30 to 60 grams daily in divided doses.
- Calcium, magnesium, and bone-protecting nutrients. Take 5 capsules at bedtime.
- Vitamin K, 10 mg daily.
- Silicon, 6 mg daily.
- Multinutrient formula, daily.
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