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SandrAruba
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Ever since I am back to Aruba my body has been adjusting. I feel way more active here then I was while in Holland. I know my meds (thyrax for the missing thyroid) had to be adjusted because after 4 weeks I was so hyper it was horrible. I told my husband (who was in Holland during those three weeks) that it was a good thing he wasn't here. I was no fun. So I lowered my meds, but I am increasing them now again, because I am feeling so horribly tired. I sleep through the night and still can't get out of bed, although I wake up automatically after aprox. 7 to 8 hours sleep. So one would assume that I do sleep enough.

Anyho, I was thinking of starting the fatigue protocol.
    Methylcobalamin (Methyl B12), 1000 mcg: 2 capsules, daily, away from food
    Cortiguard (Brahmi Bacopa monnieri),  1-2 capsules, twice daily
    Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NADH), 10-20 mg: 1 capsule in morning
    Pantothenic acid, 250 mg: 1-2 capsules, twice daily
    Polyvite A multivitamin: 2-3 capsules daily

I am ordering de b12, polyvite and cortiguard today, but can anyone tell me what those other two are? I am pretty sure I won't be able to get them here on Aruba at the drug store. What is NADH and Pantothenic acid?
We have a drugstore here that carries a rather large selection of supplements (I get my kelp capsules there) would these two be combined in some other supp?





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Thanks Lola, but it doesn't help. If I search there for the nico thingy I get the protocol I already found. Still have no clue what is is. That is not specified.




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Pantothenic acid active form B... very important to get the right one.  


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it clearly specifies, that if you have access to two or three sups listed in any specific protocols, you are good to go


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Quoted from Lola
it clearly specifies, that if you have access to two or three sups listed in any specific protocols, you are good to go


aaah, see I didn't get that... I thought with "protocol" was meant the every item listed (in my case all 5 items). In other words the protocol is those 5 items.





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Phase I
uses the reduced form of nicotinamine adenosine dinucleotide (NADH) as a cofactor. Many dietary ingredients support Phase I reactions, including vitamin B3 (niacin), which is required for generation of NADH. In addition, the bioactivation reaction often also generates reactive oxygen species directly as a spin-off product, since it uses o! xygen; therefore, dietary antioxidants can help protect tissue from damage that may occur by this reaction.


I believe that working on pampering your liver is a good approach to any detox


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