FrazeeDK wrote:Vitamin B-12 supplements also enhances neroutransmitter activity. Studies of Alzheimer patients as well as other older folks show that Vitamin B12 supplements enhance memory and thinking ability. So, for those of you suffering from CRS (Can't Remember ****) as you've grown older, you might consider taking B-12 daily. This is more important for people taking proton inhibiters such as Prilosec, Omeprazole, Miracid. These medicines for high stomach acid and reflux reduce the level of stomach acid which inhibits Vitamin B1-2 absorption in the stomach..
jackspratt wrote:For the past 10 years or so, I have taken a multivitamin tablet, and 2 x fish oil 1500mg capsules (previously 1000mg) every morning. I have never been healthier.
Jello wrote:Your taking 6 times the recommended amount of fish oil. Are you growing gills yet?
The FDA says it is safe to take up to 3000 mg of omega-3 per day. (This is not the same as 3000 mg of fish oil. A 1000 mg pill typically has only 300 mg of omega-3; 10 such pills would equal 3000 mg of omega-3.) Dyerberg studied healthy Greenland Eskimos and found an average intake of 5700 mg of omega-3 EPA per day.
jackspratt wrote:..... If I forget to post in the near-term, obviously it has not worked.
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