« on: November 07, 2017, 07:23:16 pm »
Is liquid d3 better absorbed than a soft gel? I'm assuming so, but just curious.
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Actually, you want mixed tocopherols and tocothienols, not just alpha or gamma forms. It's not the easiest thing to find and it's pretty expensive. I also don't believe in non-physiological doses of Vitamin E.
Expensive indeed. One 'balanced' formula from a well-known vitamin manufacturer costs about US$1 per capsule. Of course, that's for supra-physiological amounts - you won't find any mixed tocopherols with amounts close to the RDA, I hazard.
Which foods have all the tocopherols and tocotrienols in significant quantities?
Jarrow has a product called "Famil-e" and Life Extension has "Gamma E Mixed Tocooherols and Tocotrienols." They are $9 and $12 per month, respectively (current Amazon prices). They are both full spectrum, with only 150-200% RDA alpha tocopherol.
Hard to say if they have helped me at all, but they seem like decent preventative health supplements, especially for when your diet is not as good as it could be.
Wow. I donít know where to begin, so Iíll start with you. You need an attitude adjustment. This starts with a complete physical and TRT. Forget the small nads comment, unless you get yourself in order, no one is going to see them except you. Start working out. Donít fool yourself about ďhaving a lot of muscle underneath the fat.Ē Thatís standard bro speak for I allowed myself to get way out of shape and want to pretend I still got something. Chances are you donít. The ďdoní Have time to workoutĒ comment is another story you tell yourself that holds you back. If you want to workout, you will find a way. Donít confuse going to the gym with this. Get some resistance band and squeeze in 10 minutes in here and there, just be consistent. Start walking with your wife or at lunchtime. I get it, I commute over two hours a day. Catch up on weekends with a harder workout Saturday and Sunday.
Yeah, your wife is looking at younger guys, why wouldnít she? Actually she sounds kind of interesting. A woman that age that works to stay fit is sexy to a lot of us, myself included. Get your hormones in check and get on cialis, 5 mg per day. Stop looking at porn period, start getting aroused by real women, including your CrossFit wife. Iíd assume she has a good body, start paying attention to that. With the higher libido from TRT and the ability that a pde5 will give your sex life should come back as soon as you get in better shape. A few nights of great sex can be a gome changer for you and your wife.
Your attitude towards your wife is pretty bad. Rethink what you feel about her. If this doesnít change none of this will matter. And, if it doesnít matter, then get it together for the next woman. Personally, I think you should work on your relationship. The CrossFit woman sounds intriguing. You probably have a wife with a good body that would be more than willing if you can perform, if sheís not already doing so with someone else.
And the ďIím not 60Ē comment was pretty insulting. Iím 63, workout daily at home, commute 2 1/2 hours daily, five days per week, have 11% body fat, and have sex 5 times per week with my wife of 30 years. Not bragging (well maybe a little) but want to show it can be done.
Sorry to sound tough, but this is all difficult to swallow. You are 45, an age that is make or break for a man. You can get it together or surrender to a bar stool, a remote, and jerking off to porn. Itís your call. The only reason you canít is your attitude. I had to be honest with you. Anything less would be disrespectful.
Yes the d3 is ng/ml. I agree, those don't sound like d3 symptoms she's had but the b12 matches up. We have a shot nurse nearby and are going to go get a b12 shot, $20, and then get cranking on an oral supplement.
What kind of D3 symptoms did she have? And yeah, 28 is low but probably not symptomatic.