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Top 10 Supplements For 35+ Guys


List them in order of importance starting with the best....





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For gaining LBM? Losing BF? Sexual potency? Blood pressure?


this isn`t in stone,

  1. Protein
  2. creatine - there are many brands, and types, you`ll have to sort that one out.
  3. Multi- Vitamin
  4. Fish Oils - such as Flameout
  5. Glucosamine and Condroitin w/MSM
  6. Garlic
  7. Something for the prostate, such as Saw Palmetto, or Lycopene.
  8. Calcium supplement
  9. Vitamin C
  10. Something Green Tea, liquid or capsule.


Vit E, ALA , DMAE, CoQ10, Pycnogenol and Grape Seed Extract are all relatively cheap and help with immunity, skin and many other middle aged issues.

I'd also add ZMA (every other day)...


2.Multi Vitamin
4.Glucosamine and condroitin w/msm



unpasturized cheese, i'm partial to Parmigiano Reggiano but if you prefer cheddar, try Grafton Village Cheese's natural cheddar.

unpasturized yogurt with acidophilus (your immune system will thank you)

watercrest (who needs prostate cancer)

purslance (who knew those damn weeds were actually good for you????? motherfin nature thats who)



fiber would be a good one, providing your not getting it in adequate amounts in your diet.


why ?


3.Fish Oil Capsules
7.Horny Goat Weed
8.Digestive Enzymes
10.500 mcg B12


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But if they don't work:-

Flameout (i.e. a "fish oil")
Clean food (so you don't have to buy supplements)


  1. Protein
  2. Alpha Male
  3. Multi
  4. Flameout or Fish Oil
  5. Oatmeal
  6. HOT-ROX
  7. Carbolin 19
  8. Methoxy-7
  9. Spike
  10. Regular and frequent Sex.


I like what I'm seeing. This will be good for us newbie's!


I suppose ALL the above...


Throw in a 3 week cycle of Superdrol 4 times/year to one of the lists above, and you'll have a sweet supplement stack.

Note: some don't consider SD a supplement and it is being banned.


1) Greens +
2) EFA formulation
3) Digestive Enzyme complex (it's not what we eat but what we digest)
4) Acidophilus/ bifido bacterium (same as 3)
5) Metabolic Drive
6) r-ALA
7) Acetyl-l-carnitine
8) Rhodiola / Astragalus and/or other adaptogens
9) Healthy Liver formula ( by this age we've done enough to warrant it)
10) Healthy Joint formula (glucosamine/ MSM, etc.)


I am not over thirty-five, I am only 18, but I have a dumb question.
Lycopene and Lecithin both require soy, to my knowledge, I could be wrong though. I threw away my multi-vite cause it had lycopene and found one that didn't. Rather then lycopene for prostate health, what about selenium?


Lycopene from soy? Are you sure about that?

Lycopene is generally found in tomatoes and watermelon. Cooked tomatoes yield the most absorbable amounts of lycopene and so, believe it or not, ketchup is an excellent source.

Brocolli also protects the prostate as well.

And, by the way, I think it's good you're trying to protect your prostate from day one, i.e. even at an early age. What I have been reading is that scientists think that prostate cancer comes from a cumulative effect of damage done over one's lifetime.

It usually takes decades of damage before cancer begins to break out, but obviously if you're really protecting your prostate from an early age, your odds of prostate cancer should greatly decrease.

I wish I had my head screwed on that straight when I was 18. I was eating pure crap at that age...


Could you point me to more info on #9, 6, and 8 please?