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Dr. Andrew Huberman’s Daily Supplements for Peak Performance and Well-being

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Imran Malik
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Yo all,

I’ve been on a bit into how the longevity experts manage their health and well-being, and Dr. Andrew Huberman’s approach caught my attention. He’s not just a neuroscientist but someone who really practices what he preaches when it comes to optimizing health through supplements, alongside maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

Hormonal Health and Vitality

  • Tongkat Ali: He starts his day with 400 mg of Tongkat Ali, not just for its potential to boost testosterone but also for the kick of energy it provides. How do you folks manage your morning boost?
  • Fadogia Agrestis: He doses 400-600 mg of this to possibly enhance testosterone production. It's interesting how he uses this plant-based supplement to mimic certain hormones.
  • Minerals like Zinc and Boron: Essential for anyone looking into hormonal health, and he makes sure they’re part of his daily intake.

Nighttime Rituals for Better Sleep

  • Magnesium L-Threonate: Known for helping with sleep, he takes 140 mg before bed. Do any of you have a go-to mineral for better sleep?
  • Theanine: Taken at 100-300 mg, it’s all about winding down the day right. I wonder if it works as well for you as it does for him.
  • Apigenin: This one’s in his sleep stack too, aimed at deepening sleep quality.

Cognitive Enhancement

  • Alpha-GPC: A solid 300 mg to stay sharp. It’s fascinating how such compounds can aid our brain functions.
  • L-Tyrosine: He uses 500 mg to maintain focus, especially useful on those long, demanding days.
  • Phenylethylamine (PEA): This is his occasional pick-me-up for a quick mood enhancement. Ever tried something similar for that extra edge?

Overall Health Support

  • Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Daily intake of 2-3 grams of EPA to support brain health and reduce inflammation.
  • Creatine and Glutamine: Not just for gym-goers but apparently a staple for cognitive and physical health.

I’m really intrigued by how Dr. Huberman aligns these supplements with his lifestyle choices to enhance both mental clarity and physical vigor. It’s not just about taking supplements but also about creating a balanced lifestyle that includes exercise, proper nutrition, and enough sleep.

What do you guys think? Have any of you integrated similar supplements into your routines? Let’s share some experiences and maybe we can all learn something new!