Staying Healthy

Discussion in 'Psychology' started by Arjun1, Feb 9, 2009.

  1. Arjun1


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    I'm thinking of taking Resveratrol supplements.

    Has anyone tried it?

    Any other good supplements?
  2. Banff01


    I did. Can't complain about anything and the research about the long term benefits of Resveratrol speaks for itself. Go for it. It also makes a delicious red wine taste even better. :)
  3. NoDoji


    This thread sure caught my attention. Diagnosed with cancer almost 4 years ago, I immediately began following a whole foods pure vegetarian diet (check out "Eat to Live" by Dr. Joel Fuhrman, Dr. John McDougall's books/ website -, and The China Study by Dr. T.Colin Campbell). No refined foods, no meat/dairy, no added oils. This is the true key to longevity. Supplements are an unnecessary waste of money. Resveratrol is just another money sink. Whole foods diet with minimal or no animal products and caloric restriction are the only proven paths to longevity and good health.

    I chose this path instead of chemotherapy, because it boosts the immune system instead of destroying it. So far, best decision I've ever made:

    My health improved drastically within 2 weeks of dropping animal products and added oils from my diet and I've been healthy and cancer-free ever since. The health problems that disappeared in less than 2 weeks: chronic arthritis, sciatica, acid reflux/hiatal hernia, asthma, allergies, and PMS (made the hubby happy). Plus my cholesterol dropped from 191 to 127 in 6 weeks.

    I have limitless energy and need only 6 hours of sleep a night now. I feel better than I've ever felt in my entire life. I doubt I'd ever be able to handle the stresses of learning to trade this past year if I wasn't in such optimal health as a result of eating right, and getting a good workout every day.

    You can't bottle this and sell it. That's why this information isn't trumpeted in the popular media.

    Follow this plan, then take the money you'd spend on supplements and doctor's bills and short a pharmaceutical stock :p
  4. kowboy


    The link above does not work. Would you please post again?

    Thanks very much for sharing your experience. Valuable information.
  5. Arjun1


    I'm 29 - no health problems.

    I already follow a vegetarian calorie restriction diet. I avoid junk food.

    I do cardio and/or weight lifting 4x a week.

    Now I'm looking towards supplements to take it to the next level. So far all I take is Centrum. I'm gonna try Resveratrol.
  6. It actually does work- just take out the comma at the end of the posted address and it will get you there.
  7. NoDoji


  8. Research has focused on cancer and heart disease in particular because of evidence that diets full of vitamin-rich foods may protect against those illnesses. But that evidence doesn't necessarily mean pills are a good substitute.

  9. Just in case you are not aware, with a supplement like Rez-v you will not feel any changes/energy boost etc etc
    The health benefits are excellent imo.
    I have been taking Rez-V for over a year now.

    Other supplements I would recommend (if not taking already) as staples- High quality fish oil supp, a superfood mix, and maybe have a high quality protein mix to add to your yogurts,shakes etc etc

  10. #10     Feb 10, 2009