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Here’s a brief idea from me, and a few content recommendations that have the potential to shift your thinking in a significant way.

P.S I think the David Sinclair interview might just be the best thing I’ve shared.


I’ve refined my supplement regime over the last 6 months and thought it might be useful to share.

I got to this point through a combination of previous knowledge and my own research. I’ve also applied a very big emphasis on identifying some of the smartest people in the field and looking at where they align on the fundamentals (a strategy I talked about in How to build a strong point of view).

My goal is long term health and maintaining a strong immune system. Here’s what I take on a daily basis to help with that:

Vitamin C (Thorne Research, Ascorbic Acid) – 4 grams
Multi-Vitamin (Alpha Men) – double the dose recommended
Fish Oil (Omega-3 Plus Softgels) – 4 grams
Vitamin D (Thorne Research, D-5,000) – 5000 IU
Zinc (Thorne Research, Zinc Picolinate) – 30 mg
Quercetin (Thorne Research, Quercetin Phytosome) – 250mg

If you’re interested, the cost per month is £65.00 a month and it amounts to 15 capsules per day 💊 (yeah I know, but you get used to it!).

I should also note that there are cheaper products for sure. But, I’ve tried to stick to high quality, reputable brands (and therefore not the cheapest).


#1670 - David Sinclair - The Joe Rogan Experience (podcast – 2 hours, 50 mins)

This interview with ageing researcher and expert David Sinclair is SO GOOD. It really drives home how much of our health is in our control. It also covers a lot of practical advice for how we can live healthier and longer lives. 

And let's face it, anyone who looks like this at 52 is doing something right ;-)

I couldn’t resist pulling out a few quotes / nuggets:

“Aging is a disease – so let’s treat it.”

“We all have a family history of ageing.”

“Your genes only control 20% of your ultimate health in old age. 80% is in your hands.”

“If you just do the 5 things* that we all pretty much know, you can extend your lifestyle by 14 years on average. They are:

Eat the right things
Don't eat so much
Sleep enough
Manage stress
Don’t smoke”

* He did acknowledge that he ended up saying 6. ;-)

James Clear – life gets harder when you try to make it easy (tweet)

I love this. You might remember that I talked about it in a recent newsletter – Prioritising for the long-term. You have to face some discomfort in the short-term if you want long-term results. It’s true across the board – money, health, relationships etc. Easy really does have a cost.


Have a GREAT weekend!

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