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What Supplements Do You Recommend for Weight Gain?

Posted by Josh on 03/07/2007

Mr. Nabadalung, a.k.a. Ted: I am a huge fan. Obviously, your knowledge of health is incredible. I have a question: I am seventeen years old, and play basketball. I also lift weights for basketball, and do many plyometrics, (jumping exercises.) *What supplements would you most recommend for me?* Also, do you believe in metabolic typing? And do you recommend magnetic underlays/sheets for sleeping to reduce pain and go to sleep easier? Thanks a lot, I am extremely excited to hear back from you! Josh

Replied by Ted Donate

Bangkok, Thailand
Most body builders will take about 4-8 grams of L-glutamine a day, plus some L-Cysteine of similar amounts. Certain amino acids such as L glycine will be taken about 4-6 grams before sleep. The vitamin B3 niacinamide only is taken at 250 mg. Vitamin B5 and vitamin B8 at 500 mg. each. The most important to build muscles, is vitamin D4 or a more available vitamin D3. In a month muscles would buildup. The dose is often between 20,000 i.u. to 40,000 i.u. The most important regimen is people who do sports suffer invariably from immunity problems and constant acidosis.

The best remedy that I can tell you so far is baking soda, taken about 1 teaspoon in the morning mixed in water and another teaspoon taken before sleep. It is good that you take sports drink, WITH the potassium in their ingredients, just read the labels. B3 B5, B8, L glutamine, l cysteine will give you energy. There are others but those are what I have tested an experiment that were proven to give energy.

do you believe in metabolic typing?

No. I believe in NOT eating bad Standard American Diets. Basically all research have found out that high fatty foods and high sugar are the worse. However for athletes, fatty and oily foods prevent and blocks hormone production. Avoid them like the plague, as it prevents efficient metabolic processes. I have never found anyone getting cured or remission of any kind of disease, be it lupus, colds from metabolic typing. The theory are just assumption. Anyone who eat metabolic typing, when I examine their tried blood samples never really improved. I think it is a farce since no research in Medical library online can actually prove the existence of metabolic typing.

And do you recommend magnetic underlays/sheets for sleeping to reduce pain and go to sleep easier.

Yes. I would use magnetic underlays sheets etc. However, the magnetic must be of North. A good way is to get a compass. If the compass points North. You got the correct one. North is anti inflammatory. I have spent months doing research on bean sprout growth and its influence on magnets. I can happily conclude that what they are saying about magnets is very true. N only magnets works the best. S only magnet work the second best. N and S mixed worked the third best. The difference between each ones are 50% different between each other in terms of its effect on growth.

Basically here is the growth pattern: 4 inches bean sprout N only magnet 2 inches bean sprout S only magnet 1 inch beans sprouts N and S mixed 1/4 each bean spouts no magnetic fields. Non magnetic metals near an electromagnetic device tends to such energy out of you. But a magnetic on the body or charged in drinking water works the best. A slight improvement in blood pressure was noticed after drinking magnetized water. The study I did was a double blind one also.

The biggest problem about athletes is pain management. Magnets help, but then so does magnesium supplements 250 mg and vitamin C, sodium ascorbate preferably. Healing is related to vitamin C, zinc and magnesium. Zinc is related to the immunity system, about 50 mg every 2 week is sufficient. I have noticed an Australian who bought or taken baking soda 1 teaspoon a day, has caused his body to be somewhat athletic in build also.
Ted"


3/7/2007: Josh writes again: "Are there certain high sugar fruits/vegetables that you recommend to stay away from? Also, you talked about not eating high fatty foods either, because they block hormone production: What about virgin coconut oil/olive oil/walnuts? so if i get a magnetic underlay, i should ask if the magnetic field points north?"


Ted replies, "If it tastes sweet, it is likely to be high in sugar. The main culprit at least for me are the fruit juices. Eating whole fruits would prevent most of the problem with the exception of eating pineapples.

Also, you talked about not eating high fatty foods either, because they block hormone production: What about virgin coconut oil/olive oil/walnuts?

Any oils if taken too much are not good for you. But what is so nice about coconut oil is it is poorly absorbed as its melting points seems to be solid in room temperature all the time. Those hardly block it. It is the lighter and nimble oils that gets into every nook and cranny of the capillaries, tiny blood vessels in the glandular systems, and the liver, or pancreas for example that actually block it. The thicker the oil, the safer it is. But as in life taking too much of everything is not good for you. Personally I believe 1 tablespoon of coconut oil is more than enough, but most people tend to take about 2 tablespoons.

so if i get a magnetic underlay, i should ask if the magnetic field points north?

Yes. They work the best
Ted

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