ANDREW HUBERMAN FULL SUPPLEMENTS LIST – Updated February 2022 – Comprehensive Analysis of What He Takes And Why (2023)

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Andrew Huberman is a fairly new entry into the world of biohacking and performance enhancement, gaining popularity recently after his appearance on episode 1513 of the Joe Rogan Experience back in 2020, and then again on episode 1683 in July 2021.

Despite only gaining mainstream popularity recently, Andrew has been involved in the world of neuroscience for quite some time. He is a tenured Professor of Neurobiology and Ophthalmology at Stanford University School of Medicine, and has a Ph. D. in neuroscience from UC Davis.

Andrew actually started his own podcast back in January of 2021 (Huberman Lab) which has since become one of our favorites. He dives into a number of different topics spanning from psychedelic medicine to stress management to testosterone therapy.

Between his own podcast, his appearances on JRE, and the loads of other media and information he’s released, there’s a lot to sift through in order to distill down Andrew Huberman’s top recommendations for supplements and nutrition protocols.

Lucky for you, that’s exactly what we’ve done here.

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*Where a particular brand of the given supplement isn’t known, we’ve substituted and starred our own top recommendation.

You’ll find a comprehensive breakdown of the supplements Andrew Huberman has mentioned that he uses below (along with why he uses them), including those related to:

  • Improving sleep quality
  • Mitigating stress
  • Boosting testosterone
  • Improving cognitive performance

Before we get into the full breakdown however, we’ve included a summary here. You can also jump to individual sections using the table of contents below the summary.

    Supplements Summary

    Stack For Improving Sleep Quality (all three taken together 30 minutes before bed):

    Reducing Stress (as needed):

    Testosterone Boosting Stack (taken together in the morning/with first meal):

    Enhancing Cognitive Function (taken separately or together as needed):

    Supplements Andrew Avoids:

    • Melatonin
    • 5-HTP, Tryptophan, Serotonin


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    Good quality sleep is critically important to human performance, as it can have direct impacts on testosterone levels, dopamine levels, metabolism, and more. When it comes to Andrew Huberman, he stresses that ideally you want to be able to fall asleep naturally without assistance, and notes that avoiding stimulants later in the day as well as not using blue-light emitting screens late in the day can aid with this.

    Unfortunately we don’t all have that luxury however, and for those of us who struggle to fall asleep and sleep soundly through the night Andrew is quick to point out that there are alternative options to taking sleeping medication such as Ambien, as these medications can lead to side effects and even addiction.

    In episode 28 of his podcast, Andrew dives into supplements for sleep improvement and notes that he takes the following stack of supplements together about an hour before bed, and that they’ve had an amazing effect so far:

    Magnesium L-Threonate

    Magnesium in general is an underrated supplement in general as it’s involved in over 600 enzymatic reactions in the human body, effecting everything from your digestion to your dopamine production.

    Specific to sleep, Andrew explains on his podcast that magnesium supplementation can activate the parasympathetic nerve system which is responsible for slowing heart rate, relaxing muscles, and producing an overall calming effect.

    Andrew personally uses magnesium in l-threonate form, but notes that bisglycinate works as well as both can pass easily through the blood-brain barrier. Our favorite brand of l-threonate is this one from Double Wood Supplements.

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    Theanine is an amino acid commonly found in tea, which can have a calming effect on mood when consumed. It does this in part through increasing ‘alpha brain waves’ – a type of brain wave associated with calm and relaxation. This is opposed to Beta and Gamma brain waves which have been shown to be associated with alertness and problem solving.

    Andrew notes that theanine can increase the vividness of dreams, and as such may not be suitable for people prone to night terrors or sleep walking. Also, he has said that for around 10% of the population theanine will actually keep them up, so if you’re among this group you’ll want to drop it from the stack.

    Otherwise, Andrew recommends that 100-300mg of theanine included an hour before bed can lead to easier and deeper sleep. We prefer Jarrow Formulas Theanine as it’s a reputable source and fairly priced.

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    Apigenin is one of the active ingredients in chamomile tea, and according to Andrew can help promote sleep onset and deeper sleep throughout the night.

    Andrew does importantly note that apigenin can have an estrogen suppressing effect, and that he doesn’t think women should take it. For men it is also important to regularly get your blood work done and if you do see too low levels of estrogen you’ll want to drop apigenin from the stack.

    Other than that however, we’ve also found apigenin to be a valuable tool for better sleep, and prefer these 50mg capsules from Swanson.

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    Ashwaghandha is a well known compound in ayurvedic medicine which has a variety of uses for performance enhancement. It’s a plan that grows natively on the Indian sub-continent and has been used for over 3,000 years.

    Andrew explained in this ‘Tools For Managing Stress & Anxiety‘ video that he occasionally uses ashwaghandha during stressful periods. noting that there is significant research confirming the cortisol reducing effect of the compound. Specifically, randomized controlled studies have shown a 20% reduction in cortisol and a 40% reduction in perceived stress compared to placebo.

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    Andrew recommends a dose range of anywhere from 100-500mg per day depending on the person and the desired effects, however he does note that he doesn’t like to take ashwaghandha for extended periods of time due to the fact that you can build up a dependence and/or tolerance to it.

    We’ve found Life Extensions 125mg Ashwaghandha capsules to be our favorite option for supplementation as they offer smaller doses per capsule allowing you to adjust as needed. They also source their ingredients from reputable locations.

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    One of the elements that stood out most from Andrew’s appearance on Joe Rogan’s podcast was his mention of supplements that have aproveneffect on boosting testosterone. Despite the hundreds of products that you can find for sale that claim to boost test, most of them are filled with ingredients that have little to no actual evidence to support their claim. If anything they typically have been shown to have a minimal boosting effect that wouldn’t actually have a noticeable difference in your physique.

    These supplements then rely on good advertising to promote sales, often featuring models who are almost certainly using anabolics to “boost” their test as opposed to the product they’re advertising.

    That’s why it was interesting when Andrew mentioned two substances that he says have proven clinical effects on testosterone: Tongkat Ali and Fadogia Agrestis.

    Aside from the clinical evidence he gives, he also points to his own self-experimentation where after he started taking these two supplements, his total testosterone levels went from around 600ng/dl up about 200 points to the high 700/low 800 range. That’s a significant boost and one that’s generally unattainable with anything other than exogenous testosterone or testosterone derivative injections.

    Tongkat Ali

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    Tongkat Ali powder is derived from a plan native to Southeast Asia and it’s been used in that part of the world for centuries in many different applications.

    Andrew explains that a dose of 400mg per day of Tongkat Ali can have a significant effect on testosterone levels, suggesting that:

    • Users should try to take it early in the day as it can have a mild stimulant effect
    • It’s fine to take on an empty stomach for most people.
    • Taking it regularly on a daily basis is the most effective strategy as the effects seem to build up and increase into the second and third months of use.
    • There is no need to cycle on and off of it (as with anabolics) since the compound is boosting your bodies natural production instead of supplementing it exogenously.

    Our favorite brand of Tongkat Ali are these capsules from Double Wood supplements. One note – these actually offer a higher dose (510mg) than the 400mg Andrew notes, but we’ve seen no negative side effects to that after months of daily supplementation.

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    Fadogia Agrestis

    Fadogia Agrestis is another plant based compound which Andrew has described has a noticeable effect on boosting testosterone. Native to Nigeria where it is used in herbal medicine, Fadogia Agrestis acts as a luteneizing hormone mimic, stimulating the testes to product more testosterone.

    Andrew also notes that he noticed no significant increase in estrogen after using the supplement, or any down-regulation in normal lutenizing hormone production. And just as with Tongkat Ali, Fadogia needs no cycle-off period as it is only boosting your bodies natural production.

    He has recommended a dose of 400-500mg per day as adequate and uses these capsules from Barlowe’s Elixirs as a great source.

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    Alpha-GPC – Boosting Energy and Concentration

    When it comes to powering through hard work or workout sessions, one of Andrew mentioned on Tim Ferriss’s podcast episode #521 that one of his favorite cognitive boosters is Alpha-GPC. If he really wants to push through a hard session he’ll take 300mg prior and then drink some coffee or yerba mate along with it.

    We prefer to use these 300mg Alpha-GPC capsules from Toniiq – note that the dose is listed at 600mg total but each capsule is only 300mg.

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    L-Tyrosine – Enhancing Focus

    Andrew mentioned on this podcast with Kevin Rose that he occasionally will use 500mg of L-Tyrosine to increase focus and attention.

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    L-Tyrosine is a precursor to dopamine and Andrew finds that it enhances his focus and ‘flow state’. He does notes however that it is prone to causing a crash after the effects wear off, and also says that you don’t want to use it when you’re already sleep deprived.

    Andrew recommends Thorne Research L-Tyrosine capsules which are reputably sourced and conveniently offer 500mg per serving.

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    Phenylethylamine (PEA) – Enhancing Focus

    Phenylethylamine (PEA for short) is a supplement that naturally increases dopamine levels in the brain. It’s commonly found in chocolate as well as some other foods.

    Andrew has mentioned that he occasionally takes PEA to enhance his focus and boost work production, noting that he takes it about once a week.

    He stacks 500mg of PEA with 300mg of Alpha-GPC which leads to a sharp and transient increase in dopamine that lasts around 30-45 minutes.

    PEA supplements can be hard to find (and easily confused with phenylalanine, which is an entirely different compuond with different effects) but we’ve found a good source with these capsules from LiveLong Nutrition.

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    This is an interesting one, because even though melatonin is one of the most widely-used sleep supplements on the market (Rhonda Patrick recommends taking around 10mg before bed), Andrew actually avoids it.

    He explains that this is because of it’s affect on sex steroid hormones – the pathways related to testosterone and estrogen – and not wanting to interfere with them. He discussed this with sleep expert Matthew Walker on his recent podcast, noting that recent meta-analysis in healthy non-elderly adults showed melatonin only increased sleep time by 3.9 minutes on average.

    In their discussion, Matthew suggests that the most robust benefits are seen in the 60+ age range due to the fact that our melatonin production slows with age.

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    5-HTP, Tryptophan & Seratonin

    Andrew mentions on that same podcast with Matthew Walker that he avoids taking 5-HTP, tryptophan, or seratonin for sleep. He finds that with those three supplements he falls asleep easily but has extremely vivid dreams, and then wakes up around three hours later and can’t fall back to sleep.

    To quote him from the podcast, “I can anecdotally say, when I’ve taken tryptophan, the precursor to seratonin itself, I have a horendous nights sleep…and I experience several days of insomnia.”


    What nootropics does Andrew Huberman take? ›

    Andrew's Preferred Nootropic: 300 mg of Alpha GPC

    “On the pharmacologic side, I think Alpha GPC has real effects that are supported by quality peer-reviewed studies, including studies looking at offsetting age-related cognitive decline. Generally, it comes in capsule form, about 300 mg or so.

    Does Andrew Huberman take Fadogia agrestis? ›

    Huberman takes 400 mg of Tongkat ali in the morning (because he says it can have a stimulant effect) and 600 mg of Fadogia agrestis in eight to 12-week cycles.

    What magnesium does Huberman take? ›

    The Huberman Sleep Cocktail

    Magnesium comes in many forms. While Huberman recommends mangesium threonate and magnesium bisglycinate, magnesium citrate is also hugely popular and has more elemental magnesium than all other forms.

    Does Andrew Huberman take a multivitamin? ›

    Further supplements Andrew takes:

    Athletic Greens – spirulina based powder. Ashwagandha – for stress reduction. Multivitamin – taken daily.

    What does Andrew Huberman eat in a day? ›

    He's Into Intermittent Fasting

    “Basically for the last ten years I've fasted anywhere from 12 to 16 hours for every 24 hour cycle,” Huberman said. “I sort of fast until about noon and then I eat a low-carb meal,” usually some steak or ground beef, some Brazil nuts, and a vegetable.

    Which supplement is best for brain development? ›

    Here are the 10 best nootropic supplements to boost your brain function.
    1. Fish Oils. Fish oil supplements are a rich source of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), two types of omega-3 fatty acids. ...
    2. Resveratrol. ...
    3. Creatine. ...
    4. Caffeine. ...
    5. Phosphatidylserine. ...
    6. Acetyl-L-Carnitine. ...
    7. Ginkgo Biloba. ...
    8. Bacopa Monnieri.
    Nov 26, 2016

    What is the best dopamine supplement? ›

    5 Supplements for Boosting Dopamine
    • Coffee and Caffeinated Tea. Some studies on humans and animals have found a link between the intake of caffeine—most often found naturally in coffee and black and green teas—and changes in dopamine pathways. ...
    • Chocolate. ...
    • Probiotics. ...
    • Turmeric. ...
    • Ginkgo.
    Jan 13, 2023

    What nootropics increase dopamine? ›


    Citicoline is another powerful nootropic supplement that has been shown to improve mental performance. It increases levels of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, which is essential for memory and learning. Citicoline also increases dopamine levels and noradrenaline, enhancing focus and motivation.

    Does Fadogia Agrestis actually work? ›

    People use Fadogia agrestis for erectile dysfunction (ED), athletic performance, and other purposes, but there is no good scientific evidence to support any use.

    Does Fadogia increase testosterone? ›

    Conclusion: The aqueous extract of Fadogia agrestis stem increased the blood testosterone concentrations and this may be the mechanism responsible for its aphrodisiac effects and various masculine behaviors.

    Does Fadogia Agrestis increase estrogen? ›

    How Does Fadogia Agrestis Work? This works by increasing leutenizing hormone which can increase testosterone. It stimulates the testes to create more testosterone. This increases testosterone (without seemingly increasing estrogen).

    Why does Huberman not like melatonin? ›

    Melatonin is uniquely dangerous again because it's hormone modulation - not a mineral or supplement. As Andrew Huberman explains: The melatonin system is closely linked up with GABA inhibitory neurons in the hypothalamus. It effectively keeps puberty from happening.

    Can I take L-Theanine and magnesium together? ›

    A combination of magnesium with L-Theanine (an amino acid) will ease the tension in the physical body and settle anxiety as L-Theanine supports the production of calming neurotransmitters. Take this combination now twice daily rather than waiting until you feel tense or anxious.”

    Which magnesium is good for dopamine? ›

    Mg2+ decreases synaptic delivery of all catecholamines including dopamine (essential for molecular mechanism of morphine-induced addiction), with dopamine release being stimulated by excitatory amino acids. A low brain magnesium level favors dopamine release.

    How much EPA does Huberman take? ›

    Huberman (Andrew) gets 2 grams, but noted he was going to increase to 4 grams per day after this episode.

    Does Huberman take NMN? ›

    I haven't started taking NMN, but I'm planning to do that when my next birthday arrives, which is in a couple months. But I do experiments on my sister and have for years. I have a sister who's three years older than I am, who is very enthusiastic about these protocols.

    What does Vitaforce help with? ›

    Vitaforce Nutri-B 60 Tablets uses a unique 2-phase release system to help you fight fatigue and the effects of stress. It contains vitamins B6, B12 and folic acid to aid heart health, magnesium to aid energy production, and antioxidants to support the immune system.

    Does Huberman use Athletic Greens? ›

    Andrew D. Huberman, Ph. D. Why I travel with Athletic Greens, and have since 2012 (thanks to you Tim!)… also in the bag: cucumbers; despite getting some weird looks from TSA (“you have 8 cucumbers in your bag?”) it's the best portable salad.

    What does Dr Huberman recommend for sleep? ›

    Magnesium threonate makes you mildly drowsy and helps with initially falling asleep, and giving you a deeper sleep. While Dr. Huberman recommends Magnesium L-Threonate, it is more expensive than other forms of magnesium. So if cost is an issue Magnesium Glycinate is pretty effective for sleep as well.

    What I eat in a day pro metabolic? ›

    Best Pro Metabolic foods
    • Cooked vegetables.
    • Ripe seasonal fruits.
    • Raw carrots.
    • Eggs.
    • Whole dairy, if tolerated.
    • Fish and shellfish.
    • Liver and organ meats (can take a supplement)
    • Coconut oil.
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    What is the number 1 vitamin in the world? ›

    Nutrilite is the world's No. 1 selling vitamins and dietary supplements brand. * It is a vitamin and dietary supplement brand that provides a complete range of nutrition and well-being products, including essential vitamins and minerals, antioxidants, herbal supplements, sports nutrition and meal replacements.

    Which is better Prevagen or Neuriva? ›

    If we're forced to choose between Neuriva and Prevagen, we have to say that Neuriva is by far and away the better nootropic. It does only contain 2 ingredients, but so does Prevagen, and at least Neuriva contains at least one nootropic proven to work in clinical studies.

    What are the 3 foods that fight memory loss? ›

    What are the foods that fight memory loss? Berries, fish, and leafy green vegetables are 3 of the best foods that fight memory loss. There's a mountain of evidence showing they support and protect brain health.

    What depletes dopamine in the body? ›

    This could be a mental illness, stress, not getting enough sleep, drug abuse, being obese, or eating too much sugar and saturated fat. Low dopamine can also be caused by a problem with the adrenal glands.

    What foods to avoid for dopamine? ›

    Most versions of the diet recommend avoiding alcohol, caffeine and processed sugar, while some also recommend cutting out or severely restricting starchy carbohydrates.

    Is there a pill that increases dopamine? ›

    Medications. Ropinirole, pramipexole, and levodopa can boost dopamine levels. Levodopa is the precursor to dopamine, which means it is something the body needs to produce dopamine.

    What is the most potent nootropic? ›

    Nooceptin is the most complete nootropic supplement on the market right now. It delivers complete cognitive enhancement, with a heavy focus on memory, learning, and long-term brain health support. That combined with its amazing ingredient quality and safety profile makes it the best nootropic overall today.

    Is there a supplement that increases serotonin and dopamine? ›

    SAMe (S-adenosyl-L-methionine)

    Several studies have shown that SAMe can increase serotonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine production, all of which play a crucial role in mood regulation.

    Is Fadogia agrestis toxic to the liver? ›

    Fadogia agrestis is generally safe when taken as recommended. However, when the dosage is incorrect, Fadogia agrestis can have the following side effects: Taking high doses of this drug can cause kidney damage. A large amount of this compound can cause liver and spleen damage in animals.

    Should I take Fadogia in the morning or night? ›

    Take 1 capsule daily, either day or night. If you have a sensitive stomach, it is recommended to take it with a meal. With a 500mg daily dose of quality extract Fadogia Agrestis , it is recommended to have a 2 week break for every 10-12 weeks of use.

    How long does Fadogia agrestis take to increase testosterone? ›

    Fadogia Agrestis testosterone supplements when taken in a 1,200 mg serving, have been shown to increase levels of testosterone in blood with just 5 days of daily oral administration.

    What drastically increases testosterone? ›

    Resistance training, such as weightlifting, has been shown to boost testosterone levels in the short term ( 13 ). High intensity interval training (HIIT) can be very effective as well, although all types of exercise should work to some extent ( 14 , 15).

    Which vitamins increase testosterone the most? ›

    6 supplements that may increase testosterone
    • Vitamin D. Vitamin D is the only vitamin that the body can technically synthesize on its own when the skin is exposed to the ultraviolet rays of the sun. ...
    • Ashwagandha. ...
    • Fenugreek. ...
    • Zinc. ...
    • Magnesium. ...
    • Ginger. ...
    • Related content.
    Feb 17, 2022

    Does fadogia agrestis increase testicular size? ›

    In the testicles of rats given this same dosage range, supplementation over 28 days has been shown to increase testicular weight (by 11-15%, not dose dependent) associated with increaes in sialic acid, cholesterol, and glycogen content of the testicles.

    What herb has the highest estrogen? ›

    1 Herbs with high phytoestrogen content include alfalfa , hops , licorice , thyme, and verbena. 1,2 Certain herbs that are often claimed to contain phytoestrogens actually do not. These include wild yam , saw palmetto , and chasteberry .

    What vitamins can increase estrogen? ›

    B vitamins

    B vitamins play an important role in the creation and activation of estrogen in the body. Low levels of these vitamins can lead to reduced levels of estrogen.

    Does Ashwagandha increase testosterone or estrogen? ›

    Ashwagandha intake was associated with an 18% greater increase in DHEA-S (p = . 005) and 14.7% greater increase in testosterone (p = . 010) compared to the placebo.

    What supplements does Andrew Huberman take for sleep? ›

    The Andrew Huberman Sleep Cocktail includes Magnesium L-Threonate, Theanine, and Apigenin and should be taken by people suffering from insomnia. Testosterone increasers are Tongkat Ali and Fadogia Agrestis, which help with improving general sexual performance and drive, in addition to boosting the testosterone level.

    Why is melatonin not recommended? ›

    Melatonin has been linked to headache, dizziness, nausea, stomach cramps, drowsiness, confusion or disorientation, irritability and mild anxiety, depression and tremors, as well as abnormally low blood pressure. It can also interact with common medications and trigger allergies.

    Does melatonin deplete testosterone? ›

    Melatonin does not alter human serum gondotropin and testosterone levels, but it increases prolactin levels.

    What should you not mix with magnesium? ›

    Antibiotics: Taking magnesium supplements may reduce the absorption of quinolone antibiotics, tetracycline antibiotics, and nitrofurantoin (Macrodandin). Magnesium should be taken 1 hour before or 2 hours after taking these medications. Quinolone and tetracycline antibiotics include: Ciprofloxacin (Cipro)

    What supplements Cannot be taken with magnesium? ›

    Other experts caution against taking magnesium at the same time as other minerals. “It can interfere with absorption of other minerals, so if you take a multivitamin, calcium or zinc, take magnesium at a different time of day,” Cooperman warns.

    What medications should not be taken with L-theanine? ›

    L-theanine may interact with the following drugs and supplements:
    • drugs for the treatment of high blood pressure.
    • other supplements that lower blood pressure.
    • stimulants, such as those that doctors use to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
    • supplements that contain caffeine.

    What supplement increases dopamine the most? ›

    5 Supplements for Boosting Dopamine
    • Coffee and Caffeinated Tea. Some studies on humans and animals have found a link between the intake of caffeine—most often found naturally in coffee and black and green teas—and changes in dopamine pathways. ...
    • Chocolate. ...
    • Probiotics. ...
    • Turmeric. ...
    • Ginkgo.
    Jan 13, 2023

    How can I fix my dopamine receptors naturally? ›

    Things You Can Do to Reset Your Brain's Dopamine Levels
    1. Create exciting daily routines. Incorporate fun activities into your daily routine, even if they are mindless activities. ...
    2. Focus on perfecting your sleep schedule. ...
    3. Improve your diet. ...
    4. Exercise. ...
    5. Practice mindfulness. ...
    6. Listen to music.
    Apr 24, 2022

    What vitamin helps repair dopamine? ›

    Having adequate levels of iron, niacin, folate, and vitamin B6 is important for dopamine production. Preliminary animal studies suggest that some supplements may also help boost dopamine levels, but more human research is needed.

    What supplement does Joe Rogan use? ›

    Alpha Brain is the #1 supplement Joe Rogan endorses. He believes in all of the ONNIT supplements, but you know Alpha Brain was where it all started for him if you listen to his podcasts.

    What vitamins is Joe Rogan taking? ›

    Joe Rogan's Supplement Stack
    • Multivitamin.
    • Fish Oil.
    • Vitamin D.
    • Vitamin B Complex.
    • Intravenous Vitamin Drip. Vitamin C. Zinc. Glutathione.
    • Quercetin.
    • Creatine.
    • Protein.
    Mar 22, 2022

    What does Huberman recommend for sleep? ›

    Huberman recommends Magnesium L-Threonate, it is more expensive than other forms of magnesium. So if cost is an issue Magnesium Glycinate is pretty effective for sleep as well. Also note that a small percentage of people have stomach issues with magnesium, so it might be best to start with a lower dose at first.

    What supplement did Bruce Lee take? ›

    Take protein supplements

    Lee would consume two protein drinks a day, mixing in eggs, wheat germ, peanut butter, bananas, brewers yeast and granular lechitin. Vitamin and mineral supplements were also on the menu.

    What supplements does Mark Wahlberg use? ›

    He's Got Natural Supplements

    Performance Inspired has a massive line of supplements from pre-workout, BCAAs, creatine, and protein powders. Wahlberg's morning routine starts with turmeric for inflammation, vitamins C and D, and a protein powder in a pre-workout shake, he told The Wall Street Journal.

    Does Joe Rogan take testosterone replacement? ›

    He's on TRT

    After feeling a dip in energy in his late thirties, Rogan went on testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) at age 40. Starting with cream and then progressing to injections, TRT turned out to be the exact pick-me-up he needed.


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