Best Supplements for Men: My New Book, Coming Soon

Just want to put all my peeps on notice that my new book, Best Supplements for Men: For More Muscle, Higher Testosterone, Longer Life, and Better Looks, will be out soon.

Smart people lift weights.

Smart people eat whole, unprocessed food, and avoid sugary, processed garbage.

And smart people supplement wisely.

 

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MG says May 10, 2017

I hope you will also offer a paperback copy.

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    P. D. Mangan says May 10, 2017

    Thanks, MG, I will.

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Jyodeee says May 10, 2017

Smart people drink fine aged rum

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    P. D. Mangan says May 11, 2017

    I’ve heard of fine aged whisky, but I doubt aging rum could improve it. It’s hopeless.

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Rob says May 11, 2017

I very much look forward to this.

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    P. D. Mangan says May 11, 2017

    Thanks, Rob!

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Ed says May 11, 2017

Automatic purchase. Looking forward to it.

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    P. D. Mangan says May 11, 2017

    Thanks, Ed!

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Martinho says May 11, 2017

Hi – how will this new book be different from your current book on supplements? (And thanks for your work).

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    P. D. Mangan says May 11, 2017

    Hi Martinho – this book is both much bigger than the first, and more comprehensive; it covers more supplements and in greater detail, and in addition to the topics in the first book, it covers anti-aging supplements, alcohol, supplements to avoid, as well as skin and hair care.

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      Bill says May 11, 2017

      Comprehensive PD ! Great.

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Johnny Caustic says May 11, 2017

Good decision to put yourself on the cover rather than some stock photo stranger.

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    P. D. Mangan says May 12, 2017

    Thanks. A Twitter follower suggested it AND did a mock -up cover. I thought it was much better than the original covers I ordered, so I ran with it.

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Mark Caro says May 11, 2017

I have all your books and look forward to this one. Any idea how soon it will be available

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    P. D. Mangan says May 12, 2017

    Within a few days, hopefully.

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Rob H says May 12, 2017

Really looking forward to this one Dennis, I’ll certainly be buying a copy when this one is released. As a related point: I have only just become aware of the potential benefits of supplementing with hydrolyzed collagen (for example the Great Lakes brand is the most well-known, I believe Mark Sisson now also makes his own brand version). Is this something that features in your book? Whilst I already take 7g of glycine powder each day (nice and cheap to buy in bulk), there does seem to be something additional to hydrolyzed collagen. In a recent podcast for Tim Ferriss, Dr Rhonda Patrick talks through how in addition to the glycine, the proline in collagen is also very important for wound healing (and hence synthesising muscle after weight training I am guessing?), and that a portion of the collagen is also absorbed directly into cartilage, without being broken down into the constituent glycine & proline amino acids first. It all seems pretty promising to me, but still not quite sure how much more of a benefit above and beyond plain glycine powder and whether it would justify the additional cost. Still, I’ve ordered a container of Great Lakes hydrolysed collagen and will trial it for a month to see if it pays its way!

All the best – and look forward to your unique take on things in that upcoming book!

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    P. D. Mangan says May 12, 2017

    Thanks, Rob. Interesting about the collagen. I covered glycine in my new book but noting on collagen. Proline extends lifespan IIRC in C elegans.

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Bill says June 4, 2017

PD Do you discuss Chrondroitin Sulfate in your supplents book. I have just been reading an old paper from 1973 about how this was used in a research project studying cardiovascular disease. Forty out of 60 in the control groups had major heart attacks or died. But of the 60 treated with Chrondroitin Sulfate ( 10 grams a day for 90 days & then 1.5 grams a day thereafter ) only 6 had major heart events.. Very interesting too is the comment that CDS is usually at high levels in the arteries of the young, but drops drastically in the aged. Here’s the link

https://www.dropbox.com/s/17vsix1d1qbctft/morrison1973.pdf?dl=0

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    P. D. Mangan says June 4, 2017

    Hi Bill – I don’t discuss chondroitin, but I do discuss glucosamine, which seems a solid life extension supplement. The research I saw found no effect of chondroitin, so the one you linked is new to me, and impressive.

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      Bill says June 4, 2017

      Yes PD that old research paper by Morrison was a real surprise to me as well… I wonder if it was followed up by anyone ?

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DT says June 14, 2017

Hi Mangan. I have seen you mention elsewhere that you are not eligible for blood donation. If you don’t mind me asking, what is your ferritin level? Do you think taking IP6 alone could suffice to keep ferritin in check? I’m asking because my husband has a bad reaction to donating blood (vomiting, extreme light-headedness, etc) and I don’t think there is any way to get around that.

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    P. D. Mangan says June 15, 2017

    Hi DT, my ferritin at last check was 55. I heard from a reader who had a high ferritin, at >400, that she got it down to 100 in about 1.5 years by taking IP6 and curcumin, as well as stopping alcohol and (I believe( cutting back red meat. She used the IPs of Dr. Shamsuddin (the most prominent researcher of IP6) (get it here) which calles for taking around 2 grams or more daily. Shew took curcumin twice daily.

    If it’s any help, most reactions to blood donations happen at the first donation.

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