Supplements that Work (Anecdotally)

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Re: Supplements that Work (Anecdotally)

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post-skeptic wrote: Sun Jan 02, 2022 5:19 pm Sperti Vit D Lamp, Chan approved Vit D:
https://www.sperti.com/product/sperti-v ... light-box/

Red Light Therapy:
https://www.blublox.com/collections/red ... /hive-demi


I have both of these on the way to try out. I'm hoping I can make the daughter use the D lamp in winter.
My first winter up north I suffered from SAD

Made my own sunlight treatment, bought everything at Home Depot and had it set up in an hour

Recovered from SAD in three days

Continued using it on every cloudy day
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Re: Supplements that Work (Anecdotally)

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Since the full spectrum lamps provide red as well

It was a win win set up
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I wonder how many people afflicted by SAD are unaware that they don't have to?
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Light therapy is amazing. You are partially solar powered and the lack of Regular exposure should be fixed before you attempt biohacking beyond a daily multi from a company that doesn't suck.

Light is the most powerful supplement in winter for most people.
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Re: Supplements that Work (Anecdotally)

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Yep

Something known about for a very long time

Except for modern medicine of course


They told us the sun was deadly
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I'm discovering that they use the worst charlatans to discredit anyone who speaks truth to scientific orthodoxy (even if that orthodoxy is unfounded within modern statistical based science). They find the most extreme moonbat to portray all criticism of their dogmatic science from before the modern era.

Like, the vitamin D3 guidance wasn't from double blind placebo controlled studies but if you say the guidance is bullshit, people reflexively defend it in the name of science.

Have we been groomed to reflexively defend pseudo science if it's already on the books? Is that the state of modern skeptics? Predictively programmed bots?