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The following supplements are suggested for testing (if not already being used):

  1. Aspirin, 325mg with each meal for 7 days ONLY (see precautions for aspirin use)
  2. Piracetam (or other nootropics) 6-800 mg with each meal
  3. Niacin (up to 500 mg/day - start at 100 mg and increase until "flushing" happens)
  4. Peanut Butter and B-12 daily
  5. Alpha-Lipoic Acid
  6. Rosavin
  7. Bromelain and/or Serrapeptase
  8. Olive Leaf Extract
  9. Olestra Chips (if you have MCS and can tolerate them)

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