Tuesday, January 31, 2012

List of Supplements Related to T21

Now you have all the different posts on supplements, all in one place! I put them in order of which ones are most commonly used to treat Down syndrome as well as a couple of categories. You can find another list with lots of info at riverbendds.org. Just click the "Supplements & Drugs" folder on the right.

31 Year Old Study Supports Vitamin Therapy

Signs of Nutritional Deficiency

Which Multivitamin for the Down syndrome population?

How Much Vitamin D3?

Folic Acid Cut Alzheimer’s Risk in Half

Why B12 & Folinic Acid for Down syndrome?

Fermented Cod Liver Oil

Coconut Oil Info and Recipes

Probiotic/Yogurt Strains: Benefits and Uses

Gingko: The Hows and Whys for Down Syndrome

Longvida Curcumin

Pregnant & Nursing Moms Need Choline to Help Baby

Fats & Oils

Why supplement and monitor zinc?

Changing Minds Foundation Protocol

Jett's Complete Supplement List

Vitamin C Plays Important Role in Brain Function



The Importance of Magnesium

L-tyrosine: Building Block for Neurochemicals

Coenzyme Q10

Piracetam (not a supplement, an over the counter drug)

EGCG Green Tea Extract For Memory

Why Rhodiola Rosea?

Ashwagandha: Good for Brain

Roobios Tea Protects Brain Against CNS Damage

Goji Berries

Astragalus Promotes Growth Hormone Release

Noggin and BDNF Promotes Neurogenesis

How to Prevent DS in Your Next Child in 60% of Moms

Natural Ways to Help with ADD & Hyperactivity

Acetyl -L Carnitine (ALC)


Ginseng: Benefits to the Brain

Wild Blueberry Extract

Cinnamon can prevent and cure Alzheimer's

Why Evening Primrose Oil?

Why Milk Thistle?

Feed Memory by Kan Herb


DMAE (Dimethylaminoethanol)

Bacopa Monera Extract (BME)

Stimulating Growth

Why L-Carnosine for the T21 Population?


Royal Jelly for Neurogenesis


Dan and Brooke said...


You are awesome! Thanks so much for the info. I find myself coming to your site all the time! It is so helpful!!!

Dan and Brooke said...

Hi Andi,

Just wondering if you have consulted vitacost about a discount? Surely, with all the support you are gaining they have to offer at least a 20 percent discount?? Right??? Thanks, Brooke