At 51 years of age, Joe Rogan is in better physical shape than many 30 year olds. And it’s not just his physique that’s impressive, he’s also managing to stay mentally sharp too.

Whether he’s injecting testosterone, devouring elk meat or hulking down vegetable smoothies, Joe is always on the look out for performance enhancing substances.

In this post we’ll look at both the products Joe takes regularly, and products he takes occasionally or is experimenting with.

Joe Rogan’s Daily Vitamin & Minerals:

Products Joe Takes Ocassionally/Is Experimenting With

Hormone Replacement Therapy

  • Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT)

Daily Vitamins & Minerals

You can see from this old YouTube clip that Joe has always taken a lot of supplements. However, as far as we can tell from his podcasts, he keeps things a bit simpler these days.

Multivitamin – Pure Encapsulations Athletic Pure Pack

Due to Joe’s UFC and stand up comedy commitments, Joe has to travel a lot around the USA. This explains his choice of multivitamin supplement, which is offered in handy little packets, containing a range of different vitamins, minerals and fish oil. This is a time saver, because you don’t have to open up x number of different vitamin tubs to allocate your daily ration.

As the name suggests; Athletic Pure Pack – is formulated around those involved in sports. On top of the regular vitamins and minerals, it contains things like creatine (for strength), Co-enzyme Q10 (joints) and L-Glutamine (supplying muscles with their most used amino acid).

Image on the right is a 2013 Instagram post from Joe Rogan talking about Athletic Pure Pack.

Each sachet contains a number of pills, specifically:

  • Vitamins & Minerals – 3x capsules
  • EPA/DHA Omega-3s – 1x capsule
  • Creatine (Kre-Alkalyn) – 2x capsules
  • Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) – 1x capsule
  • Coenzyme Q10 – 1x capsule
  • L-Glutamine – 1x capsule

Joe talks about taking Athletic Pure Pack in his #802 podcast episode with Tom Papa.

The same company who make Athletic Pure Pack also make a multivitamin called Pure Encapsulations – O.N.E. It is used by Joe’s regular guest Dr Rhonda Patrick. For more discussion on O.N.E see this post on Dr Rhonda Patrick’s supplements.

Omega-3 Fish Oil

Joe values omega-3 fish oils highly, and ensures he’s taking them regularly. In the same Tom Papa podcast above, you can skip to 1:02:40 where they talk about the importance of fish oils, and how it’s more effective than getting your omega-3s from flax-seed or hemp oil.

Based on Joe’s Instagram post, his YouTube tour of his vitamin cupboard, and the latest Dr Rhonda Patrick podcast, Joe currently takes Carlson’s Super Omega-3 fish oil in liquid form. He currently takes 3 tablespoons daily (he mentions the dosage in his latest podcast with Rhonda Patrick).

If you find capsules more convenient (as I do), it also comes in two capsulated versions; one with beef gelatine capsules, and another with fish derived capsules (suitable for pescetarians). A 2 capsule serving contains 1,200mg omega-3s, including 600mg EPA & 400mg DHA.

Image on the right is (again) the 2013 Instagram post from Joe Rogan, discussing his supplements, including Carlson’s Super Omega-3 fish oils.

Vitamin D3

In this section of Joe’s podcast with Tom Papa he discusses how important vitamin D3 is to our health.

In the YouTube clip of his supplement cupboard, he’s taking Solgar’s D3 5,000iu, but that was from way back in 2011.

Since then, Joe’s had Dr Rhonda Patrick on the podcast, who suggests the average person needs around 4,000iu of D3 per day in order to maintain an ideal blood concentration of 40 – 60ng/ml. She points out that not only is too little D3 bad for us, too much is also bad! See her video on Vitamin D3 for all the juicy details.

Joe’s multivitamin already contains 500iu of D3, so you’d want approximately 4 of these Thorne D-1000 capsules in addition.

Glucosamine & Chondroitin

Since Joe was young, he trained as a taekwondo fighter, competing nationally. Even after he finished fighting competitively, he still trains hard. This leads to a lot of wear and tear on the joints, and thus Joe uses glucosamine & chondroitin.

He first mentioned it in a 2009 post on MMA underground:

Then in his 2011 supplement cupboard video, he shows that he’s using 365s Glucosamine Chondroitin & MSM.

Products Joe Takes Occasionally/Is Experimenting With

Resveratrol & NMN (Nicotinamide Mononucleotide)

On podcast episode #1234 Joe had a Harvard scientist called David Sinclair on. David shared the supplements he takes, including:

  • Resveratrol – 1g/daily (morning with yogurt)
  • Nicotinamide Mononucleotide (NMN) – 1g/daily (in capsules, swallowed with water)

During the podcast Joe creates a list of these supplements to go shopping for later. Then on episode #1269 Joe confirms he has started taking resveratrol every morning, along with NMN which he says gives him a lot of energy and makes him feel great.

What do Resveratrol & NMN do in relation to living longer?

David describes resveratrol and NMN as critical for the function of the sirtuin genes, genes which help us live longer. He describes resveratrol as the “accelerator pedal” for the sirtuin genes (increasing their activation), and NMN as the fuel. The reason that resveratrol won’t work effectively without NMN (the “fuel”), is that sirtuin activation requires youthful NAD levels, but NAD levels decline with age, and by 50 years old, we have about half the level of NAD we had in our 20s (NAD being a molecule that is essential to energy production in our cells).

So in effect, you take resveratrol to increase activation of the sirtuin genes, and NMN to ensure the sirtuins have enough energy to work properly. It’s worth noting that restoring NAD levels has other helpful benefits too.

The complexity with these 2 supplements is that David Sinclair (who recommended them), uses product he had leftover from lab experiments – and Joe hasn’t shared explicitly which brand he uses (and no doubt brand matters, given that supplement manufacturers are unregulated). I dug into the subject in detail in the David Sinclair post, so refer to that for more details, but below is shorter version.

Resveratrol

Research published by David’s old company Sirtris (sold to GSK for $720m) found that micronized resveratrol had greater bioavailability than it’s regular counterpart – up to 3.6x greater when measured in the blood. Searching micronized resveratrol on Amazon narrows down the results down to a few; including MegaResveratrol.

However, I noticed something on the page for the Rich Roll interview with David Sinclair. He lists a micronized resveratrol by RevGenetics. This was interesting because during the interview Rich asks David where to get the supplements he takes, and David told him they’d talk about it after the podcast. Maybe RevGenetics was a brand that David mentioned post interview (possible), or perhaps it was just a brand Rich “plucked” from a Google search. Impossible to know without further info.

That said, I looked into RevGenetics a little more, and they certainly seem legitimate. They focus on longevity molecules and have been selling Resveratrol since 2006. They offer a micronized resveratrol that comes in powder form, and thus could be taken in the morning with yogurt, as David does. It’s named M98 Super Micronized Resveratrol. At 0.5g/day their 25g tub should last 50 days, at just over $1/day per dose.

NMN (Nicotinamide Mononucleotide)

In the interview David refers to two molecules that can act as “gas” for the sirtuin activator (resveratrol) to work; NMN and NR (nicotinamide riboside). It’s not clear yet how NR compares to NMN in terms of effectiveness – those studies are still to be done. However, presumably David believes NMN is superior to NR, otherwise he would take NR.

When it comes to NR, there is already a clear brand leader in the space; Chromadex Tru Niagen. It’s Chromadex’s NR that also goes into other brand’s NR offerings such Life Extension’s NR.

However when it comes to NMN, there isn’t a clear brand leader.

One name I’ve heard some discussion around is Alivebynature, who make a 12g and 36g powdered version (powder being important if you want to emulate David’s method of mixing it into a spoon of yogurt).

Then there’s an NMN powder made by same company who make MegaResveratrol (mentioned above); called SuperNMN.

RevGenetics (also mentioned above) make a bulk powder version of NMN called Advanced NMN – which comes in 10g and 25g versions.

For further information on the topic of Resveratrol and NMN, see this longer post I did on David Sinclair’s Supplements – What He Takes & Where to Buy – including additional information we’ve learnt since David was on JRE – such as:

  • How NMN & NR needs to be stored in the cold
  • Resveratrol needs to be kept away from any moisture, to avoid it turning brown and spoiling.

Nootropics

In a January 2019 podcast episode (JRE #1234 ), Joe discussed the 3 nootopic supplements he likes & takes; Neuro1, TruBrain & AlphaBrain.

The 3 Nootropic Supplements Joe Rogan Takes – YouTube Clip

 

“There’s a bunch of different nootropics I use. I use 3 different companies, 1 that’s one of mine (AlphaBrain), and then 2 that are other companies; Neuro1 and another one called TruBrain”

Neuro1

Joe has mentioned Neuro1 numerous times over the years (for example see Joe’s below tweet from 2013). It’s a nootropic created by former NFL linebacker Bill Romanowski, who after 16 years, and many hits in the NFL, was suffering from memory problems. In 2007 he brought together doctors, scientists and nutritionists to create a solution to fix his cognitive decline. This resulted in the product Neuro1.

More about Romanowski and the creation of Neuro1 here, and the product’s website link here.

Note: Whilst Neuro1 lists ingredients, it doesn’t list quantities (not good). Their website says “one serving of Neuro1 is equivalent to about 1 cup of strong coffee”, so around 100mg to 120mg of caffeine per serving.

TruBrain

Joe interviewed the neuroscientist behind TruBrain, Dr Andrew Hill, on JRE #629. Similar to Neuro1 above, it shares active ingredients caffeine and piracetam, but then adds oxiracetam to the stack. They come in these “on the go” pouches, that work out to be a couple of dollars per dose.

AlphaBrain

AlphaBrain is made by Onnit, a company that Joe has openly said he owns a stake in. He also notes that all the supplement’s ingredients could be bought separately for less, it would just require more time and effort. There are two versions; pill form (Alpha brain) and sachet form (AlphaBrain Instant).

Unlike Neuro1 and TrueBrain, AlphaBrain doesn’t include caffeine. It’s active ingredients include:

  • Alpha GPC
  • Bacopa
  • Huperzine A
  • Vinpocetine
  • L-theanine

Alpha GPC, a type of choline, is also favoured by Dr Rhonda Patrick, a regular guest on Joe’s podcast. She takes around 800mg (substantially more than 2 capsules of Alpha Brain contains) before intense writing or public speaking events. See more on Rhonda’s use of it here.

Interestingly, Onnit did sponsor a 63 person study (source) showing that Alpha Brain improved “delayed memory recall” vs a placebo. Specifically that’s where participants are told/shown something, then a break occurs, then they’re later asked questions that requires them to recall the information they were earlier provided. Now, given that Onnit sponsored the study, we should use appropriate scepticism in interpreting their positive results; but thought it interesting to mention nonetheless.

As recently as August 7 2019 – Joe has talked about his Onnit “essentials” including Alpha Brain and Shroom Tech Sport.

Pre-workout

Shroom Tech Sport

Joe on Instagram: “Got a nice shipment from @onnit today! My essentials; lots of fat butter, Alpha Brain and Shroom Tech Sport!”

Joe takes Shroom Tech Sport as a pre-workout, about an hour before exercising. He says it allows him to push harder in the gym, without giving him the jittery feeling that strong stimulant/caffeine based pre-workout supplements do.

It contains a number of interesting ingredients:

  • Vitamin B12 – important for energy production, but the effects are typically only noticeable if you’re low in B12
  • Chromium – thought to play a role in insulin regulation1 – which in turn is important for the bodies energy management
  • Cordyceps mushroom – supposed to improve athletic performance – data currently inconclusive
  • Ashwagandha – an “adaptogen” that appears particularly adept in helping manage stress/anxiety2
  • Green tea extract – this likely means the supplement contains small amounts of caffeine and l-theanine, which come from tea leaves
  • Rhodiola – popular “adaptogen” – supposed to boost energy
  • Astragalus – has been researched as a drug to improve healthspan – unclear how it helps with sports performance

Onnit also published a clinical trial that found Shroom Tech Sport increased volume for strength training and high-intensity cardio. The full study is here, and their blog post about it here. Naturally, given it was self-funded, it should be approached with healthy scepticism.

Hemp Oil

Joe mentions his use of hemp oil in a number of different podcasts, including this clip and this clip.

Joe explains he uses hemp oil in 2 different forms:

  • As an oil taken orally – he says it “puts me in a great place”. Specifically mentioning how it has “saved family vacations” by reducing his anxiety.
  • As a cream used topically – Joe exercises a lot, and says “it’s probably the best thing I’ve found for alleviating soreness and stiffness”

It's worth taking a moment just to clarify around the legal difference between hemp oil and CBD oil. The hemp plant is defined in US Federal law via the 2018 Farm Bill as a cannabis plant with less than 0.3% THC content on a dry weight basis (see Farm Bill section 10113 specifically). Oil extracted from the hemp plant is referred to as "hemp oil" - and can be sold legally across the USA - including on Amazon.com.

A large amount of the time when people say "CBD oil" they are referring to what's legally regarded as "hemp oil". The CBD part of the name refers to cannabidiol, one of the 113 cannabinoids in the cannabis plant. However, in states where cannabis is available for medicinal or recreational purposes, it is possible to get oil made from cannabis plants over the 0.3% THC threshold - at which point this would no longer be referred to as hemp oil, and would be considered a scheduled substance. The rest of this post only refers to the federally legal hemp oil.

 

Which Brand?

Whilst Joe has experimented with different brands of hemp oil, the brand Charlotte’s Web has specifically been talked about a few times on the podcast, after Joe was first introduced to it by Pete Holmes in 2017 (see clip from JRE #912).

Charlotte’s Web Original Formula at 50mg CBD/ml

Whilst CBD containing hemp oil has become big business, and lots of new sellers have flooded the market, Charlotte’s Web has been there since the early days, and appear to pride themselves on quality. Each product bought from them can be checked on their website for a certificate of analysis, detailing the levels of cannabinoids as well as heavy metals, pesticides, solvents, and THC found in the batch.

 

Charlotte’s Web also produce infused gummies and hemp oil capsules

Nut Butters

Joe’s company Onnit produce a range of nut butters they call “fat butter” – due to their high fat content. These are particularly interesting for people on low carbohydrate diets, who want to add more tasty fats to their diet. They come in 4 varieties:

  • Salted Almond – almonds, macademia nuts, chia seeds, coconut oil, pink himalayan salt
  • Creamy Peanut Butter – peanuts, macademia nuts, chia seeds, coconut oil, pink himalayan salt
  • Chocolate Hazelnut – Hazelnut, cashew, cocoa butter, cocoa powder + more
  • Snickerdoodle – Cashew, macademia nuts, cocoa butter, hemp seed + more

Joe on Instagram: “I fucking love this stuff. @onnit Fat Butter. Macadamia nuts, organic chia seeds and organic coconut oil. I scoop it right out of the jar with a spoon. Great way to get those healthy fats!”

Coffee

Ok, so, coffee – what’s the big deal? It’s one of the most common drinks in the Western world, and probably not worthy of a special spot in this list. True.

But at the same time, coffee is one of the strongest (unregulated) cognitive enhancers available to man – and Joe’s a big fan.

Whilst it may be difficult to find reliable evidence on the effectiveness of some of Alpha Brain’s ingredients, there are hundreds of studies on caffeine and its effects.

UFC star Chael Sonnen has talked in the past about how he’s able to supplement caffeine before a fight, and it gives him a boost.

Coffee Joe has mentioned drinking:

Joe has also recently got into using a coffee creamer by his friend’s business – the surfer Laird Hamilton. It’s a coconut based creamer (dairy-free, vegan and keto friendly) that contains turmeric. He mentions enjoying it on the Dan Crenshaw podcast, and also displays it on an Instagram post.

Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT)

Younger vs Older Joe Rogan – Less hair, more tattoos, similar physique

Whilst some people start slowing down in their 50s, Joe hasn’t. Whether he’s hosting his podcast, practicing stand-up comedy or commentating at UFC events, the man doesn’t stop.

Part of this can be put down to “success”, a healthy lifestyle and good genetics. But it would be a mistake to ignore the elephant in the room; Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT).

Joe says he started testosterone replacement therapy at age 37/38, originally using creams, which weren’t very effective. Then at 39 (now 51) progressing to weekly injections, under the close supervision of his doctor. Raising his testosterone to the levels he would have had in his late 20s. Joe on TRT:

“Testosterone replacement therapy, there’s a real science to it.

The idea is you don’t take too much, you take what you would have in your body if you were a younger man.

People are like well you’re not a younger many anymore well, duh, like, people just want you to wither away and die.”

Joe Rogan on taking TRT – “I’ve done it for 10 years” – YouTube Clip

In the next clip, Joe goes on to say:

Quote:
“All that matters is that you have testosterone in your system. If you don’t have it in your system, you’re not going to feel as good.

It’s real simple, if you’re fine, with not feeling as good – good! If you’re not fine with it, this is 2018, hormone replacement exists for a reason – and that reason is that it makes you feel way better, it makes your body work way better.

You can avoid a host of ailments and conditions related to your body breaking down due to age with hormone replacement therapy. The key to doing it though is to do it correctly. You’re supposed to go to a doctor who is going to test your blood levels, test your nutrient levels, and adjust your diet first.

The first thing that happens, they want to find out:

  • How much you’re sleeping
  • How stressed out you are
  • How much water you’re drinking
  • Are you getting the proper amount of protein – are you eating correctly?

Then they want to get you off the:

  • Sugar
  • Alcohol
  • Cigarettes

Before you do anything.

This is a many month process that I went through. They get you off of all these different things first.

Then they start adding testosterone. It takes a bit of time to figure out what works best. And then you get to a point where you have the hormone levels of a healthy young man. You don’t want to elevate, you don’t want to be higher than that. That’s where you get problems.

There’s ways of elevating your hormones naturally, they just don’t work as well. Whether it’s deadlifts, or running hills, doing sprints, they work a little bit better than nothing. But there’s going to be a difference.”
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How Joe got started on TRT, and why – YouTube Clip

So as you can see – Joe’s a big fan of hormone replacement therapy. It seems to be fairly undisputed in the medical community that testosterone decreases with age. One study3 suggests “free testosterone”4 (the metabolically active testosterone not bound up with SHBG or albumin) decreases by 2% per year from the age of 40. The study notes that poor health may accelerate the age-related decline in hormone levels. So the healthier we can keep our bodies, the slower the decline may be.

Traditionally, testosterone replacement therapy has been thought of as something only a small percentage of the population need, if they have chronically low levels of testosterone. Rather than seeing the age-related decline as something to be fixed. Now, gradually, it’s become more mainstream, as a method for those who can afford it to improve their quality of life as they age.

It’s not something to be taken lightly however, and you certainly don’t want to take testosterone if you don’t need it. As Joe has done, the therapy needs to be taken under the guidance and supervision of a doctor who specializes in hormone replacement therapy – with regular blood tests and check ups. They will be best positioned to discuss the complexities of the treatment, and whether or not it’s something that would be safe and beneficial to take.

Closing Words

Hopefully this post has given you a window into the products Joe takes to keep himself healthy and in shape.

I’ve included a list of sources below, so you can verify the information.

Source Notes

1. Two minute clip of Joe Rogan’s house tour, where he shared his supplement cupboard:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSy1-aTB4dQ
Discusses glucosamine, chondroitin and vitamin B complex

2. Joe Rogan’s post on the MMA Underground forums (from 2009)
http://www.mixedmartialarts.com/forums/UnderGround/ATTN–Joe-Rogan—Vitamin-Packs:1564493

3. Joe discusses his morning supplements in a 2013 Instagram post
https://www.instagram.com/p/WASBIRJyIh/
– Pure Encapsulations Athlete Pure Pack
– Carlsons Super Omega-3 Fish Oil
– Onnit Spirulina & Chlorella
– Vitamin C & Lysine

4. Joe Rogan Experience episode #802 with Tom Papa (May 2016):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RnvxVwhecJI&t=68m50s
Covering his multivitamin, vitamin D3 and omega-3s.
– 1:08:50 discusion on Pure Encapsulations Athletic Pure Pack
– 1:01:55 discussion on vitamin D3, vitamin B12, vitamin B3 & omega-3s

5. A randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled, parallel group, efficacy study of alpha BRAIN administered orally
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1186/1550-2783-12-S1-P54

6. Joe’s Instagram post about Caveman Coffee’s Cold Brew Nitro
https://www.instagram.com/p/4NGWoSpyH4/

See Post Sources Below:

  1. A scientific review: the role of chromium in insulin resistance – PubMed
  2. A Prospective, Randomized Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study of Safety and Efficacy of a High-Concentration Full-Spectrum Extract of Ashwagandha Root in Reducing Stress and Anxiety in Adults – K. Chandrasekhar et al – 2012
  3. Age Trends in the Level of Serum Testosterone and Other Hormones in Middle-Aged Men: Longitudinal Results from the Massachusetts Male Aging Study – Feldman et al (2002) – https://academic.oup.com/jcem/article/87/2/589/2846777
  4. Free testosterone: clinical utility and important analytical aspects of measurement – Shea et al. – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24783351
Alex

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    Thanks for putting this together, very helpful! Does anyone know what doctor Joe goes to for TRT? It seems very thorough with his diet. My doctor just wrote me a prescription, but I want to be more safe. Thanks!

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    1. Alex

      Hi Greg. I actually had the same pressing question when I was writing this post. It would be great to know who Joe’s doctor for TRT is. Certainly we know he has a close relationship with Dr. Mark Gordon, who works with men who’ve had traumatic brain injury, using testosterone replacement therapy to manage their injury (more about that here). We know that because Mark has been on the podcast 3 times (#438, #700 and #1056). That being said; I’m not convinced Mark is Joe’s doctor. Perhaps another reader can shed some more light on the question.

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    I’m taking a graduate course focused on nutritional supplements and ergogenic aids. I’m a loyal JRE listener and was hoping to find a comprehensive list of supplements that he has mentioned in the past to give me material for some of my assignments. This post is EXACTLY what I was looking for. Thank you for sharing!

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    Hi Alex,

    Great article, always have wondered about this with Joe and looking to improve myself so looking into incorporating some of this into my lifestyle too. Are there any mentions about how frequently he takes all three nootropics? Are all of them daily or alternated or only periodically? Sorry if stated in the article I just couldn’t see it after looking several times.

    Thanks man, appreciate the help.

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    1. Alex

      Hi Damian, it’s a good question, and one I’d like to know about more too. Joe used to talk about taking AlphaBrain a lot – but doesn’t speak about it so much these days. Presumably in the early days he was trying to promote the product (he owns a stake in Onnit who make it), and now Onnit is pretty well established, there is less need. Back then, Joe seemed to be taking it frequently, as much as daily. Then regarding the other two – Joe generally just referred to Neuro1 as the first nootropic he started taking – but didn’t talk about it much more than that. Then with TruBrain – I didn’t hear Joe talk about it besides on the podcast he did with one of TruBrains scientists + the clip of episode #1234 that I linked to in the post.

      Appreciate that doesn’t answer your question around frequency!

      One thing on frequency I’d add, is that both TruBrain and Neuro1 contain caffeine. So if you take them regularly, you’ll build a greater tolerance to caffeine, and require more to get the same effect. AlphaBrain doesn’t contain caffeine, so won’t have that particular issue.

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    Very helpful, thanks for taking the time to put this together!

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    1. Alex

      Thanks Chris! If you’ve any questions over the content, leave me a comment.

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    Thank you!

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    Hey Alex, Joe Rogan also takes NMN and Resveratrol for anti-aging. Please update 🙂

    Here is the source:

    https://podcastnotes.org/2019/01/30/sinclair/

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    1. Alex

      Hi Tahseen. That’s not necessarily correct. Whilst Joe interviewed David Sinclair, and took notes of what David takes daily, he has not confirmed publicly (that I’m aware of), that he now takes NMN or Resveratrol. Until he does so, I won’t claim here otherwise.

      What I may do at a future point is put a section in the post for products Joe has either taken on occasions, or has expressed interest in taking.

      Update: Joe has since confirmed taking NMN & Resveratrol since the podcast with David Sinclair – so I’ve updated the main post to reflect this.

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    I appreciate you putting this together!

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    1. Alex

      Thanks Grant! Appreciate the comment. Hope it helps, and let me know if you have any questions.

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    Alex, thanks for your insights on Joe’s listing of supplements.

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    1. Alex

      Thanks Chris, glad it’s useful.

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    Very grateful for the time you put into your work. It saved me a lot of time.
    Thank you very much!

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    1. Alex

      Thanks Oscar, appreciate the message. Glad the post was of use!

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    Just discover your site,
    Very useful and helpful information.
    Thank you for your hard work!

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    1. Alex

      Thanks for the kind comment – glad its been useful!

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