Has anyone tried using supplement to improve their memory, and academic performance? - page 2
After reading an article at sciencedaily.com about the results of acetyl-l-carnitine in combination with alpha lipoic acid in aging rats I decided to conduct a personal experiment. I'm in my mid... Read More
Mar 25, '04Occupation: Student (RRNA) Joined: Mar '04; Posts: 6Hey, Roland! About the supplements for memory, I am taking one that works GREAT, it's called.....uh.........um.........uh-oh................sorry!
Just joking.........wish I could help you, but I know nothing about them or their benefits!
Mar 25, '04Joined: Jul '03; Posts: 164; Likes: 8gingko biloba pills from GNC. tastes nasty going down the ol' hatchet, but DOES improve memory
Mar 25, '04Occupation: CCU RN Joined: Sep '02; Posts: 1,039; Likes: 10Personally, I stay away from natural herbs and supplements.
I had a friend who took a performance enhancer --from GNC --don't know the name of it, and he now has cardiomyopathy induced from the so called enhancer at the age of 25.
Some of them probably do indeed work. However, the risks (in my humble opinion) do not outweigh the benefits.