Reddit mentions: The best antioxidant supplements

We found 33 Reddit comments discussing the best antioxidant supplements. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 14 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

🎓 Reddit experts on antioxidant supplements

The comments and opinions expressed on this page are written exclusively by redditors. To provide you with the most relevant data, we sourced opinions from the most knowledgeable Reddit users based the total number of upvotes and downvotes received across comments on subreddits where antioxidant supplements are discussed. For your reference and for the sake of transparency, here are the specialists whose opinions mattered the most in our ranking.
Total score: 5
Number of comments: 3
Relevant subreddits: 2
Total score: 4
Number of comments: 3
Relevant subreddits: 2
Total score: 3
Number of comments: 3
Relevant subreddits: 1
Total score: 2
Number of comments: 2
Relevant subreddits: 1
Total score: 2
Number of comments: 2
Relevant subreddits: 1
Total score: 2
Number of comments: 2
Relevant subreddits: 1
Total score: 2
Number of comments: 2
Relevant subreddits: 1
Total score: 2
Number of comments: 1
Relevant subreddits: 1
Total score: 1
Number of comments: 1
Relevant subreddits: 1
Total score: 1
Number of comments: 1
Relevant subreddits: 1

idea-bulb Interested in what Redditors like? Check out our Shuffle feature

Shuffle: random products popular on Reddit

Top Reddit comments about Antioxidant Combination Nutritional Supplements:

u/yourblastismycruise · 1 pointr/steroids

I haven't used that one but I think I've seen other users say it's good. I use this one:

I know that this one is good because I actually allowed myself to cycle so long with orals and tren that I ended up with yellow eyes. This was before I knew about TUDCA. So anyway, after being scared to death and doing serious research on learned about TUDCA and bought a lot off amazon. I took 4 pills a day for about 2 months and then got blood work. My liver values where better than they were than my very first blood test which was done before I ever touched a single AAS. So anyway, this is how I know this stuff is good stuff. I feel like I have before and after blood work plus yellow eyes to know this stuff is the bomb. I now always use it on cycle and have used with heavy doses of tren (1 G a week) plus sdrol and I'm still good to go.

u/jakk86 · 1 pointr/keto

I dont know about leaky gut, but I have more energy and feel better doing keto (9 months in). I will say that I started doing supplements as well that have made some differences. I take a daily multi, potassium, and magnesium.

I do sleep a bit better since keto but what has made a HUGE difference is tart cherry extract. I got it to reduce muscle soreness and downtime between workouts (major difference) but apparently it also improves sleep. Massively for me. 45 minutes to an hour after taking it I get fairly tired and I no longer wake up 3-4 times a night. I sleep 6-8 hours straight without interruption and it's incredible.

This is the brand I swear by: Tart Cherry Concentrate - Made...

Also started taking electrolytes as well. Started spending 10 hours or so a week at the gym (2 hours 5 days) and just felt super lethargic after workouts and even on days off. I put one cap full in my water and take it to the gym with me and it has made an immense difference. I get in more intense cardio and I dont feel tired after working out either.

This is what I use: LyteShow - Electrolyte Concentrate for Rapid Rehydration - NO Sugars, NO Additives - 40 Servings (With Magnesium, Potassium, Zinc)

Hope this helps. Good luck!

u/CommentsOMine · 1 pointr/Supplements

Only because I ordered this stuff:

CCL Advanced Glutathione Spray 2 OZ. Nano Pure, Effective Delivery & Absorption.

Otherwise, it looks like NAC + Selenium is the next best thing.

u/Andrew3181 · 1 pointr/sleep

For what it’s worth, I bought this specific one:

I take one every night about an hour before bed. It definitely took 5+ days of consecutive use before I noticed significant effects.

I sleep better/feel better now than I did when I was on trazadone, lunesta, melatonin, OTC sleep aids, etc. Everyone’s chemistry is different, keep trying new (healthy) remedies & don’t give up hope!

u/Bobbagonuggetesh · 2 pointsr/gout

Until July?! That seems weird. That's a test that takes hours at the most.
Honestly I'd check out amazon and either order the extract juice or just the pills. Also, Vitamin-C is shown to be really good for gout sufferers (like 1500+ mg a day). At this point you really want to do everything you can to increase kidney function to flush as much UA out everyday.

Tart Cherry Extract 1000 mg 120 Capsules - Manufactured in a USA Based GMP Certified and FDA Inspected Facility and Third Party Tested for Purity. Guaranteed!!

u/RRealAlcibiades · -9 pointsr/UCSantaBarbara

r/Nootropics may be able to help. Helped me. Also . Huge change in quality of life for me, depression and anxiety gone after using these two resources. Sometimes shit can go wrong in your brain, and along with exercise and a healthy diet, you might still need something else to fix it. Certain supplements can help you get back to a healthy balance. Good way to avoid prescription medications and SSRIs, shit like that.


Try some Ashwagandha first, people have been taking it for literally thousands of years, reduces anxiety and there's a big difference between when I'm taking it and when I'm not. You can't get addicted to or be reliant on it. This is what I got but maybe check out Nootropics depot. They do a bunch of testing on the products that they sell and are way more trustworthy.

u/thebilbobobbins · 1 pointr/StackAdvice

I generally just take the most potent Ashwagandha I can find. You need to be careful though, because it can cause thyroid problems, which can lead to arrhythmias.

Here's an example of a supposedly "most potent" brand I use

But, because supplements aren't regulated, it's difficult to tell when one brand is truly stronger than another. For example I use to use these and I could swear they increased my libido more than the other brand, even though they're supposedly "weaker".

For the first brand I take 1 a day, for the 2nd brand I took 2 a day.

u/Franck_Dernoncourt · 1 pointr/longevity is between 40 USD and 50 USD per month (depending on whether one prepays the entire year) for 250mg NR daily + 50mg Pterostilbene daily.


u/j3pgugr · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

This explains it a little more.

Edit: I remember reading studies about N-acetyl Cysteine helping drink rats metabolize alcohol. It looks like they've made it into an anti-redness supplement, which is use at your own risk because the supplement industry is pretty much unregulated in the US. But the redness is the buildup up of acetaldehyde, so no matter what you're likely doing more damage to your liver than your non-glowy friends drinking the same amount. I doubt topical products would help.

u/PerfectAstronaut · 1 pointr/Supplements

Pharmanac is pleasant tasting fizzy tablets you put in water


u/RQ0 · 2 pointsr/asianamerican

Just came back from the bar actually. I'm trying this for the first time/bottle. I've had varied outcomes over my past few outings, but there have also been variables such as not eating much/carbs, time interval in taking the tablets before drinking, and drinking alcohols with varied %'s.

The directions suggest taking 2 pills an hour prior to drinking, and I initially tested the limits by taking them only immediately before drinks or only taking 1 pill. My latest iteration has brought me to following the instructions as well as the follow up of taking 2 more at the bar, which seemed to work tonight.

I think this stuff is similar to the elixir that was spammed here a few weeks back, but at least it's in a more portable pill form.

This is also supposed to be better than antacids because it doesn't just cover up the symptoms, but it provides your body the organic chems it needs to break down the alcohol.

Can report back when I've exhausted trials, just ordered another bottle since it only comes 30 in one.

u/bird_dream · 1 pointr/Fitness

Looks like the sleeping mask is all I've got to add then. But it's mostly because my wife is up way later than I am reading so I use it to block out her light. If it weren't for that I'd just use the blackout blinds.

A friend of mine swears by these tart cherry softgels and says it helps them to sleep the night. I tried them and didn't notice any effect, but just in case it works for you:

u/BustedBottle · 1 pointr/gout

The only sugars you should ingest are those in dark fruits like cherries and blueberries. Start taking two tart cherry pill extract pills daily and keep on it. Like others have said, cut back on meats and drink lots of water.

u/Heydude1027 · 5 pointsr/gout

Soda water with a lime. I feel like sugar has a big impact. These are the cherry pills I use and this is the bromelain

u/baron_muchhumpin · 1 pointr/gout

My brother and I have good luck with Tart Cherry Concentrate - I take 1 a day, or 2 if I know I've been bad

u/jb_713 · 2 pointsr/gout

I take allopurinol every day and take 1-2 of these per day: Tart Cherry Concentrate -

Also, cherry juice from Cheribundi seems to be helpful. There have been some close calls, but I've been attack-free since February.

u/TheLegendaryHabibi · 2 pointsr/AccuSource

Brawn Nutrition, of Amazon.

TUDCA by Brawn Nutrition - 60 Caps

u/OneRedSent · 1 pointr/gout

I can't stand the juice so I take these pills.

u/cryospam · 3 pointsr/mead

I just bought my flowers...let's see how it turns out...

I think I'm going to do a melomel with Blueberry extract instead of a traditional though.