Lately I've made a few changes to my supplements and diet and I wanted to report on how it's affecting me. First of all, I dropped allot of the stuff I was taking. Things like Pregnenolone, I definitely needed in the beginning, but after I taper off, I felt better off of it. I had improvement, stagnation, then improvement once tapered off. I noticed I dropped allot of water weight when I went off Prenenolone. I was carrying allot of water, started preg, dropped water, then gained a little back, then went off and dropped even more. I decided to start using a core of: Active B vitamins Dessicated Adrenal gland by standard process (3 pills in morning, 2 in afternoon, 2 in evening) Cod Liver Oil (A + D + Omega 3's) Lumbrokinase (1 cap, 2x/day to reduce fibrinogen) Magnesium Glycinate (600 mg before bed) Melatonin 1 mg before bed Probulin Probiotics (1 in morning before breakfast) I also decided to start eating more calories and having smaller meals more often. This has yeiled the biggest positive impact. I'm pretty sure I've been starving myself for a decade in an attempt to get to low Bodyfat, and this was part of the reason for my AF, or more appropriately termed adrenal stress. Your adrenals don't get fatigued, they get "stressed." A big clue here is fluctuating blood sugar and cortisol levels. When I haven't eaten for about 3 hours I start to get cranky, but when I eat, I start to wake up a bit. Adding the dessicated adrenal gland to a meal seems to help as well. I'm currently eating about 7 times a day. I still avoid gluten, and soy, but sometimes have dairy, corn, and legumes. I don't feel sensitive to these currently. Another thing which I believe has helped is sunlight exposure. On the weekends I have gotten about 3-4 hours of sunlight each day. I'm not sure exactly how this is helping since my 25 hydroxyl levels were already in the mid 50's but hypothetically, maybe the extra production of D increased my T-regs which lead to the slow down was immune system activity or autoimmunity.