These days, I don’t use much supplementation to my diet at all.
I believe in fueling your body with good nutritious foods with an emphasis on priming the body for testosterone optimization.
I regularly eat whole eggs, Ezekiel bread with peanut butter, salads with Kale, Tomatoes, baked fries & baked chicken—-also topped with either French or Ranch dressing.
I also make sure that I get a daily serving of fish oil (I take 6 capsules a day.) 5000 i.u. of Vitamin D along with a multi-vitamin.
I like to drink black coffee upon waking up or even pre-workout if needed.
But as far as supplementation goes, that’s about it. Once in a while I’ll supplement with some creatine, but lately I have not.
I drink a glass of red wine nearly every night before bed. There is a plethora of information on the internet regarding the awesome health benefits of red wine, especially the dryer types (Cabernet, Grenache, Merlot, Sangiovese, Shiraz etc.) that contain a higher concentration of anti-oxidants and reservatrol.
In moderation, red wine is good for your heart, circulation, is an anti-inflammatory, and does wonders for your skin.
I consider it a part of my supplementation, but excess alcohol in any form can be very problematic.
In the end you have to make the decision for yourself if including red wine in your diet supplementation is for you.