We have been discussing many foods, supplements, nutrients, herbs, etc. Occasionally a tidbit pops up about having, for example, an amino acid in between meals, or a vitamin intermittently throughout the day, as in the case of ascorbate. Ascorbate is water soluble, but so are the majority of the B vitamins, and yet most of the Bs are recommended to be taken early in the waking hours of the day, rather than throughout the day. A few more that come to the top of my alleged mind would be alpha lipoic acid, gingko biloba, vitamin D, etc. that have been recommended for early in the day.
More than likely, most you you smart folks have already put this all together, buy perhaps someone other than myself still is groping about for this one. Does a concise resource exist, that might explain the proper timing of nutrients, herbs, and supplements, for the most desirable effect, and for the least interference with other healthful functions (such as sleeping). LEF for example provides an abundance of good nutritional information, but is maddeningly vague on amounts and on timing of intake to achieve the best results. Any reference that has been found to be helpful would be appreciated. Thanks.