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Half way through Season 3 right now. Great show.
You'll want to dose yohimbe alkaloids away from any insulin response.
There may be a connection with dairy's impact on acne. Also, creatine increases DHT which can lead to acne.. But these both are kind of a stretch.
Other variables at work man.
I'll be interested in how different Snickerdoodle and Cinnamon roll taste.
Great to see more unique flavors.
From our article again:
"Egg protein powder is made by taking raw egg whites, pasteurized them, and then drying them into a powder. Unfortunately there is no research that we are aware of...
It's very dependent on the ingredients.
I'm probably more partial to Agmatine, however, citrulline has more data supporting its effectiveness.
It's near impossible to know what to recommend with knowing goals, diet, training, etc.
Agreed with Kbayne. At 1 scoop only pre workout, I don't think the appetite suppression would be overwhelming, however each person reacts differently.
From our "Protein Lessons" series (this one just came out today, actually):
Origin had a tremendous formula. I was a huge fan of it.
I'm partial to it over C4.
Rob's (well, Rob's/Coop's) does a great job of explaining how yohimbe impacts fat loss.
On point 2, please start very low with Rauwolscine. We've heard of many people mention how strong the effect...
Let us know if you have any questions. It's a tough profile to beat.
Whey's effects on insulin and IGF-1 may cause some individuals to break out.
There is correlation between IGF-1 and acne.
BCAA's - Xtend
EAA's - Amino IV
BCAA's are fine with yohimbe prior to training - as training will cause a rise in epinephrine and this will inhibit insulin secretion.
What's the forskolin contest in VR again? I wouldn't exceed 50mg in a bolus. Build your way up to that.