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  • The researchers theorized that it increased...

    The researchers theorized that it increased 5-alpha reductase activity. I would haphazardly throw out a guess it could be related to increased IGF-1 levels associated with creatine intake.
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    Impossible to quantify with any relative...

    Impossible to quantify with any relative certainty without blood work.
  • Very potent. Tastes terrible, and lingers, if...

    Very potent. Tastes terrible, and lingers, if you're sensitive to that sort of thing.
  • How do you measure it specifically in skeletal...

    How do you measure it specifically in skeletal muscle?
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    Sounds like they have a... problem.

    Sounds like they have a... problem.
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    As I have no way to know which store you applied...

    As I have no way to know which store you applied to, I am shutting down all stores in Pennsylvania as a precaution.
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    Espn.com.

    Espn.com.
  • What language is this? It resembles English.

    What language is this? It resembles English.
  • I think Layne said he does it two or so hours...

    I think Layne said he does it two or so hours following a meal. Schlam it.

    As a follow up to this question, does type of protein impact (as far as how rapidly it releases aminos into the blood...
  • I believe there is research showing moderate...

    I believe there is research showing moderate consumption of certain alcoholic beverages lower body fat modestly, could this be a reason why?
  • In the context described, cost would be one major...

    In the context described, cost would be one major advantage. Leucine is cheap.
  • What did the control group gain/lose?

    What did the control group gain/lose?
  • I would suggest this is true of virtually every...

    I would suggest this is true of virtually every supplement ingredient on the market, at least to some extent. Even creatine research typically just goes by LBM.
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    Peak ATP is a vasodilator. I kind of question...

    Peak ATP is a vasodilator. I kind of question the inclusions of non-enteric coated forms of that and SAM-e, though. As well as empty stomach vitamin D. And DAA in the general sense.

    I'd say...
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    Consider me skeptical, but curious.

    Consider me skeptical, but curious.
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    So wouldn't a high potency fish oil combined with...

    So wouldn't a high potency fish oil combined with a lecithin supplement yield similar benefits?
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    It wouldn't be suggested to stack the two. Just...

    It wouldn't be suggested to stack the two. Just limited to the scope of the two products you mentioned, Lipo is the better fatburner. Burn 60 is relatively mild.
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    Would not use either.

    Would not use either.
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    Doesn't matter.

    Doesn't matter.
  • If you still have any nitrate products hanging...

    If you still have any nitrate products hanging around, I find them to be excellent for blood pressure control.
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