Sounds really interesting
im so down!
YES!!! definetely. i infact just went searching for cellucor's. couldnt find it
Do It, Do It, Do It!!!!!!!! Me Want Now!!!!!!!
"I would be proud to sport that body on the beach, or for a hot date." -Dsade commenting on my pics
Well it's unanimous! Let's get!! :bb3:
We are also looking at releasing a pure methyl-synephrine product (please do not compare to regular synephrine...M-synephrine is VERY thermogenic), a PEA blend using r-beta
methylphenylethylamine and our new N-Methyl-Beta-Methylphenylethylamine . These are the most highly evolved forms of PEA in one little capsule
What are your guys thoughts?
Of course these would be at a unbeleivable price. APS is striving to be your one-stop shop for all your ADVANCED supplement needs.
yer sound good, im in
I'm in again. How soon would these products be available?
We can have this done in a matter of days. I will speak with the owner of APS today.
Nice. Any ideas about pricing
just curious, correct me if i am wrong but, in the studies i have seen the pigs were given 50mg per kg of body weight, so how many of your 250 mg pills would you suggest we would have to take for a 220 lb man to equal the results of the studies? 20? every 12 hours? am i figuring this wrong?
quote from study
Technical Abstract: Oral supplementation of NCG, an analogue of N-acetylglutamate, increases plasma arginine concentrations and growth rate in sow-reared piglets. To investigate the mechanism involved in this growth response, nursing piglets (n = 18; BW = 3.19 kg) were orally administered 0 or 50 mg/kg BW of NCG twice daily from 9 to 16 d of age. On d 17, piglets were intragastrically fed sow's milk at a rate of 7.5 ml/kg, with the respective NCG treatment at time 0 and 60 min, then given an i.v. flooding dose of [(3)H]phenylalanine to measure protein synthesis. At 90 min, the piglets were euthanized and tissue samples were collected. NCG-treated pigs gained 25% more weight during the 8-d trial than control pigs (1.93 +/- 0.07 vs. 1.55 +/- 0.10 kg, respectively; P<0.01). Tissue mass and protein synthesis rate of longissimus dorsi were 16% and 20% greater respectively, in NCG-treated pigs compared to control pigs; however, these increases did not reach statistical significance. NCG-treated pigs had 29% higher plasma insulin concentrations at 90 min compared to control pigs, but this difference was not statistically significant. Plasma arginine concentrations were 32% higher in NCG-treated pigs compared to control pigs at 90 min (P<0.05). Although the exact mechanism has not been delineated, it appears that oral NCG administration increases plasma arginine levels leading to an increase in growth rate of nursing piglets.
We were just thinking of offering it at a very affordable price for those that have been interested in it for quite sometime.