Recompadrol with fats

  1. Recompadrol with fats


    Why is recompadrol said to be the best nutrient partitioner with meals containing fats? Ive read that and i am interested. Ive read things like slin sane are best with carb protein meals.. but recompadrol with complete meals containing fats like in a bulking diet.

    Mike


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  4. I've been looking at Recompadrol for a while. It gets mixed reviews.

  5. Come on reps! Lets go!!!

  6. The HCA is a fatty acid blocker that will help chew through some of the fat calories.

    The ingredients all work together to help a mixed meal I.e. fat, protein and carbs.

    Berberine, banaba and gymnema help carbs, aminoguide reduces insulin levels and the HCA will block fats or at least, minimise what is absorbed
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by runner_79 View Post
    The HCA is a fatty acid blocker that will help chew through some of the fat calories.

    The ingredients all work together to help a mixed meal I.e. fat, protein and carbs.

    Berberine, banaba and gymnema help carbs, aminoguide reduces insulin levels and the HCA will block fats or at least, minimise what is absorbed
    Perfect, greatly appreciated!!!

    Mike
  

  
 

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