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these to guys have great reviews of your products! from what i see and have seen from them they are definitely deserving of winning!!
12-04-2008, 05:07 PM
LG Sciences Lipotropic Protein
I have used a LOT of different brands, flavors and kinds of protein powders over my years in the weight room. EAS' chocolate and vanilla Isolate and blend, ON's Chocolate, Vanilla and Banana Whey and Casein, too many things from All the Whey to list and the same for True Protein.
In that time, I have found some great products and some real rip-offs, and up until recently my favorite's were ATW's Cupcake Batter Isolate and TP's Orange Creamsicle Milk Protein Isolate.
These are just straight-up protein - nothing but lots of good peptides to fuel hypertrophy.
But, LG Sciences has taken Protein Powder a step farther with the addition of polyphenols, antioxidants and digestive enzymes.
Their Lipotropic Protein is unlike anything else I've tried or even seen on the market - I'm a big user of green tea extract and believer in the health benefits of such derived polyphenols and antioxidants, so getting it already in my protein shakes is almost like taking two supps in one for me.
Furthermore, it's ingredient profile is supposed to aid with lipolysis as well. While I think this largely going to be determined by the rest of the individuals diet, I'll take any help I can get in that department.
Lipotropic Protein is derived from Gemma, apparently a member of the pea family. This provides supposedly a better amino acid profile and more Leucine than whey, but what I enjoy about this is that, so far, it is much more easily digestible. I'm not lactose intolerant by any mean, but I am accustomed to associating a little gas with my post-workout or protein shakes. This hasn't been the case with LG's powder.
Solubility is also better than most whey products I have used. Whereas Whey typically has to be shaken in a blender bottle to really avoid clumps, I have been able to mix LG's with a fork or spoon to no detriment.
It's consistency is thicker than whey, mixing it with milk makes it taste very much like melted ice cream. The first time I tried the chocolate I honestly felt like I was cheating. I haven't had a milk shake in years, but that protein shake, well who needs a milkshake when you could have this instead?
So, needless to say, the flavor is awesome. There is a different underlying taste from whey - almost a peanut-buttery flavor that blends itself very well to the chocolate. Also, it seems the colder the liquid you mix it into, the more pronounced the flavor.
The Vanilla is quite tasty too - creamier than the chocolate, but still touting that slightly nutty undertone. I do not like the vanilla quite so much, but I would still recommend it over many of the other products I have used.
But the Chocolate? Well, LG's Chocolate Lipotropic Protein is taking a place in my top 3. It's better, by far than ATW's Cupcake Batter, and I would be hard-pressed to choose between TP's Orange Creamsicle and LG's Chocolate. It is THAT GOOD!
And cheap too! Considering all the extras it carries, the fact that it can be found for close to $5/lb is phenomenal.
So, here's the deal: mixes better than whey, digests better, tastes way better and it's cheaper than whey!
LG's Protein is great stuff and I'll be stocking up on it whenever I find myself running low on protein. And when new flavors are released, that'll just make things even better!
12-04-2008, 11:08 PM
So Craig told me to write up a review for LG's receptor product, I hope this is useful for anyone who wants to use the product.
Receptor is an androgen receptor "cleaner". The idea behind it is that as you cycle more than once, your androgen receptors get "dirty" or less functional. This holds true with the continued use of any controlled substance, from caffeine to cocaine and everything in between. Basically, the more you use something the more your body gets used to it, and the less it reacts in the original manor the product once did. Therefor, if we run multiple prohormone or steroid cycles, our androgen receptors downgrade. This means that your first cycle of superdrol may yeild 15lbs. But if you were to run a second a few months later, I would be VERY surprised to learn that one had the same gains as his first cycle. So, there are two things we can do about this. We can cycle different hormones, therefor spreading out the use of the same hormones from being back to back, making our bodies react to a new compound each time we run a cycle. Well, this may work for a few cycles, but eventually our receptors are "burnt out" and they just won't react like they first did, no matter what the compound is. This is where Receptor comes in. Its ingredients are supposed to "clean" the androgen receptors, so that one can keep having the best amount of androgen receptors each cycle.
I ran Receptor during the end of my first extended PH cycle. It was M1D/MMV2 by LG. I had ran ONE bottle of MMV2 prior... about 2 months before this run. I bridged the last two weeks (week5-6) and the first two weeks of PCT with Receptor.
I noticed my strength gains were not as immediate on my second MMV2 run... this is when I decided to try Receptor at the END of my cycle. A few days after I started the receptor, I started getting the MMV2 aggression that I had been so surprised by on my first MMV2 run. I noticed this feeling was dulled a bit from my first time... maybe I was just used to it, but I seriously didn't have the mental "edge" that I did on the first time I used it. Receptor changed this. I noticed an almost immediate surge in aggression from the MMV2... I truly believe that I started to "absorb" or react to more of the compound.
I also noticed that I felt "fresher" at the beginning of my Epistane run, than I did at the beginning of my M1D MMV2 run. Now my receptors weren't downgraded much, but it was enough to notice a difference from the first to the second time. I felt the Epi kick in very quickly, around week 1 1/2. Had I a few more cycles under my belt and no receptor, I bet i would have had to dose higher or waited for the "kick" for a longer period of time.
I think that this is a great supplement for those of us running our third, fourth, fifth +, cycles. I am looking forward to using this in my Anadraulic State, and will be using it again before my Pheraplex cycle next year. I especially think that this is a useful compound for highly androgenic compounds, for those of us that really enjoy the "rage" that highly androgenic products can produce.
I can only imagine how brutal Phera+MMV2+Receptor would be... In fact, I may have to run that.
I hope that this provides some information to those who are interested in the product, if anyone has any questions they would like to ask me about receptor, feel free to ask away. I don't know a ton about the ingredients and why they are dosed that way, however I do know how it made me feel and how I reacted to it.
Another awesome LG product!
You can read my full review with more info about each of the ingredients at my actual receptor review thread in the LG section of the board.
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I wonder if the winner can pick their GHRP product
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hahahahaha..Im taking that as a compliment from you!
Just asking this ran the same time the others did, AS and Psarm.....
12-07-2008, 10:34 PM
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