- 08-11-2007, 04:25 PM
Is it advantageous at all to do a shorter cycle of x-factor? what I really mean is does it take a while for benefits to start to show? Or would using a single bottle show any value?
Also is there any more info on fish oil supplementation? or should I just avoid it until after? I do tend to eat fish or some sort of seafood for at least one meal a day, but I lean towards the less fatty ones, tilapia, whitefish, haddock, cod, etc.
Any other specific recommendations besides what is in the april dated FAQ?
- 08-11-2007, 04:44 PM
i would not run one bottle, because the effects start to kick in on the 2nd one (no scam, lol)
As far as fish go, try to limit it to 2x a week, or go with non fatty fishSerious Nutrition Solutions Representative
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08-11-2007, 04:52 PM
I'll clip salmon out, or just maybe once or twice the whole cycle then. Most white fish are pretty low fat. Other fats like in cottage cheese, or chicken or red meat are ok tho, just not in excess? so I should follow just "normal" eating on them. I've been on a 6 month cut, so i've eaten VERY clean for a long time, its a habit now
08-11-2007, 10:51 PM
The main things I take that I have some question about are glucosamine, chondroiting, msm, and cissus. Not NSAIDs, but all have their anti-inflammatory effects
08-12-2007, 06:55 PM
MSM, regular cissus, chrondoitine, glucosamine are all fine. Eat regularly, and make no change. Just don't supplement with O 3's, or max 2 caps a day. If you eat fish ocasionnaly, you have nothing to worry about
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