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    why does nutra NOT have GPLC


    ?????? anyone know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasen View Post
    ?????? anyone know
    You'd have to ask a NutraPlanet rep about this - try Steve (aka Steveoph).

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    Do u guys still.offer ur gplc I remme be r it was at a good price
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasen View Post
    Do u guys still.offer ur gplc I remme be r it was at a good price
    Primordial has GPLC, yes. 67.5g for $19.95 or 90 caps for $19.98.

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    Nutraplanet had it in bulk from RPN. I think RPN has gone out of business though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Nutraplanet had it in bulk from RPN. I think RPN has gone out of business though.
    I believe that was actually PLCAR, which is similar to GPLC. The only difference is a Glycine molecule added to PLCAR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    I believe that was actually PLCAR, which is similar to GPLC. The only difference is a Glycine molecule added to PLCAR.
    Yes that was it. Which product do you think is superior?.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Yes that was it. Which product do you think is superior?.
    Well, GPLC is basically an enhanced version of PLCAR...
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    I have not tried either. Wanted to try the PLCAR but it was gone before I had enough money to purchase.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    I have not tried either. Wanted to try the PLCAR but it was gone before I had enough money to purchase.
    My experience with PLCAR is only through DCP. However, I've used probably 6 sachets of GPLC over the past 6 months and it is phenomenal in terms of endurance, particularly MMA and Prowler sessions.
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    Hmmm....Sounds good but seems pretty expensive. PP's site says 3 scoops is one serving and there is only 15 servings per container. Also after reading about it on the site I would worry it might lower blood pressure to much for me. I take an ACE inhibitor, so I don't know...I didn't think it was an NO type product really. Actually now that I read how an ACE inhibitor works and how GPLC works I don't think it would be a problem. I could also start at a lower dosage.
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    GPLC is king of carnitines from my experience, helps tremendously with power output, MMA training specifically wrestling and stand-up, endurance, more breathing capability, improved recovery, fat loss.
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    You guys are making me want to purchase some. I recently switched to a high volume training routine and this sounds like it would help tremendously. I never ever got a pump from NO products or NO containing products. Endurance is what I'm after.
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    I hate those 67g sachets. I like buying in bulk and wish if Pp could sell 1/4 kg for $50.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andrew732 View Post
    GPLC is king of carnitines from my experience, helps tremendously with power output, MMA training specifically wrestling and stand-up, endurance, more breathing capability, improved recovery, fat loss.
    You saying this makes me think, does carnitine alone increase pump? I remmeber once I used 2g of l.carnitine and I remmeber having a big pump
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    I dont notice too much of a pump, my muscles are fuller but not tight to where I can't work out, its more of a performance enhancer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Hmmm....Sounds good but seems pretty expensive.
    It is expensive. I'm sure PP purchases their products directly from the licensed manufacturer Sigma Tau, and I know what they charge per kg, and it IS NOT cheap. Other companies will buy GPLC from other sources, for FAR less, and subsequently, be able to sell their product for less.
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