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    Good product for Cortisol levels?


    LeanExtreme is no longer on the market, so what products do folks suggest for controlling cortisol levels during PCT?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDLMaj View Post
    LeanExtreme is no longer on the market, so what products do folks suggest for controlling cortisol levels during PCT?
    OsteoSport is a good product for that.

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    Lean FX by Anabolic Xtreme is a very good cortisol inhibitor.
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    Rosie- you suggested OsteoSport before, but it looks like it's primarily a joint product. How would you rate it against products that more specifically target cortisol levels? That was my one concern, particularly since I already have a joint supplement I just purchased another bottle of. Otherwise, I'd happily order a bottle of Osteosport.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KDLMaj View Post
    Rosie- you suggested OsteoSport before, but it looks like it's primarily a joint product. How would you rate it against products that more specifically target cortisol levels? That was my one concern, particularly since I already have a joint supplement I just purchased another bottle of. Otherwise, I'd happily order a bottle of Osteosport.
    Some joint sups will also somewhat inhibit cortisol. Supercissus RX is another joint compound that does that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Logo View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by KDLMaj View Post
    Rosie- you suggested OsteoSport before, but it looks like it's primarily a joint product. How would you rate it against products that more specifically target cortisol levels? That was my one concern, particularly since I already have a joint supplement I just purchased another bottle of. Otherwise, I'd happily order a bottle of Osteosport.
    OsteoSport IS primarily a joint product. However, it controls cortisol as well.

    Personally, the best product that I have used re cortisol control is Lean Xtreme. Whilst Designer Supplements is no longer in business, Lean Xtreme (reformulated) is made by Driven Sports. I suggest that you use that.


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    Check out Reduce XT, its the cheapest cortisol control product on the market!
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    Quote Originally Posted by warbird01 View Post
    Check out Reduce XT, its the cheapest cortisol control product on the market!
    Looks good, I'll have to get some soon.
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    Cort Bloc

    Or Cissus, I'm pretty sure it's good for that as of course for the joints.
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    what about supress-C from CEL.

    They always have solid products, don't know a reason why this wouldn't be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverSurfer View Post
    Looks good, I'll have to get some soon.
    Good stuff man. Trying to get the word out on the forum, I dont see it brough up too much but its up there with the best of them plus its the cheapest http://anabolicminds.com/forum/images/smilies/afro.gif
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    Quote Originally Posted by powerlinelift View Post
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    Lean Xtreme, Lean FX, and Reduce XT : they all are good products in controlling cortisol for both standalone cycle and PCT.
  

  
 

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