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    Quote Originally Posted by chedapalooza View Post
    Get this on nutraplanet so I can give u my money for 4th of july sale. Please?
    For a limited time, I can take your money in the form of paypal in exchange for a random supplement with an X-Gels label taped on. Deal?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingjameskjf

    For a limited time, I can take your money in the form of paypal in exchange for a random supplement with an X-Gels label taped on. Deal?
    All about that placebo.. I'll take it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chedapalooza View Post
    All about that placebo.. I'll take it!
    I have two bottles on my shelf - and you're not getting either one.

    And I can assure you I'll be ordering more, next month too!

    Just placed an order for 1000g of GMS, I have plenty of ALCAR-500 on hand, and am about to board the SNS Gain Train!
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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleWade View Post
    I have two bottles on my shelf - and you're not getting either one.

    And I can assure you I'll be ordering more, next month too!

    Just placed an order for 1000g of GMS, I have plenty of ALCAR-500 on hand, and am about to board the SNS Gain Train!
    Everyone has a price Wade...name yours...come on, I can offer you a lot...for those 2 bottles!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chedapalooza View Post
    All about that placebo.. I'll take it!
    Done!


    Disclaimer: the actual product chosen to misrepresent itself may be expired and will also likely result in various health complications up to and including death, or as we like to call, Full Apoptosis Instantaneous Lifelessness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Celorza View Post
    Everyone has a price Wade...name yours...come on, I can offer you a lot...for those 2 bottles!
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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleWade

    I have two bottles on my shelf - and you're not getting either one.

    And I can assure you I'll be ordering more, next month too!

    Just placed an order for 1000g of GMS, I have plenty of ALCAR-500 on hand, and am about to board the SNS Gain Train!
    Thats the kinda talk that got you booted from bb!! Lol.

    What's the science behind the gms and ara?
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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleWade View Post
    Epic that I read it on his voice tone lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by chedapalooza View Post
    Thats the kinda talk that got you booted from bb!! Lol.

    What's the science behind the gms and ara?
    In a relatively short and extremely simple explanation, I believe that GMS helps shuttle the compound to the muscle tissue.

    There is an incredible amount of information available in the Maximizing Arachidonic Acid thread on Bodybuilding.com - I'm posting from a random WiFi hotspot because my power at home was knocked out by the big storm-front going through Ohio next week, so I don't have the time to elaborate for now. Coop is also unavailable, but we'll be back!
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    Wow people really seem eager to get rid of their money. That is a hefty warning label on there too. I didn't know you couldn't take it if you have IBS. I do have IBS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Wow people really seem eager to get rid of their money. That is a hefty warning label on there too. I didn't know you couldn't take it if you have IBS. I do have IBS.
    There is a hefty warning label on most things categorized as supplements by the Food & Drug Administration, and all ArA products [including X Factor, X Factor Advanced, not just those produced by Serious Nutrition Solutions] are subject to the same warning labels.

    As any knowledgeable consumer ready to purchase a product will no doubt learn as part of their research, different compounds illicit different effects and side effects in the range of people that will use the product - this also holds true to pre-existing conditions such as IBS. ArA is an inflammatory compound and I imagine this may have something to do with recommendations against people with IBS taking it.

    We are sorry our product is not well-suited for use by you, but we are sure that many consumers will be able to use ArA to safely, effectively, and healthily achieve their goals in conjunction with appropriate dieting and training!
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Wow people really seem eager to get rid of their money. That is a hefty warning label on there too. I didn't know you couldn't take it if you have IBS. I do have IBS.
    I would personally much rather spend money on ArA than any other tbooster/muscle builder out there. If the goal of bodybuilding is improving body composition, this is one supplement I'm willing to "get rid of my money" for (and I have, as I bought several bottles of the much pricier X-Factor prior to this release).

    You can take ArA if you have IBS, just watch for worsening of symptoms and be smart about it. Also keep using your fish oil, spaced away from ArA doses.
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    Dang I love ArA! When I finish this bottle of X-Factor I may give these a try.

    Should go well with the SNS TTA I just bought, too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    I would personally much rather spend money on ArA than any other tbooster/muscle builder out there. If the goal of bodybuilding is improving body composition, this is one supplement I'm willing to "get rid of my money" for (and I have, as I bought several bottles of the much pricier X-Factor prior to this release).

    You can take ArA if you have IBS, just watch for worsening of symptoms and be smart about it. Also keep using your fish oil, spaced away from ArA doses.

    I also have arthritis in both knees. Diagnosed about 4 years ago from an X-ray I had. Actually they just told me the cartilage was worn down and I was in "the beginning stages of arthritis". Never had any really bad pain associated with it though. Just not sure AA would be a good idea with all the aches and pains I do get as I age. Turning 40 in a month and I guess it's really going to my head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UNCnate View Post
    Dang I love ArA! When I finish this bottle of X-Factor I may give these a try.

    Should go well with the SNS TTA I just bought, too!
    You could make a case for synergy.

    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    I also have arthritis in both knees. Diagnosed about 4 years ago from an X-ray I had. Actually they just told me the cartilage was worn down and I was in "the beginning stages of arthritis". Never had any really bad pain associated with it though. Just not sure AA would be a good idea with all the aches and pains I do get as I age. Turning 40 in a month and I guess it's really going to my head.
    You're right, this does sound like an accident waiting to happen. Have you used anything like Erase recently?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    You could make a case for synergy.



    You're right, this does sound like an accident waiting to happen. Have you used anything like Erase recently?

    Yeah, I tried Erase Pro and couldn't handle it. I was aching so bad it was crazy. Even tried every other day dosing and still the pain didn't go away till several days after I stopped taking it. The thing is I have tried regular erase a while back and I was fine on that. So I just don't know about taking AA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Yeah, I tried Erase Pro and couldn't handle it. I was aching so bad it was crazy. Even tried every other day dosing and still the pain didn't go away till several days after I stopped taking it. The thing is I have tried regular erase a while back and I was fine on that. So I just don't know about taking AA.
    I would put any joint pain from Arachidonic acid on par with Erase Pro, Lean Xtreme, or Reduce XT. So it may very well not be for you
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    I would put any joint pain from Arachidonic acid on par with Erase Pro, Lean Xtreme, or Reduce XT. So it may very well not be for you

    Oh well. Glad I looked further into it though before purchasing it. Thanks for all your help Mr. Cooper.
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    Mr.Cooper saved me some money and some pain!. Thanks!.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Yeah, I tried Erase Pro and couldn't handle it. I was aching so bad it was crazy. Even tried every other day dosing and still the pain didn't go away till several days after I stopped taking it. The thing is I have tried regular erase a while back and I was fine on that. So I just don't know about taking AA.
    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    I also have arthritis in both knees. Diagnosed about 4 years ago from an X-ray I had. Actually they just told me the cartilage was worn down and I was in "the beginning stages of arthritis". Never had any really bad pain associated with it though. Just not sure AA would be a good idea with all the aches and pains I do get as I age. Turning 40 in a month and I guess it's really going to my head.
    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    I would put any joint pain from Arachidonic acid on par with Erase Pro, Lean Xtreme, or Reduce XT. So it may very well not be for you
    T Bone i've had quite a few joint problems myself(shoulder surgery ,Staph infection,tendonitis) and I wouldnt think about using ARA again. I can handle cortisol controlling products and AIs/serms but i REALLY have to watch the dosages.

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    damn tbone .. Sorry to hear that bro .. hope all works out for ya
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    S.N.S. does make some quality supplements though. Plus the have the best T-shirts. Seriously I have few other T-shirts from other companies and they all seemed to have shrunk. Washed the S.N.S. T-shirt a ton of times so far and it still fits perfect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Oh well. Glad I looked further into it though before purchasing it. Thanks for all your help Mr. Cooper.
    No problem. Out of curiosity, have you looked into cissus? I'm recovering from surgery due to stress fractures, and cissus is a godsend from an anti-inflammatory/bone regrowth standpoint, with human studies to boot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    S.N.S. does make some quality supplements though. Plus the have the best T-shirts. Seriously I have few other T-shirts from other companies and they all seemed to have shrunk. Washed the S.N.S. T-shirt a ton of times so far and it still fits perfect.
    The fit is pretty nice, I do agree. It's tight enough to make you look good but loose enough to make you comfortable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    The fit is pretty nice, I do agree. It's tight enough to make you look good but loose enough to make you comfortable.
    That's bc you're wearing a medium brah...



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    Quote Originally Posted by tnubs View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    To put it plainly, Arachidonic acid is pretty much the best supplemental ingredient that I've ever come across when it comes to body composition (it's honestly on par with EC stack in my experiences for body recomposition effects). This is, for me, the most exciting SNS release since I've been a representative, and I encourage all of you to give this a shot. The standard recommendations are 4-8 caps of X-gels preworkout with 2g of L-Carnitine or an L-Carnitine salt and 6g of Glycerol Monostearate (or 3 scoops of Glycergrow). The product has potential synergy with agmatine and nitrates when it comes to pumps. Furthermore, fish oil, joint support, and other anti-inflammatory supplements (NSAIDs are a different story) do NOT have to be discontinued when using X-gels. Rather, you should try to space these products as far away from your X-gels dose as possible. You should be doing this anyway because using antioxidants and anti-inflammatories periworkout can indeed blunt the response to hypertrophy.
    This being 50 something calories would break my fast. How important is it to use this with the X-Gels, and is the carnitine good enough?
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