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09-08-2012, 01:52 AM
Sugary treats shaped like young chickens.Originally Posted by Celorza
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11-07-2012, 11:25 AM
Lads I am sure this has been asked before, but how does this compare to Erase Pro?
I ran it recently with Erase and DAA (D-Pol).
I am not sure but it made me get a moderately flabby chest again, thought I was consistently leaning (Via Alphamine and Reduce XT)
What am I doing wrong here?
FWIW : I do not understand the science behind it (Celly will testify)
So can someone explain it to me in a "For Dummies Language"
Stats : current weight : 174lbs
BF : 12.2% ( have a printed result from that crazy machine @ Lifetime Fitness which makes you hold those stick like things in your hand)
I went off the Erase for 2 weeks and the flabbyness stopped or appears to have. And I have symptoms of High Prolactin (Sensitive nipples mainly).
So what can i take / manage / reduce / get off so that I can take that stack again?
I loved the vascularity on Erase
11-07-2012, 09:07 PM
The Inhibit-P did not make you get a flabby chest. Correlation =/= causation. There is nothing in any of those 3 products that can cause localized fat build-up.
Not sure about your next set of questions. Could you clarify what exactly you're asking?
11-07-2012, 11:34 PM
I took Erase Pro, its great, but I think it crushed my libido. I have had teenage gyno-ish running for a bit, mainly coupled with a sedentary job with left me weighing in at 259lbs last December.
As I have lost weight down to the specs above, the management of sensitivity of nipples as suggested by the product desc on Inhibit P appealed to me.
So I took Erase + D-Pol + Inhibit P to manage this aspect. However the sensitivity on days I took DAA / D-Pol was high, but I experimented with removing Erase and keeping it to D-Pol and Inhibit P it worked fine, sensitivity was reduced. Nothing else changed in my routine or habits.
So I was seeking some clarifications as to, is this how its supposed to be? DAA should boost Prolactin levels, so Inhibit P should reduce it, what did Erase have to do with this then?
I am confused myself
So what did I do wrong here? Or is this how its supposed to be.
11-24-2012, 02:11 PM
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12-06-2012, 08:22 PM
Yes, if you want to have an AI and prolactin control.Originally Posted by ehoeft
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12-07-2012, 07:43 PM
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