Theres data on Pat's own 6oxo study posted at his own website like he said he would.
I haven't read it yet.
We need to be wary of product test info done by those who stand to make money off the product. Still, I'm interested to check it out.
Yeah, but who else is going to pay the money for such a study? I agree that supplement companies need to be looked at with a careful eye by consumers, but not everyone is out to screw people. I, for one, happen to think 6-OXO is a great product.
I disagree, everyone is out to screw people.Originally Posted by Onslaught
It was not Pat's study. It was funded by Pat's co. This is the same way all the pharm co. studies are done. This is rediculous that people question it because it was funded by his co. Why not look at who did the study rather than who funded it. If everyone was a sceptic about a co funding a study, there would be no drugs on the market. Why, pray tell, would an independent co spend millions of dollars to do study on a drug, if they weren'g going to make money off of it. That would be plain silly. Of course, the company that stands to make money off of a product, will be the one to fund the study. The sad thing is, PA's company is one of the only supp companies to do this.
I used the phrase Pat's study because it is convenient to do so, not because I think he manipulated the results.
I want Chemo to take a look at it and give his opinion.
HELLO!!! The fact that he paid to have it tested is a sign of integrity. These studies are not cheap. Your talking THOUSANDS or maybe TENS-of-THOUSANDS of dollars. Dollars that could have been used to print 10 page pseudo-studies in muscle mags. He is not obligated to doing so, but did...
see, Pat screwed all those muscle mags out of 10's of thousands of dollars.
everyone is out to screw everybody.
I'm screwing you right now.
see, you are screwed now and you didn't even see it coming.
watch out, the next person screwed could be you?
aw ****, the little green guy is following me again, gotta run.
I'd say from reading it & the sources cited, the study is legit. but than again comrade, your right. even if the study is legit, he's still going to use the results to pimp his product that essentially screw the competitors.
It seems to be pretty standard. It has all the information in it that it would be easy to follow their protocol and see if you get similar results, if one had the money.
Hes gotta make the money back somehow, right?