Vat Attack! By USPowders, Get Super Lean for Super Cheap! Write up and Q&A
- 06-05-2009, 02:14 AM
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06-05-2009, 11:32 AM
what would be best to stack with this? i just need something to boost metabolism i definitely don't need something that suppresses appetite
06-05-2009, 11:36 AM
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06-05-2009, 02:16 PM
06-05-2009, 02:20 PM
Oh yah glycobol sounds good too.. I responded so well to AP though, I didn't bother giving it a try. Funny Pslin seemed less strong on me.
06-05-2009, 02:47 PM
06-05-2009, 02:56 PM
06-05-2009, 04:54 PM
Hmm will this help people who are already somewhat lean?
I woud like to know if this would have any negative sides if one where to use this with
06-05-2009, 07:48 PM
06-05-2009, 08:55 PM
06-05-2009, 09:47 PM
I somehow came across a thread about VAT Attack! and have some questions for those who are familiar with it please...(sorry for chiming in on your body building threads!)
I am not a body builder in any way...I am a woman and after having children and then dealing with few years of severe illnesses, I gained a BUNCH of weight. I'm much healthier now than I was before so now I'm ready to address my weight issue more aggressively. I had to stop gaining, which I have and now want to focus on losing the weight.
Since I'm a whopping 60lbs overweight, it's extremely difficult to get motivated to exercise after the normal daily things...so I wanted a SLIGHT boost (sensitive to supps w/ stimulators)...Vitamin Shoppe guy suggested ReCreate. After looking into the product, it sounds good to me so I started my first dose today.
(Now finally :-) ) my question is...would a person who is NOT on an aggressive workout routine and is really overweight safely be able to add this VAT Attack AND ReCreate together? Or would it be unnecessary, redundant or overkill? It's my understanding that you have the thermogenics effect of the coffee extract without the caffeine so I'm assuming one would not have any 'caffeine' side effects, right? I'd REALLY love to get a great start since I'm motivated to shed this weight. I want to see results as fast as I can safely to continue to stay motivated from seeing results. Is this product intended for those who are already in great shape and need to address that 'stubborn viseral fat'? Or would a person who has a lot of fat to lose and plan / hope to be on a moderate workout program see benefits as well? I figure if I can get my hands on this and if it would be SAFE for me, why not address all sorts of fat in all sorts of areas while I'm working on losing this weight? Why wait until months down the road when I'm struggling with those last few pounds?
As a sidenote in case anyone was wondering about my eating habits & exercise...
YES I am putting myself on a tighter menu plan (I already eat fairly healthy but simply don't eat ENOUGH and OFTEN enough since I tend to get busy with the kids...ie: on a good day, I'd eat eggs & veggies for breakfast then not eat all day only to overeat at dinner since I was starving by then)...on a typical day, I'd eat one meal per day and take bites of the kids leftovers when they were done eating. I've started planning my daily meals, weighing and measuring my foods, jotting down what I eat and will focus on eating every 2-3 hrs, 3 meals + 2 snacks per day, I'll still be following food combing for optimal digestion, etc, etc...I know that I need to focus on increasing my metabolism by eating small & frequent meals.
Tomorrow, I will start walking...hopefully soon I'll have enough energy to take excercise classes and lifting some light weights then later start running again which I used to love doing.
Would you see any downside to me taking this now with ReCreate? I do not take any other weight loss supplements however I do take other supplements for overall health: green powder drinks, blue green algae, various minerals for adrenal & thyroid support, homeopathic supplements for focus & memory, liver support, intranasal mb12 (methylcobalamin), HCL, enzymes, probiotics, 5htp, C, Ca, Mg & D3, Ubinquinol & Red Rice Yeast for high cholesterol...
06-05-2009, 10:09 PM
In respects to Vat Attack! and ReCreate, though: Vat Attack! is actually a component of ReCreate, but it could certainly be used as a complimentary component for a more targeted, and specific, fat-loss approach; specifically, targeting adipose of the visceral type, down-regulating lipid and triglyceride forming processes, further negating cortisol-induced glucose metabolism abnormalities, and so on. This being said, Cortisol also plays vital role in the pathological function of the body, and so; diminishing it too much may be a negative thing! As ReCreate already contains a substantial amount of the extract otherwise known as Vat Attack!, I would be hesitant to stack the two!
06-05-2009, 10:17 PM
Well then thanks for responding to my call earlier and also to my post!
Bummer that it could have a negative effect to stack the two but I REALLY do appreciate your honesty! Also good to know that essentially you are saying that I have all that I need in the ReCreate!
If it works on me, I'd be more than happy to spread the word on ReCreate to other "Moms"! In regards to marketing, you may want to consider targeting us Moms / women for increased sales...had I not walked into VitaminShoppe, I would have never heard about it.
No actually, I googled ReCreate reviews and testimonials and after clicking on some other sites, somehow came across this one.
06-05-2009, 10:53 PM
06-06-2009, 08:50 AM
Mullet I am also going to be running Recreate but was thinking of adding a little VAT post or pre workout .. especially on very intense days. If very intense weight training causes an increase of cortisol would this be a good idea or do you think the Recreate still has me covered.
06-06-2009, 01:37 PM
Would it be ok to use this with something like Diiodothyronine? I am also currently on Lean Xtreme, I would stop LX then use VAT and Diiodothyronine then start back on Lean xtreme when done. Sound ok?
06-07-2009, 09:12 AM
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06-10-2009, 08:56 AM
i took like 1/8 of teaspoon just to test it out. I think there is caffeine in it. I would suggest those that are sensitive to stims (like me) to take it in the morning, hehe.
(Maybe of those 100 cups of expressos, they managed to remove 99 cups, which is not bad, i suppose)
06-10-2009, 09:32 AM
I've been doing the TP parachute with Vat, Carboxy and supersap..quick and tasteless
Now based on Mullets comment above I'm wondering if I should drop the Recreate?
06-10-2009, 09:42 AM
Actually now that I look at some of my research USP LAbs six pack Vat Attack stack has AP, Recreate and Vat
Maybe a rep could shed some light on this?
06-10-2009, 05:41 PM
When reading about cortisol and glucocorticoids, one can easily get the idea that they are bad. I have summer allergies and the doctor prescribed me some glucocorticoids (steroidal). They are helping me a ton, I don't see why people are trying to lower their levels of this stuff.
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