- 02-08-2004, 12:32 AM
Alot of our personal supplement research is flawed. When determining if a certain supplement is responsible for the results you must also consider all factors. You may be taking a certain supplement and think it is the cause for your recent gains or fat loss. But you should also consider any other changes such as diet and routine. If you change all of these or more than one of these at the same time it is hard to tell which is responsible the extra gains or losses.
- 02-08-2004, 01:01 AM
Okay and what is your point?
If you are looking at this as an experiment, the you need to only change one variable.. in the case of supplements, only use one at a time and keep your routine the same.
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