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    Best cortisol blocker?


    I'm looking to drop some belly fat and looking for safest and most effective cortisol blocker...prefer natural ingredients... Any suggestions?

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    VITAMIN C!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gamer2be08 View Post
    VITAMIN C!
    yessir...cheap and tasty too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gamer2be08 View Post
    VITAMIN C!
    yessir...cheap and tasty too!
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    dosage for cortisol reduction?
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    I hear food helps...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kjkriston View Post
    dosage for cortisol reduction?
    for vitamin C?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bulldogz View Post
    for vitamin C?
    yeah
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    1 gram upon wake up and 1 gram post workout is an effective vitamin C dosage!
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    Vit. C in dosages over ~ 500 mg./day except under extreme oxidative stress acts as a pro-oxidant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crowbar46 View Post
    Vit. C in dosages over ~ 500 mg./day except under extreme oxidative stress acts as a pro-oxidant.

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    Eh.

    Define extreme oxidative stress.

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    Yea I would like to know this
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    Are you people retarded.....well I guess! The best cortisol blocker is chicken hearts! It contains Phosphatidylserine which at 800mg drops your levels by 30%. You need to consume 200g of hearts to achieve this.....not much! There's other foods that contain it but not as much thus you have to eat more to achieve the 800mg to achieve this goal! Vit-C......are you serious? It is not the cure all and amateur believe this BS! Trust me son....this is the way. THE ONLY WAY!
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    Quote Originally Posted by crowbar46 View Post
    Vit. C in dosages over ~ 500 mg./day except under extreme oxidative stress acts as a pro-oxidant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lancepotter View Post
    Are you people retarded.....well I guess! The best cortisol blocker is chicken hearts! It contains Phosphatidylserine which at 800mg drops your levels by 30%. You need to consume 200g of hearts to achieve this.....not much! There's other foods that contain it but not as much thus you have to eat more to achieve the 800mg to achieve this goal! Vit-C......are you serious? It is not the cure all and amateur believe this BS! Trust me son....this is the way. THE ONLY WAY!
    Why am I picturing you devouring chicken hearts with blood all over your face and drinking beer to wash it down and then crushing that beer can on your forehead as you say this? Anyways...

    phosphatidylserine is good stacked with relora.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lancepotter View Post
    Are you people retarded.....well I guess! The best cortisol blocker is chicken hearts! It contains Phosphatidylserine which at 800mg drops your levels by 30%. You need to consume 200g of hearts to achieve this.....not much! There's other foods that contain it but not as much thus you have to eat more to achieve the 800mg to achieve this goal! Vit-C......are you serious? It is not the cure all and amateur believe this BS! Trust me son....this is the way. THE ONLY WAY!
    yes serious...vit c at 3-4 grams a day is a good and effective cort reducer/blocker...not sayin its the best, but still effective
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    How much fat would be in the chicken hearts? Just wondering if there would be any point eating one of these to try cut cortisol and hence fat levels, but at the same time a 200g heart might contain say 20+ grams of fats, would it be worth it in the end to have chicken blood dripping down your face just for some Phosphatidylserine?

    I might have a tiny bit of alcohol in my blood from new years eve, but somehow Im starting to think that maybe Phosphatidylserine in capsule form 'might' be a more viable option here lol.

    Wow, chicken hearts hey?! Never thought of that one, silly me!
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    -At high doses Vit-C is effective depending on my training cycle I have gone up to 8-10g a day. WARNING ON HIGH DOSES OF THE "C" slowly work up to it or you will **** your brains out then slowly work yourself off of it.

    -Lean-Fx..pretty awesome stuff
    -Phosphatidylserine...but make sure you are dosing above 800mg a day
    -A product many don't kw about or dose high enough is Humanofort
    -Glutamine
    -Lots of Green Tea...the REAL STUFF!!
    -Never Have taken yet but lot of people like it is Relora
    -If you can find some of it on the e-net 11-oxo
    -Supper Cissus-RX.... love this ****!!

    THis is all can think of right now...hope it helps

    PS the more you buy...the better your results will be
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    Vitamin C!

    Shrewd observation. It's inexpensive and in multi-gram doses there is research to support. Phosphatidylserine would be my next choice.

    Having said all of that, cortisol suppression hasn't panned out to be as effective as Duchaine had speculated. Much like GH, even large dose of their big brother pharmaceuticals pale in comparison to the androgens...
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