bump.. C3G is the active ingredient in Indigo.. Popularized by the one and only BIOTEST..It's atleast 2x/serving as these other NP's Lets keep this thread going.. Not about C3G, but the NP's
This is a topic I've become very interested in lately. I'm more interest from a lean gaining perspective than cutting. IMO, this is where a good NP will really shine. Also, there are other nutrient partitioning compounds other than GDAs. A few item for discussion:
Have any GDAs been shown to be selective to muscle tissue vs fat? I if recall, this is the main issue Patrick Arnold has with these compounds.
How about some of the other popular OTC compounds ( , ArA, Usolic Acid)? Any NP properties to these?
I am going to start experimenting with clen and t3 in very low doses and only dosed on selective days according to my carb/calorie/training schedule. Again, I am not interested in these compounds from fat loss, but for nutrient partitioning. My initial trial will be 12.5mcg t3 twice per week (high calorie days) and 60mcg clen twice per week (low carb days).
Overall my goal is to raise weekly caloric intake (it's already fairly high at 3,300 kcal). Of course the whole idea of the NPs is to shuffle the added nutrients into muscle vs fat.
Anyway, this should give this thread some more items for discussion.
Are nutrition partitioners used while bulking?
Does it lean you out while on a bulk?
Coop can elighten you in the slintensity thread.Originally Posted by python93
People seem to be enjoying, anabolic pump, slintensity, SlinSane v2, & SLINshot.
The only GDA that has studies backing it as a nutrient partitioner is the over-hyped and over-priced Biotest product. Then again, if it actually works maybe its worth the price. I'm still hoping other options develop.
It seems there is a role for these products in both cutting and lean gains. I'm personally still trying to figure out how to best utilize them for each situation.
GDA's are the term that supp nuts and/or the industry has come up for products like recompadrol, glycobol, slintensity, etc yes.
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Perhaps the key is to use these in conjunction with nutrient timing. Our muscles are more insulin sensitive at breakfast and more so post workout. GDAs may also be more useful when carb cycling due to heightened sensitivity from low carb days. Of course this is just speculation and someone more knowledgeable may correct me or add more insight.
LG Sciences SLIN was pretty intense. I loved using it for nutrient repartitioning.
Prior to fasted training, I never found anything better than AP.
Keep in mind I haven't been taking supps for over two years. Probably lots of great stuff out there.
Wow here's an old face on these boards.Originally Posted by Irish Cannon
The above is my own opinion and does not reflect the opinion of PES
SSV2 is the shiznit! Either that or just Geronova Na-R-ALA.
I heard that Omega is coming out with a nutrient partitioner.
While not marketed as a NP, or proven to be one in numerous studies, I suspect Anabeta is a good one. I get lean with very little effort (diet wise) and often feel hypoglycemic if I take it before a meal. Pumps can be decent as well if timed correctly before a workout.
Correct me if I'm wrong but if it had nutrient partitioning effects rather than GDA effects it wouldn't make you go hypo... Would it? Don't get me wrong i love anabeta, its likely my favorite supplement but idk if it necessarily has NP effects. GDA I could see, NP I'm not so sure
Always wanted to try the LG SLIN. Gone now I think.Originally Posted by Irish Cannon