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    Who takes a nutrient partitioner before bed?


    ...which one, and how were the results?

    Thanks brothers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freefall365 View Post
    ...which one, and how were the results?

    Thanks brothers.
    I have and do when I have one, including but not limited to NeoVar Recomped, Slin-Sane, Shred Matrix, Recompadrol, etc. I definitely notice a difference in using a nutrient repartitioner pre-bed the next morning, since I eat a lot of calories and carbohydrates, and often eat huge meals within or ~2 hours pre-bed, and they help those calories and carbohydrates not affect me as badly re water retention, etc. the next day. Even if I don't have a huge calorie or carbohydrate day that day, I still notice the difference, waking up drier and feeling better the next day.

    Some people can't handle using a nutrient repartitioner pre-bed, however, and this is an individual preference thing.

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    Wouldnt it also boost GH?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tnubs View Post
    Wouldnt it also boost GH?
    The nutrient repartitioner?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosie Chee Scott View Post
    The nutrient repartitioner?
    yes, by increasing insulin sensitivity and removing more glucose from the blood.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosie Chee Scott View Post
    I have and do when I have one, including but not limited to NeoVar Recomped, Slin-Sane, Shred Matrix, Recompadrol, etc. I definitely notice a difference in using a nutrient repartitioner pre-bed the next morning, since I eat a lot of calories and carbohydrates, and often eat huge meals within or ~2 hours pre-bed, and they help those calories and carbohydrates not affect me as badly re water retention, etc. the next day. Even if I don't have a huge calorie or carbohydrate day that day, I still notice the difference, waking up drier and feeling better the next day.

    Some people can't handle using a nutrient repartitioner pre-bed, however, and this is an individual preference thing.

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    Could you elaborate a bit on the bolded concept a bit please? I don't quite understand
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangatang View Post
    Could you elaborate a bit on the bolded concept a bit please? I don't quite understand
    Just spit-balling here, but I know if I don't eat soon after taking one, my chest feels like it's on fire and I have friends who will get really light-headed.

    So, even if that's not what Rosie is referring to, that's something to consider, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MidwestBeast View Post
    Just spit-balling here, but I know if I don't eat soon after taking one, my chest feels like it's on fire and I have friends who will get really light-headed.

    So, even if that's not what Rosie is referring to, that's something to consider, too.
    I am taking glycobol right now to offset my carb intake while i work on my diet. And I don't really "feel" anything...I don't know if I am taking if wrong or what. I might try taking it tonight before bed to see if I can get some of these effects mentioned
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    I take reduction PM before my pre bed meal. Which is actually quite large. A bit over 700 cals. It has raspberry ketones in it, not sure if this counts as a nutrient partitioner or not. I've never actually tried taking something like recompadrol before bed. I take nutrient partitioners with 3 other meals already throughout the day though, so a 4th one is prolly a bit overkill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangatang View Post
    I am taking glycobol right now to offset my carb intake while i work on my diet. And I don't really "feel" anything...I don't know if I am taking if wrong or what. I might try taking it tonight before bed to see if I can get some of these effects mentioned
    I've taken nutrient repartitioners in the past and not "felt" something, too. It's hit and miss for me. I think a lot of it depends on how recently I'd last eaten, etc. I was just throwing it out as a possibility.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tnubs View Post
    Wouldnt it also boost GH?
    yes i believe you are correct, via lower blood sugar as you said.

    there's a thread somewhere that quotes Dr. D saying this..
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    I believe optimal timing would be similar to insulin dosing. But to save money I primarily use them immediately post workout.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tnubs View Post
    yes, by increasing insulin sensitivity and removing more glucose from the blood.
    Potentially.


    Quote Originally Posted by Orangatang View Post
    Could you elaborate a bit on the bolded concept a bit please? I don't quite understand
    Some individuals get hypoglycemic if they do not eat after using a nutrient repartitioner, and this can have unpleasant side effects like nausea, headache, etc. Like I said, using a nutrient repartitioner pre-bed is not for everyone.


    Quote Originally Posted by Orangatang View Post
    I am taking glycobol right now to offset my carb intake while i work on my diet. And I don't really "feel" anything...I don't know if I am taking if wrong or what. I might try taking it tonight before bed to see if I can get some of these effects mentioned
    Glycobol was the one nutrient repartitioner/insulin mimetic that I did not notice anything with, so you could just be like me in that regard. Otherwise, you might not be dosing high enough for effects.


    Quote Originally Posted by MidwestBeast View Post
    I've taken nutrient repartitioners in the past and not "felt" something, too. It's hit and miss for me. I think a lot of it depends on how recently I'd last eaten, etc. I was just throwing it out as a possibility.
    Depends on dosing and timing of the product, the individual, and other factors, etc.

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    Then what is the favored partitioner?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangatang View Post
    Then what is the favored partitioner?
    The best nutrient repartitioner I have personally used is Recompadrol.

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    Im using that now with 150mg of Na-Rala. Always really like anabolic pump also though. Currently, I take 1 slin sane before bed since I eat a cup of cottage cheese, milk, peanut butter pre-bed.. thats like 25-30g of lactose sugars.

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    I just order a bottle of recompadrol after reviewing the ingredients...too bad i couldn't get it on nutra
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangatang View Post
    I just order a bottle of recompadrol after reviewing the ingredients...
    It's the best formula out there so far - they've all got one or two effective ingredients in, but none of them have ALL of them . . . I should get some more sometime as well . . .
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    Keep it simple and take ALA pre-bed. Increased insulin sensitivity, antioxidant, and can increase GH. I take it with some alpha-Y ~30 minutes before my pre-bed protein shake.
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    I'm thinking about ordering bulk ingredients and making my own...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    Keep it simple and take ALA pre-bed. Increased insulin sensitivity, antioxidant, and can increase GH. I take it with some alpha-Y ~30 minutes before my pre-bed protein shake.
    alpha Y? isnt that stimulant? or is that just regular yohimbine?
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    Quote Originally Posted by brock17cf View Post
    alpha Y? isnt that stimulant? or is that just regular yohimbine?
    For most, the alpha isomer is non-stim. Y-HCl, however, makes me extremely jittery.
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