Need a supp stack for my 15 Year old brother-
07-05-2004 06:31 PM
V12 and Swole v2 both contain creatine in the form of creatine malate. This is not a precursor, it is creatine.
07-05-2004 07:25 PM
Swolev2 does cary GPA which is a semi-dangerous ingredient which I have discovered through many different ppl/places. Obviously everyone wants to overlook this because they either alrdy invested money into the product, or want to, or hear the good pumps ppl are getting.
Some review I read up on from random ppl at bulknutrition.net for Swole V2 implicating GPA effects:
Last edited by Lich; 07-05-2004 at 11:31 PM.
07-05-2004 08:23 PM
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Homocysteine levels are effected when there isn't methyl donor present and in V-12 there is in the form of Betaine. Please understand what your posting before calling a product dangerous.
Glucocyamine is included for its insulin mimicking abilites and also becuase some people do not repsond to exogenous creatine yet respond to a precursor. This is ALSO why some creatine nonresponders love V-12 because it actually works where monohydrate failed.
As for the more stress on your body, that is simply false and your not taking things into context at all. With your reasoning, excess protein would cause significant calcium excretions and cause excess stress on the kidneys.
07-05-2004 11:29 PM
Im going to step down and stand corrected on this one. Although at the moment im still nuetral with v12 Im going to do some more research and if I get enough good info as u have supplied I may look into it in place of my reg creatine just to see how I re-act.
But as for SwoleV2 GPA can be and to some makes the product "dangerous".
07-06-2004 12:15 AM
Isn't that why swole should be cycled? you don't need to cycle creatine in any form.
Originally Posted by Lich
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