View Poll Results: Which is better for cortisol control?

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Which is better for cortisol control?

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    Which is better for cortisol control?

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    I've never used reduce xt, but I've always been a big fan of lean xtreme, it's always worked great for me.
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    Can't go wrong with either one really.
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    I've only used Lean Xtreme, which is good, but I've heard good things about Reduce XT, as well.
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    Both are effective ,but i prefer Reduce xt because LX seemed to lower my cortisol levels too quickly.....resulting in sore joints

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    Quote Originally Posted by R1balla View Post
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    Cortisol control for what purpose? Your avatar tells me you might be asking for someone who runs a lot. I would guzzle some vitamin c since the anti-oxidant and mild cortisol reduction would be a 1 2 punch for a runner
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    Natty on late and giving fantastic information. I use to take vitamin c for cort control and topical for skin brightening.
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    Runs/wants to stay lean; not looking to gain size.

    Vitamin C at 1-2 grams twice per day?


    Quote Originally Posted by nattydisaster View Post
    Cortisol control for what purpose? Your avatar tells me you might be asking for someone who runs a lot. I would guzzle some vitamin c since the anti-oxidant and mild cortisol reduction would be a 1 2 punch for a runner
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    Mix the vitamin C with some BCAA's. Using C and RPG.good stuff. Also have erase to start Monday
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    Quote Originally Posted by fatburner2007 View Post
    Vitamin C at 1-2 grams twice per day?
    Yah, at least that. I wouldn't be afraid to go even slightly higher.

    It's water soluble, so it's not going to hurt you to take more.
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    So closer to 2grams twice per day ok?

    And any problem going with a tablet form?

    Quote Originally Posted by MakaveliThaDon View Post
    Yah, at least that. I wouldn't be afraid to go even slightly higher.

    It's water soluble, so it's not going to hurt you to take more.
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    virtually the same thing tbh look for the cheaper one
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    I've used them both and have found them to both be similar and effective. I do hear less complaints about sore joints with Reduce XT then LX though.
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    Vitamin c is the best, I stopped pill form after I grew my garden. I have 15 chilly n pepper plants so I get my vitamin c from there now. 2 grams spread out is great, sorry I didn't reply back to you earlier my weekend schedule is hectic and has me out of the office a lot.
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    Could Suppress-C (into Day 3 now), be used along with 2grams of Vitamin C daily for antioxidant benefits? Then once I finish Suppress-C, just continue with the 2gram dosage of Vitamin C?

    Quote Originally Posted by WhatsaRoid? View Post
    Vitamin c is the best, I stopped pill form after I grew my garden. I have 15 chilly n pepper plants so I get my vitamin c from there now. 2 grams spread out is great, sorry I didn't reply back to you earlier my weekend schedule is hectic and has me out of the office a lot.
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    i prefer 3g's of vitamin c a day....2g's when i wake up, 1g after workout....like to space the vitamin c around the time when cortisol is highest
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    Don't expect any miracles from the vitamin C. For maintaining body fat Lean Xtreme has all the components you need.
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    Reduce XT and Lean Xtreme are both great products.

    I agree with Robboe about not expecting any miracles from the Vitamin C.
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    Miracles? From what others have noted, Vitamin C can serve the same purpose?


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