DAA: SNS vs. Synthetic Supplements

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    DAA: SNS vs. Synthetic Supplements


    SNS is sodium and has the 6-week supply in a $20 bottle so I can start two weeks of DAA then still have a whole month left so the DAA runs out at the same time as whatever AI I start running two weeks in... also, it's sodium, which, apparently makes a difference that I don't understand. BUT. The AI I was thinking about running was Erase Pro, costing $55, and with the Platinum Synergy Stack, it's like getting free DAA. SS' DAA is also only $10. So for $65 I can run two weeks of DAA, a month of DAA and EP together, and have 2 weeks of DAA left for the next run... BUT it's not sodium, which, again, apparently makes a difference... anyone want to weigh in on the two categories of quality and value? Thaaaaaank you.

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    Never had a chance to use Synthetic Supplements yet, but used SNS numerous times because every single time it worked for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Domenic
    SNS is sodium and has the 6-week supply in a $20 bottle so I can start two weeks of DAA then still have a whole month left so the DAA runs out at the same time as whatever AI I start running two weeks in... also, it's sodium, which, apparently makes a difference that I don't understand. BUT. The AI I was thinking about running was Erase Pro, costing $55, and with the Platinum Synergy Stack, it's like getting free DAA. SS' DAA is also only $10. So for $65 I can run two weeks of DAA, a month of DAA and EP together, and have 2 weeks of DAA left for the next run... BUT it's not sodium, which, again, apparently makes a difference... anyone want to weigh in on the two categories of quality and value? Thaaaaaank you.
    The sodium daa is the type of daa used in the studies that have demonstrated to increase testosterone in men. FYI, I have used non sodium daa and found it very helpful in raising t, at least I had all the symptoms that indicated an increase- ran it twelve days on and 4 days off over 8weeks. For the price you're doing okay. I've run a similar test strategy and it worked well.
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    I think SNS DAA + PES Erase would be the best bang for your buck. Sodium-DAA improves solubility/distribution.
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    TCF 1 or SNS IMO
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    I just finished my SNS DAA run and it was great. It was my first time using DAA so I can't say it is better than any other brand, but I can say it works and gives noticeable results. Very nice strength gains which are my primary goal right now. Combined with ZMA before bed I slept really good too, not sure if the DAA had part in that or not, but I have taken ZMA solo and it seemed to be kicked up half a notch with the DAA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PuZo
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    Quote Originally Posted by boogyman View Post
    I just finished my SNS DAA run and it was great. It was my first time using DAA so I can't say it is better than any other brand, but I can say it works and gives noticeable results. Very nice strength gains which are my primary goal right now. Combined with ZMA before bed I slept really good too, not sure if the DAA had part in that or not, but I have taken ZMA solo and it seemed to be kicked up half a notch with the DAA.
    Can't go wrong with either....Just a matter if you want the extra sodium in your diet...
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    I wouldnt buy bulk from another brand
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    Sodium-D-aspartic acid at the recommended dose is about 400mg sodium. We werent comfortable adding that amount of sodium to ones diet, and the marginally increased solubility of the ingredient doesn't exactly seem worthwhile when you're ingesting more DAA from SS anyway.
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    I thought athletes were supposed to have a lot of sodium in their diets. I'm so confused. I cut out hot sauce then read that people who exercise intensely should have a LOT of sodium so I DOUBLED my hot sauce intake and now I'm REALLY f*cked! Sodium is bad again?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Domenic View Post
    I thought athletes were supposed to have a lot of sodium in their diets. I'm so confused. I cut out hot sauce then read that people who exercise intensely should have a LOT of sodium so I DOUBLED my hot sauce intake and now I'm REALLY f*cked! Sodium is bad again?
    No, you're fine. Just watch your blood pressure.
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    Just finished a bottle of Synthetic Supplements DAA and loved it. It was the first DAA that did not destroy my stomach. I actually ran it with Erase Pro and had phenominal results. I have not used SNS DAA so I can't comment on the sodium issue. Either way you will be getting top notch quality from both companies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Domenic View Post
    I thought athletes were supposed to have a lot of sodium in their diets. I'm so confused. I cut out hot sauce then read that people who exercise intensely should have a LOT of sodium so I DOUBLED my hot sauce intake and now I'm REALLY f*cked! Sodium is bad again?
    It can just pose a blood pressure risk for some people. Guys use DAA after coming off anabolics cycles, which almost always elevate blood pressure. We didnt want to exacerbate this risk by throwing in 400mg of sodium to our product.

    Quote Originally Posted by Clemenza View Post
    Just finished a bottle of Synthetic Supplements DAA and loved it. It was the first DAA that did not destroy my stomach. I actually ran it with Erase Pro and had phenominal results. I have not used SNS DAA so I can't comment on the sodium issue. Either way you will be getting top notch quality from both companies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Domenic View Post
    I thought athletes were supposed to have a lot of sodium in their diets. I'm so confused. I cut out hot sauce then read that people who exercise intensely should have a LOT of sodium so I DOUBLED my hot sauce intake and now I'm REALLY f*cked! Sodium is bad again?
    Don't worry about the sodium in Na-DAA, or sodium period, unless you have chronic hypertension. It provides a benefit, not a detriment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Don't worry about the sodium in Na-DAA, or sodium period, unless you have chronic hypertension. It provides a benefit, not a detriment.
    ^^this^^ People are overly obsessed with sodium intake. Sodium isn't a worry unless you are older and genetically predisposed to hypertension or other problems.
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    If you already are aware of your sodium intake, fitting in 400mg is not hard at all.

    If not, I wouldn't even worry as you probably would never know the difference. Unless like cooper said, you suffer chronic high blood pressure.
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    You can either have the ingredient work, or have less sodium when your sodium intake doesn't matter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by D3Baseball View Post
    You can either have the ingredient work, or have less sodium when your sodium intake doesn't matter.
    For what its worth, NP DAA is not sodium DAA and its very popular and effective.
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    Reminds me of that one real popular ingredient...arginine. Or was it glutamine? Wait, this industry is full of "popular and effective ingredients"
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    Quote Originally Posted by D3Baseball View Post
    Reminds me of that one real popular ingredient...arginine. Or was it glutamine? Wait, this industry is full of "popular and effective ingredients"
    Do i detect a bit of condescension?

    It's my opinion that DAA is just as effective as sodium-daa, if yours is different then thats fine. I'm simply using NPs bulk DAA powder as an example.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinhy

    Do i detect a bit of condescension?

    It's my opinion that DAA is just as effective as sodium-daa, if yours is different then thats fine. I'm simply using NPs bulk DAA powder as an example.
    Perhaps I'm just feeling a bit sassy today.
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    As has been stated, the sodium version offered by SNS has the previously stated benefits so it comes down to price point and personal preference. I think SNS is very competitive with their pricing, especially when taking the quality into account. This leads to whether the increased benefits from the sodium version are appealing enough to you.
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    I suspect regular DAA works fine, and perhaps at higher doses (although with increased potential for GI distress). DAA in salt form has much higher (not just "a little" higher) solubility and thus likely bioavailability.
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