Will SlinTensity give you back pumps? I just took a cap 30 minutes ago, ate and now my back is so pumped... Like painful. I haven't experienced this the other three times i've used it but I was taking it with an MRP and not whole food. I took in 20g's fast carbs and 60g's of slow carbs so I know I ate enough. The funny thing is usually I feel full afterwards but I feel like I could go eat more.
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I just purchased a bottle of both Slintensity and Slin-Sane V2. I'll save the Slintensity for my next cut.
The term "nutrient partitioning" needs to be clarified. Did he refer to it as a GDA, or a true nutrient partitioner (preferentially sends glucose to muscle over fat cells)?
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I was going to say that it is not a GDA, but Jake's article shows that it may have some influence on insulin. Truly amazing stuff it it does what some of these studies suggest. The downfall is poor bioavailability.
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I'm gonna take 1 slintensity and 1 slin sane v1 pre lunch tomorrow and see how that goes. Then for dinner i'm gonna try 2 slintensitys before dinner. I'll report back tomorrow.
I stacked SlinTensity with Slin Sane V2 last night before workout. I think I am going to try it again tonight.
When you say pre workout do you mean pre workout meal or pre workout on a empty stomach?Originally Posted by BigGame84
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When using Slintensity or GDA's in general should you keep your fats low? and sugar intake low? The only sugar in my diet comes from fruits. Fat comes from coconut oil.
Also, fructose is not the best source of carbohydrate. One or two pieces of whole fruit should be fine, but complex carbs and dextrose are better. I'd keep total fructose under 50 grams -- keep in mind that one half of regular sugar will break down into fructose.Originally Posted by Jorsn