edit: I know adrenal fatigue results in low cortisol levels (hence why im looking to get IsoCort rx) but will I get "fatter" using this? I have a squeaky clean diet as it is, but hormones can affect this.. Thanks
ALCAR 1g, Agmatine 1g, Citrulline Malate 4g, Beta Alanine/Creatine 3g/3g GMS 6g; Gplc at 3-4 grams and Leucine or amino complex, nootropics too!
Ageforce rep, Lets patch up those mistakes and stop going oral.
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Cell receptors bro. Thy body wants thou homeostasis! Look up adenosine and caffeine. It is fascinating.Originally Posted by mcc23
A lot of people will say that they love milk, but not many will admit that they are "in love" with milk.
Edit: I can start a new thread about AF, as it kind of deviates from the initial thread topic..but I don't think anyone really cares lol
I am not dismissing your anecdotal experience.
Let me ask you - you are 5'11" tall and 160lbs? That is quite thin even if you are very very lean. In the event that you are very very lean your leptin and other brain/body physiology can casue those symptoms. In the event that you are not very lean than that is very skinny.
How is your diet? Macros? EFA? When is the last time you over-ate and or ate in surplus (with lots of complex carbs) for extended periods?
Lots of other factor can produce the symptoms you are experiencing.