Excited to give this a try regardless of the back and forth in this thread. If you guys really are patenting it, you must have a significant amount of confidence in it so let's see what it can do!
Gotta love the controversy over innovation!
Every great product starts this way. I remember when everyone said Erase wasn't going to be good because of this theory and that theory. Now all those guys take Erase
I followed about 8-10 logs, didn't have time for the 200 that beta-tested. All if them seemed very positive and also consistent with each other, which lead me to believe there was something special going on.
I've been taking AnaBeta every day...excited to add Versa to continue my lean(ish) bulk!
Trace Amine Associated Receptor (TAAR)
The compound may interact with a relatively new and novel receptor type, called the Trace Amine Associated Receptor or TAAR, for short. There are animal model data showing that agonists at this receptor may promote vigilance/wakefulness and improve cognition, all without having the classic, "CNS stimulant" effect...(5).In fact, some of the most potent CNS stimulants on the planet actually have activity at this receptor, however, they also have their limitations. Yet, this compound may have activity at this receptor, while lacking those specific limitations...If this weren't enough, compounds with activity at the TAAR, have also shown a possible trend for reduced fat mass in animal models, though, the results were not statistically significant...
Yea I was wondering where dude went myself.Originally Posted by mr.cooper69
I agree that most the logs I followed were very positive and seemed to show good results. I do enjoy a good debate though.Originally Posted by nattydisaster
Anabeta/versa does sound appealing.
How about everyone just order some for the sick price and the let the product speak..
Yes, the placebo effect is a strong one but when several logs post very similar results without even a clue as too what they might expect from the product, then I highly doubt the placebo is in play.
You must consider that their are a variety of different supplements that ellicit very different physiological effects and so when PA was released to the Alpha testers, that product could have mimicked any one of the categories of supplements. I.e. Test booster, AI, Insulin mimicker etc. etc. and so any placebo that a user would have felt would be in line with what they believed/ hoped or anticipated the product would deliver (increased hunger, appitite suppression etc.) but instead they all reported similar findings.
This would require far too much coincidence for all alphas (not just in this board either, but users from other forums as well) to anticipate the same response.
It’s hard for people to look at things objectively in ourindustry and understandably so. We expected a small backlash from the usualsuspects (we wanted that as it only helps discussion and growth of the product) and we hoped that the consumers would then weigh the feedback on theproduct objectively and that would win out...that seems to be happening..