Any issue with storing supplements in a cold area?

  1. Any issue with storing supplements in a cold area?


    I have a non-insulated room in my house that I use for storage that gets pretty damn cold in the winter. Feels almost like a fridge.

    I keep all my supplements in there and was wondering if there is any issue having them at that cold of a temperature?

    I'm assuming for something like Whey powder it shouldn't be an issue.
    But I have other stuff like TTA, Lean Xtreme, DCP, various Carnitines, Bioforge, Fish oil, Triazole, X Factor, and a couple of other things.

    Any of you see a problem for the above?
    Some of those are kinda pricey so I would hate for any of the ingredients to be negatively affected.

    Thanks


  2. The stuff like fish oil will likely solidify, but I do not see any issues with storing it there unless you got moisture in there and it started to freeze the caps together.

  3. Quote Originally Posted by mpaquett View Post
    The stuff like fish oil will likely solidify, but I do not see any issues with storing it there unless you got moisture in there and it started to freeze the caps together.
    Thanks.
    But I assume after bringing them back to room temperature, everything should be fine.

    Anyone else on any of the other supplements?
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by doggy_dog View Post
    I have a non-insulated room in my house that I use for storage that gets pretty damn cold in the winter. Feels almost like a fridge.

    I keep all my supplements in there and was wondering if there is any issue having them at that cold of a temperature?

    I'm assuming for something like Whey powder it shouldn't be an issue.
    But I have other stuff like TTA, Lean Xtreme, DCP, various Carnitines, Bioforge, Fish oil, Triazole, X Factor, and a couple of other things.

    Any of you see a problem for the above?
    Some of those are kinda pricey so I would hate for any of the ingredients to be negatively affected.

    Thanks
    Make sure they are sealed tight and let them warm up before opening to ensure no incidental condensation forms inside. Something like Bioforge that does not have a tight lid will need to be kept away from the moisture associated with these temps in a non-insulated room.

  5. ^ Sounds good.

    Typically what I do is store them in this cold room while sealed and when it's time to start consuming I move them to my kitchen (for easier access) where it's a more regular room temperature.
  

  
 

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