Have GDA s a place on a low carb diet?
- 03-16-2013, 09:20 AM
Have GDA s a place on a low carb diet?
Just curious if this would be a waste of cash taking a GDA whilest carbs are low.
In terms of figures , as an example say 50 gms at breakfast (oats) , 25 prior to workout and 25 post followed by carbs in a evening meal , perhaps a sweet potatoe of 50 gms -total 150
- 03-16-2013, 09:29 AM
I highly recommend . I've used as well but have recently found that slinshot pill is good for only about 30-35 carbs where AP is good for up to 70g carbs thus making it cheaper in the end :-) It is also active for 4 hours. Ive tried but experienced pretty bad GI issues when dosed around carbs. Whether cutting or bulking I believe a good GDA is a must.Independent
- 03-16-2013, 11:50 AM
Well, let's ask this...what is your training schedule and meal timing? Where do carbs fit in to those meals? Bean5er put together a solid recommendation but, I ask these questions to see if we can further utilize the potential of Anabolic Pump. Say for instance you are waking and doing fasted cardio and or training in a fasted state. This would be another good time to utilize Anabolic Pump supplementation. Supplementing with Anabolic Pump before training in a fasted state (in short) will help with maximizing fat oxidation.Jimmy Robinson
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And to answer op's original question I'm carb cycling and my low days are around 100g and high days are around 300g of carbs
03-16-2013, 08:50 PM
what effects are you guys having? i have about 200g carbs per meal...how much would this help
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03-17-2013, 12:59 PM
Nope, not at all IMO. I've used r-ala and anabolic pump both on low carbs and truly enjoyed it.
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03-17-2013, 09:19 PM
Considering your totals and timing, you could use one prior to breakfast or dinner, and pre-workout.
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03-21-2013, 01:10 AM
I know this is a supplement oriented Forum/Community but are GDA's worthless?
I ask just because being around some Other more Darker Communities apparently they are worthless.
I know here supplements rule the earth and increase hgh and testosterone, and control and manipulate insulin but looking around other Forums but are we wrong? Are all these Studies on Herbs increasing test and GH is all a bunch of bologna.
Maybe the only real effects are from medications and proven real world things AAS, Insulin, and HGH? IDK
IDK im shattered cus i used to be a Supplement Guy myself but now i question all those dollars washed away.
The difference between who you are and who you want to be is what you do.
03-21-2013, 01:15 AM
my question is this. If one of the MOA's is to stop carb uptake (i.e. Gymnemic acid), why would that be useful on a low carb diet or dieting, where every carb matters for performance, fullness, etc? I can see why for a cheatmeal it could be some kind of damage control, but for dieting?
This is actually one of my issues with GCBE which does something similar to fats from what I understand.
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