Baylor Study on ArA

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by De__eB View Post
    I'm just responding to your 'cutting out fatty red meat' comment since I consider that a silly thing to do

    The average person consumes barely a few hundred milligrams of ArA in their diet daily. If you're supplementing a couple of grams a day, you're going way above and beyond what's really feasible to eat through diet.

    at 100mg/100g for a relatively fatty cut of beef you'd have to eat 4 and a half pounds of beef to hit 2g/day.
    Gotcha!


  2. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Most hardcore BBers are all about their fish oil, nut butters, and olive oil. Hardcore as in, uneducated
    Paleo, eat like a caveman.

  3. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    My point was that BBers typically have lean cuts of meat (i.e. chicken breast), fat free dairy, etc.
    Yea...everyone I talk to lately eats chicken, fish, turkey, and then only gets their fats from nuts and fish oil.

    Thats the story if Kevinhy's life...i hope he doesnt read this
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by USPlabsRep View Post
    Paleo, eat like a caveman.
    Quote Originally Posted by nattydisaster View Post
    Yea...everyone I talk to lately eats chicken, fish, turkey, and then only gets their fats from nuts and fish oil.

    Thats the story if Kevinhy's life...i hope he doesnt read this
    And people wonder why they don't respond to DAA
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    The above is my own opinion and does not reflect the opinion of PES

  5. Quote Originally Posted by todd muelheim View Post
    I just read over the study (not the abstract) and, with regards to overall body composition improvements, the results do not make much of a case for ArA supplementation. With the high price of the supplement, coupled with the lack of knowledge of the long term effects of supplementation, I'm not sure if the juice is quite worth the squeeze... If this has been addressed already, I'd appreciate it if someone could link me. If not, any comments would be appreciated.
    Give one bottle a try and you'll discount the study. Trust me and 100's of others on this forum...

  6. Quote Originally Posted by bakerwil View Post

    Give one bottle a try and you'll discount the study. Trust me and 100's of others on this forum...
    I plan on running the full 50 days with LCLT and GMS as advised. Scientific studies are only as good as the minds who devised them anyway.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by todd muelheim View Post
    I plan on running the full 50 days with LCLT and GMS as advised. Scientific studies are only as good as the minds who devised them anyway.
    Never discount the real world feedback is my moto....

    Science is only as good as the results it produces EnVivio across a spectrum of consumers...
  

  
 

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