has anyone herd of these supplements? Do you know if they are safe, and is if-2 a steroid?
You sit tight kind sir.... all the info on these supplements will be coming your way in the very near future. (wink)
The company, Applied Nutriceuticals, has a website that is full of info on their products, complete with labels, and condensed and technical writeups.
Short answer: The products are safe. is a CEE product, and is an herbal supplement... nothing illegal there: Quality supplement, quality ingredient profile.
(Trying to walk the line Bobo... no links or anything...)
sorry for asking so many questions...but is there any side effects? Is it legal for highschool sports?
No need to apologize man.
The ingredients in both products you mentioned, as well as the rest of the line, are completely safe for use, with none of the bad sides that come along with PH's, Steroids, etc.
To say that there are no side effects at all would misleading though. A supplement manufacturer would be reeeeally going out on a limb to make a flat out statement like there are no side effects.
Examples of some side effects would be increased increased oiliness from the boost in test, possibly some zits resulting from the piliness. But these are side effects you will see with any testosterone boosting supplement.
With that being said, I guess I should ask your age? The high school comment was a giveaway.
These products are completely LEGAL for use by people in high school, however, your specific school may have regulations on supplement use of any kind. It'd be a good idea to check with a coach on this. Most supplements (other than proteins, etc.) carry a warning that they are not for use by people under 21 or 18. This is due to the fact that your body is already accomplishing enough on it's own.
Also, of course it's always a good idea to check with your medical care provider before beginning use of any supplement regimen. If you have more in-depth questions, google the company and see what you can find.
since I'm only 17 will the igf-2 mess with my body??
"Mess with your body" sounds so negative.............Originally Posted by patc12303
At your age, your main focus should be food, sleep, maybe a multivitamin and some protein. A creatine product maybe.
The IGF-2 isn't necessarily needed right now, as your body should be running full speed on it's own. Save the Test boosters for a few more years down the road. For now, focus on fundamentals: Learn as much as you can, eat well, get started on true weightlifting.
This will sound like someone talking down... but it is simply the truth man. You can probably find someone that will say, "Hey take this (fill in the blank)..... it'll get you going fast! That guy on AM.com doesn't know what he's talking about". But keep in mind, anyone worth their weight won't be recommending their test boosting type products to a 17 year old.
ok thanks for all the advice. I will be going with kre alkalyn pills,animal pack for multi vitamin,protein,and is there anything else necessary?
Some EFA's wouldn't hurt you either. Good for anyone's health.
As for creatine... if you're going to give it a go, the NeoVar will most likely outperform Kre-Alkalyn.
Do you have a sn?
Pardon my igorance here.... sn stands for?
screen name.. aol instant messanger
I was wondering if you could help me create a bulking diet.
Easier said than done my friend.... to do it right would be a big commitment.
Do some searching for Beverly International. When you find their site, there are tons of articles there detailing diets, etc. they have constructed for others. A valuable resource.
Applied Nutriceuticals also has some articles of value on their site. Hope this helps you out.
Thanks... I found the site,but I just need someone to help me create a plan because I want to be deicated to this
Look like very good products from a well researched up and coming company.
I will be testing these two starting from next week.
IGF-2 30 days.
Neovar 14 days.
I will put a review on here but my Log will be on another Forum.
I do not wish to cause trouble, but may I pose a question about the product? The actual profile looks sick, but it seems redundant to combine a HGH and Insulin formula within the same product. As I see it, lowering serum glucose levels before sleep would cause the Liver to release glycogen once REM is induced. As I understand it, this would induce gluconeogenesis, which is not the greatest state to be in. Once again, I think this could be an amazing product, just wondering on the dose and timing..
Mullet, no trouble caused.Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier
Please bear with me as I type this without checking any references.........
I assume you're referring to the IGF-2: but which specific ingredients?
Edit: LMAO to the quote in your sig
On the website it doesn't say to dose at bedtime, rather morning, afternoon, and evening. Maybe before sleep wasn't how it's recommended to be taken I don't know. On the flip side, taking it at night would produce gluconeagenesis in the liver but also facilitate Ketosis, which if your low carbing would be a benefit.
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I asked the owner of AN this question and here is what he replied:Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier
I'm not really understanding what you are trying to ask- but here is what I can tell you:
1. IGF-2 is not a GH and insulin product- it promotes GH release, along with testosterone enhancement and a cortisol-lowering effect in a synergistic manner.
2. IGF-2 raises GH levels prior/during the first part of sleep, resulting in higher blood glucose levels, not lower- thus preserving the amino acid pool during the "nutritional dead time" of sleep- this has an actual muscle-sparing effect.
3. The night-time dose is meant to be taken on an empty stomach 30 minutes before bed time.
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