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    Cortisol blocker


    ive narrowed it down to 2 choices, and im having a hard time debating between which one to get. X lean or lean xtreme. ive never tried either of them, and those both seem to get good reviews, and im having trouble deciding which one to get. any opinions would be appreciated.

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    LX 2.0 is much better than X-Lean.

    If youve narrowed it down you should be choosing between LX 2.0 and Retain2.
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    retain2 was also in the back of my head, but the x lean has been very tempting. i think though, that amazing bottle is part of it. it would look extremely good on my counter.
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    Every review I have read on X-lean has been excellent, but it doesn't seem to be getting as much love as it used to. Dunno why, a lot of people seemed to love it, especially at higher doses.

    When I tried Retain2 it was decent at around 5 caps I believe. It kept me relatively lean on an all out bulk.
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    Talking Retain 2!


    Retain 2 would be my personal choice. LX 2.0 is a solid choice as well, but be aware that it contains forskolin and if your taking any other products containing forskolin than you could have some extra trips to the bathroom....the kind where you drop and explode....
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    leanXtreme is great
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    Would lean xtreme be ok for a woman?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gogo View Post
    Would lean xtreme be ok for a woman?
    I would like to say yes
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    Quote Originally Posted by llllern View Post
    I would like to say yes
    Hmmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by gogo View Post
    Would lean xtreme be ok for a woman?
    yes
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    I'd go with Lean Xtreme 2.0, though I enjoyed Retain 2.0 as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by john123131 View Post
    yes
    But not if they are on the pill right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gogo View Post
    But not if they are on the pill right?
    Yeah. There could be an interaction there. Better safe than....REALLY sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by haiz69 View Post
    Yeah. There could be an interaction there. Better safe than....REALLY sorry.
    Yeah no doubt hahaha, my girl has just been under alot of stress lately, and is in well physical shape accept for some tummy fat. So i thought i would look into it for her..
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    My personal preference would be Lean Xtreme. I have neither used Lean Xtreme nor Retain 2, but Lean Xtreme appears to have a more complete formula. Perhaps because I am biased toward the synergy Green Tea Extract and Forskolin would add to the blend. In any case, I have ordered some Lean Xtreme and intend to stack it with Now Relora. We'll see how that goes
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    i love retain 2,its the only cortisol blocker that i've truly seen some significant results from.i've done LX 2.0 and x-lean also and didnt notice anything but obviously it could've been just me and what my body responds to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by strategicmove View Post
    My personal preference would be Lean Xtreme. I have neither used Lean Xtreme nor Retain 2, but Lean Xtreme appears to have a more complete formula. Perhaps because I am biased toward the synergy Green Tea Extract and Forskolin would add to the blend. In any case, I have ordered some Lean Xtreme and intend to stack it with Now Relora. We'll see how that goes
    I'll be starting with the Lean Xtreme and Relora combo in the very near future. I am actually pretty excited to see the benefits of added Relora, when dosed properly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jared View Post
    I'll be starting with the Lean Xtreme and Relora combo in the very near future. I am actually pretty excited to see the benefits of added Relora, when dosed properly.
    I will be running Retain 2 in the near future. Expect a log along with other supps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jared;
    I'll be starting with the Lean Xtreme and Relora combo in the very near future. I am actually pretty excited to see the benefits of added Relora, when dosed properly.
    I think the results would be significant
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    I used the old Retain and was really happy with it. I've yet to try Retain 2, but I would definitely like too. Good luck on whatever you decide!
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