Good energy supplement for women

  1. Good energy supplement for women


    Since starting a high protein diet (six meals with 40p-30c-30f ratios) I have found that my energy level is very low. I am at a point where ten minutes after I wake up from at least eight hours of sleep that I could easily fall asleep again. This feeling lasts all day and makes it difficult to get through my workouts and just about everything else. I am currently taking a good multi vitamin, b complex, and redline princess prior to workouts; however, none of this is working for me. I am curious if there is anything I could take in place of the Redine as I am seeing no real results and the tolerance I have built up for it could exceed the daily warning of two cans. I do not neccessarily want a fat burner, just something that will give me energy so I can at least make it throughout my workouts. Any suggestion(s) would be greatly appreciated...


  2. Quote Originally Posted by Siciliana 1 View Post
    Since starting a high protein diet (six meals with 40p-30c-30f ratios) I have found that my energy level is very low. I am at a point where ten minutes after I wake up from at least eight hours of sleep that I could easily fall asleep again. This feeling lasts all day and makes it difficult to get through my workouts and just about everything else. I am currently taking a good multi vitamin, b complex, and redline princess prior to workouts; however, none of this is working for me. I am curious if there is anything I could take in place of the Redine as I am seeing no real results and the tolerance I have built up for it could exceed the daily warning of two cans. I do not neccessarily want a fat burner, just something that will give me energy so I can at least make it throughout my workouts. Any suggestion(s) would be greatly appreciated...
    RPM. you might want to add in more carbs or find a reason for the low levels of energy however. I usually feel low on energy if I dont eat enough carbs or consume enough calories for the day.

  3. Quote Originally Posted by Cellardude View Post
    RPM.
    X2..
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  4. I have my girlfriend take 3g l-tyrosine 1.5g alcar 1 now foods250mg dmae cap and 2 now foods Choline & Inositol 1 hour preworkout and she loves it. She has been taking that for over 3 months and she notices on days she does not take.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by Maverick60 View Post
    X2..
    X3.

    Really is an amazing product. Sustained energy, crashless.

  6. Thanks everyone, Donk I looked at all of the products you listed I think I may give it a try, I dont know what X2 or X3 is, so could you guys please enlighten me...Thanks again for taking the time to respond!!!

  7. Quote Originally Posted by Siciliana 1 View Post
    Thanks everyone, Donk I looked at all of the products you listed I think I may give it a try, I dont know what X2 or X3 is, so could you guys please enlighten me...Thanks again for taking the time to respond!!!

    They were both just agreeing with the RPM suggestion. I agree as well, RPM would be a good choice.

  8. Actually, I think Lipotrpoin AM would be better suited for a women, seing how RPM can lower estrogen levels. Just my 3 cents.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by Siciliana 1 View Post
    Thanks everyone, Donk I looked at all of the products you listed I think I may give it a try, I dont know what X2 or X3 is, so could you guys please enlighten me...Thanks again for taking the time to respond!!!
    Multiplication of a good suggestion. Go back to algebra, idiot.



    (not serious)

  10. Quote Originally Posted by TheMyth View Post
    Actually, I think Lipotrpoin AM would be better suited for a women, seing how RPM can lower estrogen levels. Just my 3 cents.
    Better suited for a woman, but is it going to kick as much asss as RPM?
  

  
 

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