Looking to go fully natty......

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  1. Originally posted by Jergo
    JB, thats sux bro. So your basically saying that since you didn't really eat much directly after you dosed your R-ALA, your body went into Hypo?

    And that combined with the gear you were using increases insulin even more, right?

    So, why not just use gear w/o the R-ALA since your body seems like it is ultra sensitive to low blood sugar. Am I way off here or somewhat close? I'm not suggesting anything of course, but as a general statement, one could do it that way couldn't he?
    basically if i went under 20 on my blood sugar level the doctor said i was as good as dead. He said i was lucky i didn't go into a coma. My life isn't worth a few lbs of muscle. Plus for all i know this may not even have been the cause, i don't know EXACTLY what caused it all i know is any time i use PH's or roids somewhere down the cycle i start feeling dizzy, light headed and everything starts spinning, i feel it's in my best interest just to stay away.

  2. I feel you on that man.....good move. I have a family history (somewhat) of diabetes that I actually just found out about, just another incentive for me to quit as well.

  3. -Sports ONE GP2 Glutamine Peptides
    -VPX Methoxygen
    -SAN Loaded (post workout)
    -CLA (Tonalin/Thinfat VPX)

  4. and please dont buy straight zma.. just go to the store and buy the ingredients separately.. youll save sooo much money.. you prolly already know that though.

  5. Originally posted by LakeMountD
    and please dont buy straight zma.. just go to the store and buy the ingredients separately.. youll save sooo much money.. you prolly already know that though.
    no i did not, thank you

    Heh, got my zinc right here!

  6. It took a while, but last spring I found both zinc and magnesium without calcium. I'm using Source Naturals Opti-Zinc and Twinlab's Magnesium.

    Never found the B6 calcium free and I can't sleep after taking a combo b vitamin so I've given up on the B6.


  7. You should get an electronic blood glucose monitor while you're picking up all these supps.

  8. Originally posted by ex_banana-eater
    You should get an electronic blood glucose monitor while you're picking up all these supps.
    Are you talkin' about the ones that prick your finger; the ones that diabetics use now? How much they go for?

    I picked up a digital blood pressure monitor for like 30 bucks before, it works pretty good. I just had to buy a bogger sleeve for it. I'd reccomend everyone get one of those to.

  9. Theyre under 50$ from my understanding.

    Example prices: http://www.zooscape.com/cgi-bin/mait...n/questc100492

  10. thx bro, looks descent, might pick one up.

  11. your doc can give you one free. i considered it, but figured there wasn't any need, since i know EXACTLY how i feel when my blood sugar gets low, and it's always when i'm on PH/roids.

  12. I did go to the convenient store and pick up some glucose pills, i keep some in a little pill thing i have in my pocket, and another few in my backpack. This way if i go somewhere and start feeling light headed or anything i can pop a pill or two just to be safe. But it's been two months and i have not felt anything like that =)

  13. Originally posted by John Benz

    Like I said, liver tabs cannot replace BCAA's. They may replace the B-complex tabs, but there is only a fraction of the minerals provided by a ZMA supp, and the vitamins provided are nowhere near as complete nor as balanced as what is provided in a good multi-vitamin. Same with aminos. Whether using complete amino acid complex tabs or simply BCAA's, the absorption rate of liver is far slower and can in no way be compared to Branched Chain Aminos in the form of casein hydrosylates. When these Branched Chain Aminos are needed quickly, as in preventing tissue breakdown throughout the workout, liver tabs can't get the job done.

    Comparing the two is like comparing apples and oranges. Dessicated liver can be used by anyone and should be taken as a food supplement with every meal, for strength, endurance and other benefits.

    BCAA are very expensive, and the only time the cost justifies the rewards is immediately prior to, and all throughout the workout to prevent catabolism at this crucial time. If you goof around in the gym and your workouts are not truly intense, they are a waste of money. But for the serious trainer, BCAA's and dessicated liver are the 2 most essential training aids available, more important than either creatine or glutamine in adding permament lean-mass gains. And remember, I am a big Glutamine fan.
    John I think im in love with you.

    In a non-gay way of course.

  14. Originally posted by jetrob
    Dont take muscle milk before bed- I just dont trust how much carbs is in that stuff tastes to good

    Originally posted by jetrob
    San Infusion is a good nighttime protien also just the taste gets old before u use up the jug
    SAN Infusion is similar to Muscle Milk, yet you mention not using MM before bed?


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