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Sorry, 2-4 per day.
 
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This is on the way...if you are unaware, Speculaas are like a butter / gingerbread cookie made here in Belgium and are very popular. You may see them also called Speculoos or possibly Biscoff. They are a bit different than a normal gingerbread cookie though, less spice, and sweeter. If they got this protein flavor to taste like it, it could be amazing.
 
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This is on the way...if you are unaware, Speculaas are like a butter / gingerbread cookie made here in Belgium and are very popular. You may see them also called Speculoos or possibly Biscoff. They are a bit different than a normal gingerbread cookie though, less spice, and sweeter. If they got this protein flavor to taste like it, it could be amazing.
If they nail that flavor it would be the only thing I’d eat!
 
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Oh my bad, I meant how man Diest test pro cycle do you take per day? Says anywhere from 4-8 I think 8 is too much.
6 on lifting days and 4 on just running days...sundays are usually my rest and family day other than maybe a light run if i get up early enough, and that is the day when i don't dose at all.
 

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6 on lifting days and 4 on just running days...sundays are usually my rest and family day other than maybe a light run if i get up early enough, and that is the day when i don't dose at all.
Ok cool and thanks man.
 
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So far I really like it!!
i've been using different versions of DTP since it 1st came out in 2009, it's been awhile since i used it but i always seem to come back to it....besides it being a top notch test booster @Chuck Diesel is a cool guy and a veteran!!!

happy veterans day in advance chuck!!!
 
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happy veterans day!!!

remember iconic formulations and iron legion offer discounts to active duty and veterans!!!!
 
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you and chuck have been good to me over the years!!!
I believe that goes both ways, we all need to be kind to each other! Life Is Good!!
 
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Haha sure do but i will say sometimes they Arent soft and seem smaller condensed.

Big fan of the almond butter flavors
Interesting ?????????
 
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Redcon1 always has a deal going of some sort, but this one was crazy good. Got the Total War Vice City and Redcon1 hoodie for free. Love the other hoodie I have from them from their valentine's day sale, but add this one to the rotation!

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is there any real difference between the two?
Identical products .

Keto Lytes HP <=> Rehydralyte.

Same products different label.

Doesnt corner us to just the keto crowd. Many athletes and MMA guys and girls/gyms use and love the product but they don't often buy things with "Keto" on the label.

A few local gyms, supp shops and MMA/crossfit gyms carry it.

These are currently mostly distributed on the local level not online. Though we do keep some in stock online but hardly any. Maybe only 250 at a time. Mostly to just see how it sells with zero marketing
 
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Identical products .

Keto Lytes HP Rehydralyte.

Same products different label.

Doesnt corner us to just the keto crowd. Many athletes and MMA guys and girls/gyms use and love the product but they don't often buy things with "Keto" on the label.

A few local gyms, supp shops and MMA/crossfit gyms carry it.

These are currently mostly distributed on the local level not online. Though we do keep some in stock online but hardly any. Maybe only 250 at a time. Mostly to just see how it sells with zero marketing
thank you for the explanation. i was a little perplexed when seeing them both on the website. :)
 
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If you are looking for suggestions get the banana raspberry stevia it is GOAT!
thanks for the recommendation. i don’t do keto, but do go long periods without eating during the week. just don’t know if there’s benefit in dropping the cash for this expensive product.
 
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thanks for the recommendation. i don’t do keto, but do go long periods without eating during the week. just don’t know if there’s benefit in dropping the cash for this expensive product.
Its an electrolyte powder/hydration complex.
Keto or not anyone can use it.
Just because it comes from KetoShop doesn't mean you have to follow a keto lifestyle.
Same with Glucasatrol (anyone can use it) his immune products, whey, isolate etc.
 

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Its an electrolyte powder/hydration complex.
Keto or not anyone can use it.
Just because it comes from KetoShop doesn't mean you have to follow a keto lifestyle.
Same with Glucasatrol (anyone can use it) his immune products, whey, isolate etc.
Exactly, KetoShop has numerous excellent products many of which benefit anyone regardless of diet choice.
 
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well, i understood i could take it. i just didn’t know if i would see any benefit.
 
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well, i understood i could take it. i just didn’t know if i would see any benefit.
You basically need to look at whether your hydration needs are being sufficiently met. Is your diet and/or current electrolyte supplementation protocol meeting your performance needs?

For years I didn’t understand the importance of electrolytes. They are the cornerstone of optimal performance - most of the muscle is water! They were a game changer for my training.

If you are eating lower carbs, training intensely and/or for long periods, or not salting your food and paying attention to your potassium intake you may find a tasty electrolyte powder useful. Adding plain salt or potassium to your water or food in large amounts can really taste nasty.
 
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Idk, but outright bars just look like a cliff bar to me....
 
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I just got Glaxon Plasma Surge V2 at 30% off . First time trying glaxon and first time trying a stim free pre
 
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I just got Glaxon Plasma Surge V2 at 30% off . First time trying glaxon and first time trying a stim free pre
Formula is interesting. Lmk how it treats you
 

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You basically need to look at whether your hydration needs are being sufficiently met. Is your diet and/or current electrolyte supplementation protocol meeting your performance needs?

For years I didn’t understand the importance of electrolytes. They are the cornerstone of optimal performance - most of the muscle is water! They were a game changer for my training.

If you are eating lower carbs, training intensely and/or for long periods, or not salting your food and paying attention to your potassium intake you may find a tasty electrolyte powder useful. Adding plain salt or potassium to your water or food in large amounts can really taste nasty.
I've also been finding it helping in overall recovery, decreased inflammation.. With the Ketolytes in particular its an extremely well dosed and potent stack.
 
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I've also been finding it helping in overall recovery, decreased inflammation.. With the Ketolytes in particular its an extremely well dosed and potent stack.
what about water retention and overall looking puffy. salt tends to do that to me. noticing any of that?
 
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what about water retention and overall looking puffy. salt tends to do that to me. noticing any of that?
Quite the opposite and you will love the pump in the gym when taken preworkout.
 

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I think you are really not looking at what the product is, or what the product does, but instead shooting conclusions before giving this a try.
Agreed and just not understanding anything beyond "salt" or "keto" as that's the only points being referenced. Completely missing the point of this supplement.
 
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Agreed and just not understanding anything beyond "salt" or "keto" as that's the only points being referenced. Completely missing the point of this supplement.
let’s not get “high and mighty” boys. the sh!t is expensive. and, if it’s hyped gatorade then guess what....

why is my question so absurd? is there not a ton of fckng salt in it? i was simply seeking out some user experience, which was provided and very much appreciated.

i’m sure i’m not the only one wondering the same things. so, let’s not bust my balls too hard fellas. dqmn.
 
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let’s not get “high and mighty” boys. the sh!t is expensive. and, if it’s hyped gatorade then guess what....

why is my question so absurd? is there not a ton of fckng salt in it? i was simply seeking out some user experience, which was provided and very much appreciated.

i’m sure i’m not the only one wondering the same things. so, let’s not bust my balls too hard fellas. dqmn.
I have never used this stuff. So I am not pimping anything. But I can tell you Gatorade absolutely sucks from an electrolyte perspective. And I can tell you that you cannot put grams of salt and especially a solid dose of granulated potassium into just 32oz of Gatorade or EAAs and have it taste decent at all. I have tried. So if this product can successfully flavor such a large amount of electrolytes in a moderate amount of water, THAT is why it would be worth the money. Most products just don’t pull that off.
 
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I have never used this stuff. So I am not pimping anything. But I can tell you Gatorade absolutely sucks from an electrolyte perspective. And I can tell you that you cannot put grams of salt and especially a solid dose of granulated potassium into just 32oz of Gatorade or EAAs and have it taste decent at all. I have tried. So if this product can successfully flavor such a large amount of electrolytes in a moderate amount of water, THAT is why it would be worth the money. Most products just don’t pull that off.
Easily one of the best tasting products I have used. Hence why I continually buy 4-6 tubs at a time over and over and over and over again. You guys are really shooting something down without every giving it a whirl. You can't always judge a book by its cover. When his sample packets are back in stock I suggest picking it up and giving it a shot. I’ve tried almost all the flavors and while I enjoy the regular ones over the stevia ones I know @_Endure_ is a big fan. I think @ndiguy podted a review on them recently too which he enjoyed.

@DieselNY when will the ketolytes samples be back ??
 
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Sounds like it would be worth a try !!
 
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let’s not get “high and mighty” boys. the sh!t is expensive. and, if it’s hyped gatorade then guess what....

why is my question so absurd? is there not a ton of fckng salt in it? i was simply seeking out some user experience, which was provided and very much appreciated.

i’m sure i’m not the only one wondering the same things. so, let’s not bust my balls too hard fellas. dqmn.
It's actually not expensive and it's the most bang for your buck electrolyte product available. It's priced based on the market and its priced way lower than it should be.

Case in point; take a look at the price of Ultima which is one of the most popular ones out there. Gatorade is also popular but sorta laughable it's in the electrolyte category, its flavored water at best.

Back to comparisons. Keto Lytes HP vs Ultima

Lets compare one simple ingredient.

In entire tub:

Ultima: 4.95 grams of sodium

Keto Lytes HP: 60 grams of sodium.

Thata just 1 ingredient to compare.

Ultima is a kids bicycle, Keto Lytes HP is a Lamborghini. It really is that much better.

Here let's embarrass Ultima some more shall;

Total ingredients per scoop/serving..
Ultima: ~ 750 mg. (Milligrams)

Keto Lytes HP = almost 10 GRAMS.
 

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