Your fave. Tudca?

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I’m looking at a few right now...Curious if anyone likes the Nutricost brand, they are less expensive but I don’t know about the quality...

(I’m looking for 500mg per day, for an 8-10 week sarm cycle)
 
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I’m looking at a few right now...Curious if anyone likes the vitacost brand, they are less expensive but I don’t know about the quality...

(I’m looking for 500mg per day, for an 8-10 week sarm cycle)
Vitacost products are legit. I can vouch for them.
 
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CEL Tudca will run you about the same as Vitacost roughly $30 per 4 weeks. You know you’re getting quality with CEL
 
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CEL Tudca will run you about the same as Vitacost roughly $30 per 4 weeks. You know you’re getting quality with CEL
This. I’ve always gone with CEL tudca. It works and I know CEL is legit.
 
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I’m looking at a few right now...Curious if anyone likes the vitacost brand, they are less expensive but I don’t know about the quality...

(I’m looking for 500mg per day, for an 8-10 week sarm cycle)
Never used vita cost but another bore for CEL. I don’t doubt that vita cost is legit but I just trust a company that focuses on those types (protective) supps more. Plus price is always very good for CEL products
 
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Vitacost would be a good choice I can imagine. From a rudimentary Google search I couldnt find their Tudca, but I'd imagine it would be good.

CEL Tudca is also top quality
 
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Anyone here ever experiment with Tudca on its own ? Does it aid in digestion ? What about for the gallbladder? Thought about trying tudca or ox bile and hey, even supplements and high protein diets can put strain on the liver.
 
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I corrected my original post but wanted to mention I changed it to, Nutricost. (They have a lot of stuff on amazon and that’s whom I was referring to...I was mixed up)
 
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It’s basically “a must” with any cycle stronger than the andros from my research...I’m lookin’ to play it as safe as possible.
Can I take it for preventative measures ? Looks awesome for atp and many other benefits .
 
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Can I take it for preventative measures ? Looks awesome for atp and many other benefits .
There are no scientifically proven benefits as a preventative measure for anything, there is ongoing research though. Great supplement of course on cycle, for gallbladder sludge and PBC.
 

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I've used Predator's TUDCA several times without issues. But this last bottle I'm running right now has a strong ethyl acetate smell. Is this common?
 
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I’m looking at a few right now...Curious if anyone likes the Nutricost brand, they are less expensive but I don’t know about the quality...

(I’m looking for 500mg per day, for an 8-10 week sarm cycle)
Used it seems fine. Found a powder one online that’s half the cost of the nutri version. Tastes like disgusting tudca so I’m sure it’s on point
 
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It is also being researched for protecting the brain and improving eye health I just read.
 
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Yes indeed, but nothing conclusive yet. It is useful for proper indications but I surely wouldn't use it as health supplement. There are concerns regarding chronic administration.
So the above beginning in that link are possible side effects?

Because I’ve been taking half a dose (4 caps instead of 8) of the latest arimacare pro, which has Tudca in it, for a couple days and have been sick af since the start
 
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So the above beginning in that link are possible side effects?

Because I’ve been taking half a dose (4 caps instead of 8) of the latest arimacare pro, which has Tudca in it, for a couple days and have been sick af since the start
The absolute indications for me would be on cycle protection with methylated orals and primary billiary cirrhosis. Chronic administration as a health supplement would be pointless and potentially dangerous. Acute side effects are quite benign as 10% of patients report changes in bowel movements and nothing much else.
 

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