Next round of supplements to reduce BF

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    Nov 14, 2007 12:01 PM GMT
    So I finished my bottle of hydrocut hardcore and I am not impressed with results.
    The pills took some getting used to and I didn't see any benefit to taking them.

    The problem with supplements is the quantity you need to take. Here's what my morning looks like:

    5 BCAA
    2 Hydrocut
    1 Multivitamine
    2 Perscription
    2 CLA

    Somewhere in there I should have breakfast.
    I'm reluctant to replace my Hydrocut with something else but at the same time I am desperately trying to reduce my BF% (yes, I continue to work on my diet).

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    Nov 26, 2007 7:51 AM GMT
    I have tried hydroxycut twice and the I think its a ripoff personally. I hve tried a couple products but right now I like MHP's Dren the best. It just came out and you only have to take one pill which lasts 12 hours!!! I helps suppress your appetite and gives you a nice steady stream of energy...good stuff so far I think. You can get it a bodybuilding.com at a good price.

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    Dec 04, 2007 2:34 PM GMT

    Nothing works as a "fat burner" since they required everything to be Ephedra Free.

    Original Xenadrine... now that was the shit.
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    Dec 05, 2007 8:21 AM GMT
    Fuck. Gibby is cute as hell, and smart, too. Damn. Pardon my poddy mouth. I miss ephy, too.

    Good old ECA used to be the standard (ephedrine, caffeine, and aspirin).

    I like caffeine, aspirin, and green tea. Love the stuff.

    Honestly, intervals, with a cup or two of coffee, on just a bit of carbs, and 40g of protein, first thing in the morning, will get you fairly tight. Drink green tea. For me, nothing seems to work better than just old green tea, and coffee, and some aspirin, and a little high intensity interval training.

    I've used some of the stuff like Red Line, and Vemon, and both work, but, are almost to much for a geriatric guy like me.