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  • Its how i order here in the UK.   It burns a huge hole in my wallet, its damn expensive.   But Amazon prime is do deliciously amazing haha. Roll on the 15th!!
  • Not sure about rippleton, however i know ptsatsouline is against bodybuilders because their aim is to "get jacked" instead of getting strong, and that lot of the pumped up muscles are artificial. I'd rather press my bodyweight than preen myself in f…
  • Natural stacks do a combination of glycinate, threonate and citrate. Ive never had aby problems with them.
  • Had brain octane yesterday, noticed slight migraine. Why on earth did you continue when it's practically killing you? Regardless of the fact that brain octane "should" work, it clearly does not for you. Remember your reaction to foods is more rel…
  • Spot on! It's depressing to read pop science content with statements like 'the giraffe evolved its long neck to reach higher foliage' etc etc, as if there was any intent at all and not just a population drift towards longer necked giraffes due to th…
  • Excellent show guys!   Coincidentally, I just tried PurBlack shilajit for the first time last week. I'm blown away by the effect, which for me was euphoric, similar to phenylpiracetam (which I only use very occasionally). Wow, reall…
  • Routine is highly variable. Non negociables are meditation twice a day in morning and evening, qi gong after each meditation. First act of day is gratitude journal/ affirmations, also last act before bed. Usually no breakfast, if breakfast poach…
  • Yup. Too gym orientated.Something along the lines of" I lost 52 pounds eating the DEAF diet. By focusing solely on the weight metric and following the dont eat any food protocol, I lost more weight than on my previous low carb high fat diet". Sal…
  • Yoga and qi gong should be first point of call imo re mental illness. Yoga has been proven to elevate gaba above and beyond exercise. Apparently a lot of the "natural" herbs used to help with withdrawal down regulate in the long term, exacerbating …
  • #1: Don't be afraid to negotiate your salary. I've made this mistake twice. The next job change I won't threepete it. (Alex Kouts on Art of Charm Podcast)   #2: Reka: when you're done with Sklansky's book, take the time to study Caro's "Book o…
  • The deal with fermented foods - Looking to integrate saeurkraut along with my resistant starch prebiotic, and the whole fermentation food thing seems to have gone mainstream with possibly a lot of misinformation. When to take, what brand, what to wa…
  • Used shilajit for a month after reading great things, went for a pretty expensive brand. Got nothing except nausea.There isint much actual scientific research re shilajit to my knowledge. Also discontinuing lefs super ubuquinol. Did notice some e…
  • I used it a couple of times, still even have a few tabs left somewhere.   Not something I would take on a regular basis, man that stuff was powerful. Felt that it was gluing my brain together(in a thoroughly unhealthy way). I could possibly ta…
  • Had it over a 6 months. Love it, but its UK. It is incredible value for money.    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Breville-Blend-Active-Personal-Blender-White/dp/B00DGLUW4E/ref=sr_1_2?s=kitchen-appliances&ie=UTF8&qid=1433885263&sr=1-2&…
  • Interesting article. There is no ceiling to any type of human performance, though obviously some may make progress faster than others.   I'm learning finance (PRMIA exams), some of the concepts are easy to me now, were almost impossible to me …
  • Practically all commercial animals are grain finished.    Benefits are reduced but still infinitely times better then 100% grain fed. 
  • There is another thread about this. The test is imo awesome and accurate. Our personalities are our balance of nueros. I was gaba deficient and phenibut worked wonders. The book is an interesting read, failing at the final hurdle. The idea …
  • There is pretty much zero evidence. Recent meta analysis of current literature on red meat consumption is revealing the multiple flaws in the research.   (I) Many studies did not have a strict definition of red meat - Salami and hot dogs inclu…
  • Planet organic rocks! Will check on Monday if you havn't gotten the answer by then.   I saw it but just never inquired. I assume their version of BPC uses Coconut oil instead of MCT, and the coffee beans may not be of Dave's quality, but perfe…
  • Thanks,this may even reveal the cause of a recent rash, unlikely but worth investigating. But unless im not reading it correctly 0% indication of a rash in adults and .8% in children?Not the most damning. There are a few pubmed studies indicating…
  • My analogy is dead on point. Trt is indeed for life, and not to be undertaken lightly. However if tested and properly implemented the only barrier is psychological. For people with low T it is a requirement. Im not disagreeing with anything you…
  • vitamin C is supposed to be good for Cortisol, along with everything else. No harm in mega dosing.     You should give units, not sure how to compare any of those metrics. 
  • Thanks for responses, Got the lab results, still awaiting Albumin,   Free and Bioavailable T calculator.   The good news is that my Prolactin is now within normal range and LEF's optiZinc (presumably) also lowered my SHBG levels from 42 …
  • " will need replacement the rest of your life" - Its all a mind game in the end. You could well be on Vitamin C therapy or the rest of your life, as your body doesen't produce any. You are also on money replacement therapy until you retire - the bod…
  • I'm doing exactly the same thing. If the routine isin't followed then I automatically run late, in line with human nature. The thing is a point is reached where you decide "I've done enough, time to enjoy myself". For me, this results in a a backwar…
  • I ordered some adrafinil from newstar and got nothing. Modafinil has been working wonders for me, actually makes me more extroverted and outgoing.    Exellent for stimulating interest an any subject, just drink lots of water. Take a small amou…
  • An important distinction is that a lot of introverts only "prefer" to be alone as they lack skills which would enable them to enjoy social interaction. Now, if they knew how it felt to be extroverted and you asked them who they would want to be, wha…
  • Blue horizon medical are brilliant. Give sample, get results in 2 days in pdf format, along with doctors recommendations and the reference ranges.    Professional, curteous, easy, everything the public health service is not. Cheap by testing s…
  • Just speaking from experience I have yet to do a serious workout without feeling sore after it.   Yesterday night did my workout finished at 9:30pm ate at 10:30 - 100 grams carbs, 20 grams protein from sardines and 2 Tablespoons BP Whey in wat…
  • Muscle soreness is muscles rebuilding themselves. If you do not feel sore the workout is not effective in terms of building muscle. Anti oxies will stop muscle growth. Ergo no pain == no gain.