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    I wouldn't consider fish oil as an artificial supplement. Its just the Omega-3 rich oil taken from fish. Its production is largely unregulated however, so there can be fundamental quality issues (spoilage, etc.) and the contaminants associated with the large, ocean-dwelling fish that source the oil, namely heavy metals and other nasties associated with our polluted seas, like PCBs. I get around the first problem by eating lots of actual oily fish (whose production is regulated), and the second through understanding that I started doing this too late in life for Mercury accumulation to become an issue. If I was a twenty or thirty something woman, with plans to have children, I'd source my Omega 3s elsewhere.

    Also, Agus agrees that targeted supplementation designed to address specific shortcomings can't be discounted. So targeted supplementation is likely warranted for pregnancy, anemia, osteoporosis, dietary deficiencies (which shouldn't be a problem in the West, with its broad variety of available produce).

    In my case, I'll continue with antioxidants (C, B1) because I have a much higher concentration of acetylaldehyde decomposition radicals than most

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    To keep it short, i take Rem 8.0 by formutech nutrition because it helps me sleep and recover better from my workouts the days prior. I barely experience any DOMS now so this one is a keeper.

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    I take laxogenin and my protein shake, every day.
    [url]http://www.samedaysupplements.com/dymatize-iso-100-whey-isolate.html[/url]

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayjay770 View Post
    I take laxogenin and my protein shake, every day.
    [url]http://www.samedaysupplements.com/dymatize-iso-100-whey-isolate.html[/url]
    Laxogenin is pretty awesome from what i hear!

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    Notice strength increases start of the 2nd week.

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    Also, Agus agrees that targeted supplementation designed to address specific shortcomings can't be discounted. So targeted supplementation is likely warranted for pregnancy, anemia, [URL="http://body-square.com/all-what-you-need-to-know-about-back-pain/"]back pain[/URL] ,osteoporosis, dietary deficiencies (which shouldn't be a problem in the West, with its broad variety of available produce).

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    On my off days, even during on days, I take this : [url]http://www.gnc.com/GNC-Womens-Ultra-Mega/product.jsp?productId=59680346[/url]

    basically just a multivitamin that supports metabolism, and it works alright for me!

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    creatine
    vitamin C

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    I only supplement creatine & some preworkout stuff (BCAA's, Caffeine, Citrulline Malate). Obviously I don't take the Preworkout stuff on a day when I don't go to the gym.

    Quote Originally Posted by Alwaysonjohn View Post
    I am trying to cut and gain muscle at the same time and before someone says it's impossible I can promise you its not. I started with 25lb dumbbells in July and now I use 45 or 50lbs.
    It's not impossible, particularly if you're a beginner, but as you drop fat it will become more & more difficult and eventually impossible. Well done on dropping close to 50lb.

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