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Postby julesm on Wed Jun 17, 2009 9:53 pm

just wanted to throw this in:

bought 2 tubs from Scott for my 10 day jaunt to spain, i received and started taking them a week before i went, and at recommended dose, then whilst in spain i took 2 additional pills.

this stuff does what it says on the tin- believe me i drank and ate like a bastardo ( a case of 12 san miguel was 4.5 euros) and i lost 1.5inches of my waist.

i should imagine that with a real tidy diet and some exercise, that these could work wonders
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Re: insulinomics

Postby Resurrected on Wed Jun 17, 2009 10:42 pm

And how much were those little babies?
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Re: insulinomics

Postby julesm on Wed Jun 17, 2009 10:53 pm

i bought them for £5 a pop, they were out of date ( as i am in pharm, i know that most things in tablet form are pretty much good for another year if not longer)

i think that rrp is prob a bit too steep, but then again poliquins supps have always been pricey.

but heh the things i do for you guys to give you accurate and meaningful product write ups- all i need now is some liver regeneration supps-
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Re: insulinomics

Postby simon m on Thu Jun 18, 2009 8:50 am

What was your doseage regime? When did you take them and how many?
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Re: insulinomics

Postby kp1512 on Thu Jun 18, 2009 8:51 am

Liver 52 GS - 4 a day for 10 days then 2 a day for ever
NAC - 1.2g a day
Milk Thistle [or even better Siliybin] 1g a day

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get over to Synthetek - they have a very good liver regen product
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Re: insulinomics

Postby Resurrected on Thu Jun 18, 2009 10:13 am

kp1512 wrote:Liver 52 GS - 4 a day for 10 days then 2 a day for ever
NAC - 1.2g a day
Milk Thistle [or even better Siliybin] 1g a day

OR

get over to Synthetek - they have a very good liver regen product


I thought jules was refering to these http://www.upfitness.co.uk/products/sup ... omics.html

So what are you on about kp?
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Re: insulinomics

Postby julesm on Thu Jun 18, 2009 11:17 am

My fault-kp was obviously suggesting some liver formulations for me.
Dosage wise-i took 3 before I went away per day and 6 per day whilst away.
I can't say that I noticed any blood sugar control as such, but anthropometric measuremennts show it had an effect
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Re: insulinomics

Postby kp1512 on Thu Jun 18, 2009 12:52 pm

Resurrected wrote:
kp1512 wrote:Liver 52 GS - 4 a day for 10 days then 2 a day for ever
NAC - 1.2g a day
Milk Thistle [or even better Siliybin] 1g a day

OR

get over to Synthetek - they have a very good liver regen product


I thought jules was refering to these http://www.upfitness.co.uk/products/sup ... omics.html

So what are you on about kp?


sorry - yes I was talking about ideal Liver Regen stuff.

That price is alot on that link - I really cant understand the pricing structure - there is some SERIOUS margin. That is why Id never buy it and get the key ingreds myself and try it if I was going to
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Re: insulinomics

Postby simon m on Thu Jun 18, 2009 12:54 pm

julesm wrote:My fault-kp was obviously suggesting some liver formulations for me.
Dosage wise-i took 3 before I went away per day and 6 per day whilst away.
I can't say that I noticed any blood sugar control as such, but anthropometric measuremennts show it had an effect

did you take three at one time, or split with meals?
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Re: insulinomics

Postby health4ni on Thu Jun 18, 2009 12:56 pm

btw Poliquin doesn't make these. He rebrands them from Metagenics. They're called Insinase. You can get them from a few places on the web. All still rather expensive though. £5 is a stupid price for me to sell them at. But thems the breaks.

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Re: insulinomics

Postby RoB on Thu Jun 18, 2009 1:25 pm

They are making an incredible mark up on these, the main ingredient the "reduced iso-alpha acids" is actually just an extract from hops.
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Re: insulinomics

Postby julesm on Thu Jun 18, 2009 6:06 pm

perhaps it is a case of the ingredients having a synergistic or additive effect, or they may work totally independent of one another? (never really looked into the science of it)

so can these reduced iso-acids be had on the cheap, or is it a special extraction process- hence the high price?

how cool would that be- to carry on boozing at take the timber off at the same time :D
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Re: insulinomics

Postby cleaver on Thu Jun 18, 2009 6:43 pm

julesm wrote:so can these reduced iso-acids be had on the cheap, or is it a special extraction process- hence the high price?

how cool would that be- to carry on boozing at take the timber off at the same time :D


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Re: insulinomics

Postby kp1512 on Thu Jun 18, 2009 7:01 pm

even still mate its still profiteering.

Prob got over £45 a tub on that. Thats just nuts
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Re: insulinomics

Postby Bison on Thu Jun 18, 2009 7:02 pm

Not as nuts as actually paying £60 for a tub!!
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Re: insulinomics

Postby RoB on Thu Jun 18, 2009 7:06 pm

I'd imagine you could get the iso-acids pretty cheap, as cleaver said they use it for brewing instead of traditional hopping to make the beer more bitter. The other stuff doesn't seem that easy to find either, probaly be quite hard to get the dosing right aswell.
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Re: insulinomics

Postby health4ni on Thu Jun 18, 2009 8:32 pm

That's the thing you see: it's altogether in one easy to take tablet all dosed nicely for you.
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Re: insulinomics

Postby kp1512 on Thu Jun 18, 2009 8:45 pm

Bison wrote:Not as nuts as actually paying £60 for a tub!!


been doing a little digging and over in the states its actually selling at there high price :shock: :o :D
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Re: insulinomics

Postby julesm on Thu Jun 18, 2009 8:55 pm

3 options:

1) dont get to be a fat fcuker in the first place
2) liposuction
3) slightly cheaper less painful price of actually parting with £50 for a tub
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