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Old 05-30-2010, 09:01 PM   #20
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Originally Posted by jslep View Post
^^ i guess they may have been too blunt....

i wasn't saying forget them as in don't take them cause they serve no purpose. i was simply saying there is no greater "mass builder" than FOOD! i believe in taking whey imediately after lifting cause its the fastest processed through the body. but i don't drink three a day and don't think anyone should have to when they are looking to gain weight. i also take fish oils and a daily and i take my glutamine when i remember to but i don't believe this is creating any more mass on my body than if i was not to take them at all.
I agree with you. Supplements aren't mass builders.

I just wanted to make sure that Andy understood that he had made some wise choices. Supplements help quality of living, joints, immune system health, sleep and much much. They can help you train better, and help ward off illness. Nitric Oxide helps me train better
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