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2006/07/18 18:19:20 (permalink)
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Lost in a sea of fat burners

I don't even know where to start really! I'm considering buying a fat burner if I find some extra cash burning a hole in my pocket, but don't know much about them. I think I just about know how they work, but what ingredients are key (and how much of them) what sort of combinations are good etc. I have run searches on the forum but there is so much info its hard to filter through it all. I don't want to waste my morning on a product that I don't understand so I'm trying to arm myself with the info to make a decision as to whether I should bother. I have just printed Oasis's post from a few years back so will have a read of that tonight, tomorrow and the next week until I get through all 19 pages of it!

Can anyone point me in the right direction or suggest some articles?

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Irie
post edited by Irie - 2006/07/18 18:27:14

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    Dirty Mexican Tramp
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    RE: Lost in a sea of fat burners 2006/07/18 18:23:42 (permalink)
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    eca for me everytime - tried and tested.

    When I was a young boy, my father took me into the city to see a marching band. He said, "Son when you grow up, will you be the saviour of the broken, the beaten and the damned?".
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    RE: Lost in a sea of fat burners 2006/07/18 18:25:57 (permalink)
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    the E/C/A stack is all i would use tbh! sida cordifolia is good also if you can find a good one but imo E/C/A is the best out of all the legal fat burners

    i believe with a healthy active lifestyle and some good knowledge and aas/peps use etc that you can live a longer stronger better life.

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    Irie
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    RE: Lost in a sea of fat burners 2006/07/18 18:29:42 (permalink)
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    Cheers guys! Assuming you can get the ingredients separetly is it possible to drop the asprin? The thought of taking it on a regular basis doesn't appeal to me! Was thinking of maybe EC + Green Tea...
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    RE: Lost in a sea of fat burners 2006/07/18 18:35:51 (permalink)

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    RE: Lost in a sea of fat burners 2006/07/18 21:37:27 (permalink)
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    Cheers PB, will have a proper read of that tomorrow :-) What about products such as San Tight etc. How do they compare with their ingredients and effectiveness?
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    RE: Lost in a sea of fat burners 2006/07/18 21:46:22 (permalink)
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    you have mail irie
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    RE: Lost in a sea of fat burners 2006/07/19 02:34:13 (permalink)
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    ive just started to use PhD Lean Degree:
    Lean Degree

    gonna see how that works out, although i feel i might have to actually do some cardio to get rid of my handles
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    RE: Lost in a sea of fat burners 2006/07/19 08:58:03 (permalink)
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    ALCAR every time.
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    RE: Lost in a sea of fat burners 2006/07/19 09:35:21 (permalink)
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    Diet & Cardio is the no1 thing everytime, fat burner is the icing on the cake. I used San tight last year near the end of my cut last year it was a good product.

    This year have manged to get down to around 13% without them but for my last few weeks I have got some basic cuts will do a report once if finshed it

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    RE: Lost in a sea of fat burners 2006/07/19 11:30:37 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: Irie

    Cheers guys! Assuming you can get the ingredients separetly is it possible to drop the asprin? The thought of taking it on a regular basis doesn't appeal to me! Was thinking of maybe EC + Green Tea...


    Its debatable as to the importance of aspirin in the grand scheme.

    Ephedrine is broken down in the body by an enzyme, green tea is also broken down by the same enzyme. Therefore, this has the effect of increasing the duration the ephedrine is active in the body, i.e. causing its effects to last longer.

    When I was a young boy, my father took me into the city to see a marching band. He said, "Son when you grow up, will you be the saviour of the broken, the beaten and the damned?".
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    RE: Lost in a sea of fat burners 2006/07/19 16:23:58 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: firest0rm

    ALCAR every time.


    care to expand, I Like Alcar for alertness but as a stand alone fat burner its not that effective, better as pasrt of a stack IMO
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    RE: Lost in a sea of fat burners 2006/07/19 17:02:35 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: Irie

    Cheers guys! Assuming you can get the ingredients separetly is it possible to drop the asprin? The thought of taking it on a regular basis doesn't appeal to me! Was thinking of maybe EC + Green Tea...


    I use white willow bark as opposed to a aspirin as I felt the same as you about taking it every day. Although I am sure it would dont damage me too much over a short period of time.
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    RE: Lost in a sea of fat burners 2006/07/19 17:45:42 (permalink)
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    swin out of that sea and get some ECA

    or for non-stimulant look at 'Melting point' and consider stacking with some "Sesamin"
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    RE: Lost in a sea of fat burners 2006/07/19 18:04:19 (permalink)
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    Actually, I've heard good things about Melting Point and Tight... maybe those are good to consider. I have just seen Sida Cordifolia on MP, was thinking about stacking this with Caffeine and Green tea.
    post edited by Irie - 2006/07/19 18:29:48
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    RE: Lost in a sea of fat burners 2006/07/19 23:16:04 (permalink)
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    i've been using thermogenesis http://astronutrition.com/index.php?main_page=product_reviews_info&products_id=344&reviews_id=235 on my cut, and although i can't say for certain how much it's helped, i've found that it kills my appetite and gives me a real kick with my cardio at 6am every morning. in the first 9 days i lost 6lb so i'm quite chuffed at the mo

    all natural, no proteenz, you only got one liver son------mr angry (jacked fibras cut like diamonds)
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    RE: Lost in a sea of fat burners 2006/07/20 07:36:47 (permalink)
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    Hey guys, 3 wks into a cutting cycle using ECA's and chromium picolinate 200mcg dropped half a stone so far, surelly a little muscle too but can notice the results already so im v happy...

    Was wondering what you guys would think of adding CLA to my current stack??

    Have done a little research which indicates that this product can enhance metabolic rates further and discourages the body from storing bodyfat, anyone tried it?

    Have seen articles which encourage its use in conjunction with ECA stacks so there are unlikelly to be any health problems as a result.

    Also considering starch blockers to cut out carbs in meals taken later in the evenings, wouldnt be looking to depend on these, easier to cut out the carbs instead, but always useful to have them just in-case, anyone have an opinion on them??

    Btw, notice a lot of u guys are lookin for something to help supress the appetite, Chromium Picolinate works great for me, holland & barratt do it about £4 for 100 tablets and 2 per day is ample, shop around and im sure you could get it cheaper. Theres also a product which i believe is called EP-45, (not to sure about that tho), its a lil more expensive and encourages the brain to release serotonin without stimulation from carbs and curb hunger.

    No 100% on the details of that one thou so u may be better doin a lil research yrselves or askin on here.

    Cheers.
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