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andre666
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2009/07/30 14:10:27 (permalink)
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alli and ephedrine

I know what you gonna say. diet this and exercise blah blah. I train loads and I've made adjustments to my diet, but the fat is shifting very very slowly. If I reduce the intake a bit more, I'lls start losing muscle and that I cannot have. It just ain't working.
 
RIght now I'm on about 2200 kcal,   180g of protein per day and very low fat intake. I'm 30 and I'm trying to bring my fat down to an all time low of 10-12%. I don't think my body is having any of it so I need a push. I need to lose 1 stone in the next 4 weeks.
 
Anyone ever tried the combination?
 
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    BIG IT
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    Re:alli and ephedrine 2009/07/30 16:59:10 (permalink)
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    If ya don't want to look like a paranoid meerkat skip the epha and if you want to be in charge of when ya poo skip the alli. it could be your carb/protein intake is too high or ya not doing enough cardio

    80% diet 20% training 0% S******g through the eye of a needle
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    Re:alli and ephedrine 2009/07/30 22:39:56 (permalink)
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    If you already have a very low fat intake then I don't see the benefit of taking Alli, as this blocks around 1/3 of fat ingested, so 1/3 of a very low fat intake is going to be very little indeed.
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    Re:alli and ephedrine 2009/07/30 22:44:22 (permalink)
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    personally i think a fat blocker like alli is pretty pointless, the macro nutrient that has the biggest contribution on excess weight (for me atleast) is carbs

    imo forget alli but there is always room for eph!
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    Re:alli and ephedrine 2009/07/31 10:54:21 (permalink)
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    how much cardio are you doing? i bet its not enough, some ppl can get away with doing cardio 5 x a week for 40 mins, some ppl have to do it eceryday, twice a day

    I do a lot of push ups and sit ups. And I drink plenty of milk.

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    Re:alli and ephedrine 2009/08/04 22:23:28 (permalink)
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    I have read that  alli makes you kind of drip, there are stories out there of people leaking **** out there buts..

    I've used ephedrine, there's really no point using it if you got to drop a load of lb. But if your nearing the end of a cut it helps a little. 5% ???
    post edited by Fatboyslimx101 - 2009/08/04 22:25:20
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    Re:alli and ephedrine 2009/08/06 12:57:34 (permalink)
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    RedHotF

    If you already have a very low fat intake then I don't see the benefit of taking Alli, as this blocks around 1/3 of fat ingested, so 1/3 of a very low fat intake is going to be very little indeed.

    Exactly that, Alli is just a deterrent to eat fat, if your diet is low in fat it has minimal effect.
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