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OleWarSkuleAlum
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re: Scientific discussion on supplements
In the Keto world berberine has been known for its anti-diabetic properties for Atleast 2 years now that I’m aware. As far as nutrition partitioning effects of berberine that is new information to me that I will dig into.
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lsu777
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re: Scientific discussion on supplements
Yea I have been knowing about Berberine in the form of yellow gold and pslin for about a decade now but the new info on how effective it is and the other health benefits were new to me.

Knew it could help with nutrition partitioning, but not to what extent.


txpurpleandgold
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You still going to do a breakdown on creatine? We all know it works, but there was a study that came out a few years ago that said it caused hair loss and elevated DHT levels. I think there were only about 10 participants though.


lsu777
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re: Scientific discussion on supplements
Yea, prolly later this week


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Rep520
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re: Scientific discussion on supplements
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Haha yea it will die anything, not called yellow gold for no reason. How do you plan to take it? It's insanely bitter, just a heads up. 

Where did you get from?


Well, I must have gotten the real stuff. Yellow, and it stains the **** if I mess up. It also leaves a vile taste for a while.

I am sort of concerned it's giving me gas, so if anyone has berberine specific stuff that might help with that, let me know.

Edited to add:

3 days in. I've figured out how to put it into gelcaps. That makes taking it easier. Still getting side effects with gas and stomach. I hope that stops soon or I'm not sure how long this experiment goes.
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Hot Carl
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I was watching a Joe Rogan podcast the other day with Dr. Rhonda Patrick. She’s amazingly intelligent. She talked about a lot of things, but one thing that stood out was this FOX03–I think it’s a gene. It’s supposed to help suppress or even reverse aging by keeping DNA or RNA intact or something like that(I am clearly not a doctor). She said that getting in a sauna a couple times a week has been shown to activate this gene.

Somehow, I came across a link to Alive By Health’s website. They sell NMN and NAD+ supplements and have some studies linked on their site. Again, appears to be more anti-aging stuff. Never heard of any of these before Monday and am wondering what any of y’all may be able to tell me.


Rep520
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I took NAD+ for a few months. I saw no positive effects from it or negative effects when I stopped using it.

Obviously, I don't claim to be a scientific trial, but I saw zilch from it.


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