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  • for a good while. at least til 2 years post op when the tendon is completely healed
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    • Layne , was reading your Q&A page , on the subject of antioxidants you recomended 100 mgs of nac , green tea and ala , or 300mgs of one. correct me if i'm wrong but is that taken more then once a day? you take extra c and e with it as well? doses are lower then i've seen in most places.

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      • hey layne, I have never competed before and am getting the itch to start.
        I'm taking L-glutamine, BCAA's and beta alanine for supplementation. when would be the best time to take these supplements? I've heard different opinions. And Is beta alanine even worth taking? thanks!
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        • a layne did u already have money to pay for school or did u have to take out loans
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          • Does this look like a good multi (ie, do the quantities and ingredients look reasonable)? The bottle says they omit calcium and iron as they compete for uptake with the other ingredients.

            5,000 IU Vitamin A (Beta-carotene)
            2.5 mg Vitamin B1 (Thiamin mononitrate)
            2.5 mg Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)
            25 mg Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide)
            50 mg Vitamin B5 (Calcium D-Panthothenate)
            5.25 mg Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine)
            50 mcg Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin)
            250 mg Vitamin C (Ascorbic acid)
            200 IU Vitamin D (Cholecalciferol)
            200 IU Vitamin E (D-Alpha-tocopherol)
            300 mcg Folic Acid
            150 mcg Biotin
            75 mcg Iodine (potassium iodide) elemental
            15 mg Zinc (as monomithionine 75 mg)
            225 mg Magnesium (as aspartate 1125 mg)
            2.5 mg Copper (as gluconate) elemental
            150 mcg Selenium (as selenomethionine) elemental
            1 mg Manganese (as amino acid chelate)
            100 mcg Chromium (as polynicotinate)
            75 mcg Molybdenum (as molybodic acid) elemental
            50 mg Potassium (as Potassium Citrate) elemental
            12.5 mg Choline Bitarate
            12.5 mg Inositol
            25 mg N-Acetylcysteine (NAC)
            25 mg Glutathione
            25 mg Coenzyme Q10
            3 mg Totarol (Totara tree extract)

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            • Originally posted by BULL27 View Post
              Layne , was reading your Q&A page , on the subject of antioxidants you recomended 100 mgs of nac , green tea and ala , or 300mgs of one. correct me if i'm wrong but is that taken more then once a day? you take extra c and e with it as well? doses are lower then i've seen in most places.
              i would just take it post exercise
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              • Originally posted by JetFingerBoy View Post
                hey layne, I have never competed before and am getting the itch to start.
                I'm taking L-glutamine, BCAA's and beta alanine for supplementation. when would be the best time to take these supplements? I've heard different opinions. And Is beta alanine even worth taking? thanks!
                Beta-alanine has some solid research behind it. I would definitely recommend it.

                glutamine has much less research to support in, in fact I cannot recommend glutamine based on the current available research.

                Timing wise, I would recommend 5g bcaa in between meals and 8-10g post workout.

                good luck
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                • Originally posted by gangsta1087 View Post
                  a layne did u already have money to pay for school or did u have to take out loans
                  I had to take out nearly $20,000 in loans for undergrad even though I got really good scholarships.

                  My graduate school is completely covered only thing I pay for is books. I also get a stipend every month that pays me appox $8/hr. Not a whole lot, but it beats paying for school.
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                  • Originally posted by Klaus Urine View Post
                    Does this look like a good multi (ie, do the quantities and ingredients look reasonable)? The bottle says they omit calcium and iron as they compete for uptake with the other ingredients.

                    5,000 IU Vitamin A (Beta-carotene)
                    2.5 mg Vitamin B1 (Thiamin mononitrate)
                    2.5 mg Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)
                    25 mg Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide)
                    50 mg Vitamin B5 (Calcium D-Panthothenate)
                    5.25 mg Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine)
                    50 mcg Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin)
                    250 mg Vitamin C (Ascorbic acid)
                    200 IU Vitamin D (Cholecalciferol)
                    200 IU Vitamin E (D-Alpha-tocopherol)
                    300 mcg Folic Acid
                    150 mcg Biotin
                    75 mcg Iodine (potassium iodide) elemental
                    15 mg Zinc (as monomithionine 75 mg)
                    225 mg Magnesium (as aspartate 1125 mg)
                    2.5 mg Copper (as gluconate) elemental
                    150 mcg Selenium (as selenomethionine) elemental
                    1 mg Manganese (as amino acid chelate)
                    100 mcg Chromium (as polynicotinate)
                    75 mcg Molybdenum (as molybodic acid) elemental
                    50 mg Potassium (as Potassium Citrate) elemental
                    12.5 mg Choline Bitarate
                    12.5 mg Inositol
                    25 mg N-Acetylcysteine (NAC)
                    25 mg Glutathione
                    25 mg Coenzyme Q10
                    3 mg Totarol (Totara tree extract)
                    looks fine, don't really see anything wrong with it. If you are a bodybuilder you probably get enough calcium and iron anyway
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                    • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                      Beta-alanine has some solid research behind it. I would definitely recommend it.

                      glutamine has much less research to support in, in fact I cannot recommend glutamine based on the current available research.

                      Timing wise, I would recommend 5g bcaa in between meals and 8-10g post workout.

                      good luck
                      Thank you for your time!
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                      • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                        looks fine, don't really see anything wrong with it. If you are a bodybuilder you probably get enough calcium and iron anyway
                        Thanks.

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                        • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                          I had to take out nearly $20,000 in loans for undergrad even though I got really good scholarships.

                          My graduate school is completely covered only thing I pay for is books. I also get a stipend every month that pays me appox $8/hr. Not a whole lot, but it beats paying for school.
                          oh ok i was thinking about taking out some school loans , but worry about paying it back, but people say if u plain on finish school than it shouldnt be no problem once u get a carrer
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                          • Originally posted by gangsta1087 View Post
                            oh ok i was thinking about taking out some school loans , but worry about paying it back, but people say if u plain on finish school than it shouldnt be no problem once u get a carrer
                            You just want to be careful which type of loan you take out since there are several. Say for instance a unsubsidized loan. With those they can raise the interest rate to an infinite amount. So check it out first
                            A good place for solid info is
                            Susie Orman or Dave Ramsey both have websites with tons of financial info like that.
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                            • Originally posted by Toddbz View Post
                              You just want to be careful which type of loan you take out since there are several. Say for instance a unsubsidized loan. With those they can raise the interest rate to an infinite amount. So check it out first
                              A good place for solid info is
                              Susie Orman or Dave Ramsey both have websites with tons of financial info like that.
                              do u know the link?
                              http://bodyspace.bodybuilding.com/ygbodybuilder10/

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                              • Good to see you tearing it up in the gym. I don't come over here much so I was unaware you had a DVD. I am going to have to pick that up.

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