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  • Originally posted by Tugboat View Post
    What do you thing of liver pills?
    not much use for them if you use a multi-vitamin & you take in enough protein
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    • Originally posted by muscleman12345 View Post
      how much bcaas / leucine would someone weighing about 160 need a day?
      you wouldnt NEED any, 20g BCAA or 10g of leucine would be useful though
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      • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
        yes I do
        Damn! You learn something everyday (if you're lucky!). This means that my calories have been a bit out... On my last diet I ate HEAPS of veges. Do you only count soluble fiber or all fiber?

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        • Layne, do you know of any reliable nutrition counters on the net? The differences between the ones I can find are ridiculous.

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          • i count all fiber just to make it easy & be safe. As far as nutrition counters they are probably all accurate. You see within the same food there is a large variability in how much protein carbs fats it can contain (usually at least + or - 5%) so they are probably all right lol. The key is to just use ONE source for your macros so that you will be consistant. That is the most important thing.
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            • Hey Layne, I have been looking a lot lately at Dialene 4. I have taken just about every fat burner and nothing ever seems to produce results. Seeing you had a heavy had in its production, how has it been working since its release?

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              • Lane, since your in med school hopefully you can answer this. Do beta blockers have any effect on fatloss/muscle gain? My dr wants to put me on them for my high BP, but id like to avoid it and lower it naturally. thanks

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                • Originally posted by ironman70 View Post
                  Hey Layne, I have been looking a lot lately at Dialene 4. I have taken just about every fat burner and nothing ever seems to produce results. Seeing you had a heavy had in its production, how has it been working since its release?
                  Honestly I was surprised at how good the feedback has been. Typically your feedback is about 70/30 from a good product. Out of the 70% that like it half of them are kissing your ass and the other half actually like it; same thing out of the 30% that don't like it... half of them just don't like you or your company and the other half genuinely don't like it. We really haven't gotten that much negative feedback on it. The only thing we get is people saying that they get flushes from it which is to be expected from the niacin & the thermos in it. To prevent flushes just take it after a meal; not before it. Other than that, only a few scattered people here and there saying they don't like it. Obviously I'm biased however, so I encourage you to do your research and ask other people as well.

                  -layne
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                  • Originally posted by Ronin View Post
                    Lane, since your in med school hopefully you can answer this. Do beta blockers have any effect on fatloss/muscle gain? My dr wants to put me on them for my high BP, but id like to avoid it and lower it naturally. thanks
                    I'm in graduate school... not med school, BIG difference. LOL. However, I cannot forsee any impact that B-blockers would have on fat metabolism.

                    I always suggest trying to lower blood pressure naturally unless it is pretty high and then you just want to get it under control.
                    -Layne
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                    • Don't forget everyone, tonight is part 2 of the debate between myself and **** ******* about contest prep on MD Radio. http://www.musculardevelopment.com/c.../view/211/137/ The show starts at 7 pm eastern and the segment with Dave and I should start around 8:15 PM eastern.

                      For those who have not heard part 1 you can download it here: http://www.musculardevelopment.com/p...umbo071607.mp3

                      I hope you all enjoy the show!

                      -Layne
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                      • do you have any recomendations on how to lower BP naturally. I upped my cardio, and eat very clean. my high BP is heriditary and not caused by poor lifestyle choices.

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                        • what is your BP reading?
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                          • average reading is 140 over 90 or higher.

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                            • what is your current exercise protocol?
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                              • lift weights 3-4 times a week, and 4 days of cardio 30 min sessions on the treadmill at a moderate pace.

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