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185 weeks ago @ The Final Frontier In ... - Meal Frequency Facts! · 0 replies · +1 points

Will do, thanx! B)

187 weeks ago @ The Final Frontier In ... - Free E-Book Download A... · 0 replies · +1 points

Did you purchase Bodybuilding Revealed or Fat Loss Revealed? It's unclear from what you wrote above. If you purchased either, you will have access to the private forums, which has sections on exactly where and how to get started. BTW, we have a fair amount of LEO and or mil on the forums.

187 weeks ago @ The Final Frontier In ... - Energy Bracelet Scams! · 0 replies · +3 points

I suspect you have no science background to give any opinions on science, much less what makes good science, etc. I have been published in the peer reviewed lit. How about you? If you are here to troll, you will be banned from posting here if your next post is anything but respectful and on topic. If you are here to discuss the topic discuss it, if not, go away.

187 weeks ago @ The Final Frontier In ... - Energy Bracelet Scams! · 2 replies · +1 points

(1) google search for Creapure will turn up various companies using it as their source for creatine. I get mine from Life Extension Foundation: www.lef.org (2) If you using whey, additional BCAA probably unneeded as whey is approx 30% BCAA (3) not a big fan of glutamine as studies have been less then impressive. Glutamine vid is on the site here.

My BBR program covers just about every supp on the market at length and will save years of wasted time and $$$. Vid above this covers program well.

188 weeks ago @ The Final Frontier In ... - Energy Bracelet Scams! · 0 replies · +3 points

You seem to have missed my point. I'll say it again: The burden of proof is on those who make the claims, period. That's the basis of science. They make X claim, they support it with Y objective data; "if someone "believes" a copper bracelet" = placebo effect. Nothing "wrong" with that per se, but you obviously miss the entire purpose of this web site: giving advice using objective science. What's wrong with telling people X pill will make them feel better when their no active ingredient, all they feel is placebo effect, and the sellers are making $$$ from it? IT'S A SCAM, THAT'S WHAT'S WRONG WITH IT.

If you don't mind being scammed (i.e. paying for placebo effect) it's your money, and that's OK with me.

Good luck.

188 weeks ago @ The Final Frontier In ... - Energy Bracelet Scams! · 1 reply · +3 points

One of them had "Power Band's US website claims the band's mylar holograms are embedded with naturally occurring frequencies designed to work with the body's natural energy field for improved balance, strength and flexibility."

Pitiful. o.0

188 weeks ago @ The Final Frontier In ... - Energy Bracelet Scams! · 0 replies · +2 points

Makers of various energy bracelets and other like scams do make very specific claims for which they have zero scientific support for (and they often do claim there's some "proven" science behind their product) them. The burden of proof is on those who make the claims, which = it's they who have to support their products with objective science, or stop making the claims. There is no real science to these products, and that's not an opinion, simply the realty of the situation. I use science where it exists, and call out those who don't period. Good luck.

188 weeks ago @ The Final Frontier In ... - Energy Bracelet Scams! · 6 replies · +2 points

one topic at a time Luigi! B)

188 weeks ago @ The Final Frontier In ... - Energy Bracelet Scams! · 0 replies · +1 points

Another vid/article for another day Patrick. :)

188 weeks ago @ The Final Frontier In ... - Energy Bracelet Scams! · 0 replies · +1 points

It just a shirt Paul, among the many I have. No promotion intended... Sigmund Freud, was attributed to saying "Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar."
;)