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steelsnow

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  1. anyone taking bcaa's and or taurine? i want to take some, and i think it should be ok, but would feel a little better if i knew others used those sups.
  2. i drink at least 1L of green tea a day and i'm fine. id say its cool unless your results come back bad.
  3. you got me... 1. What is (or was) your accutane dosage? 80mg/day 2. How severe would you say your acne is/was (mild, moderate, severe etc.)? moderate/severe 3. How long did you take (or are going to take) accutane for? 5 months hopefully
  4. i am on claravis. it is one of the companies listed in the i pledge book, so its good to go.
  5. i was takin sesamin for a while for fat loss. i was also taking fish oil with it, but never noticed my skin ever looking better.
  6. imo no time is a good time. im on accutane all through summer. just make sure you got some sun block and you will be ok. i've been out in the sun a decent amount this summer already and i've been fine.
  7. I have personal experinance with taking fish oil. I take 15-20 grams of fish oil a day. It really helped with my knee even before I went on accutane. I’m 3 months in and my joints are still fine. When taking fish oil, you should spread it out evenly over the day. I usually have 5 grams (1 teaspoon is 5 ml is 5 grams) in the morning one at lunch and one at dinner. Some times i use it in one other meal for a total of 20g. When you get fish oil, be sure to get pharmaceutical grade, as non pharm
  8. i am into working out and fitness. my primary goal is to gain some lean body mass. i was wondering if taking them while on accutane would be ok. here is what bcaa's are. "Among the most beneficial and effective supplements in any sports nutrition program are branched chain amino acids. These are the essential aminos leucine, isoleucine, and valine. You probably know that amino acids are the building blocks of protein. When you eat a protein food, it gets digested in the stomach and intestine
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