Tribulus

Ask and answer questions, discuss research and applications

Moderators: Ironman, Jungledoc, ianjay, stuward

User avatar
brook011
Associate Member
Associate Member
Posts: 537
Joined: Fri Apr 25, 2008 2:08 am

Post by brook011 » Sat Jun 28, 2008 10:13 pm

Haha lately honestly, if it helped with sleep, I'd be more than happy. As for the tribulus, I could use any boost in manliness without the bitchtits. And beyond that, if i could find something to help my joints a bit, besides the gallon+ of water I drink a day. Besides that I'm trying to go low-carb and its been hell two days into it, so I'm going to have to find some way to keep my energy up without having this fire in my stomach all the time. I was at 2650 calories in 6 meals today and I'm still hungry. That was what triggered the shopping for a 30$ 1 month supp to quell my hunger.

User avatar
pdellorto
Deific Wizard of Sagacity
Deific Wizard of Sagacity
Posts: 5252
Joined: Mon May 28, 2007 8:43 am
Location: New Jersey
Contact:

Post by pdellorto » Sun Jun 29, 2008 6:42 am

ironmaiden708 wrote:Interesting reason, I figure your high protein diet would cover that, but at the same time not all of it gets absorbed due to competion for absorption. But since it obviously works for you, you might as well keep taking it.
I would have thought so too, but I think it's because I take the glutamine during-and-immediately post workout. I mix it in with my water to drink while I lift, so it has a chance to absorb right away.

I figure what was happening was that either:

- I was getting a virus and battering my system down with exercise and then the cold would have time to kick in.
or
- I was battering down my system often enough that I'd be insufficiently recovered by the next day at school.

Either way it's working.

Post Reply