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    Body more sensitive to supporting supplements on cycle?

    I am noticing the difference in my body when I take my supplements at night or I actually forget to. I can feel more lethargic and or "run down."

    This is usually later in the day hours after a very intense workout which they have been, on cycle the weight has been increased alot and I've pushed the intensity.

    I did hit some PR's for myself today so maybe thats why also.

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    B12
    Vitamin D
    Vitamin C (added because I got sick a few times)
    Mens Multi Vitamin
    Probiotic
    Greens Supplement
    Fish Oil


    Cycle: 500mg Test E, Proviron , Anavar , Norditropin. Started HCG this week on Monday.

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    AAS causes the body it increase nutrient partitioning . That’s why the give it to feed animals so the gain weight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MuscleScience View Post
    AAS causes the body it increase nutrient partitioning . That’s why the give it to feed animals so the gain weight.
    Makes sense. Thanks brotha.

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