This is what I have. Looks like I didn't remember the price. Can you buy from Amazon in Canada?
Ok y'all. I ordered some supplements, and then I couldnt remember why.
Well, I just found the note I sent to myself so I don't know where I got this information. Anyone know anything about Bitter Melon & CT?
Here is the note I sent myself
[QUOTE]Bitter melon extract has been known to increase BAT production, take the supplement 2-3 hours before your CB for maximum effectiveness.[/QUOTE]
I did a 40 minute. I have been slacking but my motivation was that I am seeing definition in my calves that I can't explain. I have been active but nothing specifically targeting my calves on purpose. I have been CTing for about a month, so I am not sure if this is the reason, or one of the reasons, but I am hoping it is a benefit.
I also laid on my ice pack when I went to bed. It wasnt all the way frozen (I forgot to put it in the freezer until late afternoon) so I was not worried about frost bite.
Ditto on the calf definition which I ascribe simply to decreasing overall body fat. Been doing cold showers for almost 3 weeks now and dropped 1-2% BF after being stuck for over a month. Obviously can't prove a causal relationship here but pretty happy with how things are going.
Where did everyone go? I have only been spot chilling because motility issues and a wonky heart make cold showers and tub baths impossible, as well as likely inadvisable. But ice packs on the love handles - that I can do. Except my love handles are more front and center. Anyway, I have to go - lightning storm .Come back, everybody. I miss your chilly tales. ;-)
Wow, that's cool. Since I am new on Primal, I will take all these advises. Normally I doesn't take cold stuffs, but if its helping for fitness, then why shouldn't I.. thanks :)
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I think I read awhile back that you should spot ice for two weeks and then take a break. Is that correct or no?
I've still been cold showering essentially daily. Of late, though, with the prolonged temps in triple digits, I've had a hard time getting the water much cold at all! (Kinda disappointing!)
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