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can i buy NO2 in thailand ?

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23 minutes ago, Jan Dietz said:

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is it an internet shop or a shop in thailand ?

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NOx, some workout booster? Lots of stuff can be shipped to Thailand.

 

Have you tried Thai supplements' shops like www.fitwhey.com ?

 

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I have not seen NO2 in Thailand, also not sure how well it works. 

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5 minutes ago, robblok said:

I have not seen NO2 in Thailand, also not sure how well it works. 

its more for better blood flow in my ailing body then for workout

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7 minutes ago, brokenbone said:

its more for better blood flow in my ailing body then for workout

I really don't know if it works or not, I am not overly into supplements I wasted my money often enough.

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28 minutes ago, brokenbone said:

its more for better blood flow in my ailing body then for workout

 

19 minutes ago, robblok said:

I really don't know if it works or not, I am not overly into supplements I wasted my money often enough.

 

This came up when I  did a  search for Dr. Dean Edell  and his thoughts about vitamins.
 
 
An anonymous reader write
"The Atlantic has an interesting piece on the life and work of the scientist most responsible for moms around the world giving their kids Vitamin C tablets to fight off colds, Linus Pauling. From the article: 'On October 10, 2011, researchers from the University of Minnesota found that women who took supplemental multivitamins died at rates higher than those who didn't. Two days later, researchers from the Cleveland Clinic found that men who took vitamin E had an increased risk of prostate cancer. "It's been a tough week for vitamins," said Carrie Gann of ABC News. These findings weren't new. Seven previous studies had already shown that vitamins increased the risk of cancer and heart disease and shortened lives. Still, in 2012, more than half of all Americans took some form of vitamin supplements. What few people realize, however, is that their fascination with vitamins can be traced back to one man. A man who was so spectacularly right that he won two Nobel Prizes and so spectacularly wrong that he was arguably the world's greatest quack.'

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1 hour ago, watcharacters said:

 

 

This came up when I  did a  search for Dr. Dean Edell  and his thoughts about vitamins.
 
 
An anonymous reader write
"The Atlantic has an interesting piece on the life and work of the scientist most responsible for moms around the world giving their kids Vitamin C tablets to fight off colds, Linus Pauling. From the article: 'On October 10, 2011, researchers from the University of Minnesota found that women who took supplemental multivitamins died at rates higher than those who didn't. Two days later, researchers from the Cleveland Clinic found that men who took vitamin E had an increased risk of prostate cancer. "It's been a tough week for vitamins," said Carrie Gann of ABC News. These findings weren't new. Seven previous studies had already shown that vitamins increased the risk of cancer and heart disease and shortened lives. Still, in 2012, more than half of all Americans took some form of vitamin supplements. What few people realize, however, is that their fascination with vitamins can be traced back to one man. A man who was so spectacularly right that he won two Nobel Prizes and so spectacularly wrong that he was arguably the world's greatest quack.'

When i decide to take supplements i look at examine.com it gives great non bias reviews based on science. I havent been using multivitamins for a long time. I do use other supplements and they have helped me.

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