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GettinSwole
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Aside from Vitamin C, what supplements do you guys take to boost and keep the immune system running, specifically when running Test. Also, any studies regarding the immuno-depressant effects of exogeneous test? I was specifically looking for supplements to help my auto-immune system and my allergies.


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specialized
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b12 shots, Vit C, Echina drops ?

Just another cyclist..


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Bus King
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Does Test hurt the immune system? I have been sick a lot in my life...and definitely noticed some serious flu a couple times.


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mike xc
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eccinesia, rhondolia, L-Glutamin, and ofcourse Swedish Bitter...


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liftsiron
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Acai and vit D3 are high on my list.

liftsiron is a fictional character and should be taken as such.


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jboldman
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whey protein!


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jboldman
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J Am Coll Nutr. 2007 Dec;26(6):713S-23S.

Emerging health properties of whey proteins and their clinical implications.
Krissansen GW.

Department of Molecular Medicine & Pathology, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand. [email protected]

Abstract
The nursery rhyme "Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet (small stool) eating her curds and whey. ..." is recognition of the fact that over the centuries "curds and whey", the two major components of cow's milk, have been widely accepted as part of a healthy diet. Milk provides complete nourishment for the neonate for six months from birth, containing factors that help develop various organ systems including the brain, immune system, and the intestine. Importantly it provides immune protection at a time when the neonates own immune system, though fully developed, is albeit immature. Many adult consumers include cow's milk as part of a healthy diet as it provides protein and essential nutrients, vitamins, and minerals, in particular calcium for strong bones. There is a growing appreciation that milk, and in particular whey, contains components that not only provide nutrition, but can also prevent and attenuate disease, or augment conventional therapies, when delivered in amounts that exceed normal dietary intakes. This paper reviews the emerging health properties of whey proteins and their clinical implications.


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cmanser
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I like to use a good Multi vitamin along with C, E, Beta Carrot, and ALA.


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Magnesium
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i've used colostrum to try and help support my immune system at times when i'm pushing my body hard or when everybody around me seems to be sick. I don't know if it really helps, but i haven't been sick in a while so i'm not going to stop. I usually also add in echinacea during these times.


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