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(USA Today)   Just in case you hadn't already figured it out, those "sports supplements" would probably get you banned in real sports   (usatoday.com) divider line 5
    More: Obvious, designer drugs, dietary supplements, standards organization  
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2013-10-15 11:13:02 AM
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USA Today has a surprisingly unreadable/unusable website for such a well-known brand name. F that.
2013-10-15 08:39:29 AM
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Having tried that Detonate supplement, I can tell you that meth wishes it was that intense.  Crazy shiat.  I found the whole "diet and exercise' thing was a far more reliable and sane way to lose weight.  Knock off the bread and soda, and you're fine.
2013-10-15 05:57:10 AM
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So, that means they work?
2013-10-15 05:50:42 AM
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Well, their sales just exploded.
2013-10-15 04:46:54 AM
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And this is why any sort of supplement,including vitamins,needs to be inspected the same way prescription meds are. Just because you can buy it over the counter doesn't mean it's safe. It just means you payed a bunch of money for some snake oil and the dude who made the snake oil is ass deep in hookers and blow.
 
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