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View Poll Results: Which 2 supplement companys do you trust most?
Muscletech 2 7.41%
Prolab 9 33.33%
Optimum Nutrition 15 55.56%
VPX 0 0%
Nutrex 0 0%
Ast-ss 0 0%
BSN 2 7.41%
Pinnacle 1 3.70%
Nature's Best 0 0%
Other 13 48.15%
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Old 11-08-2006, 11:07 PM
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^^ LOL, this post is old!

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Old 11-30-2006, 08:34 PM
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I don't trust Optimum, but i "might" know some things...

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Old 11-30-2006, 08:36 PM
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Donít know about anyone else, but I have been following Anabolic Xtreme since Superdrol was taken off the market. I found this to be interesting - Their first interview since the ban of their pro-hormone products, and contains a lot of information about what is in store for AX and what products are being developed. Looks like big things in store for them, new lab, and a new chemist. In any case, just thought I would pass along in case there was any interest.

http://forum.anabolicx.com/index.php?showtopic=652
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Their chemist is "Dr. D", formerly of Designer Supps, then IBE.
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I went with ProLab and "other" for 4EverFit. I don't know if 4EverFit sells in the US or if it's just a Canadian company.

ProLab has had some good prices around where I live lately, and I can't really complain about the quality of any of their products I've tried. I'd say they are "pretty good".

4EverFit on the other hand, is my personal favorite. I find their products to be superior, and their prices to be about average. In my opinion, their products have been better than any other I have used to this date.

There is also a sort of "no-name", name company in Canada called Interactive Nutrition which I like quite a bit. I've been buying their micronized creatine and l-glutamine lately and their prices are damn cheap. The products are also very good so far.

I am not a big fan of Muscle Tech or SANs. SANs is currently being over hyped every where I go up North here, and it's driving me nuts. I keep getting free "magazines" every time I pick up anything at any supplement or health store, and all it turns out to be is a huge advertisement for SANs disguised as a bodybuilding magazine. Their products are ridiculously priced, and a lot of their containers are like 2 week supplies, even though they are huge tubs! I've heard their products are good quality though, so I guess if you are rich and have tons of money to throw around, it's good.

I'm not familiar with the some of the product names on the list though.

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Old but good post! 4EverFit is damn good! Heluuva buy! & I don't rep for them either.
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Old 04-25-2011, 09:43 PM
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I like sesathin, now nourishment is good enterprise perform, and BN bulk. I have a sac o protein, and will purchase another 50lb bag to make my own shakes. Ill state ON because Ive learned allotments of good, and I crave for a tasty pro shake.
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