|05-28-2005, 10:47 PM||#1|
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Pro-oxident question for Brook
If I take too much ALA and it works as a pro-oxident, will taking something like ideb, that doesn't act as a pro-oxident counter the pro-oxident effects of he ALA???
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|05-29-2005, 12:45 PM||#2|
to a degree
Just to let you know Ive opened the book again on ALA and have been taken a serious look at all the new forms of ALA now available. At 1st I thought why fix it if its not broken and these 'new and improved' ALA's are just a gimmick to make more money. Well Im totally changing my views on ALA. The R/S deal with regular ALA is more serious than I thought. More and more studies are concluding that the 'S' is INDEED cancelling out the effect of "R' ala to a serious degree. And most of the R-ALA offered on the market simply is stable.
If I were to use ALA I would get a stable R version such as these
Or i get a quality K-R-LA
But back to your question I think, if have these on hand, Vit C and Vit E will help in prevent that ALA from becoming pro-ox
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