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Strom Sports bring you their advanced Glucose Disposal Agent containing high-quality ingredients that have shown in studies to improve insulin sensitivity and promote lower blood glucose levels.

Now with patented Cinnulin PF

Why do you need to manage insulin?
As insulin is the main storage hormone in the body, proper insulin release and response is essential for restricting body fat gain and promoting efficient recovery and performance, not to mention giving muscle splitting pumps and insane levels of fullness.

What makes this glucose disposal agent so good?
GlycoMax is a high strength GDA because of the highly dosed ingredients.

Berberine HCL 1000mg
Bitter Melon Extract 500mg
Cinnulin PF ((cinnamon bark extract (Cinnamomum burmannii))
500mg
ALA 300mg
Chromium Picolinate 250mcg
Each plays a role in a number of things such as

Regulating glucose uptake
Creating a better blood glucose profile for efficient uptake and use by the body.
Improve insulin release and response
Improvements in insulin sensitivity.
What are the main benefits of Strom's GDA?
Glucose disposal
Nutrient repartitioning
Pump enhancing
Can improved body composition

Produced in a registered ISO9001 compliant and audited facility


High strength Glucose Disposal Aid.

per 5 cap serving

1000mg berbarine HCL

500mg bitter melon extract

500mg patented 20-1 water soluble Cinnulin Pf

300mg ALA

250mcg Chromium Picolinate

Please see below for studies on the active ingredients

Berberine

ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2410097/

ALA

ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21666939

Cinnamon

ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2901047/

(Cinnulin)

cinnulin.com/more_info.html

Bitter Melon

ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4027280/
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What a waste of money...
Jordcrop19/05/2020 16:01

What a waste of money...


Even though its not... I completely understand that you might not be able to benefit from this if you firstly don't understand the category of this product.

Have you got something against glycogen?

Benifits
Better pumps and vascularity
Potential Muscle growth is increased
More efficient recovery
Recomp/reduced fat storage
Workout Performance increases



Now BCAA's, what a waste of money 🤭
Edited by: "Jordan_Taylor" 19th May
Jordan_Taylor19/05/2020 16:12

Even though its not... I completely understand that you might not be able …Even though its not... I completely understand that you might not be able to benefit from this if you firstly don't understand the category of this product. Have you got something against glycogen? Benifits Better pumps and vascularity Potential Muscle growth is increased More efficient recoveryRecomp/reduced fat storageWorkout Performance increasesNow BCAA's, what a waste of money 🤭


Firstly, you don't need to worry about insulin sensitivity if you are physically active, dont eat a ridiculously high fat diet and aren't diabetic. Secondly, worrying about insulin is really worrying about far too small of a detail in the grand scheme, unless you are diabetic. Thirdly, the studies you have linked are in diabetic populations only, from what i have checked. So unless you're recommending diabetics ditch their metformin and take some dodgy concoction from a meth lab of a website then i really don't know the purpose of this product.
Jordcrop19/05/2020 16:32

Firstly, you don't need to worry about insulin sensitivity if you are …Firstly, you don't need to worry about insulin sensitivity if you are physically active, dont eat a ridiculously high fat diet and aren't diabetic. Secondly, worrying about insulin is really worrying about far too small of a detail in the grand scheme, unless you are diabetic. Thirdly, the studies you have linked are in diabetic populations only, from what i have checked. So unless you're recommending diabetics ditch their metformin and take some dodgy concoction from a meth lab of a website then i really don't know the purpose of this product.


As I've already said the benefits...

"Better pumps and vascularity
Potential Muscle growth is increased
More efficient recovery
Recomp/reduced fat storage
Workout Performance increases"

The main goal is to drive more glucose to muscle cells and not fat cells where it can be converted to body fat. therefore ensures all glucose is focussed on increasing muscle gains and decreasing fat gains where possible.

Carbs are stored in one of three ways in the body:
Ideal scenario - stored as muscle glycogen
Stored as glycogen in the liver
Worst case - stored as fat in adipose tissue

If you use a GDA your gunning mainly for the first

As i said before if you don't understand the category then you don't know who this is for.

This is ideally aimed at those who compete.

Whether that be track & field, weight lifting or bodybuilding.


"meth lab of a website..." wow

Going from our last encounter on here

I don't want another thread full of comments from someone who's ill-informed on this specific category.

If you want to continue this my DM's are allways open to you or anyone xx.

I look forward to hearing from you
Edited by: "Jordan_Taylor" 19th May
Jordan_Taylor19/05/2020 16:42

As I've already said the benefits... "Better pumps and vascularity …As I've already said the benefits... "Better pumps and vascularity Potential Muscle growth is increased More efficient recoveryRecomp/reduced fat storageWorkout Performance increases"The main goal is to drive more glucose to muscle cells and not fat cells where it can be converted to body fat. therefore ensures all glucose is focussed on increasing muscle gains and decreasing fat gains where possible. Carbs are stored in one of three ways in the body:Ideal scenario - stored as muscle glycogenStored as glycogen in the liverWorst case - stored as fat in adipose tissueIf you use a GDA your gunning mainly for the first As i said before if you don't understand the category then you don't know who this is for.This is ideally aimed at those who compete.Whether that be track & field, weight lifting or bodybuilding."meth lab of a website..." wowGoing from our last encounter on here I don't want another thread full of comments from someone who's ill-informed on this specific category. If you want to continue this my DM's are allways open to you or anyone xx.I look forward to hearing from you


Lmao what? You think taking this can magically prevent CHO being stored as lipids? I would love to hear what mechanism you think is behind this
Jordcrop19/05/2020 16:50

Lmao what? You think taking this can magically prevent CHO being stored as …Lmao what? You think taking this can magically prevent CHO being stored as lipids? I would love to hear what mechanism you think is behind this


I strongly suggest anyone thinking of buying this reads this article first: revivestronger.com/glu…ce/

Please don't get your information from someone with a masters in broscience like OP.
Jordcrop19/05/2020 16:55

I strongly suggest anyone thinking of buying this reads this article …I strongly suggest anyone thinking of buying this reads this article first: https://revivestronger.com/glucose-disposal-agents-a-thorough-review-of-the-evidence/#ConclusionPlease don't get your information from someone with a masters in broscience like OP.


Ah yeah, masters in broscience...
Jordan_Taylor19/05/2020 16:56

Ah yeah, masters in broscience...


Sorry must have overqualified you there, more likely a BTEC in broscience i assume.
Jordcrop19/05/2020 16:59

Sorry must have overqualified you there, more likely a BTEC in broscience …Sorry must have overqualified you there, more likely a BTEC in broscience i assume.


Very pompous today aren't we @Jordcrop 🤭

Did you skip your bcaa's?

I seem to allways strike a nerve with yourself.
As i said man i don't want a thread full of your misinformed narrow mimed comments instead I'm giving you a open invitation to dm myself over this and we can talk like adults instead of a 50 comment long thread. Also happy to give you WhatsApp as well
Edited by: "Jordan_Taylor" 19th May
Jordcrop19/05/2020 16:50

Lmao what? You think taking this can magically prevent CHO being stored as …Lmao what? You think taking this can magically prevent CHO being stored as lipids? I would love to hear what mechanism you think is behind this


Its really simple and if you can read a sentence and understand a sentence then you will know i wasn't saying that it will magically stop that but help prevent it "minimising"...

I don't know how your not catching on, i hope you don't do any consultation work


Anyways my DM's are open to you cute stuff.
Edited by: "Jordan_Taylor" 19th May
Jordan_Taylor19/05/2020 17:02

Very pompous today aren't we @Jordcrop 🤭Did you skip your bcaa's? I …Very pompous today aren't we @Jordcrop 🤭Did you skip your bcaa's? I seem to allways strike a nerve with yourself.As i said man i don't want a thread full of your misinformed narrow mimed comments instead I'm giving you a open invitation to dm myself over this and we can talk like adults instead of a 50 comment long thread. Also happy to give you WhatsApp as well


I don't take any BCAAS, just creatine, vegan protein, omega 3s, magnesium and methylated b vitamins.

I prefer a public discussion, means people who may have considered taking bodge supplements can see the discussion they shouldn't.

You haven't struck a nerve, i just hate misinformation in the sports/fitness industry. There is far too much information as is.

Also you've gone a bit quite about the GDAs now.
Jordcrop19/05/2020 17:11

I don't take any BCAAS, just creatine, vegan protein, omega 3s, magnesium …I don't take any BCAAS, just creatine, vegan protein, omega 3s, magnesium and methylated b vitamins. I prefer a public discussion, means people who may have considered taking bodge supplements can see the discussion they shouldn't. You haven't struck a nerve, i just hate misinformation in the sports/fitness industry. There is far too much information as is.Also you've gone a bit quite about the GDAs now.


I agree on the misinformed part and it's great that i know strom is a brand built on morals and everything sells itself backed up by the labels And end result.

but GDA's must be this big elaborate scam by the industry... Or just a product category designed to help people reach certain goals.

Its a heavily respected product in the industry if you like it or not.

But let me guess "IM RIGHT THEIR WRONG"

What's the negative of optimised use of glycogen?

I like the bit where you say meth lab of website, that's really misinformed in itself is it not?

I've already stated the benefits of a GDA

I know there's people on here that use GDA's already but don't exactly have great labels.
Edited by: "Jordan_Taylor" 19th May
Jordan_Taylor19/05/2020 17:20

I agree on the misinformed part and it's great that i know strom is a …I agree on the misinformed part and it's great that i know strom is a brand built on morals and everything sells itself backed up by the labels And end result. but GDA's must be this big elaborate scam by the industry... Or just a product category designed to help people reach certain goals. Its a heavily respected product in the industry if you like it or not. What's the negative of optimised use of glycogen? I like the bit where you say meth lab of website, that's really misinformed in itself is it not? I've already stated the benefits of a GDA I know there's people on here that use GDA's already but don't exactly have great labels.


The negative is that there is scientifically proven optimised use of glycogen? If you want to maximise muscle glycogen stores then you generally want to eat high carb the day before competing and eat a high GI breakfast before competing. If you cant eat while competing then opt for low GI carbohydrates for a more sustained release glucose.

To be honest you probably don't even need to worry that much unless you engage in sports lasting over 2.5hours although if you really want to maximise glycogen stores for sports lasting 1-2.5hours then 30-60g/h will suffice.
Jordcrop19/05/2020 16:32

Firstly, you don't need to worry about insulin sensitivity if you are …Firstly, you don't need to worry about insulin sensitivity if you are physically active, dont eat a ridiculously high fat diet and aren't diabetic. Secondly, worrying about insulin is really worrying about far too small of a detail in the grand scheme, unless you are diabetic. Thirdly, the studies you have linked are in diabetic populations only, from what i have checked. So unless you're recommending diabetics ditch their metformin and take some dodgy concoction from a meth lab of a website then i really don't know the purpose of this product.


Well this is nonsense, substituting a high fat diet for a high carb diet has been shown in numerous studies to drastically lower insulin sensitivity and REVERSE type 2 diabetes.

Please stop propagating myths and false information.
Curlyman8319/05/2020 20:37

Well this is nonsense, substituting a high fat diet for a high carb diet …Well this is nonsense, substituting a high fat diet for a high carb diet has been shown in numerous studies to drastically lower insulin sensitivity and REVERSE type 2 diabetes.Please stop propagating myths and false information.

You're correct the first part, high fat diets do lower insulin sensitivity... Which would make you insulin resistant . And insulin resistance can lead to diabetes.

High fat diet decreases insulin sensitivity
pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/266…02/

High fat diet causes insulin resistance
ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc…21/

High fat diet induces hepatic insulin resistance
journals.plos.org/plo…274

Controlled high fat diet reduces insulin sensitivity in women
sciencedirect.com/sci…804
Jordcrop19/05/2020 22:22

You're correct the first part, high fat diets do lower insulin …You're correct the first part, high fat diets do lower insulin sensitivity... Which would make you insulin resistant . And insulin resistance can lead to diabetes.High fat diet decreases insulin sensitivityhttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26615402/High fat diet causes insulin resistancehttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2409421/High fat diet induces hepatic insulin resistancehttps://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0128274Controlled high fat diet reduces insulin sensitivity in womenhttps://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0026049598900804


Sorry. Got my wires crossed. I meant high fat/low carb diets INCREASE insulin sensitivity.

It’s interesting to note that the studies you link all include Carbs as a large proportion of the diets...high fat alongside high carbs is a disastrous combination.

The benefits of high fat / low carb diets for diabetics have been known for years...

diabetes.co.uk/die…tml

google.co.uk/amp…132

The sad thing is, everybody is blaming the fatties for the health crisis on this planet, when studies have shown that 40% of average weight people are also suffering from metabolic dysfunction. This leads, in the end, to whopping numbers of thin people suffering from diabetes too.
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