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Reddit reviews on Life Extension Two Per Day 120 Capsules

Sentiment score: 3
Reddit mentions: 4

We found 4 Reddit mentions of Life Extension Two Per Day 120 Capsules. Here are the top ones.

4 times more vitamin DMore than twice as much niacin, zinc, and many other nutrients8 times more vitamin C

Found 4 comments on Life Extension Two Per Day 120 Capsules:

u/FauxVitae · 1 pointr/MGTOW

Don't worry man, picture the Adonis body you will have, keep at it.
Diet AND Exercise

Muscle is metabolically active tissue - meaning it burns calories, so gaining muscle is great. More muscle = more testosterone = feeling great! It's a lifestyle.Eat clean, to give you an idea, some of my core foods are:

Carbohydrates (Complex): Basmati rice / brown rice, oats, canned mixed beans

Vegetables (Fiber): 500g of stir fry vegetables (frozen) or broccoli (frozen), bananas, blueberries (frozen)

Fats: extra virgin olive oil (monounsaturated fats), coconut oil (saturated fats) and fish oil tablets (omega 3 / polyunsaturated), 85% - 90% dark chocolate

Protein: red lentils, sardines, tofu, peanut butter, black beans, protein powder

Supplements: Fish oil, creatine monohydrate, beta alanine, a good multivitamin

I'm generous with the olive oil, you don't need a diet that is so strict, I aim for 3500 calories a day because I'm bulking, though I workout generally 6 days a week and only have an off-day if I feel my body needs it. Count your calories with a calorie counter and PLAN YOUR MEALS, I cook most of my meals the day before or in the morning. Cheat days on some/weekends are okay, you might want pizza or something, it's always nice.

u/BlackWinging · 1 pointr/weightroom

This for a more minimalistic approach, has the things most people are lacking in their diet in good dosages and forms.

Source Naturals and Life Extension both have more comprehensive formulas, though I'd cut the dosage by half for both, makes it more cost effective and for a lot of the vitamins you really don't need that much and Multi's are really more of a safety net anyways.

u/sym3try · 1 pointr/Supplements

Here's what I am looking at:

  • Multivitamin (LEF 2-Per-Day Capsules)
  • Fish Oil (LEF)
  • Vitamins D + K (LEF)

    I will probably pick up some cheap 5-HTP and Rhodiola form NOW just to try out.

    I am wondering if I will be getting too much Vitamin D from this as the multi has 2,000UI and the D+K has 5,000UI... The multi doesn't have K and that D+K supplement looks pretty good, especially with the added Iodine... does this combo look like I might be overdoing it?
u/cjunky2 · 1 pointr/Fitness

I agree with optimum nutrition for whey, and check out this multivitamin

https://www.amazon.com/Life-Extension-Two-Day-Capsules/dp/B00B35A7YU?th=1

It has very good absorbancy and has a lot more stuff in it than others. Note when you're comparing it with others that a serving with these is 2 capsules.