If you're recommending 8 tabs per day for most people,
what dosage would you recommend for older, lighter
guys (51 years old, 155 pounds)?
The same? Less?
The same. You could start with a half dose if you like. Stolle recommends 2g per day of MicroLactin (TM) but we feel that a 4g per day dose is optimal. We could have recommended a lower daily dose and saved ourselves a lot of money, but we truly feel the 4g dose is best.
It would be simple enough to use the 2g per day dose and judge your own results and only increase if you felt it necessary.
I think you should definitely dive the product a go. I am not going to claim this in any ads, but I have felt like using the product has stripped 10 years from my body. I truly feel more like I did in my mid 20s when using the product. Take that for what it is worth, an unproven claim that is just my personal opinion.
Thanks, I plan to order this when I order more of your other products; any chance of a promo, like when you had a deal for creatine and Opticen?Originally Posted by chris mason
Chris, I think this thread has been fully answered so i hope nobody minds if I slightly hijack it...
I'm wondering if the product will be made into a cheaper powder form. I assume caps are more expensive to manufacture? I only ask because I get tired of popping caps, I'm not so good at it *LOL* I'd rather just add the mix to a drink like I do with creatine.
Obviously 2 or 4g isn't much in cap or powder form so there would be a concern over some of it adhering to the side of a cup or whatever, but I figure the cost benefit would make up for it? Any plans for this?
Why not just dump the cap into your drink?
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its a question of cost savingsOriginally Posted by Anthony
We might offer it in such a form in the future Geoff.
Richard, not in the near future. This product is not sold by anyone else in the sports supplement market, works really well, and is not something we plan to discount. Trust me when I say that when the word gets out on this product we will be hard pressed to keep up with the demand.