Biotest

Indigo-3G without Plazma or Surge


#1

As stated in the subject can I use Indigo-3G without Plazma or Surge? I understand the results would not be as optimal, but would the results still be worth it. Biotest’s supplements aren’t cheap, I do not currently have the money to shell out on both Indigo-3G/Plazma/Mag-10 and have been eyeing on using Indigo-3G for a good year. I do not take much supplements besides protein powder, fish oil, and a multi-vitamin. Below I have included a sample schedule of what my day is like, where would I incorporate my servings of Indigo-3G?

7am Wake up

12pm 1st Meal

3:30-4:30 (varies) Begin Lifting

PWOshake after usually around 5:30-6pm

7pm Last Meal

I should probably note that I follow intermittent fasting, is that a problem incorporating that with Indigo-3G? I will be adding more carbs/meals when I do finally take Indigo-3G, but this is a rough sketch of my daily routine that I have been following for the past few months.


#2
  1. Consider <a href="http://www.t-nation.com/store/products/surge-workout-fuel"target=“new”>Surge Workout Fuel instead of Plazma and Mag-10. It’s been recently upgraded so while it’s “budget” workout nutrition, it’s darn effective. Perhaps that would allow you use Indigo-3G with good workout nutrition that includes pre and intra.

  2. If not, have Indigo-3G 15 minutes before your post-workout drink / post-workout meal.

  3. Indigo-3G fixes all the underlying issues that makes people have to use I.F., so personally I don’t see doing both together, especially since Indigo allows you to eat more, including carbs. Why take a powerful nutrient partitioning agent then restrict nutrients for a big part of the day? That’s always been thoughts at least. I’m sure Indigo helps a great deal during the evening feeding time otherwise.


#3

[quote]Chris Shugart wrote:

  1. Consider <a href="http://www.T-Nation.com/store/products/surge-workout-fuel"target=“new”>Surge Workout Fuel instead of Plazma and MAG-10. It’s been recently upgraded so while it’s “budget” workout nutrition, it’s darn effective. Perhaps that would allow you use Indigo-3G with good workout nutrition that includes pre and intra.

  2. If not, have Indigo-3G 15 minutes before your post-workout drink / post-workout meal.

  3. Indigo-3G fixes all the underlying issues that makes people have to use I.F., so personally I don’t see doing both together, especially since Indigo allows you to eat more, including carbs. Why take a powerful nutrient partitioning agent then restrict nutrients for a big part of the day? That’s always been thoughts at least. I’m sure Indigo helps a great deal during the evening feeding time otherwise. [/quote]

  4. I will strongly consider it, as I want to reap the full benefits of Indigo-3G and will be having my first cycle last 3 months.

  5. Does this mean that I should have all 6 capsules 15 minutes before my post-workout meal/plan. Or should I have I split it up in two doses 1 in the morning before lunch, and 1 as you recommended.

  6. If this is what you would recommend, then I shall heed your advice. Being a former heavier/husky kid, its been tough to get lean and now that I am relatively there I don’t want to lose it. I hear great things about this product, and am willing to jump both feet in to reap the full benefits.


#4

Thanks Again Mr. Shugart! Really appreciate your time and words of wisdom, look forwarding to logging my progress in a few months.


#5

No, don’t split the serving size, follow label.

Indigo-3G is by far the best supplement for former “husky” folks who seem to have lingering issues with easy fat gain, carbs, etc. Personally, I tried every dieting trick in the book, from fasting to Paleo, and nothing “fixed” all those underlying issues from once being overweight like Indigo-3G.


#6

[quote]Chris Shugart wrote:
No, don’t split the serving size, follow label.

Indigo-3G is by far the best supplement for former “husky” folks who seem to have lingering issues with easy fat gain, carbs, etc. Personally, I tried every dieting trick in the book, from fasting to Paleo, and nothing “fixed” all those underlying issues from once being overweight like Indigo-3G.

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Will follow to a tee Mr.Shugart! Thanks for your time, really looking forward to seeing the results.