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Starting Indigo-3G Full Dose

#1

Hey, I just started Indigo on full dose. I know I saw it on here somewhere but can’t find it - things to avoid while taking full dose of indigo, foods, supps, etc?

#2

Quercetin and other compounds (anthocyanins and anthocyanidins) may either inhibit or diminish the effects of <a href="http://www.t-nation.com/store/products/indigo-3g"target=“new”>Indigo-3G. It’s best to totally avoid concentrated sources while using full dose Indigo-3G. For most people, that just means avoiding “greens” type supplements and tea.

#3

Thanks Chris. Sweet potato and Avacado have some Anthocyanins, should I take those out of my diet completely?

#4

You don’t have to take any whole food out of your diet, just avoid concentrated sources of certain things right around the same time you take Indigo-3G. So, as long as you’re not making smoothies with 12 avocados each and drinking them with Indigo, you’re good to go. Sweet potatoes are a favorite among Indigo-3G users bumping up their clean carbs. No worries.

#5

Ok. So I know its recommended to spread out the dose by 6 hours. Does that mean that after 6 hours it doesn’t work any more until you take another serving?

#6

[quote]sbish8 wrote:
Ok. So I know its recommended to spread out the dose by 6 hours. Does that mean that after 6 hours it doesn’t work any more until you take another serving? [/quote]

Indigo-3G, taken for a full cycle, can have very long-lasting, perhaps even permanent, effects as dysfunctional fat cells are “fixed.” Plus the gene expression of a single dose lasts over 10-12 hours. The original Indigo article gets into the details: <a href="http://www.t-nation.com/free_online_article/most_recent/indigo3g_repartitions_nutrients_into_muscle_instead_of_fat"target=“new”>Original Indigo-3G Article But the immediate effects last about 6 hours per dose.