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@royston see I agree teens should not take test boosters as your levels are not a limiting factor so there is no reason to try and manipulate them. Also it's not really a category in general I am very high on, here's a vid we did on them. Hope this helps.
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over the  counter test boosters dont work. fact
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+Shae Costello We are thinking about starting one up again. Thank you for the feedback.
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1.6 grams per kilo of bodyweight.  everyone thank me plz
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Good vid Suneet, those comments are hilarious, just demonstrates lots of tribal thinking and lack of critical thinking. People often think in terms of false dichotomies because it's much easier for them to dismiss things rather than consider nuance and critical thinking.
While I think Congress calling him out is a joke in so far as it's not their role and most of them are hypocrites in so far as their decisions are not evidence based, blind defense of him is equally silly and does not equate to him being right. Hopefully videos like yours will continue to influence the discussion and help people stop and ask relevant questions before reaching broad sweeping conclusions. We have made videos trying to get people to slow their role on his recommendations and have incentive to sell his stuff yet when we make videos explaining what the actual evidence states look at the comments, funny thing is people still want to buy it after I tell them what the evidence states which is fine by me but shows how little some care about what I'm saying relative to Dr. Oz.
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They state that their formula (Litramine) is not just prickly pear, its a "unique fiber complex formulation that is the result of much research and effort by...."
Yet when I looked at the name and some of the research they were referencing on their product page they were citing research w/ Prickly Pear (although they refer to it as Opuntia ficus-indica which is just the species name for it). Bottom line is they marked this shit up to $40 for 60 tabs of fiber! I simply told people to calm down as its just a fiber supplement and if they really want to use it, its only $10 and w/o a caloric deficit you won't lose weight no matter what you take. I told them the vid is staying up and they need to prove where I'm wrong, I have not heard back :) 
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+Michael James Sure would, good catch yes he meant milligrams annotation added. Thank you
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@Abdullah Marafie In the video I used goal bodyweight to determine it to account for adaptation, you should use your current bodyweight to calculate your maintenance calories at that bodyweight. I used goal bodyweight to set a larger deficit and to account for metabolic resistance via efficiency on the way down. In this example it's ~7.5% difference. Either method will work assuming ones goal bodyweight is within reason :) Sorry for the confusion as I used the annotation to address it, below is a further explanation:
OK so here's how the 15/kcal/lb is arrived at, start w/ 10 kcal/lb and one calorie for each hour of training per week, for most it's ~5 hours per week so we use 15 * current bodyweight to get an estimate of maintenance calories. In this example 15 * 200 = 3000 kcal a 20% deficit would 0.8*3000 = 2400 kcal. Hope this clears it up.
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Hormonal clog? This is sad and only adds to the confusion for the uninformed in their quest (no pun intended) to become informed. It will lead to more people getting fed up and not knowing what info to trust and falsely believing there is not a right answer or believing in this calorie myth non-sense. Those stating that this is showing both sides of an argument miss the point, this is wrong. This is not an attempt to invoke a silly settled science argument rather there is not any valid evidence demonstrating the "calorie myth" so it does not warrant serious consideration.  
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@Austin Copley Depends upon your other macronutrient intake. Assuming your diet is eucaloric (maintenance level), a good start is the bro-ey 1g/lb of bodyweight. Hope this helps.
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@AF1R We see what you did there, good reference a classic for sure.
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