well maybe i should give you guys a little back ground before you totally rip me a new one. I was a stick at 6'4" 165 lbs after a bad motorcycle accident. I have a hip and knee replacement and was learning to walk again after almost 2 years in a wheel chair. I also have crohns disease which is what led me to AAS is the first place as it helped with protein synthesis.
Its very hard to keep food down with crohns or to assimulate all the nutrients you eat. Im lucky to get 3k calories through food and not sh!t or throw it all up. I try to drink a gallon of whole mil a day for an extra 2400 calories. Being that its liquid, it actually doesnt mess wth my lower GI tract too much.
Im finally to the point to where I can squat over 300 without pain. Deadlifts are still a bit painful at 300+ but with a hip replacement and herniated discs i feel im doing pretty well.
Bonez I alway appreciate your straight forward ,no holds barred advice but i really didnt ask anyone to critque my results with aas use. A simple question about blends out of curiousity and if anyone has had any personal experience with them.
BUt thanks for lighting me up anyway lol