Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by ACURA TL-S, May 4, 2005.
Or is it all psychological.
I am to lazy to look up actual studies on the subject.
ur eyes be made up of it. so good for the eyes
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what did that answer?
it's probably all psychological. I've been taking 1000mg for a pretty long time and don't know what it's doing.
you said you were too lazy to look up for studies on it, i gotcha the studies. now read up
to me, doesn't really matter if it's psychological. physiological or psych, if it "works," by all means...
when i was a kid, my lil sis was terrified of dogs, so i gave her these little beads and told her they were special and that if she threw them at a dog she was scared of, it would back off... and she stopped getting scared
but then again, it would have been pretty bad if she had thrown them at a pitbull and gotten mauled...
that thought just popped in my head, dogs don't like shit thrown at them