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    Questiong: Taking Dietary pills and a prohormone supplement together?

    Alright, so I am taking a dietary supplement to lose a little fat, its called CortiLess.. I also recently bought a pro-hormone supplement called T-bomb 2, wich has worked pretty well in previous trials. I am curious as to if taking them both together would hurt anything?

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    Looking at the ingredient list it doesn't look as though it should be problem. You should call their consumer affairs line just to make sure though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jthornez28
    its called CortiLess..
    Why do I think that is no good?
    Cortiless is probably like Cortislim, I think they all claim to reduce weight by reducing cortisol levels. Something that is just possile with some heavy drug.
    Are you having success with it ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jthornez28
    Alright, so I am taking a dietary supplement to lose a little fat, its called CortiLess.. I also recently bought a pro-hormone supplement called T-bomb 2, wich has worked pretty well in previous trials. I am curious as to if taking them both together would hurt anything?

    Thanks for the feed back, ahead of time.
    CortilLess is a complete waste of money. there is no medical study behind that supplement. taking 3 - 1 gram doses of Vitamin C a day has a greater effect on reducing baseline cortisol levels..
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    Yeah, I have had my doubts to about the product, im only trying to lose a few pounds. I am not sure how well it has worked yet, I just started my first dose yesterday but if it's any good I'll post results.

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