In addition to the CrazyStack I planned on creatine(undecided on brand) Animal Pak multivitamin, high quality fish/krill oil, beta-alanine, arachidonic acid, aromatase inhibitor, and anti-catabolic. I haven’t been able to do extensive research on the ingredients in the CrazyStack so is there anything I can eliminate from my list so I’m not doubling up on the same supplements? I’m the type that would rather spend the extra money on the highest quality product it’s just so difficult sifting through all of the false advertising and marketing BS. I mean who doesn’t want to get the most bang for the buck? Thanks for any advice given.
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