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Unread 08-10-2013, 03:34 PM
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Bought it, loved it, enough said.

http://examine.com/testimonials/

http://examine.com/store/reference/

Puts shame to all other supplement information sources
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Bought it, loved it, enough said.

http://examine.com/testimonials/

http://examine.com/store/reference/

Puts shame to all other supplement information sources
I search supplement info on Examine.com all the time and usually find what I'm looking for. What more can I expect from the book? Basically I'm just not getting what extra's does the book provide.

Why buy the guide when I can find everything I need (I think?) on examine.com??
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Unread 03-13-2014, 04:04 PM
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Exactly... I don't know how can the book be worth the money with All the free info on the site
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Offline access and fully searchable text is a nice advantage, but you are missing the big sell point here: reverse search from goals/symptoms to supplements.

I.e. For hair loss, lean mass building, fatigue, failling, etc.. you can see which drugs/food items have data on them and to what degree. Both on and off the site.

Not to mention since the site is ad free, you are supporting them.

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Offline access and fully searchable text is a nice advantage, but you are missing the big sell point here: reverse search from goals/symptoms to supplements.

I.e. For hair loss, lean mass building, fatigue, failling, etc.. you can see which drugs/food items have data on them and to what degree. Both on and off the site.

Not to mention since the site is ad free, you are supporting them.
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Offline access and fully searchable text is a nice advantage, but you are missing the big sell point here: reverse search from goals/symptoms to supplements.

I.e. For hair loss, lean mass building, fatigue, failling, etc.. you can see which drugs/food items have data on them and to what degree. Both on and off the site.

Not to mention since the site is ad free, you are supporting them.
Didnt miss the sell point, I just dont think its that big of a deal. Might buy this just to support them though, thats a good point; Ive learned alot from them for free
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Bought it, loved it, enough said.

http://examine.com/testimonials/

http://examine.com/store/reference/

Puts shame to all other supplement information sources
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