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Old 07-21-05, 06:53 AM   #1
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L-Argine, CoQ10 and whatever else..

Anyone who has decent belief in the scientific principle (not herbal wacko science based on someone's second cousin in Alaska....the tumor disappeared, yada, yada ).... I digress... anyone have an educated opinion on L-arginine (just an amino acid) and CoQ 10 or any other supplement (besides multivitamin) that is worth looking into for a fairly serious rider - about 100 miles/week. A healthy doc once told me at a minimum to take L-arginine, Co Q and maybe some vit E.... riding, sweating and wondering in Texas. Thanks!
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