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Old 08-30-2011, 07:54 PM   #1
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Chris > Storing of Results

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Just how important is it that I keep Results refrigerated and out of the sunlight?

During the day here in Texas, I have always tended to keep my supplements in my gym bag in my truck. Right now, that's in 100+ degree weather here, and of course it's hotter than that in the truck. I don't keep it directly in the sunlight (it's in a clear plastic container inside an opaque gym bag), but it's still hot in there.

Will I reduce/eliminate the benefits of Results by doing this?

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Old 08-30-2011, 10:52 PM   #2
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Re: Chris > Storing of Results

Humidity is the bigger issue. Is it humid there? If so, can you not keep it in your house?
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Re: Chris > Storing of Results

What I'm doing is separating out a few day's worth and keeping it in a canister in my gym bag so that I don't forget it. I go straight from work to the gym, so I really need to be able to keep some with me at work. I could, if I had to, take it out of my truck and keep it in my office, but then I'd have the chance of forgetting to take it back out of the office when I leave work. Easily the most convenient thing for me is to always just have a stash of it in my gym bag in my truck.

Depending on time of year, it can be very humid or not humid at all here. This time of year, it's not particularly humid. Either way, I would guess that the Results are reasonably well protected from the humidity by the canister and by being inside my bag inside my truck. I could even put a desiccant pack in there if it would help.

Thoughts? Also, should I have the same concern with Nitrean+ ?

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What I'm doing is separating out a few day's worth and keeping it in a canister in my gym bag so that I don't forget it. I go straight from work to the gym, so I really need to be able to keep some with me at work. I could, if I had to, take it out of my truck and keep it in my office, but then I'd have the chance of forgetting to take it back out of the office when I leave work. Easily the most convenient thing for me is to always just have a stash of it in my gym bag in my truck.

Depending on time of year, it can be very humid or not humid at all here. This time of year, it's not particularly humid. Either way, I would guess that the Results are reasonably well protected from the humidity by the canister and by being inside my bag inside my truck. I could even put a desiccant pack in there if it would help.

Thoughts? Also, should I have the same concern with Nitrean+ ?

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Ok, that's different. A couple of days won't hurt. If it is more than 2-3 days then I suggest you bring your back in to work with you (same with Nitrean+).
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Great. Thanks.

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