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I was doing some research and found this interesting blog post from someone who had a bad experience with GcMAF:-
Just want to tell that since I stopped Gc Maf I improved a lot from where I was. In a week al side effects dissapeared except the deep, long sleep, but I see that as 'repairing time' for my body, so actually as a good thing. Last week I had a very good week and was able to go to a wedding, just city hall and church, but that was really nice. I had a big crash the two days after, but I'm used to that.
I enjoy my Gc Maf break but I'm allready looking forward to start again because I believe I can expect more improvement from this stuff.