REGISTER HEREChoose your platform below: What would adding in mg of DHEA do? Good or bad idea? Originally Posted by Presa. Less is best when dealing with hormones.
Sten (testosterone cypionate & propionate + DHEA) Prop, Cyp, DHEA
Choose your platform below: What would adding in mg of DHEA do? Good or bad idea? Originally Posted by Presa. Less is best when dealing with hormones. Each time you monipulate one it effects others. Think about this, you are still producing endo test to some degree unless you were castrated? Simply adding exo-test does not "fill in" these processes as you will be impacting your HPTA. In cases when Test fails to make people feel "normal" or like they felt as young adults or whenever T levels were optimal for that person , then perhaps DHEA and PREG can be of some help.
Originally Posted by Whacked. I am thinking of doing the saame and it's been a long time since I've seen pulse-methods implemented. Also, what form of transdermal magnesium are you using? I have tried sulfate and chloride. I would be interested to know your thoughts on anything differentiating the two. Everything I have heard on them is mostly subjective i. Originally Posted by bdcc. The only people I know who supplement with transdermal magnesium are hard training athletes and are almost guaranteed to have low Mg levels to begin with.
Any reason you prefer citrate over other chelated forms, taurate, fumarate, glycinate, orotate etc? The only good one I can find has additives that I could care less for saw palmetto, etc. Originally Posted by The Matrix. I have done several years of nutritional on Doctors patients and clients. Magnesium citrate does not increase RBC levels of magnesium. My colleague Morley Robbins who is known as "magnesium man" has over 30 years in clinical research into magnesium.
I use liposomal magnesium from another colleague DR Ben Lynch which has been shown to work just as effective as IV in some people. Depending on the absorption issue I ay use magnesium chloride foot baths to by pass the GI tract. It really depends on the case and current situation. Magnesium citrate is a laxative. I am not a medical Dr, please keep in mind that this answer is for information purposes only, and is not intended to diagnose, treat or replace sound medical advice from your physician or health care provider.
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