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Dave
As per my last instalment on Lantus which you can find HERE , Lantus is a long acting version of insulin that takes about an hour to work and lasts for about 24-36 hours. In the previous article I spoke about using high doses of Lantus for very short periods of time (1-2 days per...
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One of the more common questions I am asked is the differences between insulin and Metformin and how each could be used to mitigate HGH induced insulin resistance. Here is a response from me today when a reader asked the following questions below. I thought it was worth sharing my response for today’s post. Maybe...
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Metformin has been around in mainstream medicine since the 1950’s and is arguably one of the most well researched medications in history. The safety profile for Metformin is considered excellent among diabetics, of which is a very unhealthy population. In a nut shell, Metformin reduces the amount of glucose your liver releases into your blood....
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In the United States, this idea is one that is commonly used among many nuanced bodybuilders. Let’s begin with a definition of what Lantus is and what it does in the body. Lantus is a long acting form of exogenous insulin that takes about an hour to work after subcutaneous administration and will last for...
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  A number of subscribers complain of struggling with appetite. We all know that if we cannot eat sufficient macro and micronutrients, we cannot gain an ounce of muscle no matter how many drugs we take. This issue is underrated. This issue is one in the “I eat heaps but can’t gain any weight” camp....
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  For those of you unaware, the late and great alias by the name of DatBtrue, was a man that ran a semi-secret, invites only forum for serious PED hobbyists and enthusiasts, which many will argue, contained the best advice on the interenet surrounding the use of performance enhancement medications. He was particularly famous for...
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  A blood test is something we all should do regularly if we are using performance enhancing drugs. I do not think anyone in the know would disagree with that. The next question is what blood tests should we get? In another article on the forum, this is explained and you can read about that...
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  Science used to be reserved for the nerds, but now science is making its way into the mainstream. It is cool to be a science geek now—and marketers know all about that. I am happy science is spreading into the mainstream, but what we want to concern ourselves with is good science, not bad...
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Trenbolone, like all anabolic steroids is a derivative of testosterone. Trenbolone is part of the 19-nor family and is…wait, should I just stop right here? Raise your hand if you have read every Trenbolone article there is that introduces the anabolic steroid just as I have begun too. I know, we know—and we do not...
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  An anabolic steroid that does not aromatise any estrogen-like metabolites, but still can cause gyno? How? A question that comes up often enough. How does Anadrol cause gynecomastia if it does not aromatise at all? The anadrol gyno situation is quite unique in the sense that there is no aromatisation, rather the anadrol itself...
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