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  1. J

    DHT Causes Hair Loss, You Sure About That?

    In the past I've heard georgi say dht actually grows hair and its high in hair loss sufferers because oestrogen is too high. He also says taurine grows hair better than finastride, note this study was in an insect less than the size of an ant. I have never seen any case report with proof than...
  2. haidut

    Blocking Cortisol May Treat Even Terminal Cancers

    The metabolic causes of cancer are slowly starting to be recognized, and especially the role of cortisol. I recently did a post on the role of cortisol in triple-negative breast cancer and the protective effects of androgens such as DHT. Now, mainstream medicine does not deny that androgens have...
  3. haidut

    Exercise + Fasting Is Stress, Causes Obesity And IR, And Requires Cortisol Blockade To Reverse

    I think this thread will ring true for all people who at some in their lives exercised in order to lose weight. Just like fasting, it works great in younger age (<30) but it really masks a bigger metabolic problem and of course badly backfired in the long run. Exercise is a forced/stressed...
  4. haidut

    Structural Requirements For An Optimal Anti-Catabolic Steroid

    This post will be a bit long, but I hope it is worth it. I think @Jsaute21 and @dand will find it highly interesting but the information here applies just as much to females wishing to preserve lean tissue and prevent the catabolism that often occurs with aging. Here we go. Lately, I have been...
  5. haidut

    Progesterone May Be Able To Reverse Drug-induced Abortion

    I am posting this purely out of scientific interest. Not interested in joining the abortion debate in any way. Apparently, when progesterone is given in higher doses soon after the abortion pill, many women will not proceed to abort the fetus and will give birth to a healthy offspring. The...
  6. haidut

    Aspirin, Doxycycline, Lysine And RU486 Combo Prevents Cancer Metastases

    Yet another confirmation that there is general change of direction in cancer research after the complete failure of the "War on Cancer" since it first started in the 19070s. The journal OncoTarget where this study was published is one of the bastions of "cut, poison, burn" dogma. More...
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