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One of the few direct studies with P5 in-vivo, though that may be changing as I noticed the rate of articles on P5 has been rising over the last 5-6 years. This study used four (4) administrations of P5, at a HED of just 0.3mg/kg, 1, 6, 12, and 18 hours after the (ischemic) stroke was caused...
When you first look at the study, it seems a fairly benign and almost irrelevant finding. In fact, the study authors try to present it just as such, as they are probably unaware of the implications of their findings. What is more, the study authors call for revision of the health standards in...
A humans study, which once again confirms the detrimental effect of soy on muscles. According to the authors, the effect is likely due to the estrogenic properties of soy.
Btw, the high dairy protein group had the biggest increase in strength gain.
1. Does any of you know if the body can covert progesterone from progesterone cream or Progest-e to cortisol?
Can cortisol level increase with excess progesterone from Progest-e?
2. Or can the body covert supplemental pregnenelone to cortisol or estrogen?