Becoming A Man With Peat And Haidut

Discussion in 'Testimonials' started by tyler, Nov 15, 2016.

  1. Jsaute21

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    Good stuff bud. You've never dabbled with thyroid eh?
     
  2. Douglas Ek

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    Never dabbled with any exogenous hormones
     
  3. Jsaute21

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    @Douglas Ek Gotcha. That was my vantage point but the side effects with thyroid, dhea seem pretty miniscule if dosed responsibly. Regardless, you have clearly overcame your low T naturally, so cheers.
     
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    A lot of people leave this place for good when they cure their health problems. Can't say I blame them, but it what it is. He is probably busy enjoying life.
     
  5. Douglas Ek

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    Absolutely. Me myself is still interested in exogenous hormones specially after finding ideal labs. I'm all about improving my own health

    Besides I want to learn as much as possible because the human biology is a big interest of mine. Also it amazes me how wrong main stream society is about what's healthy and not. Just take the example of saturated fats vs pufa. We know that our own bodies and other animals mainly consist of saturated fat, mothers milk is mostly saturated fat. Plants who don't have any blood to keep them warm and fish which live in cold water don't have any need for saturated fat that tolerates heat. They can have pufa without oxiation. But why would we humans say PUFA is good for us? It's so ******* stupid
     
  6. Douglas Ek

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    Same goes for carbs and sugar saying that glucose our cells main fuel is bad for us.
    And hyping eating plant based diets and salads. Working out 5 days a week and consuming protein shakes. Where is the energy in that when you're working out as much as people do. It's complete madness and It's bound to give everyone high cortisol and low testosterone
     
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    Also the fact that cholestrol is something bad is fudged up as hell. Google brain nutrient profile and it's like the most cholestrol dense food there is. Not that you should eat brain but my point is that obviously the brain needs a lot of cholestrol obviously for synthesising neurosteroids like pregnenolone, progesterone and DHEA
     
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    Amen brother. I had some beers out last night, and started to think "this isn't good for me in 20 degree weather." Then i realized how saturated everyone else around me is in PUFA, wheat, estrogen etc. and realized i think i will be ok, lol. Not a great way to think, but effective when analyzing how truly unhealthy society around us is.
     
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    Yea, I end up thinking the same way. I have a hard time energy-wise training (1.5 hrs last night). The group on the mat had no problems and went out for beers and scotch (w no food) afterwards. I try to tell myself, they have energy but they're in chronic lipolysis--no doubt about it. :hungover: Maybe I'm just deluded.
     
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    @Douglas Ek Where do you get your magnesium glycinate from? Thanks
     
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    @Douglas Ek You remind me a lot of @James IV I'm not sure if you have seen his posts, he's left now so you might have missed him, but you might find some of the things he says interesting. I think @Brian also had a similar mindset to you.
     
  12. Douglas Ek

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    That's how everyone think man. That everyone around you have energy except yourself. There's some rare cases of people who can go ans
    Bulkpowders has tabletts i like 500mg magnesium bisglycinate 60 tabs for like 9 dollars. I dont really bother about supplements having some fillers and stuff like tabletts usually do. But they also have just pure magnesium glycinate powder. Some supplements i just prefer taking as a tablett instead of mixing with oj or something like that. Bulk powders are actually pretty good they have loads of supps and usually in the most absorbable forms for fairly cheap. I buy my glycine, taurine and creatine from them. Can vouche for them. Their powders taste like the supplements are supposed to and I can defo feel the effects from glycine and taurine on my sleep.
     
  13. Douglas Ek

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    Yeah interesting ill check em out thanks for the tip
     
  14. Wagner83

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    How comes his name does not pop up in the search function?
     
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    Due to inactivity. If you click the search icon it quickly pulls his name up.
     
  16. Wagner83

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    Ok, I'm not sure I understand what you mean with the last part, his name isn't predicted if I type "ty" in the "posted by" box, but tyw is (he was active only two months after tyler).
     
  17. charlie

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    It only caches the name till a certain amount of time. After that it wont show in the auto-fill but it is still easily searchable.
     
  18. Wagner83

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    Ok thanks!
     
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    Bahahahahahaha
     
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    How much ya squat big guy?
     
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