IGF-1 levels near 500?

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    IGF-1 levels near 500?


    Yet I still seem to gain muscle relatively slow, and am very thin? ( at least in my opinion ).

    Is this how it should be? I would've thought with high IGF-1 levels you would gain rapidly.

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    How did you get such high IGF-1 levels? That level is almost unattainable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BEASTZ6 View Post
    How did you get such high IGF-1 levels? That level is almost unattainable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Fox View Post
    Yet I still seem to gain muscle relatively slow, and am very thin? ( at least in my opinion ).

    Is this how it should be? I would've thought with high IGF-1 levels you would gain rapidly.
    Yes it's a slow process .
    If you want quick go the anabolics route.
  

  
 

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