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How do you reverse Metabolic disorder?

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    How do you reverse Metabolic disorder?


    You join AM and learn what the f*ck is up and then do it!

    Thats right - I reversed Metabolic disorder!

    Diagnosed a couple years ago... didnt really do **** except cardio for a long time and dropped 50lbs. - still had Metabolic disorder.

    Then on April 22 of last year I joined AM... bought a Powerrack/freeweights/fid bench/db's. Read, read and read some more. Changed my diet, and started lifting hard.

    Just got some bloodwork results (wife is prego so they took some blood from me too when I told about the Metabolic issues).

    Results:

    Prior to AM: HDL 28 (>40)
    LDL I actually forget but high as fawk (<130)

    today: HDL 58 (>40)
    LDL 131 (<130)

    Still not perfect, I need to lower my LDL some still but what a change. All my other tests came back in normal range when a lot of other **** was out of whack too.

    So... Thanks Anabolic Minds!

    In addition - Im not even a year into lifting and:

    Bench start: 105 now 200
    Squat start: 155 now 315
    Dead start: 225 now 405
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    Quote Originally Posted by StangBanger
    You join AM and learn what the f*ck is up and then do it!

    Thats right - I reversed Metabolic disorder!

    Diagnosed a couple years ago... didnt really do **** except cardio for a long time and dropped 50lbs. - still had Metabolic disorder.

    Then on April 22 of last year I joined AM... bought a Powerrack/freeweights/fid bench/db's. Read, read and read some more. Changed my diet, and started lifting hard.

    Just got some bloodwork results (wife is prego so they took some blood from me too when I told about the Metabolic issues).

    Results:

    Prior to AM: HDL 28 (>40)
    LDL I actually forget but high as fawk (<130)

    today: HDL 58 (>40)
    LDL 131 (<130)

    Still not perfect, I need to lower my LDL some still but what a change. All my other tests came back in normal range when a lot of other **** was out of whack too.

    So... Thanks Anabolic Minds!

    In addition - Im not even a year into lifting and:

    Bench start: 105 now 200
    Squat start: 155 now 315
    Dead start: 225 now 405
    Good job man
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    Nice work

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