Question- Will erase change the way my body naturally produces testosterone or levels of anything else? do I have to worry about any type of post cycle drop off in levels? I'm non stimulant now, this is not a stimulant correct?
is there any possibility that after coming off erase, estrogen levels bounce back too much due to your body trying to rebalance it? might be a stupid question but Im not really skilled in this kind of stuff
I am a 40 year old male and have had previous weight loss success with 7-Keto supplements. My ? is this, are there different types of 7-Keto. The one I have used in the past was 7-Keto (DHEA Acetate-7-one) dosed twice daily @ 100mg each. Erase contains Androst-3,5-dien-7,17-dione @ 25 mg each. Are these different types of 7-Keto or are they all the same stated differently. If they are different can someone please eloborate how these versions are different.
No worries guys. Basically, PES is not shipping the product out to stores. We had them directly shipped from the manufacturer. We asked for it to be shipped express to stores, but low and behold, that request was not fulfilled so it was shipped ground. Our manufacturer is in California, and Nutraplanet is in Georgia. That is why there has been a delay, along with the Holiday on Monday. All will be well!
tis a bummer-but good things come to those who wait!!!!
I really don't know why I can't find an answer to this question (searched here and on other forums and there is no specific answer given by PES), but what is the dosing protocol recommended for ERASE?
I'm thinking of taking 3/day as follows:
1 with breakfast
1 with dinner
but will be starting the first week or two as:
1 with breakfast
Is there another recommendation by the PES reps?
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I really wanted to PM you with this question but I figured I'd just post it in here. I couldn't find an official Erase thread (or didn't look in the Supplement header, lol) so I figured I'd just ask this in the company's section.
My question is kind of complex and I hope to not get flamed for this. For the longest time I have wanted to run an AI but did not want to go the steroidal route. After learning more about human nature and the biochemical aspect of it, I was wondering how is this claimed to be a natural/non-hormonal product? The way I see it is, if it has a typical steroidal structure, then I find it to be, well, steroidal. Now a lot of compounds are claimed to be naturally-occuring; so by this statement I assume that the active compound in Erase naturally occurs in the body, yes?
Now seeing as this is a 7-Keto DHEA metabolite, I'm assuming 7-Keto DHEA occurs naturally as well, right? Now testosterone and HGH both occur naturally as well, but we all know that 1) it's illegal to have without a prescription and 2) it cannot be used like typical supplements because of obvious reasons and complications
So with this said, just because a compound occurs naturally in the body, that compound in the product itself wasn't obtained naturally, is this correct? Erase's active was synthesized in a lab (like all steroids), right? See this is the question/concern I've been trying to find answers to for the longest time but cannot find anything conclusive that helps me understand the concept. What's the difference between naturally-occurring steroids and the ones that aren't? Do the one's that don't occur naturally play a different biological role? Like, do they illicit more side effects than naturally-occurring one's because it is foreign to body? Taking all of this into perspective, are naturally-occurring compounds (steroidal) deemed more natural than the ones that don't occur naturally? Because once again, it's not like saying testosterone would be deemed more natural than creatine, even though both compounds occur-naturally. But what is natural really? Even if something is synthesized, does it all of sudden become fake or unnatural? The elements, catalysts and reaction solutions used to synthesize didn't just come out of nowhere. I'm sure I'm going completely out of topic now.
I'm pretty much asking, just because the active is naturally occurring, it will not necessarily be allowed in some competitive organizations, right? But what's funny to me is that a lot of natural competitive organizations do allow 7-Keto DHEA as well 7-OH (7-hydroxy DHEA) and 5-AT (androstenetriol). My question then is, would this specific 7-Keto DHEA metabolite allowed in the same organizations that allow the latter compounds? Or would I have to contact the organization(s) directly to confirm the status?
This is why I'm pretty damn eager to give Triazole a try. As far as the research goes, none of the compounds seem to be steroidal in structure and people have been getting damn near PH/DS results; that's good enough for me. But Erase looks so promising as well that I don't want to leave it out of the picture. Sorry natty if I kind of skewed the thread on this but I'm just trying to get down to the bottom of it.
I answered in bold above. Do not take offense to anything. Just when answering science based questions I have no nice way of putting things. Thats why no one ever liked studying with me in college
Also I did not proofread a single word and I type faster than my brain works so Im sure they are all over