- 12-09-2006, 02:58 PM
I have done many searches and cannot find an answer to my question. So, here goes.
I have read the uptake of 1-t, 4ad,1ad(the latter two converting to 1-test) is controlled by a certain 5 alpha enzyme the body produces. Is this a finite amount that is controlled by genetics or can it be manipulated through supplementation or diet?
Is there any way to increase the uptake of 1-t(or test) by increasing this 5-alpha enzyme produced in my lab rats body?
- 12-09-2006, 03:38 PM
I dont think that there is a need to manipulate the enzyme because 1test is already active. 1AD on the other hand is rate limited.
12-10-2006, 11:26 AM
I thought i read here, that 1-t uptake itself is controlled by an enzyme, and that there is only so much 1-t the body will take on.
I am not a doctor or specialist in this area, but i know a few guys on here are.
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