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    I have a few questions.


    I've learned alot these last few years and I have some questions.

    Why does insulin get the blame for fat storage? Why do people still use the glycemic index considering your body will have the same insulin response from oatmeal as icecream?


    What is a good reason for a natural athlete to take an ai Especally due to low estrogen meaning low igf1 levels which is one major pathway of muscle growth?
    Also note it takes about 1.5 to 2x the normal e2 to see water retention.

    Why spike protein with additional amino acids?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pyrobatt View Post

    What is a good reason for a natural athlete to take an ai Especally due to low estrogen meaning low igf1 levels which is one major pathway of muscle growth?
    Also note it takes about 1.5 to 2x the normal e2 to see water retention.
    Interesting.. Hopefully someone can answer that
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarchib View Post

    Interesting.. Hopefully someone can answer that
    Probably not. Im also interested in what are the negative effects of lowering shbg
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    Quote Originally Posted by pyrobatt View Post

    Probably not. Im also interested in what are the negative effects of lowering shbg
    Are there for sure negative effects? Hopefully the pros outweigh the cons. I've been trying to supplement to lower shbg to free up some T so I'd be interested in hearing someone's take on that as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarchib View Post
    Are there for sure negative effects? Hopefully the pros outweigh the cons. I've been trying to supplement to lower shbg to free up some T so I'd be interested in hearing someone's take on that as well.
    What have you been supplementing with in attempt to lower SHBG?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MultiVitamin View Post
    What have you been supplementing with in attempt to lower SHBG?
    As of right now, nothing out of the ordinary, just Vitamin D. I've been meaning to do more research into it but I keep getting side-tracked. However, I'm the type of person that is rarely in the sun, even in the summer. So Vitamin D supplementation is significant for me considering I'm not nearly where my natural production levels should be. I'm sure you know vitamin D's effects considering your name is "MultiVitamin" but here's a decent study that I found...

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3712348/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarchib View Post
    As of right now, nothing out of the ordinary, just Vitamin D. I've been meaning to do more research into it but I keep getting side-tracked. However, I'm the type of person that is rarely in the sun, even in the summer. So Vitamin D supplementation is significant for me considering I'm not nearly where my natural production levels should be. I'm sure you know vitamin D's effects considering your name is "MultiVitamin" but here's a decent study that I found...

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3712348/
    Thanks man. You should give either nettle root, boron, or avena stativa a look
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    Quote Originally Posted by MultiVitamin View Post

    Thanks man. You should give either nettle root, boron, or avena stativa a look
    Cool, ill check them out. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by pyrobatt View Post
    I've learned alot these last few years and I have some questions. Why does insulin get the blame for fat storage? Why do people still use the glycemic index considering your body will have the same insulin response from oatmeal as icecream? What is a good reason for a natural athlete to take an ai Especally due to low estrogen meaning low igf1 levels which is one major pathway of muscle growth? Also note it takes about 1.5 to 2x the normal e2 to see water retention. Why spike protein with additional amino acids?
    I addressed this in another thread. Everything I have ever read and so called "learned" was that simple carbs (sugar and such) releases insulin and complex carbs keep it at bay? Definitely need to do some more research on this topic.. You got me thinking the other day!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pyrobatt View Post
    I've learned alot these last few years and I have some questions.

    Why does insulin get the blame for fat storage?
    Could be because of several things such as lack of understanding, following what everyone else says, etc. Most likely is because people want a bad guy and insulin is a easy thing to demonize

    Quote Originally Posted by pyrobatt View Post
    Why do people still use the glycemic index considering your body will have the same insulin response from oatmeal as icecream?
    No clue. Old habits die hard? In the fitness/health lifestyle most decisions are made based on belief-emotional-based instead of evidence based

    Quote Originally Posted by pyrobatt View Post
    What is a good reason for a natural athlete to take an ai Especally due to low estrogen meaning low igf1 levels which is one major pathway of muscle growth?
    Also note it takes about 1.5 to 2x the normal e2 to see water retention.
    Cuz all the bros say estrogen is bad and makes you fat. This is similar to insulin, an easy target for people to lay the blame upon

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    Why spike protein with additional amino acids?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JudoJosh View Post
    Cuz all the bros say estrogen is bad and makes you fat. This is similar to insulin, an easy target for people to lay the blame upon
    Yes, the only real reason I could see a natural wanting to decrease estrogen, is in attempt to also lower SHBG (or because it was pimped on them.) Aside from using a product like Erase for the likes simply or a hardening effect.

    Estrogen is beneficial in many ways. Low E levels can actually be a bad thing (for both muscle growth & libido).
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