I've heard that insulin resistance can have a big impact on acne. Has any one ever taken a nutrient partitioner(even something like ALA. doesnt have to be big brand) and noticed a change in skin?
I started the Swole stack 3 weeks ago which includes Glycobol.
I normally have back/shoulder acne, not terrible but enough that it bothers me... I dont get acne anywhere else...
I HAVE noticed but didnt make any connection to my current supps that it has gotten a LOT better as of late.
Hmm.... now I am curious if there is some correlation.
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You know, I had never heard this but a sort of vaguely similar experience to StangBanger (a bit different though). When I first started bodybuilding more or less any test booster, and the first hormone cycle I did had me break out fairly badly, sometimes on my face, but always on back/shoulders/bis. Once I had gotten down to below 18% bodyfat, and had been working out and doing cardio regularly for a long time (all of which changes insulin sensitivity) I stopped getting much in acne no matter what ridiculous cycle I ran. And I ran some pretty freakin ridiculous short term cycles.
Very interesting... I would have said it might be an estrogen issue, but that wouldnt explain why you dont break out on rediculous cycles, since estrogen should be through the roof then.
Try a good form of Zinc, like Optizinc by Jarrow. Take 15-30 mg a day, worked well for me and I tried everything.
^^ damn i wish i didn't love dairy so much
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