up by 13% which is quite good considering you're 24 and the study concentrated on 27 to 40 years old or something.
Those results are so minimal that i'd be more likely to say they the stack simply isn't effective or worth the money. That level of fluctuation could easily be caused by day to day life.
I'm not saying this is smoking gun proof, since n=1 that would be foolish, but any one saying "awesome results" its just blowing smoke.
Can only be a positive right? Esp w free testOriginally Posted by Angelbolic
you know i have some DAA and some base blood work that includes estrogen, total est, lipids. Maybe I will give this a try. thx for sharing OP
I know its nothing major, was expecting a lot more expecially with the DAA studies.
Wish more people would get blood work done so we can establish a record of what seems to be working the best
If you look at the bloods on DAA most people (but not all) notice an increase in E2. For this reason Dinoiii recommends using a AI along with DAA. I would really like to see your E2 results.
In regards to the benefit of +13% Testosterone: we need to look at cost effectiveness and clinical effectiveness separately.
Taken for extended periods, this amount of testosterone would certainly be more beneficial, but if taken for one month in a year, it will be less effective. So I believe it does show clinical effectiveness from the evidence I've seen. If someone is used to taking anabolics, of course the benefit would not be as obvious.
Cost effectiveness is another issue, and it is very subjective. Some individuals have a lot of disposable income, so purchasing DAA on a regular basis does not impact on them at all and visa versa.
It ultimately depends upon what route the individual wants to take - a natural route or performance enhancers.