DAA is useless, IMO.

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  1. DAA is useless, IMO.


    I see a lot of hype around this.

    I tried two supplements in the past, both SNS DAA tablets and their powder.

    I got blood work done a few weeks into it (about 3.4), and my testosterone levels had moved a total of 28 points, which was such a minimal change that it could be due to me taking the blood test half an hour earlier than my last one.

    Stuff is junk, imo.


  2. Results vary person to person with just about every supplement. Thanks for sharing?
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  3. Thanks for sharing, but like he said we all react different. It's cheap and it did raise your test some.

  4. Welcome, welcome.

    If anyone got blood work done and got better results, please do tell.

  5. It's a supplement, not a steroid. You need to learn to understand that, Thomas.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    It's a supplement, not a steroid. You need to learn to understand that, Thomas.
    This...Xavier
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwa254 View Post
    Results vary person to person with just about every supplement. Thanks for sharing?
    Although this tends to be the case, I believe it shouldn't be the case in actuality. That's the point of scientific studies: they should be reviewed by your "peers" (i.e. peer-reviewed) and the results should be easily duplicatable. The results with a supplement in one person should be replicated in the majority of the population in order for it to be deemed "effective" IMHO.

    The studies for DAA seem to suggest it is an effective compound, but again, results may vary because this is the supplements industry, "everyone's body is different, and a host of other factors weighing in. It may not be reasonable to call something useless w/o specifying: useless to you, yes. I think that may have been a more appropriate title for this thread

  9. what product did you use?

  10. Quote Originally Posted by Younglifter16 View Post
    what product did you use?
    He said it in his first post. SNS caps and powder.
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by jwa254 View Post
    He said it in his first post. SNS caps and powder.
    oops. I used SNS DAA caps and loved it. Sucks for OP.

  12. I have taken small doses for a few days and noticed an awesome increase in libido (and that`s what I am taking it for in the first place).

  13. Quote Originally Posted by Red Fox View Post
    I see a lot of hype around this.

    I tried two supplements in the past, both SNS DAA tablets and their powder.

    I got blood work done a few weeks into it (about 3.4), and my testosterone levels had moved a total of 28 points, which was such a minimal change that it could be due to me taking the blood test half an hour earlier than my last one.

    Stuff is junk, imo.
    I have taken small doses for a few days and noticed an awesome increase in libido (and that`s what I am taking it for in the first place).

    If anything is useless,it`s that Testofen crap.

    Sorry for the blood work,I will draw blood too evetually.

  14. Quote Originally Posted by Red Fox View Post
    I see a lot of hype around this.

    I tried two supplements in the past, both SNS DAA tablets and their powder.

    I got blood work done a few weeks into it (about 3.4), and my testosterone levels had moved a total of 28 points, which was such a minimal change that it could be due to me taking the blood test half an hour earlier than my last one.

    Stuff is junk, imo.
    First off:

    -How old are you?
    -What were you expecting?
    -Do you understand the difference between a supplement (i.e. Test Booster) and AAS (i.e. Test-E)?
    -Do you understand the difference between endogenous hormone levels and exogenous hormone values?
    -How was your dosage and how long did you take it?

    Oh and like Rodja said...it is a supplement...
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  15. Quote Originally Posted by Celorza View Post

    First off:

    -How old are you?
    -What were you expecting?
    -Do you understand the difference between a supplement (i.e. Test Booster) and AAS (i.e. Test-E)?
    -Do you understand the difference between endogenous hormone levels and exogenous hormone values?
    -How was your dosage and how long did you take it?

    Oh and like Rodja said...it is a supplement...
    He probably wants the supplements to do all the work for him.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by Mission1 View Post
    He probably wants the supplements to do all the work for him.
    Yeah...or thinks a Test Booster is gonna rise his natural levels above normal, give him massive gains and act like a steroid.
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  17. Well if the OP is the prior sir Thomas Xavier, he's a test cyp user
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  18. Quote Originally Posted by Sean1332 View Post
    We if the OP is the prior sir Thomas Xavier, he's a test cyp user
    It is.
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  19. Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    It is.
    Did I miss something? What are you guys talking about :/?
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  20. Quote Originally Posted by Celorza View Post
    Did I miss something? What are you guys talking about :/?
    ThomasXavier was either temp or permanently banned and this new profile with the same tone and misinformation popper up shortly thereafter. Also, Thomas last avi was very similar to Red Fox' avi.
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  21. Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    ThomasXavier was either temp or permanently banned and this new profile with the same tone and misinformation popper up shortly thereafter. Also, Thomas last avi was very similar to Red Fox' avi.
    Hm...odd , I somehow don't get why people like doing his instead of just enjoying the community and wealth of knowledge that is served on such an anabolic silver platter...
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  22. Mr Xavier last posted on the 18th, Red fox created the profile the 18th

    I sound like a stalker..really I'm just bored cookin my ham in the oven
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  23. Quote Originally Posted by Sean1332 View Post
    Mr Xavier last posted on the 18th, Red fox created the profile the 18thI sound like a stalker..really I'm just bored cookin my ham in the oven
    Honey-baked ham?! So good haha

  24. Unfortunetly no..not too many honey baked hams in my area...boo
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  25. DAA doesn't work for everyone. In the human trial, 20 of the 23 participants had significant increases in T. 3 did not. Based on that sample size, you're looking at about 15% non-responders.

  26. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    DAA doesn't work for everyone. In the human trial, 20 of the 23 participants had significant increases in T. 3 did not. Based on that sample size, you're looking at about 15% non-responders.
    I am glad you posted this. I don't understand why some people patronise when he was quoting blood value differences. If he had said "I didn't notice any size gains" then perhaps it would make more sense.

    He posted pertinent values on an ingredient which has been studied for those values. Whether he knows the difference between exogenous and endogenous isn't relevant.

    It is good to see more people quantifying supplement changes via hormone panels. I disagree that it is "junk" for the reason Cyrus posted but I am glad that you had some testing done, I think the industry could do with more quantifiable feedback.
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  27. DAA = jackpot (for me)

  28. There are so many factors that go in to this you can't just say DAA is useless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdcc View Post
    I am glad you posted this. I don't understand why some people patronise when he was quoting blood value differences. If he had said "I didn't notice any size gains" then perhaps it would make more sense.

    He posted pertinent values on an ingredient which has been studied for those values. Whether he knows the difference between exogenous and endogenous isn't relevant.

    It is good to see more people quantifying supplement changes via hormone panels. I disagree that it is "junk" for the reason Cyrus posted but I am glad that you had some testing done, I think the industry could do with more quantifiable feedback.
    I definitely agree with this, however, saying a supplement is junk or useless based on a single blood test is relatively hard to gain answers from. The variables that go along with hormone values are usually not taken into consideration outside of a clinical setting i.e. the average supplement user. Testosterone levels will undeniably vary based on things as little as timing of blood draw, amount of sleep, diet, exercise done prior to and the list goes on and on.

    Yes, its good that people are taking more responsibility for their own usage of supplements and results with said supplements but in regards to natural hormones its a slippery slope to gauge effectiveness.

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  30. Quote Originally Posted by Valdez View Post
    I definitely agree with this, however, saying a supplement is junk or useless based on a single blood test is relatively hard to gain answers from. The variables that go along with hormone values are usually not taken into consideration outside of a clinical setting i.e. the average supplement user. Testosterone levels will undeniably vary based on things as little as timing of blood draw, amount of sleep, diet, exercise done prior to and the list goes on and on.

    Yes, its good that people are taking more responsibility for their own usage of supplements and results with said supplements but in regards to natural hormones its a slippery slope to gauge effectiveness.

    - Valdez
    I am not agreeing with him that it is junk. I specifically disagreed with that statement.

    I was pointing out that people were giving him a hard time for posting an underwhelming blood test result.

    He said nothing that indicated he was expecting steroid like results. He just posted his blood test improvement and people gave him a hard time for it because it seemingly, on the data we have been given, gave him less of a testosterone improvement than people expect from the studies.
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