NOW foods brand (7 keto dhea)
- 10-12-2005, 12:54 AM
- 10-12-2005, 11:20 AM
10-14-2005, 04:18 PM
10-14-2005, 08:33 PM
10-15-2005, 10:50 AM
I have never tried it, or anyfor that matter. But you may want to look into lean extreme by designer supplements. It may be a little more expensive than the NOW brand, but there has been some feedback on it.
10-15-2005, 01:04 PM
Is the DS lean extreme ? I thought it was 7-0H or is that the same chem? because the now is a lot cheaper..Originally Posted by RSX-S
10-15-2005, 05:01 PM
I have tried the NOW 7-Keto, it didn't too much for me i guess, but i like stronger thyroid supps like Dicana or T7
10-15-2005, 11:15 PM
Your right, I think lean extreme a different compound. However, I think it would still be a good idea to look into that product.Originally Posted by MadJimF
I guess the only thing you can do is try the NOW 7-keto and see if it works for you, if it does, then you're saving alot of money.
10-16-2005, 07:23 PM
yeah well the main problem here is that I am useing cortico-steriods and am haining fat and loosing muscle. This is due to excesive corticodes that are released. My body is takeing a toll. So i heard this would be a good safe option.
10-16-2005, 10:05 PM
LX is 7 alpha-OH-DHEA, which is what the human liver converts 7-OXO aka Keto to. In theory, more of the end product is avaliable, but 7-Beta-OH-DHEA would have been the better choice as a supplement,it's the primary end product in humans and I'm unconvinced that LX is superior to a 7-Keto Dermal in effect.
10-17-2005, 08:19 PM
If you look on the Designer Supplements website, it says that Lean Xtreme is a good product for pct, as well as preventing or dealing with fat gain associated with cortisol or stress hormones, so i guess that would be a good product for you with your situation or any 7-keto product should help for that matter.Originally Posted by Ridla
But as I was looking at the label for Designer Supplements Lean Xtreme - it says it may interfere with birth control in women. Does anyone know why it would interfere with birth control in women? Does it possess some mild anti-estrogenic properties or something?
10-19-2005, 01:24 PM
If you are taking cortico-steroids (especially for some type of inflammation) I would not reccomend a compound that blocks cortisol as that may be counter productive to whatever you are on them for.
10-19-2005, 07:01 PM
When LX was being researched, there was talk from some of the involved parties that the 7-OH-DHEA group might have mild test boosting and/or anti-estrogen properties, but I never could find anything of real note that would either confirm or deny this possibility.Originally Posted by LarryN77
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