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Does DS Lean Xtreme/SNS Reduce XT cause a reduction in testosterone?

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    Any thoughts?
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    Not according to this:


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    Quote Originally Posted by lawnboy246
    Does DS Lean Xtreme/SNS Reduce XT cause a reduction in testosterone?
    I see no reason why it would. DHEA & metabolites are non suppressive at the recommended dose.
    Recent log:http://anabolicminds.com/forum/supplement-reviews-logs/213350-lean-efx-refined.html
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    they say cortisol reduces testosterone so a reduction of cortisol would leave you with normal levels of test.
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    If this is the case, why is it recommended on some stacks like the NHA stack by DS?

    I am using Activate and Rebound Reloaded now, but how effective is it if the Reduce XT (or Lean Extreme) is having a counter effect for what Activate is intended?



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    they say cortisol reduces testosterone so a reduction of cortisol would leave you with normal levels of test.
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    Read what WWB wrote again. He said Cortisol reduces testosterone. Lean Xtreme/Reduce XT both Lower Cortisol.
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    Thanks for the clarification!



    Quote Originally Posted by rpen22
    Read what WWB wrote again. He said Cortisol reduces testosterone. Lean Xtreme/Reduce XT both Lower Cortisol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lawnboy246
    If this is the case, why is it recommended on some stacks like the NHA stack by DS?

    I am using Activate and Rebound Reloaded now, but how effective is it if the Reduce XT (or Lean Extreme) is having a counter effect for what Activate is intended?
    From what I get out of the reading it looks like reduction of cortisol would increase test. ActivaTe increases free test that can be used for adding size/strength. I'm not sure that ActivaTe makes you produce more test or that it just changes bound test to free test.
  

  
 

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