Article: Alcohol Lowers Test Levels

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    What?! This is groundbreaking news.
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    LOL
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    Just sprinkle some dianabol in your beer bro
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    I always chase my pre wo with a shot of Jack.
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    Lol well maybe for a natty bodybuilder this is true. But a natty bodybuilder testosterone levels are in the dumpster because of the diet and extreme low body fat. I don't think a beer is going to hurt them too much. Now for enhanced bros, they don't have to worry about crashing test because they'll be in plenty of it,, but they still shouldn't consume any because they're probably on a **** ton of anavar and halotestin.
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