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  • ucimigrate posted the thread Any Updates on Cardarine? in Supplements.
    Hi Everyone, I was always fascinated by Cardarine, and feel so tempted to try, as many chemists can make in Russia and China. 1. Any updates on its human usage? I know some government sites...
  • Hi Guys, I am about to be 37. I have definitely gained a lot of weight: some due to aging, some to inactivity, some due to meds. My testosterone levels have always been 300-350, even though I...
  • Hi Guys, I am about to be 37. I have definitely gained a lot of weight: some due to aging, some to inactivity, some due to meds. My testosterone levels have always been 300-350, even though I...
  • ucimigrate replied to the thread Any Way to Test For Protein Deficiency?.
    Thanks. To me, it's just hard to get in the middle with muscle mass, strength, and not be bulky. Even 10mg of Oxandroline skyrockets my hunger and makes me bulk up, even though I feel much...
  • ucimigrate replied to the thread Any Way to Test For Protein Deficiency?.
    Smont, thanks for that. I guess people like Nick Delgado do the extreme (so-called "bioidentical testosterone" and only fruits and vegetables), yet still are lean and muscular. Yet, he is doing...
  • ucimigrate replied to the thread Any Way to Test For Protein Deficiency?.
    No, really. I wonder if bodbuilder's using mega-doses of hardcore ones like Anadrol would ever be vegan? Or simply on vegetables? 1. My guess is their protein synthesis is so high that they...
  • ucimigrate replied to the thread Any Way to Test For Protein Deficiency?.
    I agree. I have nothing against meat and enjoy it. I just think the idea that we need so much protein per pound of bodyweight is bunk. Some people, like this Nick Delgado, prove that under...
  • ucimigrate replied to the thread Any Way to Test For Protein Deficiency?.
    Agreed. Nick Delgado has lived in my hometown for decades. I am trying what he's doing 80/20% rule. More vegetables, fruits, whole grains...yes. More plant proteins and animal proteins...
  • ucimigrate replied to the thread Any Way to Test For Protein Deficiency?.
    Also, as for info, it's hard for me to move past anecdote and see data driven studies. Compared to a pharmaceutical drug, etc. how much research is done in exercise physiology? Even something...
  • ucimigrate replied to the thread Any Way to Test For Protein Deficiency?.
    I'm sorry. I am not trolling. I don't wish to appear dumb, etc. Rather, it's just that I have more trouble getting results than others. When dieting and exercising, I tend to lose more energy...
  • ucimigrate replied to the thread Any Way to Test For Protein Deficiency?.
    1. Yet. If someone was on strong enough gear, I would think plant foods would be enough. No? 2. My basic nutrition teacher told me the Amino Acid pool lasts about 24 hours. So, something...
  • Hi Everyone, 1. What scientific ways are there to test for protein deficiency? 2. Is there a specific bloodtest, etc.? 3. We all know the ways to lose fat is caloric deficit. Essentially...
  • ucimigrate reacted to Whisky's post in the thread Can Anyone Definitively Prove Protein Needs for Active People? with Like Like.
    The simple answer is no, there isn’t a definitive amount of protein YOU should eat, it’s always going to be individual as to what is optimal for you (and that will depend on specific goals as well...
  • ucimigrate reacted to Smont's post in the thread Can Anyone Definitively Prove Protein Needs for Active People? with Like Like.
    Honestly I don't think anyone can make a proven answer, it's going to vary from person to person. Protein isn't just used for muscle though, lots of bodily functions down to a cellular level rely...
  • Hi Everyone, I see some people read a lot, and give opinions. Is there any single guide that tells us our protein needs. I see many mixed messages: 1. Traditional bodybuilding meatheads...
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