So we all know methylated designer steroids such as DMZ are notorious for tanking lipids, especially HDL. By the same token, I just read in William Llewellyn’s book “Anabolics” that during a study of participants taking only a 1mg daily dose of LGD given over a 3 week time period the average HDL decrease was a striking decline of near 40 percent! This is especially alarming when you consider the average anabolic user takes a typical dosage of LGD of 10 to 20 mg a day and many believe Sarms are less “bad” for your health! Combine that with the fact often time Sarms users stack multiple Sarms simultaneously and well you get the picture. My question for this thread is what do you think would be more damaging to lipids, a user running say 3 short four week cycles of methylated DMZ solo cycles a year (which means the user would have an effective total “on cycle” time of 12 weeks a year) or if a user stacked say 2 or 3 Sarms such as LGD 4033, Rad 140, and YK 11 for two eight week cycles a year (for an effective total “on cycle” time of 16 weeks weeks a year)? I would imagine gains might be impressive for both cycles (and perhaps even similar though that is debatable ), but am asking from a pure health perspective which would you believe would be less detrimental to cardiovascular health long term to the user?