The most common daily dose of Anapolon is 100mg, but even at that dosage side-effects like water-retention, elevated blood pressure, acne, hair loss, blood clotting changes, gynocomastia, liver toxicity and mood swings are very often reported. Using aromatase inhibitors to control estrogen aromatization will be ineffective as this drug does not directly convert into estrogen. It was suggested that oxymetholone can activate the estrogen receptor, similar to, but more profoundly than the estrogenic androgen methandriol. Supplements like Milk Thistle can be taken to help keep liver enzyme levels between safe ranges.
All this information is 100% accurate..the only thing I see that got left out. Is the importance of having a bg (blood glucose) meter and keep a check on bg..this way you know when you’re fixing to be in trouble lol so to speak..and combining gh with slin is a beautiful thing..it creates a yin And yang effect. Gh raises bg and insulin lowers it..so yes there is a balance there..I am in no way saying just pin gh and then your slin without meals ..the carbs are vital for survival with the slin. In all reality 10ius a day of humalog is a plenty.. I’m a personal trainer and bodybuilding coach. And I can say this now don’t bank on the old school rule of 10g of carbs per iu slin. Use the bg meter to find out exactly what you need.
Advanced cycles are very different from intermediate and beginners cycles. This is because by the time a bodybuilder or athlete has reached the level where they could be rightly called advanced. They´ve probably reached a point in their career where they are very able to identify the compounds which work best fort them, as well as the dosages they respond best to. In fact, that´s almost what I would consider the defining characteristic of an advanced steroid user. Advanced users have typically done a decent amount of steroids, and know what dosages they´ll need to use in order to achieve their goals. I think in order to be considered an advanced steroid user, you must meet certain criteria: eulogy