Original Post: Insulin-like Growth Factor 1 (IGF-1) is a hormone with a similar molecular structure to insulin. It’s vital to childhood growth and encourages cell growth and proliferation in adults. It’s naturally produced by the liver and its production is stimulated by growth hormones. The levels of IGF-1 are highest in childhood and decline in adulthood. However, IGF-1 also promotes each of the key stages of cancer development: growth of the cancerous cells, vascularisation of cancerous tissue (blood vessel growth) and metastasis. In addition, it also prevents natural cell death (apoptosis) so the effect on cells with cancer potential can be dramatic. Reply: This is true, but it’s my belief that if you have a predisposition to cancer, you’re getting cancer. There are many studies on HGH and cancer and, from what I’ve read, there’s no link between HGH and the formation of cancer. However, yes, if you have cancer, HGH can exacerbate the problem. Weigh that against the benefits of HGH and it’s a gamble. I feel absolutely Amazing so would I rather have 20 more years living like a beast or 30 more years drooling on myself and having someone change my diaper? It’s Quality of Life over […]
No, HGH Gel does not work. HGH Gel claims to have the same benefits as injectable HGH; better sleep, better sense of wellbeing, better skin, faster muscle recuperation, increased fat loss, etc. HGH Gel is administered by rubbing a small amount of this homeopathic compound on a thin-skinned area such as your wrists or the back of your knees. While there are testimonials vouching for the effectiveness of HGH Gel, science has proven otherwise. The amount of active HGH in Gel is 30X, which means it has been diluted 30 times, over and over again, each time at a ratio of 1:10. This means the HGH Gel substance has been diluted 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 times. Given this, it’s virtually impossible for any of the original active ingredients to be present in the finished product commonly referred to as HGH Gel. See video HGH Gel
Post: Still talking about body types in 2018? Smh….. Response: Oh, because it’s 2018 we’ve somehow evolved as a species to the point where various body types no longer have similar characteristics? Try getting a skinny, lanky person to grow. Feed them whatever you want, train them as often as you want, and see if you can get them to grow. It’s not going to happen… not with any substance at least. Take somebody that gains fat easily and feed them a high carbohydrate diet. See what happens. Feed them the right foods and train them hard and they’ll explode in size and strength. There are certainly similarities in certain body types. To act like that’s no longer a fact because it’s a different year… that’s a ridiculous statement. If I were a betting man, I’d bet you’re the type that has difficulty putting on size. Those are always the people that don’t want to accept the fact that genetics and body type control your ability to grow and nothing you can do or say will change that. And I’m not being condescending or judgmental here. I’ve just never seen a naturally large guy every question genetics or body types… […]
Post: “I do have a question but first I want to say good job and keep up the good work. I mean that for your goals and your work you put into these videos. The whole keeping it real, the personal approach and the flat out honesty are very much appreciated. Thanks!! If a person is wanting to start getting on a program such as yours but can’t afford all of it at once, would the testosterone therapy be worth starting to try to help improve ones health and life???” Answer: Thank you! I would say, depending on your age and testosterone level, if i could only choose one compound, it would definitely be testosterone (TRT). Out of everything I’ve done, Testosterone (TRT) had the most significant impact. So yes… TRT would be my recommendation. Best of luck. If you have any more questions, just ask!
Troll Post: “So it seems you know everything about aas and even know your chemicals?! How Come i don’t believe you when you say you that sarms supress your natural test and aas wont ? Either your full of shit, or you have’t used any thing. If so, you could tell that taking test has influences on your on own test. Your balls actually do shrink and what about the crash afterwords.? You could tell how tren gives you problem getting a boner. The sweating, short sleep, crazy Dreams. The problems with bold. And those aren’t side effects ? 😂 So my guess is you just read an article, named everything you came across just to act wise … Oh, and yes, i actually tried most of the stuff” Answer: At 51 I’m wise enough to know I’m far from knowing everything, but I’m confident when I offer advice. No, your balls don’t shrink if you implement HCG into your protocol. I know this because mine haven’t. If you’re running Test without HCG, you deserve to have your balls shrink so you’re not able to reproduce and populate the earth with a brand new generation of idiots. I have no […]