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    Lower E2 = Higher Memory Recall?

    Here is an interesting in vivo study with findings suggesting that lower levels of estrogen in the brain correlate to higher performance in varying forms of memory recall in men. @Cataceous @readalot @Nelson Vergel If a man were to experience brain fog and reduced memory recall while on TRT...
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    Anastrozole effects in the brain

    (Moving this to a new thread since it is a different topic) I am harping on this as I was doing pretty well on TRT with less than 100mg Testosterone Cypionate once a week plus 250IU HCG twice a week. Strong libido, good erections, etc. At that time, if I took 5mg cialis I could feel the effect...
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    Nandrolone Experiences

    Hey everyone. I wanted to get input on what people's experiences with nandrolone have been, whether prescribed in low doses for joint pain, cachexia or just simply wanting to put on size. I have been prescribed nandrolone for the past year for joint pain through the Baylor College of Medicine...
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    Very good video!
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    Effect of alpha glycerylphosphorylcholine (Alpha-GPC) on memory and other health issues

    Has anyone used α-Glycerophosphocholine (GPC) ? It gives me focus. I use this product Here is a study that also shows increased GH and liver fat oxidation. Glycerophosphocholine enhances growth hormone secretion and fat oxidation in young adults by Kawamura, Takashi, M.S.|Okubo, Takeshi...
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    Memory Loss Associated with Alzheimer's Reversed for First Time

    "As one example, in the case of a patient with a demanding job who was forgetting her way home, her therapeutic program consisted of some, but not all of the components involved with Bredesen's therapeutic program, and included: eliminating all simple carbohydrates, leading to a weight loss of...
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    Lift Weights, Improve Your Memory

    "The study began with everyone looking at a series of 90 photos on a computer screen. The images were evenly split between positive (i.e. kids on a waterslide), negative (mutilated bodies) and neutral (clocks) pictures. Participants weren’t asked to try and remember the photos. Everyone then sat...
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