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  1. Hey I have some old superdrol. I think I might need something to take afterwords. Recommendations? Dosage? Duration? Thanks in advance. Rebound XT (discontinued) and Novadex XT have been recommended. Superdrol Reccomended Dosage Weeks 1-2 2 caps (20 mg) Superdrol Weeks 3-4 3 caps (30 mg) Superdrol Weeks 5-6 4 caps (40 mg) Superdrol Week 7 4 caps (100 mg) Novadex XT Week 8 3 caps (75 mg) Novadex XT Week 9 2 caps (50 mg) Novadex XT Week 10 1 cap (25 mg) Novadex XT
  2. I also have a really bad rheumatoid arthritis flare up. This might 6 months or a year. I wonder if anabolic steroids could somehow make the same impact as corticosteroids. The problem is that the main is so intense. If this is the case, the doctor would like recommend prednisone, a corticosteroid as a "bridge" drug until the other drugs start to work. I gained 60 pounds of fat the last time I was on prednisone. I was a total mess. My doctor totally neglected me. I am not going on that drug again. If anabolic steroids have the same impact as corticosteroids... then body building and weight lifting with anabolics would actually be better with less side-effects. I have superdrol (anabolic or not). I could take it and my side-effect is no more 6 hour a night sleeps because the pain is gone. I read that anabolics interferes with rheumatoid arthritis--positive or negative. Maybe someone knows better. Thanks. This would help me so much.
  3. I am getting back into the Royal Jelly... been using this off and on for 2 years. I like the results. The post is like a year and a half late, but at least it is more accurate.
  4. I am getting back into the Royal Jelly... been using this off and on for 2 years. I like the results. The post is like a year and a half late, but at least it is more accurate.
  5. Anyone has been to the Braverman clinic ??

    I called them and asked them a bunch of questions with my skeptical stoic tone of voice... It turns out the receptionists, etc, really suck and they gave terrible answers, and were rude, so I decided not to get an appointment. The price is about $10k-$12k but could be as low as $6k for a visit with him....with insurance I pay half of that...You end up taking up to 30 tests over three days.
  6. http://www.phoenixpeptide.com/allobesity/index.html My girl-friend is a scientist doing a study on ghrelin in morbidly obese people. She thought you would all love this. Pinballwizard
  7. Anyone has been to the Braverman clinic ??

    Here is his website: http://www.pathmed.com/p/1.html Here is what $5,000 gets me. Opinions? PREVENTATIVE DETECTION TESTS Dobler ultrasound= Evaluates carotid ardery flood flow and blockages, assesses circulation, vascular, and cardiac health. DETECTS HEART DISEASE EARLIER THAN ANYTHING ELSE. Prostate ultrasound--Finds earliest signs of enlarged prostate and cancer. DETECTS PROSTATE CANCER EARLIER THAN ANY OTHER TEST. Transcranial Doppler--Determines blood flow to brain, finds blood flow bloackages that contribute to stroke and migraine ABI--determines risk of stroke and heart attack Body Fat Composition--on every major part of the body Full Body Pet scan--THIS IS A BIG DEAL... IT IS A 3D IMAGE OF EVERYTHING IN THE BODY. Finds the earliest developing tumor growths years becore any other imaging techniques can. Ultra-Fast CT--Shows coronary blockages before a stress test or catheterization. SPECT-- THIS IS VERY INTERESTING. It is a metabolic analysis of the brain to pinpoint abnormalities NCV--Tests neurological function throughout the body. Laboratory analysis--Review of biomarkers and all hormones in addition to blood values SOME BUT NOT ALL NUEROLOGICAL TESTS BEAM--Measures the speed and strength of nuerotransmitters via electrical activity biochemical analysis: measures nutrient levels required for proper brain function. psychological analysis: computerized review of 27 areas that reveals the mind's impact on health. personality profile: computerized classification of personality traits to help with lifestyle, behavioral and interpersonal improvement. Memory, Attention, and cognition review: Computerized tests that highlight areas that need to beaddressed and provide a baseline for measuring improved health in the future. He is a top doctor in preventative medicine, Neurology (particularly memory problems and ADHD), psychaitry, and peak performance. His focus is on finding potential future problems, helping healthy people be top performers and looking at the brain and the whole body together. He looks at your whole body and gives you recommendations. Here are some of the tests that he would perform over a 2 day session over 10hrs, I think per day...He also has a phone consultation prior and a phone consultation afterwords:
  8. Anyone has been to the Braverman clinic ??

    Hi guys, Yeah, I was going to be in New York in the next couple months. It cost about $10,000 to go through his program. They put you through every single test... EKG, Brain mapping...Body scans, All that. You spend ten hours there over 2 days...and they have a phone consultation prior to you going. Pretty much all the tests on his site are done. It would cost me $5,500 with my insurance... After reading this, I think i might have to abstain from going. Anyone been there recently? Scottl, has your opinion of the man changed in the last couple years? Thanks, Pinballwizard
  9. dieting or anorexia?

    I have no expertise in this area. You can completely ignore my 2 cents or laugh it or whatever. But here is my 2 cents. Just from travelling around the world, I have seen people who might be considered anorexic in the USA to be considered normal elsewhere. I think the weight charts are off in the USA and online. The truth is most americans are over-weight. Americans, Britons, Australians Mexicans, Canadians and Russians are embarassingly gluttonous societies. I would bet that Americans have always been a little overweight than other people around the world. I have no opinion on your friend, but I think anorexia is overblown since, calorie restriction diets actually prolong lives better than vegetarian dieting and other diets. Centenarians (people living over 100) are famous for eating little, so eating less might actually be conisidered healthy. Better questions are: How often does he eat? What does he eat? Has he been eating this way his whole life? How big is his frame? What are the "ideal" weight ranges for his age, height, frame according to "experts"? My girl friend eats often, eats vegetables, fruits and lean meats and has a small frame, 5'6" and has been eating that way her whole life and every time she goes into the doctor they accuse her of being anorexic because she is 105 lbs. She eats 6 times a day. The doctors say she should weigh 135lbs. (hmmm, 30% increase in weight) She counters, "I eat whenever I am hungry" "Do you want me to start eating Mcdonalds and doughnuts to gain weight." I told her to put back on the muscle that she lost when she was in the horrendous life-changing car accident. It has little to do with dieting. She only weighs herself when she is in the doctors office and does not believe in dieting, she just thinks she feels well when she eats well, and that is how she was raised. It is interesting that on average someone who 30% fewer calories than average lives 30% longer and yet, doctors never mention that... ...Probably since obesity and crash diets are more popular problems right now than living past 100. --Pinball
  10. There has not been a lot of posts on Royal Jelly lately... I cannot say I noticed any big effects from it. But I never took it for more than a week straight, because I would forget to take it. I did notice the affects of something while taking it... I was not able to narrow it down to RJ. I will get back on regimen and stick with it and report back. I am just surprised there has not been so much posting on it. Pinball
  11. There has not been a lot of posts on Royal Jelly lately... I cannot say I noticed any big effects from it. But I never took it for more than a week straight, because I would forget to take it. I did notice the affects of something while taking it... I was not able to narrow it down to RJ. I will get back on regimen and stick with it and report back. I am just surprised there has not been so much posting on it. Pinball
  12. Ritalin without a prescription

    I have had it for months now. I found an old doctor (psych) that used to precribe it to talk to my new doctor.
  13. where can I buy nolvadex?

    Where are some sources for nolvadex without a prescription? I figure I would buy from 2 sources...
  14. Superdrol and Rebound XT

    I am looking to do a legal cycle of superdrol and reboundXT as recommended on http://www.bodybuilding.com/store/ax/superdrol.html Is there something else in addition to Superdrol that is recommended for muscle gains? Is there something else in addition to ReboundXT that is recommended for PCT? Is it relatively safe? Thanks, Pinball
  15. Don't forget a healthy diet with good fats and lots of protein... it just makes me feel good to have lots of protein and I can definitely notice over time cognitively.
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