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jinstewart

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Avoiding any mineral or vitamin because it makes your dick go soft is not a reason. TEI gives you the stuff because you need it.

You're a proper gent Rebel, thanks. Believe me once I get it I'll stick with it. It's reassuring to know my dick won't fall off too. :)

Cheers again. I might leave it a few weeks more before sending hair - try and be as 'clean' as possilbe (and also I'm definitely feeling a bit better for not being on anything! Weird...)
 

bruschi11

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You're a proper gent Rebel, thanks. Believe me once I get it I'll stick with it. It's reassuring to know my dick won't fall off too. :)

Cheers again. I might leave it a few weeks more before sending hair - try and be as 'clean' as possilbe (and also I'm definitely feeling a bit better for not being on anything! Weird...)

It’s not weird. “Humans do best with just one good multivitamin a week, good diet, and movement.” - paraphrasing Helen when he got to this community.

I can attest for this. With just digestive support and amino acid supplementation in late ‘17, early ‘18 and a multivitamin a week, I was at my best of pfs.

You’re going to do your best when you’re not taking stuff if things are heading in correct direction. But the tei, balancing stuff is to pull you further in correct direction.

The body wants to go back to place. You have to realize that. The human body in a clean environment gets balanced, no such thing as pfs in this environment cuz body goes back to normal.

Pfs only exists because of modern health... most people are slightly off with altered body chemistries. And body has a hard time going back to normal when it’s already been altered.
 

Cdsnuts

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It’s not weird. “Humans do best with just one good multivitamin a week, good diet, and movement.” - paraphrasing Helen when he got to this community.

I can attest for this. With just digestive support and amino acid supplementation in late ‘17, early ‘18 and a multivitamin a week, I was at my best of pfs.

You’re going to do your best when you’re not taking stuff if things are heading in correct direction. But the tei, balancing stuff is to pull you further in correct direction.

The body wants to go back to place. You have to realize that. The human body in a clean environment gets balanced, no such thing as pfs in this environment cuz body goes back to normal.

Pfs only exists because of modern health... most people are slightly off with altered body chemistries. And body has a hard time going back to normal when it’s already been altered.

But it will go back to normal and it does go back to normal. The body is amazingly resilient when given the proper environment to do so. People just need to get out of their own way most of the time.
 

Blugrass

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Are we supposed to be off TEI sups for a while before sending another sample for a re-test? Or do we just send the sample while still taking the sups?
 

Blugrass

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Also how does it take you guys to get your results from TEI? It's been two weeks for me since they received my sample. Usually it's faster.
 

brix

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What causes greasy hair (in fast oxidizers)? By day 2 after shower it is very greasy feeling and limp looking. Anyone have any clue how to stop that with diet? Is it due too much fat or carb intake?
 

ruprmurdoch

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enzymes are pseudo science? no. it is not. minerals amino acids vitamins that is what you are made of.

is TEI program correct? that is the question. they did test it for a long time extensively.

can it be missing something. may be.

but minerals vitamins and amino acids. are not pseudo science.
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I think it's up to, how many time we need to rebulid our body with minerals. Particulary after period of growing up, it will take more time. I saw somewhere that new cells of your blood vessels appear every three years. But need to study this, to be more preciese. I think, mineral balancing programs will first detoxify you, then rebuild you and it will be 3 year program in adult person. What can speed up building new blood vessels is in my opinion, physiotheraphy (massages)/ chiropractic (working with first rib and neck area), beacuse calcification of some muscles is so huge that physical force can help broke those calcifactions. Other factor will be stretching excersises to speed up and prevent calcifications. Last but not least, reality is 99 % unvisible enegy interactions, 1 % is material. It is logical that praying/meditations is very important. Most powerfull healing energy is power of forgiveness (particullary Holy Mary Novenna of solving knots is based on this). So maybe we have to forgive particularyguys from Merck/other big pharmas for creating FIN/ACCU/Vacs in order to recover ???
 

RebelWithACause

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Two questions:

1.

Is high iron always correlated with low testosterone? Or is it specifically iron toxicity in the brain for example?

If so does that mean the lower your iron is the higher your testosterone will be?

2.

If you have high DHT but you support the DHT/nitric oxide release with higher potassium intake would this make the DHT/aldosterone work w/o the balding effect?

For example some people when they take creatine (incl. me in the past) get shedding of hair. Creatine is known to increase DHT (in one study) and aldosterone. Let's say you get more potassium in the diet - you can get the benefits from strength/DHT increase without the hair shedding. Maybe they get shedding because of the raise in aldosterone but they don't eat enough potassium to support it.
 

HerrFisch

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Two questions:

1.

Is high iron always correlated with low testosterone? Or is it specifically iron toxicity in the brain for example?

If so does that mean the lower your iron is the higher your testosterone will be?

2.

If you have high DHT but you support the DHT/nitric oxide release with higher potassium intake would this make the DHT/aldosterone work w/o the balding effect?

For example some people when they take creatine (incl. me in the past) get shedding of hair. Creatine is known to increase DHT (in one study) and aldosterone. Let's say you get more potassium in the diet - you can get the benefits from strength/DHT increase without the hair shedding. Maybe they get shedding because of the raise in aldosterone but they don't eat enough potassium to support it.

1 yes you can search for it and will find a lot that supports this.

But it’s not like you testosterone skyrockets with chelating the hell out of iron. :d
it gets normal i’d say

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Problem is, aldosterone wastes K.
High K intake increases Aldosterone.
So it’s more about progesterone.

I wonder how creatine increases Aldo / dht and what it does to adrenalin. Synthesis of creatine requires methionine.

maybe creatine synthesis is potassium level dependent. You taking it long term in high dosages is probably not easy to balance.
 
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RebelWithACause

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Yea I wish there was more info on IT since the stuff worked well for me in terms of muscle gains. I do see some people taking lower dosages on workout days only and they are doing good on it without hairloss. IT seems high dosage is not good. Like in the loading phase. I wish there was more info on it from a NB point of view. I might test IT myself once I fixed PFS. See what creatine does on the hairtest. Maybe also blood test. Test it myself.
 

brix

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Yea I wish there was more info on IT since the stuff worked well for me in terms of muscle gains. I do see some people taking lower dosages on workout days only and they are doing good on it without hairloss. IT seems high dosage is not good. Like in the loading phase. I wish there was more info on it from a NB point of view. I might test IT myself once I fixed PFS. See what creatine does on the hairtest. Maybe also blood test. Test it myself.

What is IT?
 

MNK99

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-If Overtrainings so bad how come 300++ workouts last yr, and toe hurts and back a bit.
-Now toe still hurts just with calisthenics and only like 70-100 (i have better estimates possible but cant look into rite now).
-Altho, no weights back pain gone at last a week or so ago maybe a bit more.
-mostly because everythings far and ive been working/studying... mostly one at a time, but gotta do both daily or work 3-4d and study 6d a week. something like that.
-instead it was more like 30d studying. 2d studying. 60d working. fuck. but ya/ changing that rite now.

-toe still feels semi broken dislocated. all pain in other joints gone tho surely knee injury if i ran all the time or did legs 3d a week or 4 and heavy... eventually some pain there, but i dont and use wraps.

-i walked like 50km a week for yrs, ran like 3yrs straight, dont see how... a few hundred pushups and squats (total not each) 4-5x a week maintains a toe injury.
-i use orthotics too. myb need new shoes also.
 
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ruprmurdoch

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More randoms today.

I'm off supplements for a bit to get ready for my first TEI test. I've had the 23andme and Genetic Genie results and I’ve found out I’ve got the following mutations:

MTHFR C677T
VDR Taq
MTRR A66G
MTR A2756G
CBS C699T

I’ve discovered previously that high-dose B12 KILLS me (totally obliterated libido and smashed any sort of erections from a Jarrow B12/folate sublingual tablet) much as it did damage to Dubya from p-help. Mercifully I think I got out of the worst of that, so I’m not mad on trying that. We’re talking doses of 41,000% RDA though.

Based on the mutations above, does anyone have any experience with what to avoid and what not to avoid when looking at vitamins etc? I'm MORTIFIED they'll give me B12.

Anyone have any insights into this? Could I substitute B12 for anything even? Are they likely to give me that even?

Thanks everyone.

I think,you overestimate genetics tests. Look at epigenetic. All those mutations can be cleared by good diet/supplementation/fasting/excersising/physipotheraphy/praying. You can create and clean mutations in your body.
 

RebelWithACause

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"Estren (4-estren-3alpha,17beta-diol) is a prohormone that regulates both androgenic and estrogenic transcriptional effects through the androgen receptor."

Estren (4-estren-3alpha,17beta-diol) is a prohormone that regulates both androgenic and estrogenic transcriptional effects through the androgen rec... - PubMed - NCBI

I have read nandrolone (NPP/Deca) also has this effect. Estrogenic + androgenic effects through the androgen receptor. This is why some guys get gyno and other estrogenic effects eventhough they block estrogen and progesterone.

Does finasteride also have this effect?
 

D4n

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Anyone heard or used the herb Danshen? It is supposed to modulate the glucocorticoid and mineralocorticoid receptors while also raising Estrogen, could be of use
 

MNK99

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how force self focus, home?
standing desk, minimal items, tiny portfolio for the win and changing env and music or at least earphones for the win. there's a damned mini library in my residential bldg, just going there nite when everyone else is sleeping makes sense too. and of c writing plan down.
i have a chairbed still can't bring myself to plug in ps4 nor set up my chairbed used to study on an identical item, mostly i use it to dry clothes.
always random mofos some talking to me and also window washers and ppl doing showings also, but at nite only mnk's awake so this mks sense.
all my clothes are basically 60% see thru, I'm 90% certain they don't even make men's clothes that aren't see thru. but whatever that's not important rite now.
By the way if you know a good brand for boat shoes, for wide / flat feet let me know. Thanks. Cheers, MNK.
 
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MNK99

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Just wondering does stuff like this still mess up your stomach for some of the old timers? Like nutella or some dark chocolate spread (ideally not nutella, something with no palm oil, no soybean oil, etc)? MnM's? Oh henry? Chocolate - the cheap kind. Vodka (non gluten free)?

I don't eat most this most the time but sometimes my eating gets pretty disordered. I'm usually FINE half or a full day later. It doesn't hurt pfs (back then, yeah I'm sure I'd feel like dying pre fasting, eating ANY of that or even a piece of bread).

@Boris
@Niles
@Goose12
@RebelWithACause

I fast 18-22 often more hours a day but when I buy groceries late at night hungry, sometimes I buy crazy things.
Honestly, I doubt those mess me up because of finasteride at all im sure they did 20months or 25months ago. But now I'm pretty sure it's just lactose intolerance and for alcohol with grains, gluten intolerance. Or perhaps slow oxidizer stuff. Slowing metabolism. Chocolate in general is good... like dark no milk chocolate but not much is open later in the day, and places are far away, I walk and remember to buy what I can when buying groceries, while trying to avoid making 2-3 trips.

Sometimes cheese or yogurt doesn't bother me tho so it seems odd. Or maybe eating at all causes some stomach pain for me, not sure.
 
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