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    Wow, this is like a trip into the 90’s forums lel

    everyone wants to be an elite athlete, it’s sort of insulting to the real athletes


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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey View Post
    Wow, this is like a trip into the 90’s forums lel

    everyone wants to be an elite athlete, it’s sort of insulting to the real athletes
    The real athletes are not taking a million different things every day
    I took just about everything in every combination, I looked my best on a natural human diet and 250mg of test a week. The biggest I got was eating white fish and rice and taking 1g of testosterone a week - nothing else. No creatine no protein powder no BCAA no other nonsense

    Now I'm older and wiser I know that most people just need to eat more natural food, more calorie dense food and do wayyyy more volume (Time Under Tension near failure) than they think they do. Thankfully I realised this 5 years before I enter my physical prime
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    Quote Originally Posted by 0ni View Post
    Show me the study that demonstrates Vitamin D at levels outside of normal range benefiting Testosterone levels
    I never said that vitamin d benefits levels outside of normal ranges, are you all there? You continually mis-read posts and your grammar skills aren't that good either which leads me to believe your not that intelligent. If you can't read posts properly to begin with then do us all a favour and please don't answer them.

    Re-read that conversation from the beginning please, you clearly aren't comprehending this conversation properly.

    I feel like I'm talking to Gerry FFS.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cum Shot View Post
    I never said that vitamin d benefits levels outside of normal ranges, are you all there? You continually mis-read posts and your grammar skills aren't that good either which leads me to believe your not that intelligent. If you can't read posts properly to begin with then do us all a favour and please don't answer them.

    Re-read that conversation from the beginning please, you clearly aren't comprehending this conversation properly.

    I feel like I'm talking to Gerry FFS.
    You said it would boost your natural test levels, IGF-1 levels and make MK677 work better
    Please provide evidence of your claims
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    https://raypeatforum.com/community/t...drogens.12411/

    This is the building the best case for Vitamin D, and even that doesn't demonstrate the extra Vitamin D3 outside of the normal range boosts testosterone. It's useful up to the point that you're no longer deficient in it then it's benefits stop
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    Quote Originally Posted by 0ni View Post
    You said it would boost your natural test levels, IGF-1 levels and make MK677 work better
    Please provide evidence of your claims
    Thats correct, it can help with those things.

    I know the facts, and i'm not doing your dirty work for you. You look up the studies yourself you lazy kunt.


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    There is no study that shows taking Vitamin D3 increases testosterone or IGF-1 in individuals that are not deficient in Vitamin D3
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    Quote Originally Posted by 0ni View Post
    https://raypeatforum.com/community/t...drogens.12411/

    This is the building the best case for Vitamin D, and even that doesn't demonstrate the extra Vitamin D3 outside of the normal range boosts testosterone. It's useful up to the point that you're no longer deficient in it then it's benefits stop
    Yes CORRECT. And once again i never said that using extra vitamin d outside of the normal range boosts test, your arguing over something that you made up yourself. I'm talking about general supplementation.

    And yes it is useful up to the point that you're no longer deficient in it, thats exactly right!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by 0ni View Post
    There is no study that shows taking Vitamin D3 increases testosterone or IGF-1 in individuals that are not deficient in Vitamin D3
    Your missing the point Oni. How do i say this so to make it more simple: vitamin d is like a building block of different mechanisms throughout the body, you could possibly call it a co-factor or a macro-nutrient or micro-nutrient.


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    Vitamin D does play a part in the production of Testosterone.


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