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    Bloods posted. how am i doing?

    gear is good I think. thought it wasn't as potent. I don't think that's the case.

    taking 600mg / week. test = 4K free = 50

    Ill be ramping down in a week. going to 200mg / week I think. not sure really. I want to keep test at least in the 900 - 1,188 range.
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    Looking good Small. Are you supplementing with any omegas?

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    Som Slo-Niacin as well..
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    I'm actually not taking either of those very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelkel View Post
    Som Slo-Niacin as well..
    Why's this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GRexMoore View Post
    Why's this?
    It may help his total chol\HDL ratio.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sil the Real View Post
    And why should he do that if i may ask?
    It may help his total chol\HDL ratio.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Too-$mall View Post
    I'm actually not taking either of those very much.
    Do it! It is very beneficial when on blast or trt. And as Kel mentioned, slow niacin. The fast acting, flush free has been shown to be much less effective. Throw both in there and see how the next blood work looks. Also, you'll need to add some vitamin e when using the fish/krill oil to maximize the results. I'm not totally sure why this is, but it's true. I like krill oil a bit better than fish, but I take both daily. I use 3g fish oil, 1g krill oil, 1g flaxseed oil, vitamin e and regular niacin and 200mgs coQ10. I have a marked improvement to my lipid panel. Its not great, but better than it was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GRexMoore View Post
    Why's this?

    Using Niacin to Improve Cardiovascular Health | Life Extension
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    High BP and homocysteine is important as well as LDL ratio in this respect,
    So I'd recommend following supps;
    -omegas
    -niacin
    -b total (for both LDL and homocysteine)
    -beet root/betaine: homocysteine
    -milk thistle/ALCAR/l-CAR; all mitochondrial enhancers seem to aid liver function and also lipids and homocysteine.
    (Not to mention direct anti inflammatory action in blood vessels from carnitine and ALCAR)
    -low dose aspirin; (anti inflammatory in blood vessels, inhibits thromboxane A2)

    -ACE inhibitor: for blood pressure (as well as AI to prevent edema/high BP)

    -taurine; prevents hyper cholesterolemia, also anti inflammatory

    First I can think of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sil the Real View Post
    Just claims. .
    There is actually a link between cardiovascular health and HDL / LDL levels.
    Here a few studies for you bud.
    Not trying to be a dick just trying to show what simple search on the topic can turn up.

    Cholesterol pamphlet:
    https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/files/docs...t/chol_tlc.pdf

    Cholesterol info page:
    https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/res...-hbc-what-html

    A search on cholesterol from a reputable source:
    https://search.nih.gov/search?utf8=%...&commit=Search

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    Wow, your total T's above 4K and your Hematocrit's in range? Congratulations.
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