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    petemitchell30 is offline Associate Member
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    When on cycle and appetite goes south....has metabolism tanked?

    Currently on test and deca , labwork is fine....e2 and prolactin in check, bp good, hematocrit good etc....

    Anyway, when appetite declines significantly, has metabolism tanked?
    Because if it has, then it seems as if trying to force yourself to eat would just lead to unwanted fat gain.
    But if decreased appetite is not indicitive of low metabolism, it would seem beneficial to force yourself to eat.

    Does anyone know, have an idea, or and educated opinion?
    Last edited by petemitchell30; 11-06-2017 at 09:49 PM.

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    No many people have suppressed appetites from gear.

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    B12 injection I suppose to work. Not tried it myself.

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    B12 is the most logical way. Other than that maybe step up cardio. Break your body down enough and you will get hungy or you will be lean as hell.

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    apetite is not indicative of metabolism changes .. and generally only gear that is hepa-toxic causes loss in appetite (when liver is stressed) . more than likely your not releasing enough natural hunger hormones like Ghrellin due to stress, lack of sleep, over training, or lack of GH.

    take a week to rest and de-load . Add in a Ghrelin based growth hormone producing peptide like GHRP-6 , or an MK677 to increase appetite .

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