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2006/07/09 22:43:35 (permalink)

Test question.

If diet is clean and a strong anti-e is used can water retention on test be almost non-existent, or does test always cause bloating?

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    RE: Test question. 2006/07/09 22:46:55 (permalink)
    wats with the heading
    maybe ur nt getin enough members answering your questions
    anyway no u will always have some water reten on test
    its life
    diet alone cn eliminate alot ov water alone
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    RE: Test question. 2006/07/09 22:49:30 (permalink)
    an good AI can prevent around 80%-90% of water retention but the more test you use them more AI is needed

    AI'S like arimidex will be better than an anti-e, but saying that some use prov + nolv during aas which is effective to prevent bloat and gyno

    i believe with a healthy active lifestyle and some good knowledge and aas/peps use etc that you can live a longer stronger better life.

    main interests: physique conditioning, bbj, muay thai.
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    RE: Test question. 2006/07/09 22:51:29 (permalink)
    I was going to go for a long heading but kept it short!

    When you say diet what do you mean exactly Powerhouse?
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    RE: Test question. 2006/07/09 22:54:58 (permalink)
    clean diet that is low in sodium and high in H2O
    using low GI carbs etc
    i cn take lots ov test come diet time and be dry as a bone
    diet is the key
    post edited by POWERHOUSE585 - 2006/07/09 22:58:12
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    RE: Test question. 2006/07/09 22:56:10 (permalink)
    Dont you mean low Gi carbs?

    You still need to minimise estrogen though with letro or something right?
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    RE: Test question. 2006/07/09 22:59:33 (permalink)
    yes sorry low
    yea estrogen is the killer here although it aint all bad
    u will find that much ov the water is due to a bad diet high in sodium and lacking in sufficient H20
    i go so far using a clean diet then hit the AI

    arimidex is fine and dandy
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