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Old 11-02-2011, 09:28 AM
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End of the day would you rather be out of shape with man boobs and a beer belly still going bald and probably going to lose the hair anyway or get in shape have a great body and still look like your losing hair just might be a litttle quicker than expected, Atleast then you will
know exactly what hair your going to lose so if your are considering getting a HT you might be able to see much better what you will need to get up to your expectations
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you may try coconut oil or olive oil. those are very powerful oils.

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Theres slim evidence it could potentially speed up MPB but only if you are prone to MPB so your going to lose it anyway. The option of not training is not an option for me.

Just by training alone and eating right with no supplements you will be increasing your test levels .
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Old 03-08-2013, 08:38 AM
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End of the day would you rather be out of shape with man boobs and a beer belly still going bald and probably going to lose the hair anyway or get in shape have a great body and still look like your losing hair just might be a litttle quicker than expected, Atleast then you will
know exactly what hair your going to lose so if your are considering getting a HT you might be able to see much better what you will need to get up to your expectations
Agreed. If the choice is between fitness and hair - I'll choose fitness (but prefer both! ). I have been lifting since I was 14 years old (40 now) and have never noticed any difference during times when I stayed out of the gym or was going hard-core.

I imagine everything we do impacts test/DHT levels in our bodies to some extent, but the benefits of training outweigh the possible downsides to me.

Once you start talking about juicing, then all bets are off. I've been tempted in the past to try a cycle or two, but I never followed through primarily because of hair-loss concerns, but also health concerns. Very happy I never did.

I don't really take supplements, only some whey protein post workout. I do question what manufacturers put into supplements. Personally I think there should be some oversight to the entire supplement industry so people can feel confident they are getting what the bottle says they are getting.

Cliff notes - Live life and don't let your fear of hair-loss control your life anymore than it already does. I struggle with it daily too so you're not alone.
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Old 03-08-2013, 09:23 AM
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Juicing is nuts mate. Hairloss is the most mild side effect of it. Dont get me wrong im an avid trainer and have been tempted in the past.

But these guys have no idea what its doing to their insides.
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in my opinion, creatine can help hair loss
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There has to be a balance in our routine and regimen, but juicing is dangerous like everything else we consume... Ironically, MPB isn't a health concern.
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yes i agree protein and creatine do not cause hair loss
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