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Supplements by Simon Hepperpig - Sat, 18 Mar 2017 14:05:02 EST ID:9zc2QRtm No.93998 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I know roids are a pretty drastic option given the side effects, and there's also HGH (which is apparently expensive as all hell and can have pretty bad side effects too if you aren't careful).

Anything less dramatic that I can do on top of diet and exercise to accelerate results a bit?
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Doris Shakeshaw - Sat, 18 Mar 2017 15:10:00 EST ID:+FUQO/LY No.93999 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Anything that can get your natural testosterone levels up really.
Diet can cover that, as well as good sleep.
Things that are hard to obtain through diet are Vitamin D, Magnesium and zinc. Taking a reasonable amount supplementally can bring up your natural test levels.
Pretty much getting your vitamins/minerals is guaranteed to bring your test levels up. Supplements like Citrulline/arginine and melatonin have been shown to slightly increase HGH during sleep.

That's all I know, really.
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Simon Hepperpig - Sat, 18 Mar 2017 15:24:25 EST ID:9zc2QRtm No.94000 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93999
Hey, that's something! Thanks, I'll start taking Vitamin D, magnesium, and zinc.


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