I have the ruler of all bad advice. Back at the old gym I used to train at, Pure Fitness in Scottsdale, AZ, they used to get pissed off at me because I read t-mag and would tell people not to buy their supplements (because they were crap). They were selling pyruvate, tabletized creatine, DHEA, some blend of androgens, mainly 4-ad, for ridiculous prices. I got many lectures from the manager on this....and I eventually learned to keep my mouth shut. Then one day I was talking with one person that had bought a few suppos from there and I put on a somewhat decent face for the club until he told me they had him on DHEA. While most of us know that DHEA pretty much does nothing and the only study showing it's effectiveness was done on obese women, this man also had a health condition, high blood pressure. So lets think physiogically here for a moment.
Lets assume the trainer though DHEA worked.
So he should've been thinking:
DHEA leads to increased testosterone production. But then Increased testosterone production will increase the production of erythropoietin (however it's spelled) in the kidneys and further stimulate Red blood cell production. This will raise Red Blood cell count, increase the viscosity of the blood, and increase blood pressure.
WHAT THE FUCK WAS HE THINKING?
That was a lawsuit and a half right there.