In the past several months, and perhaps longer, there has been a great debate about weather it’s a good idea to drop your AI, and let E2 seek it’s natural level. Which by the way, according to some, it’s suppose to happen in about 4-6 weeks , from the time you drop your AI. However, there are the naysayers, that say “that’s ridiculous” for a series of reasons. Then there are the guys in the middle, who don’t really care about the “great debate” they just want to feel, and preform better, regardless of age. So here’s the question. Using myself as an example, if I dialed up my cardio, and weight training and I was was more selective about my diet, and burned off as much of that pesky body fat as I could, thereby lowering my inventory of aromatase enzymes, which convert testosterone to E2, wouldn’t I be well on my way to having a great E2 and T level? I believe the end result in this instance would be that both E2 and T would be cruising at there “natural levels”? So for me my new AI is my Gym!
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