Bad choice of words on my part. When I said shoot it down, I meant explain why with this evidence, high protein diets are still a good/great idea.
Really, I'm trying to figure out why the Apex Corporation (whose cert. I have to get to make more money) states to stay away from high protein diets, period.
Aside from that. I believe they tested T levels before exercise. Is it possible that the muscle building process would inhibit T throughout the day, or is their method of testing only seeing a small picture of fluctuating T levels?
If this will all be covered in the article, I'll wait patiently.
By the way, thanks for chiming in!