I have always wanted to hop on gear and have annoyed you guys with my ignorant posts and questions about it in this sub-forum in the past. I have spent a long time since researching AAS and studying endocrinology, which I find fascinating.
But recently, I've come to the depressing conclusion that AAS are not for me. I have a genetic background that strongly predisposes me to metabolic syndrome. I have a bit of a bad temper at times too.
So I was thinking that I might be a reasonable candidate for SARMs. I've most researched Ostarine, and while I'm not too crazy about the associated decrease in HDL, it seems partially alleviated by its beneficial effects on TGs and insulin sensitivity. I am aware that everyone in a study where the mean age was 63.6 remained in the low risk category for CV disease, so that seems promising at least (granted the dose given was only 0.3-3mg per day). I also like the legality aspect.
What do you guys think? Am I a good candidate to try a SARM? If so, what might be a good pick for me? Are there any sides related to metabolic syndrome I should know about that I may not be aware of? Would it be prudent to run lower dosages because of my existing risk factors for CV disease?