Post Number: 55
|Posted on Monday, November 30, 2009 - 06:15 am: ||
This will sound weird.
A friend of mine recently turned me onto a product called Anabolic Halo, which is marketed toward weight lifters. Ostensibly, it works by causing more of your free testosterone to bind to whatever process repairs your muscle tissue, thereby cutting down on your recovery time and helping you bulk.
If this does work the way it says it does, shouldn't it help with AGA? After all, if you have less free testosterone in your system, you should have less dht production/less dht binding with your follicles, no?
I'm probably missing something here.
Post Number: 3969
|Posted on Monday, November 30, 2009 - 02:12 pm: ||
The theory is right but I wouldn't count on Anabolic Halo to grow luxuriant hair. You probably are missing something here. Bodybuilders tend to believe the advertising on new products - I was a bodybuilder myself - I know the mental process. I urge you to be cautious with products like these. But who knows, the product might actually do what it claims.