46 ways to increase DHT (2018 update)

DHT was always thought to be converted from testosterone, however, recent data suggest that instead, it's converted from Δ-androstenedione by 5α-reductase isoenzyme-1 to 5α-androstanedione, followed by subsequent conversion to DHT via the enzyme 17β-hydroxysteroid B3. The 5α-androstanedione pathway to DHT, therefore, bypasses testosterone entirely (1). Androstenedione → 5α-androstanedione → DHT. Also, "DHT formation from 4-dione (androstenedione) increased gradually and was … Continue reading 46 ways to increase DHT (2018 update)

Uncoupling: Secret to Fat loss and Health

Uncoupling protein, aka thermogenin, are proteins found in the inner mitochondrial membrane of the cell. Protons generated in the Kreb cycle leave the mitochondria via the electron transport chain, and then re-enter the mitochondria via the ATPase enzyme for the synthesis of ATP. This is called coupled respiration. With uncoupled respiration, protons re-enter the mitochondria … Continue reading Uncoupling: Secret to Fat loss and Health

Signs / symptoms of high estrogen/aromatase and top 5 supplements to inhibit the aromatase

Blocking the aromatase is crucial for decreasing estrogen, whether you have high testosterone or not. Lower aromatase activity will leaves more testosterone to bind with androgen receptors to exert its anabolic effect, as well as to be converted to DHT via 5-AR (5 alpha reductase). High Estrogen symptoms include: Pelvic painNight wakings and sweats (can't sleep … Continue reading Signs / symptoms of high estrogen/aromatase and top 5 supplements to inhibit the aromatase

60 Best ways to lower Serotonin

Serotonin is always thought of being the happy hormone and that by increasing it has an anti-depressant effect. As a matter of fact, the majority of anti-depressants is selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, and more than 90% of the people on anti-depressant medication is on SSRI. Before SSRI became so popular, there were studies done showing … Continue reading 60 Best ways to lower Serotonin