EVLTEST Brings EVL's Advanced D-Aspartic Acid to Powder Form!

EVLTEST Brings EVL's Advanced D-Aspartic Acid to Powder Form!
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Haven’t the only studies on healthy young resistance-trained individuals found that DAA, at best, has no effect on testosterone levels, body composition, or muscle strength, and, at worst (at 6g/day) actually decreases testosterone?



I’d say that DAA may have some use for older people and/or people with low-testosterone levels, but I do not think it’s likely that using 3g/day DAA for 2 weeks, or any period of time, is going to have any real benefits for healthy young resistance-trained individuals. Perhaps after PCT, not replacing an actual SERM of course, since you’d technically have low-T levels after a cycle, but that’s it really IMO.


#3

I agree that DAA might be useful for low test levels. And I mean really low, like right after a cycle when you are suppressed.
But not much to support it for regular test boosters. Other than it being a popular and well known ingredient that people have heard works.