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25 August 2008


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Arthur De Vany

In response to your question, I have never used performance enhancing (a fiction) drugs. Nor do I take prescription drugs. My testosterone is 660, higher than any reading my doctor has seen, though not at the top limit of the lab. Being lean and muscular and not over doing anything, work, play or exercise, helps a lot. Avoiding glucose is a large factor since one 75g dose of glucose can lower testosterone by 25%.

I make my own, endogenous GH through intense, but brief, exercise and intermittent fasting.


Professor De Vany -- Many thanks for the response. My readers, (few but dedicated) would welcome any links to discussions about your implication re: "performance enhancing drugs (fiction)".


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