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Discussion in 'Feedback/Suggestions' started by kris90, Dec 6, 2017.

  1. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Cost $75 to test water.

    CignatureHealth discuss 1.5 to 2 Liters daily as a full daily water intake.
    One reason they underline is fat consumption.
    Not only one volume of fat converts to 1.1 volume of mitochondrial water but additionally water consumption goes down.
    Look up that discussion on their site.

    Overall, it may mean that you do not eat enough fat.
    It does not mean that you should eat 3.678 liters of fat, water needs supposedly go down with increased fat consumption.

    1 gallon=5.67812 liters

  2. kris90

    kris90 New Member

    @JanSz I drink the majority of my water in the fasted state, i.e. morning to noon. Within 60 mins of rising, I've already drank 1.5 L of water.

    Regarding fat intake, I eat between 150g to 200g if I had to guess. Yesterday I probably ate about 250g of fat and over 3000 calories.
  3. drezy

    drezy Gold

    Thought this through a little more. My number is probably useless to you.

    Based on the below rules of thumb your water is likely drastically more depleted than mine:thumbsup:.

    Also below is a picture of a dissatisfied roadrunner. We've been getting a string of UV 4 days and we've been outside all day. The roadrunner would very much prefer the yard be his exclusive hunting ground. He runs right up to us within 7 feet and makes a very unpleasant sound. I don't translate roadrunner calls but I'm pretty sure I know what he's telling me to do. Crazy flightless bird.
    [​IMG] [​IMG]

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  4. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

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  5. Sun Disciple

    Sun Disciple AKA Paul...That Call Drop'n Canadian

    Get some Chaga Tea in mate! Its local and seasonal cures what ails ya.
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  6. kris90

    kris90 New Member

    So there have been some great discussions here, and I would like some opinions. I just got my T levels checked while off my HCG:

    Testosterone Total: 13.7 nmol/L (6.1-27.1)
    Testosterone Free: 235 pmol/L (110-660)
    Testosterone Bioavailable: 5.5 nmol/L (2.8-15.5)
    SHBG: 43 nmol/L (13-89)
    25-hydroxy Vitamin D: 120 nmol/L (75-250)

    Now, in terms of my "man-health" I feel totally fine with these numbers. In fact, I've had much lower before. However, I have noticed that my body composition, appetite and sleep have changed a little (for the worse). HCG had me ripped to shreds, never hungry, and sleeping like a baby always. I have gained a bit of fat since coming off HCG, and noticed I eat a little more lately despite doing more CT. Also, my sleep has not been as deep.

    Obviously these 3 changes are important, so it makes me wonder if HCG was helping me more than hurting me? I'm still functioning quite well considering my low T levels, but HCG definitely gives me an "optimal" boost, if you will. But if having an extra few lbs of fat, and eating a little more is better for my longevity, then I'll take that. But the sleep has me a bit concerned.
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  7. Antonis

    Antonis Nature

    Hey Kris. I personally believe you are good to go. If you faction well then you don't need HCG. You just need to adapt longer without it.
    It's not a problem to be few pounds fatter. We are mean to be up down like that.
    SHBG is quiet lower hun? Vitamin D due lattitude.
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  8. kris90

    kris90 New Member

    Yes. I had my Vitamin D at 138 nmol/l last year. Not sure what happened.

    As for the HCG, guess I'll wait it out and see. It's definitely a boost, but maybe when the sun comes back, I won't need it.
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  9. Antonis

    Antonis Nature

    I believe so.

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