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    I think I'll give this a try, dieting has become...

    I think I'll give this a try, dieting has become much harder recently, maybe because I have hit a bodyweight I haven't been at since I was 18 (that's 12 years ago). Could definitely notice a big...
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    Was there an adaptation phase in the beginning or...

    Was there an adaptation phase in the beginning or did you adapt to this way of eating immediately?
  • Poll: Damn nutrition subforum, making cutting even more...

    Damn nutrition subforum, making cutting even more painful than it already is.
  • Bone structure definitely matters a lot. My...

    Bone structure definitely matters a lot. My father has very big wrists and has bigger biceps and more jacked forearms than most gymbros, to the point where random strangers would sometimes comment on...
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    I agree on both bacon and lobster, although I...

    I agree on both bacon and lobster, although I like both. I love lobster, but it is not much better than other shellfish and probably gets its reputation just from how damn expensive it is.

    I'll...
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    IMO sushi deserves the hype (just ate it for...

    IMO sushi deserves the hype (just ate it for supper). It's not my number 1 choice for takeout food (that one goes to indian food) but it's a close second. My only problem with it is that I can never...
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    You used an extreme example here. I don't think...

    You used an extreme example here. I don't think anyone believes the effect to be this large. In the crude figure I made earlier in the thread representing each position, for the position I personally...
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    I am not sure I understand your point here? Do...

    I am not sure I understand your point here? Do you mean that if what I wrote was true then we should see that mechanism in the meta-analysis?
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    One additional point that I don't think has been...

    One additional point that I don't think has been mentioned yet. It could be simultaneously true that powerlifters can gain more lean mass, but that p-ratios are still better when you cut before you...
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    Thanks, I didn't notice that part. That is...

    Thanks, I didn't notice that part.

    That is definitely interesting. I don't understand why they didn't just make this relationship their main result, as that would be much (!) more compelling. If...
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    Maybe, but it is like testing testosterone levels...

    Maybe, but it is like testing testosterone levels in response to a supplement, these levels fluctuate a lot naturally. So to really get a sense of how your DHT levels are affected by supplementation...
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    Are you aware that their "lean gains" metric will...

    Are you aware that their "lean gains" metric will be affected by changes in fat mass, not just lean mass? From their blog post:

    "So, we made up our own “lean gains” metric, which is simply the...
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    Replicating the DHT/creatine link alone, no....

    Replicating the DHT/creatine link alone, no. Proving a causal link between creatine supplementation and hair loss? A good study on that would be extremely publishable.

    I don't necessarily think...
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    No I meant "I am not sure if I believe in that...

    No I meant "I am not sure if I believe in that result", as it has only been reported in a single study using a very small sample, and this study has never been replicated.

    You could flip your...
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    Ah ok, yeah I personally don't believe in that...

    Ah ok, yeah I personally don't believe in that association but who knows. My father lost his hair without taking creatine and I think my hair started thinning well before I started taking it so might...
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    No creatine?

    No creatine?
  • Unless you are already really advanced, you are...

    Unless you are already really advanced, you are probably heading for an injury.
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    Good point(s). It seemed to me that the...

    Good point(s).

    It seemed to me that the effect sizes weren't very large here though, but I don't really understand the dependent variable and how much variation along the y-axis would be...
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    The more I think about the meta-analysis the more...

    The more I think about the meta-analysis the more I agree with you that they have been pushing this way too hard. Studies on obese/overweight people are probably far more likely to have put...
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    I agree there's probably heterogeneity, and that...

    I agree there's probably heterogeneity, and that your question above is what we really would want to answer in a perfect world. I think of the main question for now as "what is, on average, the most...
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