Another Vitamin-B compound, folic acid, is also strongly linked with serotonin levels. Boosting folate levels in older people, who are generally deficient compared to younger adults, has been found to improve their mood and cognitive function . Even in healthy adults higher levels of serum folate have been linked to fewer mood swings and negative moods. And even more impressively, high folate levels can improve other depression treatments , particularly with how well anti-depressants work . Exactly how folate relates to serotonin is unclear, though it appears to act through an intermediate compound called S-adenosylmethionine (SAM). SAM increases serotonin levels, but it requires folic acid. Folic acid deficiency leads to low levels of SAM, and subsequently reduced serotonin.
Next week when i get back in the gym from my break i am going to be doing the BCAA/fasted-state protocol. I know stimulants like caffeine will be okay to take pre-workout. but what about amino acids such as tyrosine and ALCAR.
i'm noticed when i tried to take tyrosine in the ., but i feel as if i'm kicked out of the "Fasting state". so i now save it for the 8 hour window.
By taking in tyrosine and ALCAR pre-workout with the caffeine, then the BCAAs right before the workout. would that be pretty much altering the fasted state of the body?
I know it might not matter in the long-scheme of things, but i'm just curious lol. thanks
The best course of action may be to utilize enough non-hormone steroids, and during the last phase of the cycle, using fast acting substances like testosterone propionate or trenbolone. Oral dianabol may also be effective as it can clear away quickly from the body. Also, during the whole cycle, efforts should be made to keep the levels of estrogen down. This can be done with the help of compounds like formestane and arimidex . Taking non-aromatizable steroids like winstrol and trenbolone is also a good way to keep estrogen levels under control.