My take on DAA has changed drastically as more information has become available.
Follow the link above to read about the most recent evidence that proves that DAA is not a very effective supplement.
I’ve never had any luck with D Aspartic Acid…
Until recently, that is.
And now I know why so many bodybuilders worship
It really works if you get things right.
The problem is – older guys respond to aspartic acid
much differently than younger guys do…
If you’re over 30 you’ll get nice T bump from it initially.
But that testosterone will be converted to estrogen at a
This is my theory at least, but I’m positive I’m right.
This explains why I always felt good on aspartic for about
But lost my wood by day 3 every single time I used it.
So step one for me was using aspartic with an aromatase
Because an anti-aromatase will prevent T to E conversion
in the body.
Here’s the one I used. Along with this brand of D Aspartic Acid.
The beauty of this combo is, it’s dirt cheap…
Even more so if you already have some aspartic sitting
in your medicine cabinet.
If you do, just stick with the brand you already have.
But we’re not done yet…
We still have to figure out how to cycle this stuff…
Because aspartic acid is an amino. Not a T-Booster.
So we can use it on a much longer cycle…
The most recent study on aspartic had the participants use
2,000 mg for 90 days straight.
After I read this I thought, great. I’ll take it every morning and
see how it goes.
After 2 weeks following this plan the benefits disappeared
Even though I was using an anti-aromatase.
So it was back to the drawing board.
Then I found an earlier study where the participants were
on a 12 day cycle, followed by a full week off.
That did the trick for me.
More frequent nocturnal erections was the most noticeable
And they hit me early…
Sometimes only 3 hours after I hit the sack which is highly
unusual for me.
And this occurred despite the fact that I take my aspartic early
in the morning…
So the half life of this stuff is impressive. And the benefits accumulate.
If you’d like to test this yourself, here’s how I suggest you use it.
Take 12 days off your testosterone boosters.
But continue to paint if you’re following that protocol…
Then take 3 grams of D-Aspartic Acid every morning for 12 days…
In the study I referred to earlier the participants saw total testosterone
increase 42 percent after 12 days of use…
But they saw no additional increase after that. So make sure you stop
after dose number 12.
Then when you cycle off the aspartic, go back to your T-boosters.
The 12 day gap will ensure that they’ll hit you hard when you
cycle back on.
And in case you’re wondering…
The shilajit that we talked about last week stacks up nicely with
…because shilajit enhances the effectiveness of any other supplement
So stay with it if you’re using it. If not, don’t worry about it..
So that’s it…
If you decide to try this, do me a huge favor and give me your
feedback after your first 12 day cycle.
I’d especially like to hear from men who are over the age of 40.
You guys often make it to a certain point, then get stuck and
find it hard to make additional progress.
I have a strong feeling this protocol will take many of you to
the next level.
Here are the links.
P.S. Here’s a link to the study mentioned above if you’d like to dig deeper.
D-aspartic acid in the release and synthesis of LH and testosterone in humans and rats