The technique is a riff on an approach used to manage agricultural pests since the 1950s known as “sterile insect technique.” Using radiation, scientists made insects like the screwworm unable to produce viable offspring. By 1982, screwworm was eradicated from the US using this alternative to pesticides. In “Silent Spring” Rachel Carson suggested this approach was the solution to the dangers of harmful pesticides agricultural producers required to protect their crops. The problem was that it did not work on every insect—in many cases, it simply left irradiated insects too weak to compete for mates with their healthier kin.
Looking for advice.. I’ve made an appointment to get the pshot next month but I’m wandering what things can help or hinder obtaining the best results. First of all, does being overweight have an adverse effect on optimal pshot results? I’m 6’1″ 256lbs so I am a bit overweight..would losing weight first help in getting optimal results? Also what things, if any, can I be doing to prepare for the shot? Things like drinking plenty of water and eating foods or taking any supplements that might help in increasing my red cell/ platelet count? Also any thoughts as to other supplements to use in conjunction with the pshot like an hgh releaser such as Genf20 or using dht cream? Thanks.