The average Trenbolone Acetate dose varies based on your cycle and stack. During an off-season bulking cycle, most bodybuilders find that 50mg every other day is comfortable and effective. Some men tolerate up to 100mg every other day with no issues, and they find that this does offers the best results for them. During a cutting cycle, people tend to push the envelope a little more with Tren and utilize doses even higher than 100mg every other day, but not everyone can tolerate these as the risk of side effects increases. No one should ever use more than 200mg every other day, even if they seem to tolerate it well.
Trenbolone acetate is a modified form of nandrolone.  The structure of trenbolone acetate is a 19-nor classification, which represents a structural change of the testosterone hormone. Trenbolone acetate lacks a carbon atom at the 19 position and carries a double bond at carbons 9 and 11. The position of these carbons slows its metabolism, which greatly increases its binding affinity to the AR, and inhibits it from undergoing aromatization into the corresponding estrogenic metabolite. Trenbolone acetate contains trenbolone modified with the addition of a carboxylic acid ester ( acetic acid ) at the 17β-hydroxyl group.  This facilitates the slow release of the AAS from the area of injection.
Anabolic/androgenic steroids can have deleterious effects on serum cholesterol. This includes a tendency to reduce HDL (good) cholesterol values and increase LDL (bad) cholesterol values, which may shift the HDL to LDL balance in a direction that favors greater risk of arteriosclerosis. The relative impact of an anabolic/androgenic steroid on serum lipids is dependant on the dose, route of administration (oral vs. injectable), type of steroid (aromatizable or non-aromatizable), and level of resistance to hepatic metabolism. Due to its non-aromatizable nature and strong resistance to metabolism, trenbolone has a moderate to strong (negative) impact on lipid values and atherogenic risk. Anabolic/androgenic steroids may also adversely affect blood pressure and triglycerides, reduce endothelial relaxation, and support left ventricular hypertrophy, all potentially increasing the risk of cardiovascular disease and myocardial infarction.