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Theoretically shouldn't you hold water - isn't that one of the 'side effects' of PPA agonism?
It could be off target effects, though - in which case, the extent will vary from user to user based on genetic differences.
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DCP 2.0 is an agonist of both PPAR Delta & Alpha and is an antagonist of PPAR-Gamma.
TZD's are PPAR-Gamma agonists and PPAR-Gamma agonism is known to cause water retention.
As is PPAR-Delta agonism,but to a much lesser extent.So with the antagonistic actions of DCP 2.0 on PPAR-Gamma,water retention should not be an issue.
I would look towards addresssing potassium intake,if water retention is that much of an issue.
While cutting or recomping,I believe a fair amount of water retention is a GOOD thing as one's joints are less prone to being "dried out" and thus,lessens the chance of injury from training & cardio while in a calorie deficient state.
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Appreciate the input Colin! I also feel that some water retention to help lube the joints would be a good thing. I know with the OG DCP some users reporting cramping and an increase in water intake helped. Were there any reports of bloat with the OG DCP?
Since stopping version 2.o three days ago the water retention is gone. Will start adding 1 cap per day again till water retention become a problem again.
So it seems all the other PPAR agonists / antagonists must be contributing to the water retention. I've been using DCP 2.0 for almost four weeks and have not had any whilst I suffered badly on the original DCP/
I didn't have any issues with water retention on 2.0 myself but each person is different.