Cutting with igf

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    Cutting with igf


    I just started an igf cycle of 40mcg ed, and was wondering if it would help to support fat loss? The reason for my concern is that I have used it in the past and had great results from it, but I wasn't concerned with loseing weight either. My diet is extremely clean now, and I am only down a few pounds at this time. I think I look harder, and leaner than I have in a while, and I am not complaining, it's just that I need to lose roughly 10lbs for a match I have coming up, and I thought by using the igf along with a clean diet, it would help to spare muscle, and maintain strength while losing weight.What are some of your thoughts on this?
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    IGF is an excellent nutirent partitioner, you will lose fat & spare muscle even with a suspect diet. Eating clean & adding cardio will only enhance that effect. 10lbs of fat lost will be hard if you are reasonably lean, but 5 is very realistic.

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