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    x-factor + TTA


    Is there any loss of effectiveness or other potential issue to taking TTA with x-factor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    Is there any loss of effectiveness or other potential issue to taking TTA with x-factor?
    Nope. Lots of users report having very nice results with these!
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    If I remember TTA frees up fatty acids (but does not actively oxidate them) and I also heard that AA is stored relatively fast...

    So would TTA not free up even more AA?
    Synergism?

    I am thinking 12 Weeks Forskolin first 6 weeks dcp then 6 weeks xfactor or maybe I should just run them both the whole time?
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    I do not think it would be usefull to have a compound that frees AA right away. It needs to be released when an injury occurs, not in the middle of nowhere.

    You can do them as you wish, you'll see great results either way
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    They have some synergistic effects. Let me see If I can find the research.
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    I can't find the research but, TTA will work in a synergistic manner with X Factor because they both stimulate PPAR alpha. Tetradecylthioacetic Acid stimulates gene expression of PPAR alpha while Arachidonic Acid can be used to make leukotrienes act on PPAR alpha as well.
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    Lookin huge Haiz!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jjohn View Post
    Lookin huge Haiz!!!
    Thanks man!
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