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    Bromelain and X-factor


    I'm interested if Bromelains anti-inflammatory effects effect any of Xfactor's mechanism's. maybe WL knows or maybe PA can chime in.

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    bump if this effects X factor mechanisms(PGF2 ?) I don't think it does and if it does its so small it wouldn't matter-Thats my guess based from my research.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smeton_yea View Post
    bump if this effects X factor mechanisms(PGF2 ?) I don't think it does and if it does its so small it wouldn't matter-Thats my guess based from my research.
    I think it would come down to the quantity of Bromelain (mg) used similar to EFAs/Cissus/etc. while using ArA.

    I would think you'd be fine unless mega-dosed.

    I'll see if I can point someone more knowledgeable towards this thread for you.
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    Since bromelain can act as an anti-inflammatory agent via its ability to reduce levels of prostaglandin E2 (and thromboxane A2), I would probably keep it to a minimum during your X-Factor cycle.
  

  
 

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