Bulk Berberine

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  1. My guess would be around 3 times a day a little bit before a meal, similar to yellow gold. I could be wrong though, I would wait for dsade for the final word


  2. FYI...Nobody claimed that this was Anabolic Pump.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by dsade
    FYI...Nobody claimed that this was Anabolic Pump.
    i was wondering about that.seems nutra and usplabs have a very good relationship and i know in previous post you have said that you didnt wanna try to copy there formulations.theres a lot of assumptions being made by people tho

  4. Quote Originally Posted by wojo
    i was wondering about that.seems nutra and usplabs have a very good relationship and i know in previous post you have said that you didnt wanna try to copy there formulations.theres a lot of assumptions being made by people tho
    Berberine was requested as something that would stack well with DCP.

    I also went over my supplier's overstock list, and he had it for me.

    As for the jabs being thrown our way that we are aching to copy USP...ridiculous. I can do my own research and design, as I have already proven.
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by dsade
    Berberine was requested as something that would stack well with DCP.

    I also went over my supplier's overstock list, and he had it for me.

    As for the jabs being thrown our way that we are aching to copy USP...ridiculous. I can do my own research and design, as I have already proven.
    Yea... I think you reaking HAVOC, and the beauty of DCP will prove that. Anyway AP is being reformulated for any of those thinking it will be a copy.

  6. Derived from the Vinegar discussion at M&M, and the article cited:

    Cellular Basis of Exercise-induced Changes in Substrate Metabolism
    Finally, Neil Ruderman, MD, PhD, of the Boston University School of Medicine, a leader in the enzymology of muscle metabolic pathways, discussed the latest information on the cellular basis for exercise-induced changes in substrate metabolism.[7] Dr. Ruderman addressed the regulatory events that allow the muscle cell to utilize glucose or fatty acids at rest and during exercise, and he focused particularly on the role of AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) in fatty acid oxidation.
    Skeletal muscles consume 80% to 90% of whole body oxygen utilized during exercise. Their choice of substrate for fuel differs during rest and exercise in normal persons. At rest (while fasting) about 90% of fuel consumption is fatty acid-derived and about 10% is carbohydrate-derived. But with moderate exercise, there are substantial increases in both fatty acid and carbohydrate oxidation. How do these shifts occur? There is an important molecular sensor that regulates the change the level of AMP in the cell, which reflects a decrease in the fuel supply.

    During exercise, as a result of increased glucose uptake and glycogenolysis, glucose-6-phosphate increases in muscle cells. Normally it is not permitted to accumulate because pyruvate dehydrogenase is activated within seconds, resulting in increased flux through the Krebs cycle leading to increased glucose oxidation. Fatty acids are likewise oxidized but via a different pathway under different regulation. Lipolysis during exercise leads to increased delivery of free fatty acids to muscle cells. These are taken up by the cells, initially bound to a fatty acid binding protein, and then acted on by fatty acyl-CoA synthase to produce long chain fatty acyl-CoA.

    A crucial next step is the activation of carnitine palmitoyl transferase I (CPT I) to shuttle the fatty acyl-CoA into the mitochondria for oxidation. CPT I is inhibited by malonyl-CoA, which is synthesized by the action of acetyl-CoA carboxylase (ACC), ACC is regulated positively by increased citrate (an allosteric activator that accumulates in the presence of insulin and glucose) and negatively by AMPK. Citrate activates ACC, while AMPK phosphorylates and inhibits ACC in a manner that supersedes the effect of insulin and glucose. A third regulator of malonyl-CoA is malonyl-CoA decarboxylase, the activity of which is also increased by AMPK, and which decreases malonyl-CoA levels in the cytosol.

    To put these events in a physiologic context: during feeding, in the presence of insulin and glucose, malonyl-CoA accumulates and inhibits CPT I, thus inhibiting fatty acid oxidation. Conversely, when the muscle cell is deprived of glucose, or when it is contracting, malonyl-CoA decreases due to increased AMPK activity (resulting from low fuel supply and increased cellular AMP) as well as increased malonyl-CoA decarboxylase activity -- fatty acyl-CoA can then be transferred to the mitochondrion for oxidation.

    So, as a result of AMPK activation during muscle contraction, the activity of ACC goes down and the activity of malonyl-CoA decarboxylase goes up, and they remain in this state for some time after the contraction. During this time the concentration of malonyl-CoA presumably remains low, permitting enhanced fatty acid oxidation. This mechanism may be a major pathway of enhancing lipid oxidation after exercise. There are also other amplifying effects of this mechanism. For instance, AMPK can also phosphorylate and inhibit glycerol phosphate acyl-transferase, an early step in forming diacylglycerol and triglycerides. It would be beneficial to prevent the accumulation of these lipid moieties in the muscle cell, inasmuch as increases in muscle diacylglycerol, triglyceride, fatty acyl-CoA, and the resultant activation of protein kinase C isoforms, are associated with insulin resistance. Furthermore, data from research by Goodyear and colleagues[8] at the Joslin Diabetes Center, Boston, show AMPK activity enhances glucose uptake into muscle cells.[8]

    These data underscore the importance of effective lipid oxidation in response


    taken from:Log In Problems

    Correct me, then, if I am wrong...but a DCP/SesaThin/Berberine dose before workout, then Anti-Oxidants/HCA/Vinegar/citrate post workout would seem to be an extremely potent Recomp protocol?

    Thoughts?
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  7. Not the smartest person here, but it sounds pretty damn spot on to me. I might give it a run when I can buy some DCP samples and let you know.

  8. yea im hoping dcp becomes available soon

  9. Quote Originally Posted by wojo
    yea im hoping dcp becomes available soon
    I'll have the firm date for you guys today.
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  10. I love the addition of RK in the formula...read a very good write up on the benefits for fat loss over at BB.com

    This design will truly change the direction of fat loss supplements in the industry!
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  11. interesting.....

  12. Whats the good news?!?

  13. Quote Originally Posted by johnfaceman
    Whats the good news?!?
    Bump, was hoping to make an order soon.

  14. Sorry guys I bought it all up... Please move along.

  15. Quote Originally Posted by Jayhawkk
    Sorry guys I bought it all up... Please move along.
    Now we all know thats not true. D was told to hold a couple kilos for me

  16. There was a miscalculation on the total amount he had on hand. There is only going to be a little bit available. I did, however, talk to my overseas source to bring in more material.

    The price wont be beat by anyone.
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  17. Quote Originally Posted by dsade
    There was a miscalculation on the total amount he had on hand. There is only going to be a little bit available. I did, however, talk to my overseas source to bring in more material.

    The price wont be beat by anyone.
    When will you have that little bit available. Im ready to buy.

  18. Quote Originally Posted by johnfaceman
    When will you have that little bit available. Im ready to buy.
    Monday.
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  19. 2 days to steal the ATM on the corner...check.

  20. Quote Originally Posted by stryder
    Bulk Berberine HCL now in stock
    Got some coming my way! :bb2:

  21. Don't forget, y'all owe some feedback on Berberine.
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  22. Quote Originally Posted by dsade
    Don't forget, y'all owe some feedback on Berberine.
    Feedback coming soon.

  23. Quote Originally Posted by johnfaceman
    Feedback coming soon.
    Thanks
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  24. I got your feedback!

  25. Jayhawk Timberlake - Bring Feed...back
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  26. BUMP for feedback
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  27. Quote Originally Posted by dsade
    BUMP for feedback
    Hey D. I emailed NP about my berberine. When I got it in the berberine was all in one kinda moist clump. The rest of my order was fine. I emailed to make sure this wasnt normal and what I should do and I was waiting for a response before I went on to give feedback. I havent heard back yet.

  28. Im thinking about trying to just bust off the doeses and try doing it that way, you think that would work?

  29. Yeah, I think that would be fine. I think the guys are out this weekend, so we might have to wait until Monday to get a final ruling....judges?
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