This Supplement tells your body to build muscle (mTOR) by up to 636%!

  1. This Supplement tells your body to build muscle (mTOR) by up to 636%!


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    From the very first dose Primabol gets to work by increasing the signaling that tells your body to build muscle (mTOR) by up to 636%.

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  3. Does Phosphatic Acid help reduce bf%, or will it only increase mass? After I cut to my desired weight @185-200lbs, 5'10. I'll want to add muscle but not become a bulky mass monster.

  4. Stop.right.there. The mTOR pathways are NOT to be manipulated. Unless, you are aware of the consequences of your actions or you are under direct care of a physician.

    We need some inflammation to heal. This is why nsaids within the first 24 hours post workout are discouraged.

    mammalian Target of Rapamycin has pathways C1 and C2. The medications Sirolimus and other immunosuppressants are prescribed to patients who have received an organ transplant. C1 and C2 must be suppressed in order to facilitate the acceptance of the new organ by the body.

    C2 is never to be altered in any way outside of this. C1 can be pushed down in a wave pattern. This is being investigated extensively as a way to extend life by reducing overall systemic inflammation and possibly removing scenesent cells. These cells build up with age. They fail to be extinguished from the body and hang out poisoning other cells nearby.

    Supplement companies are notorious for pushing "junk science" upon people. Show us all the peer reviewed joural articles backing up your claims. What does the National Institutes of Health have to say about this?

    Increasing mTOR advances aging on the cellular level. This leaves a person open to an entire host of immune system disorders.

    Do everyone a favor and stop trying to sell this overpriced garbage.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by MedRat View Post
    Stop.right.there. The mTOR pathways are NOT to be manipulated. Unless, you are aware of the consequences of your actions or you are under direct care of a physician.

    We need some inflammation to heal. This is why nsaids within the first 24 hours post workout are discouraged.

    mammalian Target of Rapamycin has pathways C1 and C2. The medications Sirolimus and other immunosuppressants are prescribed to patients who have received an organ transplant. C1 and C2 must be suppressed in order to facilitate the acceptance of the new organ by the body.

    C2 is never to be altered in any way outside of this. C1 can be pushed down in a wave pattern. This is being investigated extensively as a way to extend life by reducing overall systemic inflammation and possibly removing scenesent cells. These cells build up with age. They fail to be extinguished from the body and hang out poisoning other cells nearby.

    Supplement companies are notorious for pushing "junk science" upon people. Show us all the peer reviewed joural articles backing up your claims. What does the National Institutes of Health have to say about this?

    Increasing mTOR advances aging on the cellular level. This leaves a person open to an entire host of immune system disorders.

    Do everyone a favor and stop trying to sell this overpriced garbage.
    Interesting... Definitely sounded a little too good to be true. But that's why I'm here. To avoid making poor choices and purchases.
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