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    cleaning out my receptors


    what kind of products are the best at cleaning out one's receptors? i know there was something out on the market, just can't remember what it's called, even so there might be better things out there by now, anyone know what's a good supp or supps?

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    cleaning out what receptors?
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    reset a.d. by palo alto labs. i also heard benadryl is good but i think it only cleans out the beta-2-receptors..not sure.
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    Are you talking about adrenal fatigue? If so Palo Alto's Reset AD is good.
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    If you're talking about androgen receptors, check out LG Sciences "Receptor."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post
    If you're talking about androgen receptors, check out LG Sciences "Receptor."
    sorry , could i have been more vague? yes andro-receptors.........and this is the product that i was thinkin of. is there anything else?
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    androcept is not a cleaner, but i does "create" more andro receptors...
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    this should go in the steroid column.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ari4216 View Post
    this should go in the steroid column.
    They are talking about supplments and not steroids, it is in the correct forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post
    If you're talking about androgen receptors, check out LG Sciences "Receptor."
    Any feedback on this product?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lennoxchi View Post
    what kind of products are the best at cleaning out one's receptors? i know there was something out on the market, just can't remember what it's called, even so there might be better things out there by now, anyone know what's a good supp or supps?
    Receptor cleansing a bro-telligence myth that wont die!

    Receptors turn over so quickly that they never downgrade. Also if a receptor is stimulated you should be happy! that means its active!

    What causes slowed gains on androgens is the creation of MORE receptors. Androgens Up-regulate receptors so more holes need to be filled and doses need to go up. Also other factors come into play from simple like shbg to complex that ellude me right now...

    Cleaning your receptors is a myth and waste of time BUT if you feel this already efficient process is not fast enough to can use a metabolic stimulator like DNP or possibly t3 (I forget the research on it)...
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    plcar for androgen receptors
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    Quote Originally Posted by LatSpread View Post
    plcar for androgen receptors
    So it increases the turnover of receptors to a noticable degree while downgrading the upregulated amount of created receptors?

    Receptors are NOT the problem here... and the problems they do create can only be fixed by staying off so you have less receptors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justreading View Post
    So it increases the turnover of receptors to a noticable degree while downgrading the upregulated amount of created receptors?

    Receptors are NOT the problem here... and the problems they do create can only be fixed by staying off so you have less receptors.
    it sounds like you have more knowledge on androgen receptors than I, I just remember reading on PLCAR in the Havoc write up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LatSpread View Post
    it sounds like you have more knowledge on androgen receptors than I, I just remember reading on PLCAR in the Havoc write up.
    And man i am sure StrategicMove can come in here and add the studies either way. I dont fret over studies but I read them once and get the jist...

    I could be wrong but I refuse to think any supp will really effect your receptors to the tone of addition wieght or strength gains.
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    but man, the idea of it just kind of pops, don't it?!
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    I read somewhere that ALCAR helps with this as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TOYFORDOLET View Post
    I read somewhere that ALCAR helps with this as well.
    Id be interested in any studies but really angrogen receptors don't downgrade...
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    bump for more information on the topic
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    DNP is supposed to in theory because of increased cell metabolism resulting in faster receptor regeneration. Receptor are not "cleaned" they are turned over or not and most science suggests they up-regulate meaning there are more of them with a lower percentage of activation thus causing apparent "down-regulation"...

    Only real answer...Time or higher doses.
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