Recommend A Topical Fat Loss Product

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    Yah I am covered I have the CEL formestane as per your reccomendation and Vat Attack is doing a nice job with cortisol..
    you have the master plan. just wondering out loud but i wonder how eviscerate/formestane would be if you applied at different times to different areas?
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  2. Quote Originally Posted by thebigt View Post
    eviscerate looks promising, but if you have the cash- cel's td formestane/suppress-c combo.

    bigt can you shed a little more light on this?? I just purchased supress C today and was going to use it for pct but now you got me wondering if I could use this on belly???
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by thebigt View Post
    you have the master plan. just wondering out loud but i wonder how eviscerate/formestane would be if you applied at different times to different areas?
    You mean like if you applied Formestane to Chest and Eviscerate to abs AM and changed to the opposite PM... ?
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  4. Never enough
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    I've applied eviscerate over top of e-form, and it significantly speeds absorption of the formestane. you get the whoosh of a rush like at 125mg at only 50 - 75mg.
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  5. I remember reading that Yohimbine HCl, coleus forskohlii and L-Carnitine in a DMAE base would make a good topical.

    I though topicals would only release fatty acids into the blood for energy? and spot reduction was a myth?

    So i never bothered.....
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    I've applied eviscerate over top of e-form, and it significantly speeds absorption of the formestane. you get the whoosh of a rush like at 125mg at only 50 - 75mg.
    that sounds freaking great, thanks easy. what you think of eviscerate/form/suppress-c?
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    You mean like if you applied Formestane to Chest and Eviscerate to abs AM and changed to the opposite PM... ?
    that is kinda what i had in mind, but i like easy's way better.
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by thebigt View Post
    that is kinda what i had in mind, but i like easy's way better.
    Ok I get it ... I'll have to give that a try sometime.
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by DreamWeaver View Post
    Ok I get it ... I'll have to give that a try sometime.
    fatburning benifits of eviscerate+better absorption of the formestane, i think easy is on to something good here. i am going to order some eviscerate-already have cel's td formestane.
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  10. Three questions:

    1. What are the basic ingrediants that show up in all of these products? I might whant to try making my own.

    2. For a guy who is still eating enogh to bulk, but is slowly losing weight (I was 260 at 21 and now I'm 215 at 23), would it be a good idea to use one of these products after a grueling workout, when I would be at a bit of a defisit?

    3. What are your thoughts on putting the stuf on a face?

  11. Quote Originally Posted by thebigt View Post
    fatburning benifits of eviscerate+better absorption of the formestane, i think easy is on to something good here. i am going to order some eviscerate-already have cel's td formestane.
    I am going to try it this evening, I am almost out fo eviscerate but plan on ordering more with my next order, along with more Vat Attack...
    Unremarkable is no way to go through life... Doug

  12. You guys still wont be jacked afterwards, why bother?

  13. Quote Originally Posted by Richard Gears View Post
    You guys still wont be jacked afterwards, why bother?
    haha, you are right. will never look like arnold in his prime, but where is the harm in trying to improve yourself? but thanks for your useful contribution.
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  14. Quote Originally Posted by thebigt View Post
    haha, you are right. will never look like arnold in his prime, but where is the harm in trying to improve yourself? but thanks for your useful contribution.
    That sarcasm is spon-on, T! Haha!

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  15. Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post
    That sarcasm is spon-on, T! Haha!
    lol, even an old dog has his moments.
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  16. Quote Originally Posted by Richard Gears View Post
    You guys still wont be jacked afterwards, why bother?
    But I'm already jacked my wife says it's so...
    Unremarkable is no way to go through life... Doug
  17. Never enough
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Gears View Post
    I remember reading that Yohimbine HCl, coleus forskohlii and L-Carnitine in a DMAE base would make a good topical.

    I though topicals would only release fatty acids into the blood for energy? and spot reduction was a myth?

    So i never bothered.....
    ok, topicals "only" release fatty acids into the bloodstream for energy, which is also the "only" way you reduce the size of fat deposits. so yes, you still have to do activity to use the fatty acids while they are in bloodstream, so either be at below maintenance due to restricted calories or higher activity. spot reduction isn't a myth, its just not easy.


    Quote Originally Posted by kingdong View Post
    Three questions:

    1. What are the basic ingrediants that show up in all of these products? I might whant to try making my own.

    2. For a guy who is still eating enogh to bulk, but is slowly losing weight (I was 260 at 21 and now I'm 215 at 23), would it be a good idea to use one of these products after a grueling workout, when I would be at a bit of a defisit?

    3. What are your thoughts on putting the stuf on a face?
    1) look at the labels, the ingredients are listed in all the online stores, they have to be
    2) If you are loosing weight then you aren't eating enough to bulk, but yes you can use this then, preworkout can be even more fun
    3) bad idea, it will hurt like a mofo. fat doesn't accumulate much in your face anyhow, and its one of the areas to loose fat more quickly too. if you have a moonface then its more likely also high estrogen related.
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  18. Well thankyou easy. That was useful information. I've never taken prohormones or anything, but people who know me will tell you that I'm no "low testosterone dude", so maby i have a lot of estrogen too. I think I'll worry about it though, because estrogen is good for the joints, and I already have a joint problem in one arm.

  19. Is it better to start your cut and take a diuretic then apply the topical fat loss product when you have the water drained out of you make sense? or does it not matter if you apply at whatever time during the cut, so my other question when is the best part of a cut to apply it?
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