a friend of mine was asking about supps. to decrease ab fat. He's got love handles and fat hanging over his belt buckle. My understanding of VAT is that its behind the abdominal muscles and the stomach has a firm feel. This is not what this guy has...very soft and squishy type fat. ..hes also relatively thin at 40 years old.
Chances are high that he has abdominal obesity (visceral-adipose-tissue and subcutaneous-adipose-tissue), assuming no other medical condition has been isolated. In the presence of abdominal obesity, fat loss is difficult without selective cortisol inhibition (assuming proper diet and exercise). Remember, the key is to selectively inhibit cortisol (via 11ß-HSD type 1 inhibition), not annihilate it! Without selective cortisol inhibition, abdominal fat loss will be a challenge. Besides, insulin sensitivity might be impaired; the testosterone:cortisol ratio might be compromised; and the markers of cardiovascular and endothelial functions may be depressed.
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Glycobol plus VatAttack would be ideal, its sounds like he has a poor test to cort ratio, also due to aging has wrinkly skin.
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might have to try this