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    best fat burner for cortisol control?


    Hi All,

    I am about to start either an EC cycle or Clen cycle for fat loss. I have been using lean extreme so far as a stimulant free fat burner. I have noticed better sleep but no more fat loss than usual which is about 1-2lbs a week. I also read a lot that the old formula takes a dump on the new one. Has anyone got any other suggestions of anything to run for cortisol control or even a more complete product?

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    Quote Originally Posted by braxbrah
    Hi All,

    I am about to start either an EC cycle or Clen cycle for fat loss. I have been using lean extreme so far as a stimulant free fat burner. I have noticed better sleep but no more fat loss than usual which is about 1-2lbs a week. I also read a lot that the old formula takes a dump on the new one. Has anyone got any other suggestions of anything to run for cortisol control or even a more complete product?

    Thanks
    I just started EC today as well. Im doing 100c 3 times a day and 25 3xs a day of E....im also in about 5 days going to be using Free Test and HGHUP,both which contain LCLT and Alcar,so i think this should work well..

    Anyway why not add some Alcar to the stack and 81 mgs baby aspirin.
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    do either have a cortisol control at all? ive been impressed with my sleep on lean extreme at least
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    Reduce XT by SNS. Like the old Lean Xtreme formula. http://www.nutraplanet.com/product/s...t-90-caps.html
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    Lean Xtreme is good and so is Reduce-XT. You could look at Abliderate Advanced if you want to use a topical or Erase can help with that, too. IIRC, Anabeta Elite added a component for cortisol control, too.

    And I'd opt for EC over clen, personally.
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    Reduce XT is king for systemic control
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Reduce XT is king for systemic control
    what this man said.
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    Reduce xt is my fav cortisol product.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewey99 View Post
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    I must concur
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    Quote Originally Posted by BPjohn123
    Reduce xt is my fav cortisol product.
    Mine as well. I've run it quite a few times over the years.
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