Night Time Fat Burner

  1. Night Time Fat Burner


    I am interested in cutting about 15 pounds of fat over the next six weeks and am curious if anyone can recommend a good night time fat burner.

    I'm not a fan of stimulants and traditionally haven't used fat loss supplements but want to see if I can get a little boost through another avenue.

    I've looked around and have come up with three basic products:

    1. Products increasing thermogensis
    2. Products increasing GH secretion
    3. Cortisol blockers

    As a note, I'm not interested in carb blockers. I'm going to be doing GVT for 4 of the 6 weeks and want to load up on carbs to get through it, while still allowing my body to burn fat (hence my interest in a supplement).

    My concerns:

    1. Chemically increasing thermogenesis and my metabolism at night will make sleep difficult, I'm already a pretty light sleeper
    2. GH products are most likely BS for the most part and as long as I do fall asleep within the first hour of laying down, I get my 8 or so hours anyways
    3. I would question cortisol blockers as well, and as I will be ingesting a high level of carbs don't know if a blocker would even be warranted. I do have a fairly stressful job though so this may be an avenue I would explore.


    I am open to learn about all products, and if my prejudices are wrong I'll be happy to know.

    Thanks in advance,

    TexasGuy


  2. Natural EFX would be a great non-stim fat burner to try. I'd stack it with SHIFT, AD-3 and MassHGH for fat burning, GH support and cortisol control. There's your stack bro!
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by cswalczakny View Post
    Natural EFX would be a great non-stim fat burner to try. I'd stack it with SHIFT, AD-3 and MassHGH for fat burning, GH support and cortisol control. There's your stack bro!
    I'll read up on those, thanks.
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  5. What about hyperthyroidism with Natural EFX and SHIFT together?

    Edit: At Czeiwledksy (sp?)
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  6. Judo,

    I'll read up on those too.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by TexasGuy View Post
    What about hyperthyroidism with Natural EFX and SHIFT together?

    Edit: At Czeiwledksy (sp?)
    You'd have a hard time dosing them high enough to get negative effects like that. Its not like taking actual T3, ya know?
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by cswalczakny View Post
    Natural EFX would be a great non-stim fat burner to try. I'd stack it with SHIFT, AD-3 and MassHGH for fat burning, GH support and cortisol control. There's your stack bro!
    agreed however replace massHGH with gf-PM and youre good to go
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by hvactech View Post

    agreed however replace massHGH with gf-PM and youre good to go
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by TexasGuy View Post
    What about hyperthyroidism with Natural EFX and SHIFT together?

    Edit: At Czeiwledksy (sp?)

    Hyperthyroidism will be unlikely from that stack, it takes most people a considerable dose of t3 before symptoms of hyperthyroidism begin to show. Shift would be my go-to product if I were wishing to add a supplement in at night to increase thermogenesis.
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  11. Thanks guys

  12. 1-1.5g tta-500 before bed.
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  13. Thermogenesis does not affect sleep. Your best option IMO is TTA-500 (oxidative phosphorylation uncoupled + b-oxidation booster) + RK-500 (HSL translocation) before bed

  14. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Thermogenesis does not affect sleep. Your best option IMO is TTA-500 (oxidative phosphorylation uncoupled + b-oxidation booster) + RK-500 (HSL translocation) before bed
    Quote Originally Posted by left hook View Post
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    May be something to look into as well

    I hate stims as well
    Like these suggestions myself.^^^

    Always been a huge fan of the TTA and Forskolin combo. Specifically used DCP + Forskolin countless times on a cut (have not tried high dosed RK tho). While I don't know if their are any extra benefits of dosing them before bed, I do usually employ TTA + Forskolin pre-bed during many weight loss periods with no detriment to sleep and great results.
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  15. Vanillean for thermo and Reduce XT for cortisol would be a fairly inexpensive combo hitting most of you points of interest. I think Reduce XT might even help with sleep as a bonus.
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