Reduce XT vs Lean Xtreme

  1. Reduce XT vs Lean Xtreme


    As a cortisol controller, which would be better used in PCT? Or could they be combined and still be effective?


  2. Reduce XT is probably better for cortisol control specifically, but the two can be combined for an additive effect, since they operate on different pathways with the release of the new LX.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Reduce XT is probably better for cortisol control specifically, but the two can be combined for an additive effect, since they operate on different pathways with the release of the new LX.
    how do you feel about this maybe being "too much"?

    i mean, we dont want to completely eliminate cortisol / lower it too much... just control it so it doesnt get too high right!?
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by HAMinTheTrap View Post
    how do you feel about this maybe being "too much"?

    i mean, we dont want to completely eliminate cortisol / lower it too much... just control it so it doesnt get too high right!?
    Correct. I'm more comfortable recommending Reduce XT from a health standpoint since I'm not sure of the degree to which the new LX compound will affect mineralcorticoid receptors.
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