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    Risks with Reduce XT?


    I am starting a low carb ketogenic diet called Carb Nite. My goal is to reduce fat and maintain muscle. My workout will be a hypertrophy routine with incline treadmill walking for cardio. I am looking at Reduce XT as a possible supplement for this protocol. Does this negatively affect cardiovascular biomarkers in any way?
    Also, any additional supplement recommendations are welcome (note that I stay clear of supplements affecting dopamine).

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    Reduce XT is great on a cut, and shouldn't cause any negative cardiovascular biomarkers.

    Given Reduce XT's effect on cortisol, thyroid, and reducing water retention from its effects on the nephron, it makes for a great supplement whilst cutting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaronuconn View Post
    Reduce XT is great on a cut, and shouldn't cause any negative cardiovascular biomarkers.

    Given Reduce XT's effect on cortisol, thyroid, and reducing water retention from its effects on the nephron, it makes for a great supplement whilst cutting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aaronuconn View Post
    Reduce XT is great on a cut, and shouldn't cause any negative cardiovascular biomarkers.

    Given Reduce XT's effect on cortisol, thyroid, and reducing water retention from its effects on the nephron, it makes for a great supplement whilst cutting.
    Thank you sir.
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    Would Forskolin be a worthwhile addition? The same criteria would apply.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JReinhal View Post
    Would Forskolin be a worthwhile addition? The same criteria would apply.
    Very, very much so.

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    And my blood pressure, cholesterol, etc should be unaffected as well with forskolin?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JReinhal View Post
    And my blood pressure, cholesterol, etc should be unaffected as well with forskolin?
    From what I read about forsk, it'll help reduce bp...
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    Forskolin + Reduce XT would be a very nice stack.

    Reduce XT is one of the better supplements out there for those on a cut - I believe that now, and when I worked for SNS.

    The only potential issue would be a little soreness in the joints, but at most reasonable doses it won't be an issue and it was never a problem for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aaronuconn View Post
    Reduce XT is great on a cut, and shouldn't cause any negative cardiovascular biomarkers.

    Given Reduce XT's effect on cortisol, thyroid, and reducing water retention from its effects on the nephron, it makes for a great supplement whilst cutting.
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    7-keto and forskolin both improve cardio biomarkers
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    The above is my own opinion and does not reflect the opinion of PES
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    Quote Originally Posted by De__eB View Post
    You know, your posts here are the New York Times to your bb.com posts USA Today.
    He's quoting his mentor
    http://pescience.com/
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    The above is my own opinion and does not reflect the opinion of PES
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    Quote Originally Posted by De__eB View Post

    You know, your posts here are the New York Times to your bb.com posts USA Today.
    lol. I always reword and rephrase mine/Coop's posts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    He's quoting his mentor
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    Quote Originally Posted by JReinhal View Post
    And my blood pressure, cholesterol, etc should be unaffected as well with forskolin?
    Yep, you are good to go on those.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleWade View Post
    Forskolin + Reduce XT would be a very nice stack.

    Reduce XT is one of the better supplements out there for those on a cut - I believe that now, and when I worked for SNS.

    The only potential issue would be a little soreness in the joints, but at most reasonable doses it won't be an issue and it was never a problem for me.
    Toss some thyrocaps in that mix!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JReinhal View Post
    I am starting a low carb ketogenic diet called Carb Nite. My goal is to reduce fat and maintain muscle. My workout will be a hypertrophy routine with incline treadmill walking for cardio. I am looking at Reduce XT as a possible supplement for this protocol. Does this negatively affect cardiovascular biomarkers in any way?
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    Wtf is carb nite? This is the second time I've heard of it... I'm obviously going to hit up Google but... too many damn eating protocols out to keep up with
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spaniard View Post

    Wtf is carb nite? This is the second time I've heard of it... I'm obviously going to hit up Google but... too many damn eating protocols out to keep up with
    Lol I agree. Way too many.

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    I'm also looking at possibly supplementing with ArA. With this being a pro inflammatory Omega-6, would high cholesterol (LDL) and blood pressure be a deterrent to taking this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by aaronuconn View Post
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