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Oddly enough I've never tried Cissus despite frequent joint pain. I think it's time.
RESULTS: CQR-300 as well as CORE exhibited antioxidant properties in vitro. They also acted as in vivo antioxidants, bringing about significant (p < 0.001) reductions in plasma TBARS and carbonyls. Both CQR-300 and CORE also brought about significant reductions in weight, body fat, total cholesterol, LDL-cholesterol, triglycerides, and fasting blood glucose levels over the respective study periods. These changes were accompanied by a significant increase in HDL-cholesterol levels, plasma 5-HT, and creatinine.
CONCLUSION: CQR-300 (300 mg daily) and CORE (1028 mg daily) brought about significant reductions in weight and blood glucose levels, while decreasing serum lipids thus improving cardiovascular risk factors. The increase in plasma 5-HT and creatinine for both groups hypothesizes a mechanism of controlling appetite and promoting the increase of lean muscle mass by Cissus quadrangularis, thereby supporting the clinical data for weight loss and improving cardiovascular health.
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Cissus may work for weight reduction secondary to an increase in plasma 5HT and thus less food consumed. This explains its "synergy" with african mango, which works via a similar mechanism, this time manipulating leptin.
Cissus has outstanding anti-inflammatory and osteogenic data though, which is the main reason it should be used.
09-24-2013, 09:17 PM
How long should I wait after working out to take my Cissus?. Does it matter if it is empty stomach or not?.
09-25-2013, 11:39 AM
The idea for keeping it away form the workout is due to the inflammatory response from resistance weight training, which can be hindered a little bit thanks to Cissus. Though I consider ir it a must have for cartilage and joint health.
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I tried my pre with 200mg R-ALA and it seemed to work just as well as the 900mg of regular ALA
But regular ALA is dirt cheap, like 1 kilo for $90, that's about a 3 months dosing at 9-10gr/day.
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