Article: Opiod Receptor And Obesity

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    Whatever happened to hard work and self control?
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    True... Yet


    Originally Posted by fightbackhxc View Post
    Whatever happened to hard work and self control?
    Very true, I see your point, and agree 95%. To play devil advocate the same could be said for PED's as it's an edge if used correctly. Not saying you or anyone is using, well not everyone. We're all looking for an edge, from supplements to PED's (hate saying "drug"). Except for those with weight issues they cant control no matter how hard they try so this this coud be there edge. I'm not talking about the lazy kids or adults shoving bad food down all day and no excersize, only sticking up for those with bad genetics that could possibly get an edge and more confidence if this works. My genetics needed a little boost for muscle gain, my metabolism in my mid 30s is the same as it was at 17, gaining weight has not been easy with just hardwork and self control, had to get a little help, which helped self confidence. Yes this diet idea seems odd, as anabolics seem odd to the majority. Most of us know at least someone with bad genes, they try everything and no results, I feel bad for them trying to fit into societies "look". We know lots that just shove food down and dont workout, I don't feel bad for them, nor the high obesity rates on the US. This new diet could help some.
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    No different than someone taking clen while cutting (only in terms of potential safety and effectiveness).

    edit: in relation to the hard work comment (not MOAs, etc.)
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    Originally Posted by MidwestBeast View Post
    No different than someone taking clen while cutting (only in terms of potential safety and effectiveness).

    edit: in relation to the hard work comment (not MOAs, etc.)
    clen is to speed up the process. You still need a clean diet to really reap the benefits. Ovwrweight people literally have zero self control. This just means they will be able to eat more crap than they already do
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    New research demonstrates that blocking the delta opioid receptor
    Here I thought this is what the article would actually be about, you know, because it said it was. This has nothing to do with "blocking" the receptor, the mice were genetically altered to be born completely without it. That could have caused other genetic malformities that haven't been taken into account. Simply blocking the receptor with a drug may not have the same effect.

    Yes, ethically it would be no different than steroids or clen.
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