CKD and T3

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    CKD and T3


    Ive been doing ckd for awhile now. and have read it slows your thyroid. so i was wondering should i get a thyroid supplement like from NP or actual T3(like clen)

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    I would just start taking T-3 which will further slow your thyroid down. Something ALRI Thyrogen-X works well.
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    you would take T3 to slow your thyroid? i thot the ckd slowed your thyroid and you want it not slow?
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    Quote Originally Posted by avenue Red View Post
    Ive been doing ckd for awhile now. and have read it slows your thyroid. so i was wondering should i get a thyroid supplement like from NP or actual T3(like clen)

    First of all, clen is not T3.

    You shouldnt doing T3 or clen if you dont know the difference, they can both f#ck your world up.
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    well first off
    thnx for being an a**
    if you got what i meant i mean T3 as NP thats a normal supp.. T3 like clen. is "real" T3
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    Quote Originally Posted by avenue Red View Post
    clen. is "real" T3

    Ok lets try this again, clen is not T3.

    Clen is a stim, T3 affects your thyroid.
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    Triiodothyronine (T3) is a hormone produced by the thyroid gland.

    CKD's don't slow your metabolism down.

    Caloric deficits slow your metabolism. Deficits, and those that are a result of restricted carbohydrates, can also reduce leptin levels which is a metabolism thermostat.
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    i know....
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    Quote Originally Posted by avenue Red View Post
    well first off
    thnx for being an a**
    if you got what i meant i mean T3 as NP thats a normal supp.. T3 like clen. is "real" T3

    I have absolutely no idea what this means. Can someone translate?
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    Quote Originally Posted by avenue Red View Post
    i know....
    ok forget it.
    OK
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