THE VERY BEST ALL AROUND FAT BURNER

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  1. If you’re going to inject lcar you’ll probably want to use amp-5 as well.
    Yohimbine gives me limp dcik.
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  2. Nicotine patch. Toremifene. Hydrocortisone tablets for breakfast and lunch. Anavar pre-workout. Intermittent fasting. Fasted lifting. One meal a day, at night. High-dose melatonin at bedtime.

    You're never going to find anything more effective than this.

    But what do I know?
    Dem gainzzz, bruh!
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by Spurfy View Post
    Nicotine patch. Toremifene. Hydrocortisone tablets for breakfast and lunch. Anavar pre-workout. Intermittent fasting. Fasted lifting. One meal a day, at night. High-dose melatonin at bedtime.

    You're never going to find anything more effective than this.

    But what do I know?
    What do you know?
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by Spurfy View Post
    Cortisol is the single best fat-burner.

    " In conclusion, the present study unmistakably shows that cortisol in physiological concentrations is a potent stimulus of lipolysis and that this effect prevails equally in both femoral and abdominal adipose tissue."Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab. 2002 Jul;283(1):E172-7.

    " In conclusion, we find that GH and cortisol stimulate systemic and regional lipolysis independently and in an additive manner when coadministered." Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab. 2004 Mar;286(3):E488-94. Epub 2003 Nov 4.
    Doesn't cortisol make you fat? Isn't it a stress hormone or something?

  5. Quote Originally Posted by lucifer92 View Post
    Doesn't cortisol make you fat? Isn't it a stress hormone or something?
    Cortisol is a catabolic hormone, meaning it causes the breakdown of larger molecules into smaller ones to be used as fuel. Like protein in muscle to be broken down into amino acids.

    Fat storage is an anabolic process caused from anabolic hormones.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by brofessorx View Post
    Cortisol is a catabolic hormone, meaning it causes the breakdown of larger molecules into smaller ones to be used as fuel. Like protein in muscle to be broken down into amino acids.

    Fat storage is an anabolic process caused from anabolic hormones.
    I always thought the more cortisol you have the harder it is to lose weight

  7. Quote Originally Posted by lucifer92 View Post
    I always thought the more cortisol you have the harder it is to lose weight
    The more cortisol you have the harder it is to retain muscle.
    Cortisol burns fat, muscle, and glycogen.

    The goal for most people is to burn fat while trying to maintain muscle.
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by brofessorx View Post
    The more cortisol you have the harder it is to retain muscle
    Unless you're in a fasted state. GH is sharply elevated (1600%+) in a fasted state, and GH inhibits cortisol's ability to break down muscle, and instead cortisol almost exclusively breaks down fat.
    Dem gainzzz, bruh!

  9. Quote Originally Posted by lucifer92 View Post
    I always thought the more cortisol you have the harder it is to lose weight
    Coritsol stimulates appetite and indirectly promotes fat storage in the presence of elevated insulin. Cortisol alone does not make one fat, though it does cause sub-q fluid retention due to its action in the kidneys.
    Dem gainzzz, bruh!

  10. Quote Originally Posted by brofessorx View Post
    The more cortisol you have the harder it is to retain muscle.
    Cortisol burns fat, muscle, and glycogen.

    The goal for most people is to burn fat while trying to maintain muscle.
    Didn't know that, i thought that it just stores fat and eats muscle.
    Best ways in your opinion to achieve this goal?

  11. Quote Originally Posted by Spurfy View Post
    Unless you're in a fasted state. GH is sharply elevated (1600%+) in a fasted state, and GH inhibits cortisol's ability to break down muscle, and instead cortisol almost exclusively breaks down fat.
    I am in fasted state since you mentioned.
    Any links or studies to read more about this? It sounds great.

  12. Quote Originally Posted by lucifer92 View Post
    I am in fasted state since you mentioned.
    Any links or studies to read more about this? It sounds great.
    Yeah, lots. Search Pubmed
    Dem gainzzz, bruh!

  13. What about sarms like GH or SR?
    "A dumbbell is a man's best friend"

  14. Quote Originally Posted by Spurfy View Post
    Yeah, lots. Search Pubmed
    Go to Dr Fung's website. W w w . Intensive dietary management. Com
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