Tags : Fat Loss

Clenbuterol: build muscle and lose fat at the same time?

When it comes to performance enhancement and fat loss, Clenbuterol is always a popular and widely utilized substance. Known for its powerful effects on both athletic performance and body composition, Clenbuterol has been, for decades, a staple among athletes, bodybuilders, and fitness enthusiasts. In this article, we will look a little bit into how Clenbuterol […]Read More

Tirzepatide: better than Ozempic?

  Tirzepatide is a promising new drug belonging to the GLP-1 and GIP Receptor Agonist classes of drugs that has recently been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of type 2 diabetes. It appears as an alternative to Ozempic (Semaglutide), which has rapidly become a popular weight-loss medication among […]Read More

B-AET: the fat-burner you’ve never heard of

B-AET, also known as Beta-Androstenetriol, is a DHEA metabolite that offers incredible health benefits, anti-catabolism, and fat-loss. Unfortunately, chances are you’ve never heard of this compound before. Fortunately, the reason why you’ve never heard of it before is that it’s incredibly hard to find, and not because it has some major drawback that makes it […]Read More

MOTS-c: a promising PED

MOTS-c (Mitochondrial Open reading frame of the Twelve S rRNA-c) is a 16-amino-acid, mitochondrial analogue peptide that has recently garnered some attention in bodybuilding circles thanks to its seemingly miraculous properties. The role of MOTS-c is to regulate metabolic functions for the production of energy. It’s mechanism of action is incredibly complicated and not very […]Read More

Tesofensine – what is it and how does it work?

Tesofensine, also known as NS2330, is technically classified as a presynaptic serotonin–noradrenaline–dopamine reuptake inhibitor. Its pharmacological action leads to the inhibition of the reabsorption of these neurotransmitters by the central nervous system, resulting in reduced feelings of hunger. This compound primarily acts as an appetite suppressant while also influencing fat oxidation and resting energy expenditure. […]Read More

Rauwolscine: the ultimate solution for love handles?

Yohimbine is a potent fat-burning agent that is known for 3 things: Being extremely effective at reducing stubborn fat, improving libido significantly and causing terrible fever-like symptoms in most users. Rauwolscine (alpha-yohimbine) is an isomer of Yohimbine that is slowly gaining popularity as a cleaner, safer yet more effective alternative to its parent compound. It […]Read More

Sobetirome: T3 without the side-effects?

Sobetirome (also known as GC-1) is a Thyroid Receptor Beta-Specific Agonist drug that was developed as a potential alternative to T3 and T4 for the treatment of hypothyroidism. As you know, the thyroid hormones T3 and T4 regulate metabolism and other important physiological processes within the body, so being thyroid deficient is not only incredibly […]Read More

Adipotide: dangerous fat-burner or miracle drug?

Adipotide (Prohibitin-targeting Peptide 1) is a peptide that was originally developed for the treatment of cancer. However, animal studies found that it could destroy fat cells and cause fat loss. Unfortunately, this drug can be very dangerous if misused, hence its infamous reputation in bodybuilding circles. What does Adipotide do? In a nutshell, Adipotide targets […]Read More

Unveiling the stealthy power of protein: The hidden thermogenic effect

In the world of fitness and nutrition, the term “thermogenic effect” is often associated with fat burners and intense workouts. However, there’s a silent hero in the nutrition realm that plays a pivotal role in this process – protein. Beyond its well-known muscle-building capabilities, protein possesses a hidden thermogenic effect that can significantly impact your […]Read More

The impact of steroid use on thyroid production

Something that we rarely discuss in the bodybuilding community is the impact AAS use has on thyroid function. Is it positive? Is it detrimental? In this article, I will be looking at some of the data regarding the interaction between AAS and endogenous thyroid hormones, and explain why using low doses of exogenous thyroid hormones […]Read More