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gh fragment 176(7?)-191

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escholar05
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I'm interested in doing research with this peptide, but I do not know much about it, all I find is "its sweet" or "its bunk". I was wondering what results others have had in experimenting with it, what a typical dosage protocol is for such research, etc.

My average research subject is 230lbs at about 15% bodyfat, and I would be interested in finding out in the course of my research how this peptide affects "bulk", especially during a cutting mode of diet and training.

Thanks for any and all information.


   
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escholar05
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Also, what about combining this with t3 or clen or both? Or is my subject too fat for that?


   
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escholar05
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anyone?


   
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HugeDeep
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as far as it affecting bulk, if you are referring to fat then i would say yeah it will affect it but you wont get massive with it. secondly we know you dont have research subjects. HAHA. From all the research and tests already in place i would try it out. For dosing, i am not sure. You will have to google it or wait for another to post up. here is some info from innovative research.
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Investigators at Monash University discovered that the fat-reducing effects of GH appear to be controlled by a small region near one end of the GH molecule. This region, which consists of amino acids 176-191, is less than 10% of the total size of the GH molecule and appears to have no effect on growth or insulin resistance. It works by mimicking the way natural HGH regulates fat metabolism but without the adverse effects on blood sugar or growth that is seen with unmodified hGH. Like unmodified GH, the HGH fragment 176-191 stimulates lipolysis and inhibits lipogenesis both in laboratory testing and in animals and humans. The HGH fragment does not appear to affect appetite

"SPES ET FIDES"


   
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escholar05
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saw right through me about the research subject, haha. I just didnt know how to present questions, since I'm new to the forum. Anyways, I decided to forgo all the fancy stuff and just go with good old ECA. Thanks for the help tho.


   
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