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Unread 07-23-2018, 12:16 PM
PhysiologyIsPhun PhysiologyIsPhun is offline
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Default Cardarine

I first read about Cardarine when SARMs started to become popular a few years ago (yes I'm aware it's not a SARM). It seemed like a really good supplement for endurance athletes, but it never really excited me because it didn't seem to me like it had many effects on body composition and I had read in a couple places it increases your risk of cancer.

My interest was recently sparked again and I did some more digging. It seems that there have been many more studies done on its purported cancer causing effects, and it seems to be safe in that respect as long as you use a sane dose and cycle length. On top of that, I've seen a lot of stuff citing that it will be of great benefit for body composition as it reduces glucose metabolism and promotes lipolysis. It seems like it might be a great tool to add to your arsenal once you're already lean and muscle loss starts becoming a big issue. Has anyone used it before or done a lot of research on it just for fun?

I'm mainly interested in two concepts:
1) Is the cancer risk anything to worry about?
2) Would it be effective as a body recomposition tool when used in conjunction with a large deficit (especially when lean)?

And yes, I know just hopping on the 600mg would be way more beneficial but I'm really trying not to mess with my HPTA axis at all right now and it looks like Cardarine has no effect on that.
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