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Unread 11-08-2016, 07:22 AM
tyler163 tyler163 is offline
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Default brain natriuretic peptide (BNP)

Reading the "stubborn fat solution" i read about BNP, found it interesting.
Aside from the theory about fat cachexy in heart failure or some cancer, i did remember that i read some paper about Endurance and BNP (it have the same lypolitic effect of ANP); even i don't found the one i search, here do you have a study about it:

what do you think about? is another way to "prove" the theory beyond SFP
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Unread 11-08-2016, 07:50 AM
lylemcdonald lylemcdonald is offline
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NP's are interesting compunds but how are you going to increase it?
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Unread 11-08-2016, 09:28 AM
tyler163 tyler163 is offline
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look at the pdf i posted.
"An electrically braked bicycle ergometer was used for maximal exercise test until exhaustion. The sedentary controls exhausted much earlier than the
athletes depending upon their level of exercise."

endurance trained have a higher basal level and with this kind of exercise it raise from 45 to 58 (statistical signifcant) and in "normal people" the basal level increase from 34 to 43.

in ultramaratoners it raise even more.

empirically you give an advice (in SFP 2.0) that raise BNP...the intensity part of the protocol may increase BNP (because you advice to train at effort 9-10/

i don't know if there is another way to increase it, like you state in our book increased Blood pressure (sodium or whatever else) can increase too.

Maybe sodium bicarbonate can increase it even more and buffer the lactic acid to create a strongest lypolitic effect but is only "speculation".

I hope you can elucidate that even more, it could be something pretty new in the stubborn fat war
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