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2009/07/31 22:20:28 (permalink)
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Fat stripper on the AD

Hi guys,

Ive been on the AD for around 4 months now, i just comming to the end of a cut but have a little stuborn fat i want to shift before bulking over the winter. Its been aong time since ive used anything other than greentea to aid fat loss but while browsing i noticed ****'s fat stripper has some good reviews and im thinking of giving it a go for the last month of my cut. Many moons ago i took sci mx xedra cut which was good but it stopped me sleeping so i was put off it.

It is ok to take fat stripper on the ad isnt it? 
Is it  worth it for the last month before a slow bulk?

Cheers 

post edited by Bluebear - 2009/07/31 22:25:50

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    Re:Fat stripper on the AD 2009/08/01 10:58:58 (permalink)
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    You can take them by all means but I've seen a lot on CKD's/Keto diets argue against their use due to their ability to increase cortisol!


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    Re:Fat stripper on the AD 2009/08/02 00:05:00 (permalink)
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    Gothic_Muscle

    You can take them by all means but I've seen a lot on CKD's/Keto diets argue against their use due to their ability to increase cortisol!



    Cortisol?? 
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    Re:Fat stripper on the AD 2009/08/02 07:42:50 (permalink)
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    Re:Fat stripper on the AD 2009/08/02 13:44:37 (permalink)
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    Wilks

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cortisol



    In English? lol.

    That gives me an idea of what it is and does, but what affect does it have on the AD?

    GM whould you steer clear? 
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    Re:Fat stripper on the AD 2009/08/02 15:46:38 (permalink)
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    Stress hormone. Too much converts protein to glucose, in otherwords you start eating away at your muscle tissue to fuel your exercise and other activites. Which is why i am not a fan of the keto diets.

    Better off with targeted carbs.
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    Re:Fat stripper on the AD 2009/08/03 21:51:37 (permalink)
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    Paulbes

    Hi bud, I spoke to my friend last night who is on the AD and has our fat burners and he was stuck at 165lb until he took them he is now 154lb his lightest ever adult weight.
     
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    But is it bodyfat he's losing?

    I think i'll steer clear to be on the safe side, cheers anyway.
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    Re:Fat stripper on the AD 2009/08/03 22:08:05 (permalink)
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    theiopener

    Stress hormone. Too much converts protein to glucose, in otherwords you start eating away at your muscle tissue to fuel your exercise and other activites. Which is why i am not a fan of the keto diets.

    Better off with targeted carbs.



    Ah, Ive never heard of this in the AD book or AD threads. I guess while on the AD i should try to aviod increasing this hormone in any way. Is it only things like Fat stripper that can increase it? 
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    Re:Fat stripper on the AD 2009/08/03 22:13:38 (permalink)
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    I've read the AD book, i think Pasquale is a hack and full of sh1t. Metabolically impossible spring to mind with some of his claims.

    Stimulants can increase cortisol, so can resistance exercise if you dont fuel it right.
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    Re:Fat stripper on the AD 2009/08/03 22:29:25 (permalink)
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    theiopener

    I've read the AD book, i think Pasquale is a hack and full of sh1t. Metabolically impossible spring to mind with some of his claims.

    Stimulants can increase cortisol, so can resistance exercise if you dont fuel it right.



    My diet is pretty sorted, i think im fueling my training right. Do you mean getting enough cals before and after and/or from protein. Im quite anal with my diet. There's mixed reviews on pasquale's book but its seems to be working for me.

    What sort of stimulants are we talking? I only take creatine, whey, caseine, multivits and efa's. I drink quite abit of green tea but thats ok isnt it?
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