EliteFitness.com Bodybuilding ForumsThere are currently 1 users browsing this thread. Is clen catabolic or anabolic, since you already had a thread catabooic on basically the same topic, I merged the two threads. Would've been better to run it all the way through your cycle. I might have setup that cycle just a tad differently, but nothing that would be a huge difference. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 40 of
Clenis it still thought of as an anti-catabolic? | The Iron Den
By andye , April 4, in Steroid and Testosterone information. If you ran Clenbuterol for 6 weeks without using Ketotifen the beta receptors would downgrade and you would have a nasty rebound effect fat gain when you stopped using it. I still say its catabolic in high doses and is indiscriminate about the type of muscle it catobolises it can even attack cardiac muscle.
As such its a drug which is overused I believe. Wouldn't mind seeing that article though Andy just to check it out. I have not heard of clen being catabolic, but to be anabolic the doses are way to high for humans to endure. I had a quick scan, sounds interesting, I'll print it off and read it properly later,. Clen causes cardiac hypertrophy and cardiac necrosis cell death to some degree, in some cases. The author also re-iterates you have to take Benadryl or Ketotifen to reduce the down regulation of the beta receptors.
Im not trying to be negative but I wont be trying taking clen for weeks straight anythime soon, the anabolic aspects if they exist in human don't kick in until that time. Wait till the studies are confirmed in humans.
Thats half the problem though while the sides are more pronounced in animals, so are the results. I wouldn't have a problem running up to mcg of clen puerely for the fat loss aspect for weeks if running Ketotifen or similar at the same time. But I wouldn't expect any anabolic or anti-catabolic effect from it.
Personally speaking, I don't find it cattabolic. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Sign up for a new account in our community. Already have an account? Posted April 4, Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. I believe it is. Dose dependent like t3 id say. Small doses eg 40mcg can be anti-catabolic as can I still say its catabolic in high doses and is indiscriminate about the type of muscle it catobolises it can even attack cardiac muscle As such its a drug which is overused I believe.
Posted April 5, Posted April 6, Theres a lot of mayby's and mights in that article. Some quotes do stick out though. By all means take an anti-catabolic dose during PCT. Posted August 26, edited. Posted August 26, Yes it is true the animal doses are higher than the human doses. Any potential cardiac risks are going to be greater the longer the duration.
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