What is GW-501516 Cardarine?
GW-501516, or Cardarine, is a extremely potent PPAR agonist that dramatically increases endurance levels and fat loss. It is well known for its ability to quickly burn fat and increase endurance levels for long periods.
How Does it work?
Cardarine is a PPARδ receptor agonist and shouldn't be confused with a SARM. Basically, what it does is that it activates the protein PPAR-delta in the cells of the body. PPAR-delta is a sensor for fatty acids, which are found in muscles. Once the PPAR-delta has been switched on, your ability to burn fat increases.
Benefits of Cardarine
- Increases the ability to burn fat
- Increases endurance levels
- Boosts development of nerve cells
- Increases cardiovascular strength
- improves speed
- increases strength
- Protects brain vessels from oxidative damage and stress
Recommended cycle length
Recommended cycle length for men is 8-12 week, with cycles for women at 4-6 weeks.
Dosages for men are recommended at 10-20mg a day, with the best timing said to be around 40 minutes pre-workout. For women it is suggested that 5-10mg per day is an optimal dosage and also pre-workout for optimal effect.
Cardarine half life
Cardarine has a half hour of around 24 hours, therefore you only need to take once a day at your desired dosage.
Best stacked with
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Disclaimer: SARMs Are Banned By WADA And are both sold and Intended For Research Purposes Only. Currently Pending FDA Approval.
What is LIVMATE PLUS on cycle support?
We have been working with a manufacturer to formulate a liver support product with added benefits. Some of the active ingredients in our product not only support normal liver function, but also contain added benefits for your heart, brain, skin and stomach. This product is suitable for both men and women.
What's in it?
Each capsule contains 500mg
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