Ketotifen Fat Loss
The fat burning effect of clenbuterol can be further enhanced by additional substances. When combined with thyroid hormones, specifically Cytomel, the thermogenic effect can become extremely dramatic. This can be to a point that an athlete could shred exceptional amounts of extra far during contest preparations, without a dramatic restriction in calories.
Ketotifen has also been extremely popular adjunct to clenbuterol therapy as of late, which is an anthistamine that exhibits the peculiar and extremely welcome side affect of upregulating beta-2 receptor density. It seems capable of not only increasing the potency of each dose of clenbuterol, but also preventing the rapid drop in thermogenic effect that is attributed to receptor down regulation.
This product is an excellent fat burner since your metabolism is greatly increased while being on it. You can afford to be a little sloppier on pre-contest dieting since it will still burn fat when you are taking in a lot of calories since your metabolism is going haywire. When taken with Clenbuterol, this is the single best fat-burning combination that is available today (with the possible exception of DNP).
Clenbuterol is a selective beta-2 agonist that is used to stimulate the beta-receptors in fat and muscle tissue in the body.
Clenbuterol exhibits most of its effects on the stimulation of both type 2 and 3 beta-receptors.
It is effective in helping to burn bodyfat. Clenbuterol is also effective in increasing muscle mass and decreasing fat loss.
Clenbuterol generally come is 20 mcg tablets, although it is also available in syrup.
Users will usually tailor their dosage individually, depending on results and side effects, but somewhere in the range of 2-8 tablets per day is most common. Clenbuterol is often stacked with Cytomel.
Ketotifen Fat Loss was made popular by its ability to inhibit the down regulation of beta receptors caused by drugs like clenbuterol. Clenbuterol, albuterol, and Ephedrine used to be cycled on and off because they desensitize the various receptors they act on to produce their lipolytic effect.
Ketotifen, in medical circles, is also recognized for its ability to lower levels of the cytokine Tumor Necrosis Factor-alpha (TNF-alpha), which is a catabolic hormone, and this is a property that Benadryl does not have to my knowledge.
Ketotifen is used by people suffering from wasting diseases partially caused by TNF-alpha. I think, however, its ability to lower TNF-alpha is going to be overshadowed by anabolic effects produced by anabolic steroids.