No alcohol. I don't know, I guess everyone responds differently. I abused the hell out of my liver when I was younger and that's the only time it's ever been out of range. Apparently MK 677 + ibuprofen + anavar was enough to do it.
I think the limitation of the study you posted is that the researchers can't control for any changes in diet. They asked participants to maintain normal diet but that doesn't mean people didn't eat more calories due to increases in hunger caused by MK. So, that could be an explanation as to why the studies show no change in bodyfat but more diligent people here experience some bodyfat reductions. Or people here just happened to lose weight due to diet in spite of MK and just happened to be taking it at that time.Quick question so I got mixed reviews with MK677 when it comes to burning bodyfat; I know it isn't as great as pharma or generic HGH. But I'm looking at studies and it shows no change in reduction of adipose tissue when running MK compared to HGH. I see there was lbm increase but that is due to intracellular water retention. People are gaining a shitton of strength while on MK677 cause of water retention, but when they come off do they drop that strength cause of water weight coming off? I mean I put on a good amount of water retention from creatine; but my strength levels just dip a lil when I come off; would this be the same with MK677? Also I'm going through the thread and some people are saying they lost bodyfat using this drug; but that could be due to the diet itself, unlike HGH I see people maintain their bf percentage or even dropping a lil during a bulk.
Effects of an Oral Ghrelin Mimetic on Body Composition and Clinical Outcomes in Healthy Older Adults: A Randomized, Controlled Trial
I'd say it depends on how long you use MK. If only a month (for example) then I think you're ok not using berberine, metformin or another GDA. But if you intend to use MK long term then I'd definitely look into taking a GDA along with it. I don't believe it would make you full blown diabetic as long as you're still doing your cardio and eating at maintenance or at a moderate surplus. But it could play hell with your degree with insulin sensitivity. So I'd take the precaution of a good GDA along with it.Should you be taking berberine for mk or is it not a big risk for making you diabetic?
I'm gonna use for 3 months 30mg yeah I guess I'll just buy some and use it just to be on the safe side I guess.I'd say it depends on how long you use MK. If only a month (for example) then I think you're ok not using berberine, metformin or another GDA. But if you intend to use MK long term then I'd definitely look into taking a GDA along with it. I don't believe it would make you full blown diabetic as long as you're still doing your cardio and eating at maintenance or at a moderate surplus. But it could play hell with your degree with insulin sensitivity. So I'd take the precaution of a good GDA along with it.
so I got some mk677 for a buddy. I ended up getting stuck with a couple grams of it so I was considering a low dose in addition to my aas regiment.
I am curious what benefits one would get from a 10mg per day dose for 4-6 months. I’m looking for something just to help with healing, general health, decrease BF. Im not looking for any drastic visual benefits, more or an underline support for my training and aas cycles. I’m hoping staying in a lower dose range along with what’s in my aas stack will ward off too much water retention. Also what’s people’s experience with the hunger? Does that get under control when your body starts adapting after a couple weeks? I’ve heard it does as well as it doesn’t.
I welcome any opinions, experiences, or suggested readings...
Ya I’ve been taking it befor bed, I already get up 2-3x a night to eat even before the mk, so I’m hoping once that part wears off the gh part will improve my sleep a bit.The hunger is intense at first, but wears off pretty fast for me. At first taking it before bed would keep me up hungry. Switched to middle of the night and that worked out better. Sleep well and just wake up hungry for breakfast.