just wanna let you guys know about my experience with TTA

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  1. el es dee

    el es dee ...through a cloud of chalk and the midst of pain.

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    first a little writeup:

    Writeup from Omega Burn3d:

    TTA - Tetradecylthioacetic acid. Yes, I know its hard to say, but it is of my opinion that any non-stimulant fat burner needs to incorporate this new and intriguing compound. TTA is a fatty acid with a sulfur atom substituted at the 3rd position in place of a carbon (also known as a 3-thia fatty acid). What this does is prevent the TTA molecule from being oxidized (or burnt up) by the body for fuel. TTA is a potent activator of a set of nuclear sub-receptors dubbed the PPARs. PPARalpha (PPARa) is responsible for fat mobilization and burning, PPARdelta (PPARd) is somewhat greyer area, as it is not too well understood, and PPARgamma (PPARg) is responsible for fat storage. TTA is a very strong activator of PPARa, leading to a host of fat burning changes. By activating PPARa (which stands for peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor), structural changes take place in the mitochondria of the body, causing them to enlarge and proliferate. The same happens with peroxisomes, which are also responsible for oxidation of fats. What does this all mean? The liver becomes a fat burning machine, draining fatty acids from the blood and burning them up in the many new mitochondria and peroxisomes. TTA has shown resultant dramatic decreases in blood FFA concentrations, and has been shown to be cardioprotective by changing cholesterol profiles from negative to beneficial.

    writeup from NP:

    TetradecylThioacetic Acid (TTA) is another PPARalpha activator [7]. TTA works in conjunction with OEA in increasing the oxidation of fatty acids and decreasing the storage of fatty acids. TTA has been shown to increase insulin sensitivity by increasing hepatic fat oxidation and ketogenesis while draining fatty acids from the blood and extrahepatic tissues. Increased insulin sensitivity means less insulin needs to be secreted to accomplish a given task. this is beneficial while dieting because insulin is anti-lipolyic.


    my experience:

    At high doses this stuff can make you cramp pretty badly. lucky for me i have not really experienced much of it. i take 200 mg of potassium and 2g of taurine as soon as i feel any cramping. I have been taking it for about a month and i have seen great results. If you mix it with some Salvia Miltiorrhiza and ALA it makes a great damage control stack for a cheat meal. If you guys have any questions ill try and find you answers.

     
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    igo4bmx WHAT WHAT WHAT THE FU OT Supporter

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    how long have you taken it?
    what was your eating and workout plans like?
    before and after fat%?
     
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    sesamin extract pwns for ppar regulation.

     
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    el es dee ...through a cloud of chalk and the midst of pain.

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    using both pwn even more
     
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    el es dee ...through a cloud of chalk and the midst of pain.

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    taken it about a month
    diet wasnt really dialed in, bunch of cheat meals each week
    lost about 1% bf in a month with pretty crappy diet
     
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    werd..did it incrase the frequency of your bowel movements?
     
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    sesamin did not work well for me at all.
    in fast i stopped a couple days ago, and now i lost 3 lbs since then
     
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    el es dee ...through a cloud of chalk and the midst of pain.

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    no, forskolin did though
     
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    i did too while using sesamin
     
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