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Peptides with or without insulin?

ShZ

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Hey guys,

I hope someone can clear this up for me. As we all know, GH only becomes anabolic when Insulin is present. Without it, our body couldn't produce IGF-1 and the GH would only assist in FFA mobilisation. If we apply this fact for the use of peptides, we'll run into a problem though. GH and Insulin are counteractive. This means if we'd add some insulin to our pep.tide stack, it would blunt the GH release. If we leave it out however, we can't produce the IGF-1. Am I missing something or is there a trick?
 

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Have you ever tried C Peptide (C-5051)? In proinsulin, the insulin A and B chains are linked by C peptide. During the biosynthesis of insulin, the C peptide promotes proper protein folding and disulfide bond placement after which it is cleaved. The cleaved peptide may inhibit insulin aggregation and is stored and released from the β cells with insulin in a one-to-one molar ratio. C peptide is a marker for β cell function in vivo; levels are enhanced in insulin resistance or insuloma and reduced in insulin insufficiency (type I diabetes). C peptide may alleviate the vascular damage and neuropathy associated with insulin depletion.

Source: Sigmaaldrich
That has absolutely nothing to do with the OP's question, fucktard.
 

Krus8r

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Hey guys,

... This means if we'd add some insulin to our pep.tide stack, it would blunt the GH release. If we leave it out however, we can't produce the IGF-1. Am I missing something or is there a trick?

How about if you take the insulin ~30 mins after your peptides, assuring that the GH release is already underway?
 

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