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PGCL - the Next Big Thing For 2009 Anabolics

PGCL is a compound that you probably heard a lot about in 2009. It has been described as very dangerous and not for 95% of bodybuilders, but since it began to have a place in high-end bodybuilding, let's discuss it further.

It is a veterinary compound used to encourage labor in farm animals. At a weekly dose of 500 mcg for adult men, it is supplemented with human growth hormone (HGH) to burn body fat. It is a shallow injection, after being stored in the refrigerator. Shot schedules should be injected 40 mcg single, two to three times daily.

PGCL has a negative side effect. PGCL is not for women. Infertility is the first concern in young men. Respiratory tension also occurred. Nausea, diarrhea, and sweating due to high body temperature also occur. Drugs, designed to induce labor in animals, cause the body to dispose of waste in a very short time. After taking a shot, stay close to the toilet, as you will probably spend some time in them soon. Cramping due to dehydration and loss of electrolyte occurs as well.

Good side effects have been reported. Weight loss of 1.5 to 2 pounds a day is normal, while muscle tissue is fuller and harder. Food is released from the intestines quickly, so subjects can eat lots of protein without feeling full. Increased libido reported. Mostly, subjects can lose a lot of body fat without a diet. Subjects continued to eat a normal diet and lose weight. Metabolism and red blood cell count remain high, but the subject can reduce body fat.

Weight loss using PGCL due to decreased absorption of nutrients. It is the new and unique aspect of PGCL that is beginning to open its minds to the new possibilities of bodybuilding. Imagine if your diet days were over. Imagine if a single compound could be prepared with HGH and would cause the subject to lose weight quickly without changing their diet. Most muscle loss before the contest will be avoided. For this reason, PGCL opens many eyes. The medicine itself may not be the ultimate dietary solution that bodybuilders have been seeking for decades, but the process involved is possible. What if the solution for high-fat - for bodybuilders and everyday Joes too - doesn't control their diet? What if the solution is faster food removal management from the body? It opens up a lot of possibilities. Take a look at PGCL and the next generation of generations in 2009!


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