WHAT IS ECDYSTERONE?
Body Ripped ECDYSTERONE is a highly advanced, natural Selective Androgen Receptor Modulator, which has been extensively tested and clinically proven to offer a natural alternative to chemical variants.
ECDYSTERONE is comprised of natural compounds (Ecdysteroids) that are structurally similar to androgens.
WHAT DOES IT DO?
Of most interest to the bodybuilding and athletic community, is that these compounds have been called by some researchers as "behaving similar to anabolic steroids putatively without the androgenic effect". Due to the lack of androgenicity, their safety profiles are much greater than anabolic androgenic steroids. They are also known for their nitrogen-retention activity.
Additionally, Ecdysteroids may possess a wide variety of healthy side-effects, such as lowering cholesterol and blood glucose. Furthermore, they are seen as being healthy for the liver and intestines due to their ability to increase protein synthesis. They may also have protective effects on neural (nerve) tissue.
Extensive literature shows that ECDYSTERONE may offer many other health benefits, such as:
● Enhance protein biosynthesis at the ribosomal level of the cell
● Maximise muscle mass, while stimulating fat-burning capabilities
● Increase strength and endurance
● Nitrogen retention activity
- How To Use Ecdysterone
- Ecdysterone Ingredients
- Adults take 1 capsule, three times daily with food, or as recommended by your Healthcare Professional. Body Ripped ECDYSTERONE can be used at any time.
WHAT’S IN ECDYSTERONE?
Creatine Monohydrate (Creapure), Androgen Receptor Complete Selective Androgen Receptor Modulator-Ecdysteroid Cyanotis arachnoidia, Piperine.
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