WHAT IS KETOBOLIC?
Body Ripped KETOBOLIC 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.
WHAT DOES IT DO?
KETOBOLIC is a blend of two powerful Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators. Selective Androgen Receptor Modulator-RK500 - a testosterone-boosting natural raspberry ketone; as well as Selective Androgen Receptor Modulator-Nootkatone - a grapefruit extract known for its ability to stimulate energy metabolism, as well as help control diet-induced obesity by activating AMPK.
KETOBOLIC is further fortified with Creatine Monohydrate for an additional boost in strength and power.
Taken in 4-week on - 4-week off cycles, KETOBOLIC works by promoting a slingshot-like effect in testosterone signalling, and by signalling for an increase in energy through the PPAR system.
At the start of the 4-week cycle, KETOBOLIC binds the androgen receptor in the hypothallamus. This causes the body to increase its secretion of gonadotropin- releasing hormone for testosterone signalling. After 4 weeks, once the cycle is complete, testosterone levels remain elevated.
Additionally, extensive literature shows that KETOBOLIC may offer many other health benefits, such as:
● Increased energy expenditure and stimulation of energy metabolism
● Increased muscle mass and strength
● Increased secretion of luteinising hormone
- How To Use Ketobolic
- Ketobolic Ingredients
- Adults take 3 capsules daily with food for 4 weeks, or as recommended by your Healthcare Professional. Body Ripped KETOBOLIC can be used at any time of the day.
WHAT’S IN KETOBOLIC?
Androgen Receptor Complete Selective Androgen Receptor Modulator-RK500 (Raspberry Ketone), Creatine Monohydrate (Creapure), Piperine, Selective Androgen Receptor Modulator-Nootkatone.
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