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    Question adding t3 to dnp?

    ive been reading a lot on this board about ppl adding t3 to there dnp ...im just curious to know what is the benefit to this?? more fat loss?? sorry if this sounds stupid fellas..

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    The reason people add t3 is that dnp temporarily shuts down your natural t3 production. So people supplement with t3 for the added boost. The thing that you have to be careful about is going catabolic with t3. One of DNP's strengths is that it is not catabolic, so throwing t3 in there could start the muscle eating process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soontoberipped
    The reason people add t3 is that dnp temporarily shuts down your natural t3 production. So people supplement with t3 for the added boost. The thing that you have to be careful about is going catabolic with t3. One of DNP's strengths is that it is not catabolic, so throwing t3 in there could start the muscle eating process.
    There's that and it also will increase the fat loss effects.
    If u plan on using it with DNP i don't recommend going over 50mcg/day, i'd say 25-50mcg would be good, but remember to keep ur protein high and try to work out.
    A long low dose of DNP is the way to go.

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    thanks for the responses

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