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    xell is offline Junior Member
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    DNP storage!!!!!!!!

    How long can one store DNP in room temp. before it gets ruined?

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    nobody who knows?

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    I don't have any info to back this up, but it's my personal belief that after WWIII only three things will have survived. Cockroaches, Christmas fruitcakes, and DNP . I wouldn't worry about it.

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    Sv!!

    hehe oki, but one more question though:

    Is there any limit like when you get your bodyfat to an certain degree were DNP wont work anymore?

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    DNP never stops working. By making your ATP cycle inefficient and it basically increases your basal metabolism by some percentage. However if you're at a body fat % below your normal set point and have a calorie deficit, your metabolism may be slowed enough that the benfits of DNP are reduced.

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    But DNP is suposed not to affect the body,s setpoint. It should not matter...

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    DNP always works but it lowers the T4 conversion to T3 which may slow down fat loss but it wont even be noticable that's why people take T3 with DNP also.

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