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    It will work

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    You can tell people against that, but most of them do it anyway, he's been in the bodybuilding scene for a long time and he's already taken it 2x, he wanted to try a third try, but this time with fewer carbs and highfat, I'd been asked obs works, so I'm looking for answers if it would work so well with HighFat.
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    What the hell? Extremely high protein diet is only necessary when you are at low fats/calories and 0 carbs, tons of cardio, etc... immersed in a pre-contest diet. If you have enough fats and/or carbohydrates, you do not need as much protein. Regarding DNP with high fat, it will work well, no problem, it will have less heat than if you use carbs, but at low doses you should navigate the cycle without many problems even if you eat carbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beti ona View Post
    What the hell? Extremely high protein diet is only necessary when you are at low fats/calories and 0 carbs, tons of cardio, etc... immersed in a pre-contest diet. If you have enough fats and/or carbohydrates, you do not need as much protein. Regarding DNP with high fat, it will work well, no problem, it will have less heat than if you use carbs, but at low doses you should navigate the cycle without many problems even if you eat carbs.
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    yes this is correct, so mostly user say in internet on DNP cycle better not use more than 50g Fat, so i dont know what is correct.
    Yes much carbs = much sweat

    So can use Ketogene Diet on DNP easy? 150-200g Fat daily? 50g carbs - rest Protein?

    Or better for him use 50g Fat - 150g Carbs 200-250g Protein
    What is works better?

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    Define "better"?

    I think you are overcomplicating this way too much.

    To keep things SIMPLE, just figure your friend will be burning 30% more calories then they normally would without DNP(this figure could be a little bit more or a little bit less depending on dosage but again let's keep it simple.)

    Focus on staying in a caloric deficit and no matter what they eat they are going to drop body fat.


    You are splitting hairs trying to figure out what it is "best" when it comes to macros. The research shows higher carbs and lower fats burn marginally more fat. Whats most important is they eat whatever way keeps them on track with their diet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pumperalbo View Post
    What is works better?
    Do not skip the diet, do cardio and weight training, a diet high in protein and the rest, similar to your usual diet. It is not rocket science.

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    He asked me if it is necessary to take sibutramine or ephedrine, he wanted to drive 4 weeks a 250-500mg. As well as at 2000 calories.

    Is it possible without sibutramine or ephedrine? Or is it better to use ephedrine for lethargy and cravings.

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    250mg dnp don’t change dose, take one dose sibutramine in the afternoon because later in the day is when cravings are worse. Them calories are fine, all these questions are answered if you research



    Quote Originally Posted by pumperalbo View Post
    He asked me if it is necessary to take sibutramine or ephedrine, he wanted to drive 4 weeks a 250-500mg. As well as at 2000 calories.

    Is it possible without sibutramine or ephedrine? Or is it better to use ephedrine for lethargy and cravings.
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    If you run 4 weeks, never rise to 250 mg, or there will be nothing to stop your craving for food, hunger will become unbearable. EC will help with hunger and energy.

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