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T3 in the body is responsible for regulating the uptake of various nutrients into cells and into the mitochondria of those cells in order to effectively become utilized for the production and consumption of energy.
The mitochondria of every single cell in the body utilizes carbohydrates, fat, and even protein for the production of an energy source known as ATP. Through the intake of more T3, this production of ATP will increase, leading to an increased rate of energy consumption in the form of fats, carbohydrates, and protein. Hence, this is why the consumption of too much T3 without the use of anabolic steroids can result in muscle loss.
The bodybuilding and athletic world is attracted to the use of T3 as a physique or performance enhancing drug because of its capability to distinctly boost the body's metabolism in the effort to metabolize body fat at a greater rate.
T3 is traditionally utilize during cutting, dieting, and pre-contest phases of training due to the universal goal of these phases to break down body fat, though in recent years Cytomel has gained some popularity as a useful agent during bulking and mass gaining phases of training in order to better efficiently process nutrients and to keep body fat levels down during periods of higher caloric intake.
T3 is commonly used with anabolic steroids due to its significant impact on the body's metabolism as a whole. It is very important to understand that T3 is indiscriminate in its metabolism boosting properties - it will increase the metabolism of fats, carbohydrates, and protein all equally.
Therefore, beyond a particular dose of T3, there is an increased risk of muscle loss through increased turnover of protein. Through the use of anabolic steroids and a properly adjusted diet, this muscle loss as a result of T3 can be prevented as a result of the nitrogen-retaining and protein sparing properties of theanabolic steroids.
T3 is also commonly combined with other fat loss agents in order to increase its overall effect, as it does work synergistically with other fat loss agents.
Lab Test Result:
An odorless, almost white or buff colored powder
Very slightly soluble in water
slightly soluble in alcohol
practically insoluble in most other organic solvents
disolves in diluted aqueous sodium hydroxide solutions
Heat about 50 mg with a few drops of sulfuric acid in a
porcelain crucible: violet vapors of iodine are evolved
The retention time of the major peak is confirm to the RS
Loss on Drying
Not more than 4.0%
Not less than 95.0%
Not more than 5.0%
The specification conforms to EP standard
Cytomel (T3) does speed fat loss. As a guideline, for most 12.5 mcg/day is a conservative "supplement" sort of dosing that seems to have no detectable adverse effect on thyroid function at all. 25 mcg/day is a "supplement" sort of dosing that does have some inhibitory effect. 50mcg/day is a reasonably conservative bb'ing sort of dose that, of course, is more inhibitory. 75mcg/day is getting into more of a problem area; 100 mcg/day in many cases leads to loss of muscle size and strength.
These doses are in reference to legit T3 provided in tablets such as Cytomel. Liquid formulations are usually unstable and as a result, the above numbers in many cases won't match up to experiences with liquid products, or for that matter, experience with a liquid product at one time may not match up with experience at a different time, due to the stability problem.
Individuals do vary in this but 100 mcg/day is very often quite weakening and muscle-catabolic. So far as wanting more rapid fat loss than what is achieved with 50 mcg/day, personally I'd look elsewhere than adding more T3.
In this way ,Liothyronine sodium, the goal is to achieve an ongoing edge in fat loss or to help maintain a near-personally-ideal body composition . In this approach , T3 dosing is very low , preferably 12.5 mcg/day but in some cases as much as 25 mcg/day. At the lower end of this range , typically thyroid testing will show no detectable suppression even with prolonged use . At the higher end , moderate suppression is sometimes seen , but results are superior to when T3 is not taken , and the suppression reverses rapidly upon discontinuing T3 use .
In the other way ,Liothyronine sodium, the goal is to achieve a quite substantial increase in rate of fat loss , at the known cost of inducing thyroid suppression . Most preferably the dosage is about 50 mcg/day , but in some instances can be as high as 75 mcg / day . Such use is preferably not ongoing, but only for a limited period of time such as 8-12 weeks , though there's no exact requirement for timeframe .