a discussion from another forum was curious to see what people on here thoughtWith my experience with igf i must say i disagree.,…this is from RR on MD
After many years of making countless posts on LR3 IGF-1, I’ve finally tired of the topic.
This will be my last post ever on LR3 IGF-1.
- Gropep,who invented LR3 IGF-1, altered the protein chain for prolonged lab experiments. Once the protein chain was altered, IGF-1 lost it’s muscle building properties once converted to LR3 IGF-1
2)Yes, some legit research has shown that IGF can multiply muscle fiber, but there is ZERO research on LR3 IGF-1, nor will there ever be. It was meant for lab cultures only
- Should you get IGF-1, it is rendered useless by using acetic acid, since you need the correct pH and ionic environment for the peptide chains to unwind. HCL is what’s needed.
4)The bulk of the response to IGF comes from it’s ability to act as a sensational glucose disposal agent. This is the part where IGF’s name, “Insulinlike”, comes to the fore.
I’m convinced any weight gain on LR3 IGF-1 is an uptick in glycogen/ water retention.
Myself, along with several friends ,conducted studies on ourselves running LR3 IGF-1 at 3 different doses. Since LR3 IGF-1 is touted as some miracle mass builder, we never used steroids in our experiments. At 100 mcg, 150 mcg, and 200 mcg no one experienced muscle gains after 4 weeks on. Yes, we had hydrostatic testing done before during and after each experiment.
I think you get my point …no more LR3 IGF-1 debate for me. You want to piss your money away, go for it.