Clenbuterol Reviews

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By Derek Peterson
March 5, 2010

Clenbuterol has inspired numerous weight loss products and supplements and is one of the most controversial bodybuilding supplements on the market.

Although Clenbuterol is prescribed as a powerful, long-lasting bronchodilator, this supplement is frequently abused by athletes and bodybuilders looking to boost their muscle gains and lose a few extra pounds.

But is it worth the risk? Let’s take a closer look at what it can do to find out.

What You Should Know

In the U.S., Clenbuterol is a prescribed medication for horses – NOT for human use. Although the FDA has approved this ingredient when used on animals, it is completely banned for humans and should not be used on food-producing animals.

So if this supplement is not even used as a bodybuilding or weight loss supplement, why do people turn to Clenbuterol to get fat-burning results?

Because Clenbutrol can activate beta-adrenergic receptors in the body, which can increase lean muscle mass and decrease BMI. After it’s ingested, nearly 70-80% of Clenbuterol is absorbed while the remaining 20-30% can remain in the body for up to 25-39 hours – an extremely long half-life compared to most other weight loss supplements.

Supposedly Clenbuterol can even alter your body composition by decreasing body fat and increasing skeletal muscle mass. When combined with other performance enhancing drugs, Clenbuterol appears to be a potent tool for sculpting muscles and slimming down.

Potential Risks

There’s a reason the FDA banned Human use of this supplement: it’s dangerous. Clenbuterol residues can dramatically affect lung and heart function, whether through voluntary supplementation or accidentally consumed via animals given the drug.

Many Europeans have been hospitalized with symptoms of increased heart rate, muscular tremors, headaches, nausea, fever, and chills after consuming contaminated beef liver.

Although many symptoms have been fairly mild, the FDA is concerned that the illicit use of Clenbuterol may result in illness or death, which is why this supplement should be avoided at all costs.

Illegal Distribution

Despite the fact that Clebuterol is illegal in the U.S, this product is not controlled by the Controlled Substances Act and can be purchased in numerous forms including tablets, syrup, and injections.

A good majority of these supplements contain tainted ingredients, and you’ll be putting your life on the line every time you use Clenbuterol.

Additionally, you should keep in mind that Clenbuterol is listed by the World Anti-Doping Agency as well as the International Olympic Committee, which means that’s banned from athletic use.

Final Thoughts

Although there are numerous supplements on the market claiming to be a safe form of Clenbuterol, we recommend that you avoid Clenbuterol products completely. Despite the fact that low dosages of Clenbuterol could have a dramatic effect on your weight loss success, we cannot wholeheartedly recommend an illegal drug.

We have your best interests at heart and feel that Clenbuterol is not the safest or most reliable weight loss supplement on the market. There are so many safe and clinically proven supplements available that there shouldn’t be any reason to turn to Clenbuterol in order to gain weight loss results.

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Irondiva | July 30, 2010
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Clenbuteral in a liquid form is outstanding and and like everything else in moderation can be completely safe, alot of bodybuilders use it for cutting.

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Heather | April 8, 2010

I used this to jump start my weight loss, and in less than 2 weeks my jeans that were too small for me were now to big! I love this pill

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