PGCL is a compound you might be hearing a lot about in 2009. It’s been described as highly dangerous and not for 95% of bodybuilders, but since it is beginning to already have a place in high-level bodybuilding, let’s discuss it further.
It’s a veterinary compound used to induce labor in farm animals. Weekly dose in 500 mcg for adult human males, it is stacked with human growth hormone (HGH) to burn body fat. It’s a shallow injection, after being kept refrigerated. Shot schedule should be a single 40-mcg injection, two to three times per day.
PGCL has negative side effects. PGCL is not for women. Sterility is the first concern in young men. Tightness in breathing has occurred as well. Nausea, diarrhea, and sweating due to elevated body temperature also occur. The drug, designed to induce labor in animals, causes the body to void a great deal of waste in a very short time. After taking the shot, remain close to a restroom, as you will likely spend some time in they’re shortly after. Cramping due to dehydration and loss of electrolytes occurs as well.
Good side effects have been reported. Weight loss of 1.5 to 2 pounds per day is normal, while muscle tissue becomes fuller and harder. Food is removed from the gut very quickly, so subjects were able to eat a great deal of protein without feeling full. Increased libido was reported. Most of all, the subjects were able to lose a great deal of body fat without dieting. Subjects continued eating their normal diet and lost body fat. The metabolism and red blood cell count stays high, but the subject was able to lose body fat anyway.
The body loses weight using PGCL because of decreased nutritional absorption. This is a new and unique aspect of PGCL that is beginning to open minds to new possibilities in bodybuilding nutrition. Imagine if the days of dieting are over. Imagine if a single compound can be stacked with HGH and will result in the subject losing body fat quickly with no change in eating patterns. Much of the pre-contest muscle loss will be avoided. For this reason, PGCL is opening up a lot of eyes. The drug itself might not be the eventual diet solution that bodybuilders have been seeking for decades, but the process it involves, just might be. What if the solution to high body fat – for bodybuilders and everyday Joes too – isn’t diet control? What if the solution is management of faster food removal from the body instead? It’s opening up a lot of possibilities. Keep your eye on PGCL and its next generation descendents in 2009!