What is Frag 176-91 and How Does it Up Your Research Game?
Disclaimer: All references to "research subjects" or "test subjects" or and reference to "research" throughout this article refer to research conducted on non human non veterinary research subjects such as rats and mice.
Frag 176-91, What Is It
Frag 176-91 is not just another chemical. Most researchers have had the opportunity to experiment with the dozens of Research Peptides circulating the market today. When it comes to fat burning power for your research subjects, you want to bring Frag 176-91 into your laboratory.
Frag 176-91 (Fragment 176-91) was derived from HGH (A type of Growth Hormone) and is known as a ‘lipolytic fragment’. A fragmented peptide is as the name suggests; a fragment of a greater whole. In the case of Frag 176-91, the tail end of the hormone HGH is lopped off. The piece that is removed becomes HGH Frag 176-191 and contains the information that targets adipose tissues and triggers “fat burning”. The original research into Frag 176-91 involved genetically engineered mice that were designed to produce higher amounts of fat within their bodies. Introduction of Frag 176-91 into their systems, this peptide proved to have an increased fat burning effect upon the mice. What’s more, the various negative side effects associated with it’s parent component (such as preventing insulin-like growth, reducing metabolism, and changes insulin sensitivity) appeared to be absent.
The Effects of Frag 176-91
Research with rats as test subjects shows there are many benefits associated with Frag 176-91, some of which include:
- Improved Metabolism
- Weight Loss
- Lowered Blood Sugar Levels
- Increased Cartilage Regeneration
Why is Frag 176-91 Used in Research?
There is a simple answer to this question. Standard HGH has an anabolic effect on the muscles of lab mice, whereas Frag 176-91 was designed to avoid any anabolic effect entirely. This is important as this peptide will not interfere with the standard anabolic processes of HGH and will not cause complications when the two interact..