How Does Cardarine Work?
Cardarine, or its chemical label GW501516, is a peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor agonist or PPAR-delta pathway activator. It was originally developed in the 1960s by two pharmaceutical companies as a possible treatment for cardiovascular diseases. Today it is popular as an exercise enhancer.
GW501516 stimulates the absorption of glucose into muscle tissues. The scientific explanation is that Cardarine finds the peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor delta and stimulates or activates it. So in effect, it is changing the body’s chemical mechanisms to favor fats over carbohydrates. The effect it has on the body is to allow people to physically train their bodies for longer periods without muscular fatigue. It does this because Cardarine stimulates the metabolism to attack fats and break them down for energy without attacking muscles or other tissues.
So what does cardarine do in the human body?
The result of all this is a higher metabolism, thereby allowing the body to exercise longer and burn fat more efficiently. Cardarine also increases blood flow, allowing the body to transfer energy more quickly where needed without increasing blood pressure which can occur with some steroids.
Cardarine is not a SARM, or selective androgen receptor modulator, which are commonly used to build muscle tissue. Those who exercise for bodybuilding will often use both Cardarine and a SARM to combine muscle tissue growth with increased metabolism and fat burning.
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