Tag: PPARd

  • What is Cardarine?

    Synthesized in the early 1990s, Cardarine is a selective peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor delta (PPARd) agonist and activator of AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPk). The intent with this compound was for it to be utilized in the treatment of metabolic and cardiovascular diseases due to its profound impact on lipid homeostasis. *It should be noted that Cardarine
  • What are the benefits of Cardarine?

    To better understand Cardarine and its benefits, we need to more closely examine its two main modes of action, PPARd agonism and AMPk activation. PPAR receptors are a group of nuclear receptors that can be divided into three subtypes: alpha, beta, and delta. All three are dietary lipid sensors that regulate fatty acid and carbohydrate
  • When is the best time to run a cycle of Cardarine?

    Cardarine truly is versatile and omni-beneficial. Due to its MoA and dual-path (AMPk + PPARd) operation, it can be utilized for cutting, recomping, or bulking. Much as with forskolin, we should be mainly concerned with its end-point benefits: fat loss/fat-gain inhibition, and endurance. As always, though, much of the success of any compound lies with
  • About Cardarine

    Cardarine is a selective peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor delta (PPARd) agonist to learn more about it visit What is Cardarine? page. Generic/non-prop name: Cardarine, Endurobol Developmental code names: GW501516, GW1516, GSK516 Trade/brand names: Cardar1ne Chemical nomenclature: (2-methyl-4(((4-methyl-2-(4-trifluoromethylphenyl)-1,3-thiazol-5yl)methyl)sulfanyl)phenoxy)acetic acid Synonyms: N/A Molecular mass/weight: 453.497 g/mol Legal status: Unscheduled Oral bioavailability: (quantitative data unavailable) Biological half-life: (quantitative data
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