Does Ostarine Really Work?

Does Ostarine Really Work?

Almost every man out there wants to achieve a hunky appearance, with bulging chests, biceps, and abs. For them, looking this way can improve their health, confidence and mental well-being.

Exercising heavily is the best way to get the body that you have been dreaming of. However, not all men have the time for long, strenuous workouts in the gym. Because of this, products that promise significant assistance in building muscles easily gain popularity. Among the products that are making rounds in the market today are ligandrol and ostarine. In this article, we take a closer look at ostarine to see if it really works.

What is Ostarine?

Ostarine, which is also referred to as MK2866 or enobosarm, is a selective androgen receptor modulator or SARM. It works by mimicking the properties and functions of the hormone testosterone, especially in stimulating the growth of muscles and bones.

What can Ostarine do for you?

As a bodybuilding supplement, ostarine promises a lot. While the testimonies regarding its overall effectiveness vary, the following seem to be the consistent benefits that some people get from taking ostarine.

  • Noticeable and significant muscle gains. Because of its testosterone-like effects, ostarine successfully stimulates muscle growth. Aside from this, it is also said to contribute to the hardening of the muscles, helping you to achieve that “ripped” look. Ostarine is also said to help significantly in increasing muscular strength.
  • Decreased fat levels. In addition to developing their muscles, bodybuilders must also concern themselves with getting rid of fat. If they don’t, all their hard-earned gains will be padded and obscured by fatty tissues. Because of its anabolic properties, ostarine increases muscle mass without retaining water, and it also helps in burning fat.
  • Improved insulin resistance. Glucose is a type of sugar that is abundant in the blood. Our muscles and cells use it as their main energy source during work. Insulin, a hormone produced by the pancreas, allows the cells to make use of glucose. There is insulin resistance when cells do not respond to the stimulation from insulin, causing blood glucose levels to shoot up because of underusage. Ostarine helps in reducing this resistance for a more balanced glucose level in the blood.

Warnings and Precautions

Even with all the potential benefits that ostarine brings, it still cannot be considered as a cure for any disease, especially diabetes. It is just a food supplement, and any medical practitioner who treats ostarine as more than this should be prosecuted for malpractice with the help of legal professionals from reputable firms such as the Tinker law firm.

Moreover, ostarine has side effects, especially when taken in excessive amounts. One of the more common side effects of ostarine and SARMs in general is altered vision. Ironically, they may also lead to reduced testosterone levels.

All in all, ostarine is a product that works, as long as it is taken in the recommended dosage.

Dr John

About Dr John

Dr John Apolzan is a medical professional with over 10 years experience in nutrition holding a PhD in Foods and Nutrition at Purdue University, IN, USA. Dr John is a published medical author and his work has been published on a number of medical publications including BMJ and FreeMedicalJournals.com. His clinical research specialises in investigating nutrition-related medical conditions from obesity down to eating disorders like anorexia and bulimia. He has carried out extensive research into how food supplements can enhance and help to sustain weight loss in patients. His passion for nutrition has led Dr John to start this website in order to spread his knowledge and help other individuals in their weight loss journey.