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One of the most effective means of promoting rapid fat loss is activation (agonism) of beta-adrenergic receptors. Beta receptor activation increases lipolysis and metabolic rate, and can decrease appetite. All these work to improve fat loss.
Prior to changes in the law, the most widely used means of doing this had been with ephedrine. The most hardcore way has been with clenbuterol. Perhaps the best way, for most, is with albuterol.
Medically, albuterol is used to improve breathing of asthmatics and patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Safe initial dosing is typically 2-4 mg taken three to four times per day. (Higher dosings are needed only with time, as downregulation occurs.)
The same dosing levels can also be effective for fat loss, for maintenance of muscle during fat loss, and often for significant increase in endurance performance and/or slight increase in strength.
Another positive effect of beta receptor activation is improvement in blood lipid profile. Albuterol can provide a significant benefit in this regard..
Pharmacological Differences Between Albuterol And Other Beta Agonists
Pharmacologically, albuterol differs from ephedrine in four important ways:
Albuterol acts directly at beta receptors, while ephedrine works mostly indirectly by stimulating norepinephrine release. This allows greater activity from albuterol.
Albuterol acts selectively at beta-2 receptors which promote fat loss, with relatively little effect at beta-1 receptors of the heart. In contrast, ephedrine works about equally at both receptor types. This selectivity enables higher effective dosing of albuterol for same or lesser effect on the heart.
Albuterol does not activate alpha receptors, which act to impede fat loss. Ephedrine indirectly activates alpha receptors as well as beta receptors, which reduces its potential efficacy particularly with “stubborn fat.”
Albuterol is more similar pharmacologically to clenbuterol than to ephedrine. Here, the differences are:
Albuterol has a half-life of only 4-6 hours, while clenbuterol’s half-life is about 36 hours. This means albuterol levels can be higher during waking hours and lower while sleeping. In contrast, clenbuterol levels remain near-constant day and night, giving the body no respite from the stimulation. Sleep disturbance is common.
Clenbuterol is an effective agonist of beta-3 receptors as well as beta-2 receptors, while albuterol has little effect at beta-3 receptors. While there’s some dispute as to the importance of beta-3 receptors in man, their activation certainly has some benefit to fat loss. On this point, the advantage is to clenbuterol.
Clenbuterol acts towards blocking sodium current in muscle fibers, which can interfere with strength. Albuterol has no such adverse effect, and in fact typically provides a small increase in strength.
Clenbuterol appears to pose greater risk to the heart than albuterol does. For example, clenbuterol administration can cause cardiac lesions, while albuterol has not been found able to cause this.
Additionally, albuterol typically seems not as “harsh” feeling as clenbuterol or may even be enjoyed for its feel or effect on mental focus, and seems more effective for nutrient partitioning while seeking to gain muscle mass.