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Potential Uses of Andarine

This section focuses on the clinical and scientific research that has been done on Andarine so far.

Anadarine has never been properly studied in humans.

Based on the existing data, its effects are unknown and its potential to cause harm is high.
1) May Increase Muscle Mass

This drug was developed to prevent muscle wasting, and animal studies do indeed show that Andarine improves muscle growth and strength in animals.

When given to castrated rats for 4 weeks, Andarine increased muscle weight as markedly as DHT (dihydrotestosterone). Moreover, unlike DHT, Andarine caused no prostate enlargement, which is a concern when taking steroids.

Twelve weeks after castration, Andarine was able to restore lean body (muscle) mass in rats.

2) May Increase Bone Strength and Combat Osteoporosis

Andarine increased bone mineral density and strength in both in castrated male rats and in female rats whose ovaries had been removed (this is a commonly used animal model of osteoporosis).

Andarine may be especially beneficial in osteoporosis because, in addition to improving bone density, it also improves muscle strength, which may help reduce the risk of falls and fractures.

3) Fat Loss

In female rats whose ovaries have been removed, apart from improving bone strength, Andarine also decreased body fat

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