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- Nov 2, 2021
Carnivore to Dinitrophenol. Share your experiences too! Currently living off 200 cals, Bang energy drinks and seltzer.
DNP if you start very low and titrate up very, very slowly and it is winter in a very cold climate, that way you can control your body temperature easily. It would be best to be able to runs labs whenever you want because it's possible you will start to experience organ damage before gross dysfunction sets in since certain cells/organs in the body require much more energy on a continuous basis to function than others (liver, brain, cardiac, etc...). I'd also suggest pharmaceutical grade DNP, if not reference grade DNP to limit the possibilities of contamination in synthesis. Many of the stranger issues with DNP are likely caused by contaminants, isomers, and congeners from impure samples since the relatives of DNP are all rather toxic. Don't forget to take Dantrolene at the same time, it's the only way to avoid rhabdomyolysis due to muscle tetany from the spike in intracellular calcium caused by the uncoupling effect of DNP. If you really want to make sure you don't die, make sure that you have ports installed so you can run an ice-cold peritoneal lavage in the case of accidental malignant hyperthermia. Also make sure you have a good ophthalmologist that you know well so they can replace the lenses in your eyes with IOL's when you develop cataracts from the DNP.
Do you actually have experience with this? I've actually heard about this retarded scheme before but it sounds kinda crazy.
I've done 3 day fasts before but they're miserable.
Edit: Also where do you get Adderal? College students? Maybe the trannies making their own HRT would know...
It is crazy. One needs more than just various electrolytes, and the amount of food suggested would not be enough to meet mineral and micronutrient needs. One would quickly become extremely deficient in a number of critical essential nutrients. Plus the way it was written demonstrates that whoever came up with the ideal doesn't understand basic chemistry. Himalayan pink salt is not substantially different than regular table salt, being sodium chloride. There is no such thing as "salt-free" potassium chloride since potassium chloride is itself a salt. They likely meant "sodium-free" potassium chloride, which is kind of a "duh" since pure potassium chloride should not contain sodium. If someone doesn't know that potassium chloride is a salt, I would generally suggest no one listen to anything they have to say about dieting.