Follistatin is an activin-binding protein. It is also considered an autocrine glycoprotein that is in almost all tissue. The primary function of this protein is to bind and bio-neutralize members of the TGF beta family, also known as the transforming growth factor beta family. Its primary focus is on the activin of this family.
An activin-binding protein is a protein that stimulates the release of follicle-stimulating hormone and functions with both neoplastic cells and normal ones. Activin is produced in both the pituitary gland and gonads. It is the stimulation needed to allow the secretion of FSH. This in turn prompts the formation of the mesoderm and controls the proliferation and differentiation of the red blood cells.
The general recommendation is to continuously administer between 50 mcg to 100 mcg per day for 10 to 30 days.
It is best suited to start from a low dosage and then gradually upgrade to a higher dosage to acclimatize yourself to the effects due to follistatin 344.
Higher intake than usual doesn’t show any significant change in results, so make sure to follow the guidelines.
Once you complete a follistatin 344 cycle you may want to take a break and move to another substance before returning and starting a new cycle of follistatin 344.
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