Simplified What Is Insulin, And What Does It Do

Kai Palikiko           Sep.  9, 2018

Kai Palikiko has had over 10 years personal experience with Anabolics. His Personal Training Techniques have been responsible for thousands of men achieving their personal and professional goals, and you are getting access to the copy n paste steps to replicate them.

What's going on? Kai here from Formula Secrets and welcome to another episode of Simplified. This is where you and I talk about certain Gear compounds to where I keep it interesting, insightful and completely leave all the unnecessary bullshit you and I do not need to talk about.

So let me dive into this steak right here really quickly, because God damn I'm starving. I got this as any man should, medium rare, right?

Well before I get into that what I want to talk to you about today is insulin. This is what Simplified this week is about, insulin edition. So I could go into the whole medical use of it, but from my point of view, we're done with that. What you and I need to know is exactly how I use insulin within my physique, to get the achievements that I am looking to do.

So when it comes to this subject of insulin, the best way I could put it, the best way I could simplify it, it's just a compound that I use to shuttle nutrients into my body a lot more efficiently. What do I mean by that? I mean this, anytime I hear natties talking about their macros, oh, I ate 40 grams of protein within this one setting.

I ate 35 grams of protein within this one setting, they did not. Why? Because our body is completely inefficient when it comes to absorbing food. A natty guy, a normie guy, thinking he ate 40 grams of protein - the reality of it, it's probably nowhere near that much, it's more closer towards the 20 side of protein.

That's the reason why it's so inefficient within our body to actually shuttle the nutrients into our body in the first place. That's where insulin shines. It makes it a lot more effective when it comes to shuttling the nutrients, the proteins, the fats, the carbs into my body, and that's what I use insulin for, to make it a lot more effective, it's easy on my pancreas as well. 

It's easy on my body overall, to actually digest and absorb all these compounds that I'm trying to use. And at the same time, food in the first place. That's where insulin literally shines. So before I go into the positive side of it and all of the awesome stuff, because right now a lot of people who are uninitiated when it comes to insulin, they're probably thinking, holy crap, all the bad side effects, right? So let me tackle all of them.

When it comes to the actual image of it, the aesthetics of it, even though it's a bulking agent, it doesn't aromatize, but I'll get to that in a minute when it comes to the post cycle therapy stuff, it doesn't aromatize.

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Can I become diabetic if I'm not diabetic in the first place, if I start using insulin? No, that's a hard no.

I've been using insulin on and off for so many years now. No, I'm not diabetic at all. The other part of it as well, questions that I get when it comes to insulin, isn't it dangerous? None whatsoever, as long as I know the proper protocols, when it comes to eating the right amount of glycogen that I need if I take a certain amount of insulin.

So if I know the actual dosages that I need to take, and time the right carbohydrate shake that I need to have, it's easy. As long as I take it my carbo shake right after I do my insulin shot, I don't have to worry about that whatsoever. And this is from the very first time I took insulin, because I did what I needed to do in order to make sure I don't go hypo in the first place. 

Now, hypothetically, once in a while, I did go hypo right without it being planned, I did go hypo. It's not like I'm going to instantly go into a coma right then and there. There are so many signs that comes with going hypoglycemic. My hand started shaking. Ok, cool, let me go in the fridge, make a protein shake, with the carb shake, boom, done. 

Oh, I'm started sweating profusely, even though I have my AC cranked up? Cool, let me go make a carb shake or let me have some kind of carb in my system, let me have a coke or a soda or something with lots of sugar inside it, I usually go for stereotypical, pineapple juice, I usually go for pineapple juice when it comes to my glycogen intake, mainly because it's a fast acting carbs, right?

Again, it is impossible for me to have something bad happen, if I just completely ignore the signs, then something bad will happen. But there's so many signs, hand shaking, sweating, feeling numb, not knowing what to do in terms of that, there's so many signs. And this doesn't happen over a period of two minutes, five minutes, 10 minutes. It happens over a period of half an hour to an hour. The only time something bad can happen is if I let it go on for hours at a time. 

So it isn't just where I do my insulin shot, oh my God, instant hypo. No, it doesn't happen. It happens in stages, it happens in levels, right? There's so many warning signs. The only time a person who ever has something bad happened to them while they were on insulin, is because they didn't know what to do, they didn't have the proper guidelines, and at the same time, completely ignoring all the signs that comes with all that. 

Because there's plenty of it. And that's the main one. Can something bad happened to me? No, as long as I'm paying attention to my body. That's pretty much it. The safety protocols that I do use I keep pineapple juice everywhere, in my office, in my desk, in my car. And the reason why I use pineapple juice more than anything else, mainly because soda it is harder to drink, all the carbonation, it is hard for me to drink it all at once.

Because I'm trying to shotgun 50 grams of carbs, 80 grams of carbs, all in one shot right then and there, so I don't go hypoglycemic. So that's the reason why I keep everywhere with me. And the cycles that I am on with insulin, I also take a carb shake with me while I'm at the gym. So this is how I take insulin. I take it before my workout, and then I also take it after my workout. The before work is because I like the pump the insulin gets me, and then the post workout. 

Obviously to shuttle all that nutrients inside my body, because that's what I needed the most. That's pretty much it. Now the positive side of insulin is this. Like I mentioned before, the pump that I get, it is absolutely massive. It felt like my skin was about to rip off my muscles. That's how insane the pump is. 

Way more than I've ever experienced out of Anavar, way more than I've ever experienced out of Turinabol, way more I've ever experienced out of Halo, Superdrol, DBol, any of the orals I have ever taken. Now that's the fun side of it. The real legitimate results - holy shit. There was no way... The heaviest I've been, I am about 210, 215 now, the heaviest I've ever been was 240. There was no way I was able to break the plateau of w20 with all the anabolics I've ever taken. Why? 

Because I've tried it for so many years, I'm up my Test extreme high dosages, my NPP extreme high dosages, EQ extreme high dosages, to where I have to give blood constantly of how high it was. Still wasn't budging, until I actually took the opportunity and started using and incorporating insulin on top of the anabolic. From my point of view, insulin and anabolic is so synergistic when it comes to the goals I was looking for. 

Oh my God, the results that I get, that was the very first time to where the weight gain was happening so fast I just couldn't adapt to it. When it comes to Gear, yeah, I was able to adapt to it, you know, running into walls here and there, time and time again. With that one, it was daily changes. I have never seen myself mass up so quickly when it comes to the use of insulin. That's where the fun begins for me. Why? 

Because there was no way I was able to reach those high weights, without the use of insulin. Now, the other fun side of it, too, is the simple fact that it's easier for my body, I was able to get the results that I want. I didn't have to eat so much food either. And that's the one misconception about insulin the first place right?

A lot of people think I'm going to get fat if I use insulin, if I overeat the glycogen and the carbs and not know the actual dosages that I need to take, then yeah, of course I'm going to get fat. But I can keep the fat in a minimum when it comes to the use of insulin if I know the proper protocols when it comes to that. So yeah, no, I didn't get - I got a little bit bloated, I got a little bit of, you know, soft tissue here and there, but not to the point to where I was obese. 

And even if I were to, i have access to Gear, if I want to get cut and shredded, I can easily get down there as well. Every single year when I bulk up, real bulk with the use of insulin, every single year after the end of it, I always wished I ate more food, I got more mass and even had a little bit more fat retention anything else, because the moment I'm done with it, I have the discipline enough to completely cut all the fat anyways in the first place. 

So before I go off and go to another brand, that is the conclusion of insulin. It's awesome. It's amazing. It really hit the certain weight that I can never hit before, even with anabolic in the first place. Yes, it is absolutely easy and safe for my body, as long as I follow the proper protocols that comes with insulin.

Anyways, I hope that clears everything up when it comes to insulin, no more scare tactics or anything like that. And if you want to learn more about home brewing Gear, from Test, Tren, Masteron, EQ, and all the fun stuff, there's a description right down below.

Go ahead and click on that and I promise you, you're going to learn everything you need to know about the safety protocols, the home brewing Gear from powders to procedures. Anyways, until next time subscribe button, right next to that hit that notification bell. Kai here, Formula Secrets here, out. Take care.



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