Do SARMs Increase Appetite?

SARMs are known to be used for many phases of bodybuilding, such as bulking or cutting stubborn fat. However, some users note that they become very hungry when on SARMs, especially for cutting fat. 

According to discussion forums and informal data, one of the SARMs, MK-677, is widely known to increase your appetite, although it’s used as a cutting agent. The same situation is apparent in those who used LGD-4033 and RAD-140.

This shows that SARMs can increase your appetite, but this effect may not be everyone’s experience. SARMs could be increasing appetite by affecting the way they use and store lipids, protein, carbohydrates, glucose, and other things related to hunger. 

Increased appetite, unfortunately, leads to fat in the face, neck, and abdomen. Even if you don’t feel that hungry during your cycle and control your weight gain, you are going to look heavier anyway because of the fat redistribution. 

The intensity of your appetite ultimately depends on your dose and duration of SARMs. Generally, if you take a higher dose with a long duration, you might have a killer appetite!

Short cycles don’t usually produce these effects. 

Once you complete your SARMs cycle and your body sets back to default, the weight should come off naturally within 6 months to 1 year.

About the author 

Simon Courtney

Simon has been involved in the healthcare industry for over 20 years. He has served on the board of several healthcare non-profits and has written numerous articles on health and wellness. He is passionate about helping people improve their health and lives. Simon currently resides in New York City with his wife and two children.

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