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Epistane Review

Posted on January 2nd, 2018 by Degrave

This suggests almost speaking a fast increment in healthy weight, boosting of bone criteria and decline of fat tissue quickly after fourteen days of the cycle. It is vital that epistane impacts delicately on the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal center, so we can offer a significantly easier and more constant technique to do the expected treatment after cycle. […]

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What is Dimethazine?

Posted on November 17th, 2017 by Degrave

Dymethazine is a prohormone sort that is detailed utilizing Azine Bond Technology. It was propelled in the standard market in 2009 by iForce Nutrition despite the fact that this oral anabolic steroid had just been found in 1962 by Italian researchers and was likewise talked about in medicinal writing. It, in any case, didn’t get […]

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A Beginner’s Introduction to Trestolone

Posted on October 25th, 2017 by Degrave

Trestolone has the potential of being used as a male contraceptive that hasn’t been introduces into the market yet because it’s still in the experimental stages. It also has the ability to build muscles rapidly and is therefore a supplement for those aiming to get bigger muscles. As a birth control product, it works by […]

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Epidsode 11 Notes

Posted on June 1st, 2017 by Degraff

Where have I been – staying busy in the summer, new dog Today I want to talk about PCT.  A lot of supplement companies offer products for PCT…these are fine for the most part, not great.  Consider ingredients.  DAA and Tonkat Ali  but overal very little scientific evidence. Univeristy of tennesee and Baylor College Urology […]

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Androbolic 250 – APS Is Back In The Prohormone Game

Posted on September 22nd, 2015 by Degraff

Let’s be honest.  Since the prohormone ban (DASCA) there hasn’t been much to look forward to in the prohormone world.  Most companies seem to be completely out of the game or they are pushing SARMs (ex. Ostarine). That is why I am excited to see APS get back into the prohormone game which seems to […]

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Citrulline Improves Body Composition

Posted on September 16th, 2015 by Degraff

The Journal of Nutrition is a great journal.  And a new study published in this lends additional support for the use of the supplement citrulline (found in watermelon) in bodybuilders. You can often find citrulline in many pre-workouts alone or in a bonded or blended form with malate. This study unfortunately was in rats.  But […]

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Steroid Using Bodybuilders Rupture More Tendons Than Non-Users

Posted on September 15th, 2015 by Degraff

No surprise here, bodybuilders on steroids rupture tendons more often.  I don’t think anyone needed science to prove this but here is the latest study confirming what the culture already knew. If it is not obvious, this happens because muscle growth happens quickly in steroid users.  Often much more quickly than one’s tendons can strengthen. […]

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Probiotic Increases Testosterone and Alleviates Constipation

Posted on September 13th, 2015 by Degraff

  Previously at the Prohormone Podcast we were the first to explain to you research at MIT regarding the probiotic known as Lactobacillus Reuteri, or “L. Reuteri” for short.  Read here:  Probiotic Increases Testosterone In that article we explained the benefits of L. Reuteri on testosterone increases.  The MIT researchers even went so far to […]

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Max Protein Per Meal – Latest Research

Posted on September 9th, 2015 by Degraff

Latest research isn’t exactly the right phrase to describe a review paper. But in general when Stu Phillips renowned protein researcher publishes a review paper you can generally assume it’s really good information. This particular paper caught my eye after Chad Macias (diet and training coach for some high level UFC fighters) commented on it […]

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Weird Resveratrol Results from Human Trial

Posted on September 8th, 2015 by Degraff

Resveratrol has long been in the debate spotlight for its anti-aging and health benefits. It seemed to storm onto the scene in the mid 2000’s.  The problem has always been (or at least believed to be) it’s poor bioavailability. As a result you can find a variety of highly bioavailable options in your supplement aisle.  […]

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