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‘SARMs’ Category

Ostarine (MK-2866): Before and After Pictures, Side Effects & Dosage
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Ostarine is a second generation SARM (selective androgen receptor modulator), also known as Enobosarm or MK-2866. Ostarine was formulated to mimic the anabolic effects of steroids, but without the harsh side effects; thus theoretically providing a safer medication. The objective is for SARMs to improve the efficacy of treatment in patients suffering from cachexia, osteoporosis […]

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RAD 140 (Testolone) Review: Results + Before and After Pictures
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What is RAD 140 (Testolone)? RAD 140 is a non-steroidal SARM (selective androgen receptor modulator) that replicates the anabolic effects of steroids by binding to the androgen receptor. RAD 140, and other SARMs were formulated to provide a more optimal treatment for patients suffering from osteoporosis, cachexia and anemia. Although anabolic steroids produce exceptional increases […]

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SARMs Before and After Pictures (Typical Results)
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The two main questions that surround SARMs are: How do the results compare to steroids? Are they safer than steroids? In this article we will feature several SARMs before and after transformations, giving you anecdotal evidence of the amount of muscle mass/fat loss being experienced by users. SARMs Before and After Transformation #1 This is […]

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SARMs vs Steroids: Are SARMs Safer?
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SARMs (selective androgen receptor modulators) are highly coveted among the bodybuilding community, due to high-promise marketing claims. SARMs manufacturers claim they mimic the effects of steroids for building muscle mass, yet with less side effects. Is this true? Find out how SARMs really compare to steroids, based on existing medical research and anecdotal evidence/observations. SARMs, […]

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SARMs: The Ultimate Guide (Side Effects & Benefits)
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What Are SARMs? SARMS (selective androgen receptor modulators) are a new generation of anabolic compounds, synthesized with the intention of being a superior medicine to exogenous testosterone (anabolic steroids). Scientists’ main objective when formulating SARMs, was to achieve a high binding affinity to the androgen receptor, with tissue selectivity, thus mimicking the muscle-building effects of […]

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