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Top 5 Steroids for Weight Loss (Fat Loss)
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Anabolic steroids are often associated with gaining exceptional amounts of muscle hypertrophy and strength, which is medically what they were designed for — treating patients with cachexia (muscle wasting conditions). Although anabolic steroids’ sole purpose is to promote weight gain, researchers have found that increases in muscle mass, are often accompanied with simultaneous fat loss […]

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Trenbolone Side Effects: Dangerous or Exaggerated?
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Trenbolone is one of the most coveted anabolic steroids among bodybuilders, due to its sheer power at building lean muscle mass, whilst simultaneously burning fat (without causing water retention). Due to its versatility, it can be successfully utilized during cutting or bulking cycles, making it one of the most aesthetically pleasing AAS on the market. […]

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Winstrol vs Anavar: Which One is Better?
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Winstrol (stanozolol) and anavar (oxandrolone) are two popular anabolic steroids, predominantly used by bodybuilders for cutting purposes; enabling them to burn fat and to gain lean muscle tissue. Beginners can wonder how these two compounds differ, often asking: which one is better? Below is everything you need to know regarding the pros and cons of […]

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Top 15 Benefits of Anabolic Steroids
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The general population are aware of the risks that anabolic steroids pose, with the media regularly reporting horror stories of men and women abusing PEDs. Despite widespread connotations linking AAS (anabolic-androgenic steroids) to serious illness or death, up to 1 million Brits still take them for cosmetic purposes (1). Thus, the question beckons: why do […]

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Best Post Cycle Therapy (PCT): 100% T Recovery Within 45 Days
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Post cycle therapy (PCT) is the phase when a bodybuilder utilizes medication(s) to restore endogenous (natural) testosterone production. Anabolic steroids impair HPT (hypothalamic–pituitary–testicular) axis function, as the body detects excessively high serum testosterone levels. Consequently, the body signals to cease testosterone production in a bid to keep a homeostasis, by inhibiting GnRH (Gonadotropin-releasing hormone). This […]

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