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About George Touliatos

Dr. George Touliatos is a physician who specializes in sports medicine and biopathology. He has authored several books on bodybuilding, and serves as scientific advisor for MuscleMag and Muscular Development Greek editions. George is a competitive bodybuilder himself, and also has a long history working in partnership with Greek competitive organizations.

The Effects of Steroids on Bone Marrow and Erythropoiesis

Anabolic Androgenic Steroids (AAS) were manufactured by physicians, in order to treat certain diseases, including aplastic anemia. According to the current definition of aplastic anemia, a severely depressed bone marrow cellularity must be accompanied

By | 2016-07-27T20:43:00+00:00 February 8th, 2016|Categories: Topics: Steroids|1 Comment

The Creation and Evolution of Performance Enhancing Drugs

Since the ancient Olympic Games, held in the city of Olympia in 776 B.C, athletes have been competing against one other. The motto ''ciltius, altius, fortius'', Latin for "Faster, Higher, Stronger", revealed the competitive

By | 2017-04-07T01:10:33+00:00 December 23rd, 2015|Categories: Topics: Steroids|0 Comments

Kidney Damage from AAS Abuse, Supplements and Over-Training

Androgenic anabolic steroids (ΑΑS) may become toxic to renal metabolism, through the process of glomerular filtration in the kidneys. The first part of AAS metabolism takes place in the hepatic parenchyma (liver), but later

By | 2017-04-07T01:10:34+00:00 October 1st, 2015|Categories: Topics: Steroids|6 Comments

Anabolic Steroid Hepatotoxicity and Liver Protectants

Hepatic parenchyma is the part of the liver that filters toxins from the blood. It is a biochemical laboratory, essentially, where several different processes are taking place: Bile production, responsible for fatty acids digestion

By | 2017-04-07T01:10:35+00:00 September 15th, 2015|Categories: Topics: Steroids|3 Comments

Changes in the Heart as a Result of AAS Abuse

The combination of physical exercise in the form of resistance training-bodybuilding, along with chemical enhancement with Performance Enhancing Drugs (PED’s), will eventually lead to hemodynamic changes to myocardium. These include the Ejection Fraction &

By | 2017-04-07T01:10:35+00:00 August 31st, 2015|Categories: Topics: Steroids|2 Comments

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