News & Articles 2017-04-07T01:10:16+00:00


How Legislation Created a Dangerous Underground Steroid Market

By | November 26th, 2015|Topics: Steroids|

Almost daily we find examples of American society conforming to old school ideology rather than logical progression. Once it came to light that athletes in professional sports were taking performance enhancing drugs to set some of sport's most impressing records,

Kidney Damage from AAS Abuse, Supplements and Over-Training

By | October 1st, 2015|Topics: Steroids|

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 on, chemicals have to be eliminated

Anabolic Steroid Hepatotoxicity and Liver Protectants

By | September 15th, 2015|Topics: Steroids|

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 Coagulator factors biosynthesis (vitamin K), responsible

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