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Ecdysterone "Ecdy-Bolin" Goes Head-to-Head with Dianabol and Wins!

What an incredible compound! Not only does ecdysterone 
facilitate a tremendous amount of positive effects in the body, 
but it elicits zero negatives! Think about it. Here we have a 
compound that has gone head-to-head with steroids in studies 
and won anabolicly with none of the associated side effects of 
steroids! One study conducted by top Russian researchers 
paired ecdysterone directly against Dianabol, one of the most
powerful anabolic steroids developed. The study showed 
equivalent anabolic activity with one exception: ecdysterone 
stimulated both slow and the all-important fast twitch 
muscle fibers, while Dianabol only stimulated the slow 
fibers! I think it's safe to say that yes, there are anabolic 
steroids and growth hormones in existence that are more 
powerful than ecdysterone. That's to be expected. But 
what if you could have a compound similar to that in power, 
but with no side effects? It goes without saying that if this is
indeed true, ecdysterone merits a closer look.

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        FITNESS TIPS FOR 12/24/2002 

"Stop getting fed bull"

You've no doubt seen the pictures of the giant bull, most often the photo is 
accompanied by some advertisement telling you that the same thing that 
made this bull so huge is a breakthrough that can make you huge too.

But in reality, what you're being sold may as well be what comes out of 
the bull not what it's made of.

Myostatin inhibitors might just be the biggest scam ever perpetrated on the 
unsuspecting bodybuilding public. Now it isn't the first time that giant leaps 
of logic have been made in an effort to try and sell you the next 
breakthrough product, but it is the first time that so much potentially viable 
scientific research has been so completely twisted and exaggerated in an 
effort to convince you, the hard working athlete, to part with your dollars for 
a product that A. has no hope of working and B. has essentially nothing to 
do with the research being cited.

The bottom line is simple; put your money into something that's been proven 
to work; creatine, quality MRP's, pro-hormones, glutamine, etc. Don't let a 
few very interesting photos of animals convince you that the companies 
marketing these myostatin inhibitors convince you that these products will 
do anything besides make your wallet lighter.

But just so you can understand how badly flawed this product is, here's the 
short version of the myostatin inhibitor story:

Back in 1997 some researchers at John Hopkins University discovered that 
a genetic defect found in certain bulls cause them to develop huge 
musculature. The defect was the absence of a gene that produces the peptide 

Subsequent research using genetically altered mice (that had the myostatin 
gene spliced out!) found that by deleting myostatin from these animals they 
became hugely muscled, too. Even more so than the cattle!

A few enterprising researchers wanted to study the myostatin peptide more 
closely. To do so they needed a way to isolate it. Using a potentially 
dangerous compound called heparin was the best way to do this in the lab. 
More or less by accident it was discovered that another compound, an extract 
of a form of algae, called Fraction C, could also bind and thus isolate 
myostatin in a gas chromatography chamber.

It just so happens that the algae from which they extract Fraction C is a 
reasonably effective antioxidant, and is considered to be reasonably safe 
for human consumption. From there, the giant leaps of faith and there 
associated ridiculous marketing claims took place. Here are the 

1. That because Fraction C binds myostatin in a lab it will bind it in a human.

2. That Fraction C survives the digestive process intact and can actually 
coexist in the same compartments within the body to bind myostatin

3. That binding myostatin in humans is safe

4. That binding myostatin in humans can have any net effect on new 
muscle growth

5. That assuming that myostatin can be bound and as a result new muscle 
growth is enabled, those muscles would be both normal and also as strong, 
or stronger than normal muscle.

That's a lot of assumptions. Particularly when there isn't even ONE 
SHREAD of evidence based on a single study related to Fraction C!

Personally, I'm not big on assumptions. I like to see at least a reasonable 
amount of evidence supporting the safety and efficacy of a product before it 
is introduced to the public. In the case of these myostatin inhibitors we 
don't have a clue if they're safe and we also have a lot of reasons to believe 

In fact, it is pretty clear to me (and many other industry experts) that the 
companies marketing this category of product knows full well that their p
roducts don't have a prayer of working and that all they're doing is trying to 
capitalize on your ignorance to make a fast buck.

They're making completely false safety and efficacy claims that are totally 
unsupported by any public or even private research. In other words, these 

What can you do? Simple don't buy these bogus products! What's more, 
show these companies how you feel by voting with your wallet. Don't give 
them one penny of your hard earned cash. Instead buy your products from 
companies that are committed to providing value for you dollar.

By value I don't just mean good prices, but also and more importantly, 
good products. Products that work. Products that have real research behind 
exactly what your about to put into your body and not some loosely 
associated research conducted in a lab on mice that have been genetically 

Since these companies are clearly not going to police themselves it's our 
job to be that police force. Teach them a lesson they won't forget. That if they 
lie to you, the consumer, you'll show them how much you appreciate their 
dishonesty by eliminating them from the scam artist gene pool.

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