- Опубликовано: 31 марта 2019
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American scientists examined bodybuilders who use steroids. The goal was to find out how white is with the composition of the blood. At the same time, scientists hoped to find in the blood any deviations associated with typically bodybuilding nutrition.
Actually, the experiment consisted in the fact that for three consecutive days, scientists wrote down a daily menu of athletes and brady their blood for analysis. On average, athletes took from 25 to 250 mg of steroids daily (in the form of tablets or injections). As for the diet, it was typical for the off-season: 49% of daily calories from bodybuilders were from carbohydrates, 22% from protein (about 2.7 grams per kilogram of body weight) and 29% from fat ( cholesterol exceeded the recommended norm by 2.8 times). In addition, athletes took from 100% to 600% of the recommended daily doses of vitamins and minerals recommended by doctors.
Oddly enough, but on average, the composition of the blood of athletes remained within normal limits. And only a few indicators (for example, the proportion of good cholesterol in total cholesterol) deviated from normal values ??... in a positive direction.
All this, of course, does not mean that anavar 50 pills online can be taken without risk to health.If a bodybuilder is genetically predisposed to cardiovascular diseases, then even a slight increase in cholesterol can provoke thrombophlebitis, heart attack , etc. On the other hand, a diet that is clearly overloaded with carbohydrates and proteins, as well as vitamins and minerals, did not adversely affect blood composition. as well as taking steroids. According to doctors, everything should have been exactly the opposite.
What is the reason for well-being? Apparently, bodybuilding is the lifeline that bodybuilders saved from the adverse effects of taking steroids and systematic overeating. Extreme loads transferred the physiology of athletes into a special mode when their bodies are ready for any alien biochemistry. In any case, experiments refute the now widespread myth that bodybuilders are walking disabled.