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mr_Blond
Amateur Bodybuilder
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posted March 21, 2000 10:24 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for mr_Blond   Click Here to Email mr_Blond     Edit/Delete Message
I have never taken Anadrol but am considering it for a cycle this summer so I was doing some research and found this..thought it was interesting.

Duchain agrees with Roberts...
Checkout this Duchain article

Lately, I must admit that Roberts is beginning to theorize into valid applications. He was the first to point out that Anadrol 50 does not appreciably aromatize to estrogen, a long-held belief because the rampant gynecomastia seen in its users. His hypothesis is that Anadrol 50 has cross-reactance with progesterone receptors, similar to mibolerone (Checque drops). This would explain a number of side effects from Anadrol. The gyno can be caused by too much progesterone in men. The down-regulation of natural testosterone secretion is also affected by progesterone. Progesterone causes insulin resistance, that will cause an increase of appetite and an acceleration of bodyfat. For example, synthetic progesterone, Megace, is used in wasting-syndrome victims for weight gain. It is mostly fat-gain, though.

It is one of my postulations is that such steroids that cause progesterone effects are valuable for fat loss while on low calories. If you can resist the increase of appetite, progesterone can be thermogenic (from its uncoupling action on cells), and insulin resistance is beneficial for using fatty acids as a primary fuel source. Both growth hormone and ephedrine cause a slight insulin resistance, both favoring fat burning.

Roberts has also proposed that Winstrol (stanazol) might be acting as a weak progesterone antagonist, and that this explains why Winstrol users claim a fat and water loss from it. Roberts has proposed a stacking of Anadrol 50 with Winstrol, to negate the progesterone effects. And I think that this is a bona-fide advancement of practical steroid use. I hope that Roberts continues his creative postulations, because we need such advancement.

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BuffEnuf
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posted March 21, 2000 12:01 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for BuffEnuf   Click Here to Email BuffEnuf     Edit/Delete Message UIN: 63015976
Great post bro... I am planning on starting my next cycle with hemogenim so I will look into the winstrol thing with it.

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mr_Blond
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posted March 21, 2000 12:14 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for mr_Blond   Click Here to Email mr_Blond     Edit/Delete Message
Glad I'm not the only one who thought this was interesting.

I think the Winstrol thing is pretty damn smart. Have you read Borresons take on Winstrol and A-50?

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marky
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posted March 21, 2000 09:09 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for marky     Edit/Delete Message
Nolvadex didnt control a test deca cycle.
found i was very sensative to progesterone(early anadrol use gave me some clues). stopped the deca and went to winny. the gyno stopped and even reduced some. no doubt in my mind as to the connections of this theory-just one personal factual experience.

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