PED News: Myostatin Blockers 'Better than Anabolic Steroids' ... Cannot be Detected


You've seen that dog above before. And you immediately yelled 'fake.' Yet he isn't fake. Myostatin is a cytokine that inhibits muscle formation and promotes fat formation and he has a mutation of the Myostatin gene that allows his muscle growth to surpass that of a canine that is given anabolic steroids. (There are so called Myostatin Modulators on the market already.)

But here's where it gets interesting. In the January edition of Life Extension magazine are a couple of important sentences from the piece, Conference Report: The 4th American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine Conference under the 'Myostatin Blockers Reduce Frailty in Elderly' paragraph:

Dr. Richard DeAndrea said myostatin blockers build muscle better than anabolic steroids and, unlike steroids, cannot be detected in athlete testing.

Mover over, hGH.

LEF...Conference Report: The 4th American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine Conference

PLOS Genetics...A Mutation in the Myostatin Gene Increases Muscle Mass and Enhances Racing Performance in Heterozygote Dogs

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