Originally posted by Goldcurrent
reply to post by Laxpla
Weren't you the one defending WWF wrestlers and asking for PROOF that either
a) they were taking them or
b) that their use contributed to the majority of the early deaths of MANY wrestlers.
I can rattle a list of them that died way too early to deemed coincidental but I'll end here and suggest you get off the juice.
Yes, you like to go back through my Posts in my profile I see to better prepare your argument
You can try and save face and throw in a topic which
is actually irreverent since I proved you wrong, but you're more than welcome to state what you need I know you want too.
I think there is a misconception in what you read in my posts, I never said the WWF is clean, no way in hell. The Rock admitted to it before so did
the Hulk taking them for 14 years. I take it they dropped dead too eh? You must factor in, that the WWF lifestyle of alcohol, coke, downers, sleeping
pills, pain killers, accelerants = early death and have a MAJOR toll on a body more harmful than steroids. Just look at Kevin Nash. And WWF wrestlers
tend to ABUSE steroids using them year round and not cycling them while taking large amounts, abuse anything and you will have side effects, that goes
for anything am I correct? The majority of deaths reported by the media that said were caused by steroids, which is just plain wrong. I'm sure you
googled enough already to see that autopsy reports and medical examiners disprove that steroids were the cause of deaths of many.
To say AAS were the definite cause when you have those other things contributing is just ignorant. I mean don't get me wrong steroids cause side
effects but used safely they are actually very safe. According to the CDC only 3 people die a year (I'm sure you read this before when you were
stalking my posts) and that could be from anything, dirty gear, inject into a vain, taking the wrong amount, abusing, etc. Comparing that to tobacco
and alcohol, I think we both know can agree on that it is not as harmful as you think, doctors wouldn't be prescribing test and HGH to patients would
While you have already prepared your response already I bet, I've studied steroids for 8 years but I'm glad to try and answer any questions you need
and common misconceptions you have.
According to a study in Circulation (July 2, 2012), people who eat fast foods: • ONCE a week increase risk for dying of heart attacks by 20 percent;
• 2-3 TIMES a week increase risk by 50 percent; • 4+ TIMES a week increase risk by more than 80 percent, and increase risk for diabetes by 27
Does this mean me ban fast food and sue God? Things cause heart disease, but you can't link steroids to be the DIRECT cause of a single death. You
also know that Low Testoerone causes heart disease, so thats why when you are older (30-40) you should see a doctor and get prescribed steroids to go
on TRT. You will be under medical supervision of a doc.
edit on 15-1-2013 by Laxpla because: Spelling and extra note
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