The supplements that you may be using right now are being declared illegal.
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Unfortunately, in the world we live in, the formulas for muscle enhancement and supplements that we can use without worry today can land you in jail tomorrow. And anyone who doesn’t pay close attention to the news is a target as the government is constantly switching up what’s legal and what’s not. In fact, they’re doing it right now so you may want to check this out!
Wouldn’t it be great if the majority of supplements actually worked as advertised? You could walk into regular nutrition store and buy muscle-building products with the confidence that you would be getting your money’s worth. Maybe some people would switch to quality store-bought supplements instead of worrying about dodging the Feds every time they purchased an illegal anabolic steroids.
Sadly though, this is rarely the case as many dietary supplement deals are worthless $30 or $40 tubs of crap. There are many supplement companies who fool people into buying their products by putting their product in fancy, colorful packaging or by slapping the name “extreme” in front of whatever they’re selling.
It seems that anytime a supplement actually works, it is banned or pulled off of the store shelves then eventually declared illegal. And unfortunately, this process has repeated itself as anti-doping officials released a new list of banned substances at the International Convention against Doping in Sport.
At the convention, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) produced a new sheet of outwardly ingested substances that will be prohibited for usage by any competitors. Those headlining the list were anabolics such as Prostanozol, Tibolone, and Methasterone as well as the stimulant Adrenaline.
Some of the substances are commonly found in certain supplements that can be bought over-the-counter. Methasterone is in Superdrol and Methyl Masterdrol, Prostanozol is found in Orastan-E, and Tibolone can be taken in tablet form and is a synthetic steroid. Adrenaline is an obvious stimulant that anti-doping officials think is becoming an increasing problem in sports today.
This anti-doping convention is a result of a vote by the Untied Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization General Conference that called for some sort of meeting regarding doping prevention in sports. 47 countries that were represented at the conference approved of this meeting which means organizations like the already powerful WADA will have even more say in the future of sports with regards to approved supplements and anabolics.
However, this does not mean that WADA’s potential rise to being the final authority on what are acceptable performance boosters is going to be easy. Some nations who adhere to WADA standards have trouble affording the lofty prices that international laboratories set for their testing fees.
Getting testing done at internationally accredited labs is also much more expensive than just getting it done at a regular laboratory. One good example of this is Chile where a test at a WADA accredited lab will cost four times as much as it would at a lab that doesn’t reach the high standards of an international facility.
But despite these financial troubles for some of the WADA backing nations, you can still expect more of your favorite substances and supplements to get banned from sports on a yearly basis, at the very least. Unfortunately, you may also begin to see this trickle down to the stores that sell these supplements as they pull certain products that are coming under heat off of the shelves which is definitely a major problem.
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