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rippednmichigan 05-07-2010 08:38 AM

Supplemental Awareness: Do you know what you're taking?
 
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Supplemental Awareness: Do you know what you're taking?

As bad as it sounds, most supplement users have no clue what they're consuming. Some supplement companies will even go as far as to patent ingredient names to hide from the consumer what it is that they're taking.
LG Sciences wants to change that.

Due to such positive feedback on Natadrol and its effects on users, we have been inundated with private messages, emails and phone calls.
We took it upon ourselves to have one of our finest affiliate biological science experts explain to you what Natadrol is, how it can affect you, and why it's quite possibly the most innovative muscle-building, fat incinerating products on the market today.
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Natadrol, Explained: The Why and How
By Zach B.


Natadrol is a non-steroidal androgenic supplement composed of natural androgens, anabolics and pSARMs. These components have been proven in scientific literature and make Natadrol the premier natural muscle building supplement on the market. Let's take a look at what makes Natadrol so effective.

Tinospora Cordifolia (Tc): this is the androgenic component of Natadrol. It is found in the ethanolic extract as opposed to the water extract It has been shown in literature to exhibit androgenic effects which are confirmed by the discovery that these effects were reversed by the anti-androgen flutamide. The presence of this androgen component was further verified through research demonstrating the effects of androgens were also induced by Tc: decreases in HDL levels, no effect on mammary or uterine growth (eliminating the possibility of estrogenic effects) and maintenance of bone density through regulating bone matrix production.

In addition, Tc enhances muscle contraction by lowering the effects of acetylcholinesterase. By doing so, acetylcholine is present longer in the neuromuscular junction, leading to stronger muscle contractions.
But the benefits of Tc do not stop there! Tc has also been shown to be a potent antioxidant and anti-carcinogen, have insulin-like effects on reducing blood glucose, enhance the metabolism of drugs and actually improve liver cell function.

Curculigo Orchioides: Shown to possess potent anabolic and spermatogenic effects, the water based extract of Curculigo Orchioides leaves out the estrogenic components found in ethanolic extracts. Researchers observed weight gains in reproductive organs and have described Curculigo Orchioides as having "testosterone like effects."

Cissus Quadrangularis: Cissus is a popular bodybuilding and performance enhancing compound for a few reasons. Not only does it exhibit anabolic results without androgenic side effects, it has been shown to lower cortisol levels and therefore enhance the healing of muscle and bone. Cortisol has been shown to destroy muscle tissue. By lowering cortisol levels, cissus will help keep your body in a muscle building, anabolic state. This cortisol lowering ability, combined with the anabolic content of cissus including beta-sitosterol and ketosteroids, provides incredible muscle building effects and enhanced pumps during exercise and training.

Hibiscus Rosa-Sinesis: Similar to Curculigo Orchioides, the water based extract of Hibiscus must be used in order to avoid phytoestrogen components. This extract contains pSARM (phyto-selective androgen receptor modulator) components. These pSARMs act like testosterone in muscle tissue and produce anabolic effects without the side effects of steroids. Therefore, this hibiscus extract is perfect for the Natadrol formulation, and like Curculigo Orchiodies, will help reduce recovery time, reduce estrogen and increase nitric oxide synthase activity!

Putting It All Together

Creating an effective, all natural androgenic and anabolic product is incredibly difficult but with the introduction of Natadrol, the supplement industry has moved one step closer to this goal. The synergistic effects of the androgenic, anabolic and pSARM components put the body in a muscle building state while lowering cortisol and providing health benefits such as improved immune system function, increased liver cell health and maintenance of healthy blood glucose levels. The result is what many have described: increased strength, gains in lean muscle mass, reductions in body fat and improvements in body composition-all from a natural and legal product.

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Chopra, S.S. "Studies of Cissus quadrangularis in experimental fracture repair : a histopathological study." Indian Journal of Medical Research. 64.9 (1976): 1365-8.
Kapura, P. "Evaluation of the antiosteoporotic potential of Tinospora cordifolia in female rats." Maturitas . 59.4 (2008): 338.
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