Trax schreef 10-01-20 om 22:44:13
Als nou een serieuze journalist met dit verhaal zou komen, dus fatsoenlijk geschreven en objectief, op basis van onderzoek en met hoor & wederhoor, dan zou ik het interessant vinden. Maar de persoonlijke mening en moraal van Evert Slager kan me jeuken.
Tadaa! En daar hebben we Dave Emmet van Motomatters! En dat is wel
een echte journalist.
Quote uit zijn artikel:
However, drostanolone, sometimes called by its commercial name Masteron, is much less commonly used in meat production. Drostanolone promotes lean muscle growth, and can help to reduce body fat and expel water. It is much more expensive than most other common steroids, making it less attractive in meat production, and so the chance of ingesting it via contaminated meat, as Iannone claimed initially, is very low.
"I’ve never heard of drostanolone-contaminated meats, like I have other steroids such as nandrolone and clenbuterol," nutritionist Victor Conte told boxing website Boxing Scene. Conte was talking about the case of Antonio Tarver, a boxer who tested positive for drostanolone in 2012. The boxer wasn't the only fighter to test positive for the substance: boxers and MMA fighters have been found to be using the substance.
It is commonly used by bodybuilders to cut body fat and drop weight, Conte explained, as well as by boxers looking to make the weight for their division. It can be used in relatively short cycles – two to four weeks – for dropping weight. One version, drostanolone propionate, clears from the body relatively quickly, disappearing totally after about three weeks.
Een middel om snel af te vallen......Hmmmmmm