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September 21, 2016 23:06


main functions

  • natural anabolic steroid.
  • Increases muscle mass.

Theoretical Foundations

androstenediol is a precursor of testosterone synthesis.

Although steroid androstenediol is currently unknown whether oral doses of the supplements significantly increase the level of testosterone.The synthesis of testosterone - is only one of several ways androstenediol transformations.Most of these reactions depend on the enzyme activity and rely on sophisticated feedback mechanism that is not yet completely understood.

research results

androstenediol synthesized in 1932. The experiments were conducted in 1935 on the neutered dogs have discovered a mild anabolic effect.Androstenediol was virtually forgotten until 1962, when the additive androstenediol, and dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) were given to women (n = 4), to determine whether they will increase testosterone levels [9].100 mg dose of both drugs were given a temporary increase in testosterone levels.Measurements of strength and athletic perfor

mance have not been conducted.

King et al.We evaluated the effects of androstenediol supplements (300 mg daily) in untrained men during 8 weeks of strength training.Serum testosterone levels and estrogen muscle size and strength, serum lipids and liver function markers were measured before and during the study in the group supplemented with (n = 10) and placebo (n = 10).No differences in serum testosterone, muscle size and strength between the group with Andros tendiolom group and the placebo has not been established.But in the group with the addition of androstendiolovoy was significantly reduced levels of high-density lipoproteidholesterina and significantly increased serum levels of estrogen, which can be detrimental to health by prolonged use of additives.


androstenediol is a permitted food additive, but it is banned by some governing sports organizations, including the National Student Sports Association (HCCA), the United States Olympic Committee, IOC, the National Football League (the NFL) and the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP).Other governing sports bodies involved in the assessment and application of androstenediol may prohibit it.This does not diminish its appeal among young athletes.Although supplements manufacturers claim that it is harmless, scientific data on the subject are missing.

If androstenediol does increase testosterone levels similar to prohibited anabolic steroid, it may appear the same harmful side effects.Pregnant women, young people and people with certain medical contraindications (eg, coronary heart disease, hypertension, or enlarged prostate) should not take this supplement.Due to lack of data on safety and a high probability of health risk associated with the use of androstenediol, it is not recommended as a dietary supplement for athletes.