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  1. jaymode

    jaymode New Member

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    There is a possible new ban.

    Posted by AX_Ryan on bb.com

    "> Public Notice:
    >
    > Effective immediately, Applied Lifescience Research
    > Industries, Inc., has ceased production, marketing
    > and sale of all Ergomax LMG, Prostanozol and similar
    > hormonal products. We are proud of the products that we have
    > developed and marketed to help our customers achieve
    > their training and fitness goals. However, while it
    > was never our objective to create or market
    > supplement products for the purposes of
    > undetectability in doping tests or to undermine
    > fairness in sports in any way, we have decided that
    > the most appropriate course of action is to
    > discontinue these products at this time, and to
    > focus instead on continuing to bring you innovative
    > new quality supplements.
    >
    > ALRI

    Every other company will be following suit in the next week or two. Honestly get them while you can and there will be no avoiding the next ban list."

    Posted by Patrick Arnold at www.musclegurus.com
    " this i believe is what is being referred to. its hard to read into it as far it foretelling what will happen when

    Davis Gives FDA Deadline for Steroid Explanation

    Sunday, October 23, 2005; Page E03

    In the latest move by Congress to address the problem of steroids in sports, Rep. Thomas M. Davis III (R-Va.), chairman of the Government Reform Committee, gave the Food and Drug Administration a Nov. 7 deadline to explain what it is doing to ensure that dietary supplements do not contain anabolic steroids.

    In a letter sent Friday to FDA Acting Commissioner Andrew C. von Eschenbach, Davis requested information regarding the FDA's oversight and monitoring of the dietary supplement industry and its plans to review five dietary supplements that contain steroids, as reported in an Oct. 18 Washington Post story.


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    "While the FDA does not approve dietary supplements for safety and effectiveness, FDA still has the responsibility to ensure that manufacturers do not mislead the consumer about dietary supplement contents," Davis wrote in the letter. "With the five dietary supplements tested in the previously mentioned Washington Post article, consumers could not know that they contained anabolic steroids."

    Don Catlin, of the UCLA Olympic Analytical Laboratory in Los Angeles, analyzed the five products -- Applied Lifescience Research Industries' (ALRI) Ergomax LMG, Anabolic Xtreme's Superdrol, ALRI's Prostanozol, PharmGenX FiniGenX Magnum Liquid, and Legal Gear's Methyl 1-P -- for The Post and concluded that all contained anabolic steroids that were designed to avoid detection in current drug tests. The Post reimbursed Catlin for the cost of the testing.

    The World Anti-Doping Agency recently announced that it would add steroids in three of the products -- all of which have been readily available online for between $50-$125 per bottle -- to its 2006 banned list.

    The FDA could not immediately be reached for comment.

    This February, the Committee on Government Reform began to investigate the use of illegal performance-enhancing drugs in professional sports, holding hearings on steroid use and the testing policies for professional baseball, football, and basketball, as well as the use of steroids among women.

    -- Amy Shipley"

    here is one link
    http://www.musclegurus.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=215
     
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    where will i go :hsughr:
     
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    as long as they leave dont ban my anabolic whey protein, i dont give a fuck
     
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    I talked to my congrassman today (Norwood) and he said whey is on the list to be reviewd next so it is only a matter of time.
     
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    I'll have to start going to Mexico to drink my protein shakes there :(
     
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    if they ban chicken I'm totally fucked.....Popeyes is great for my perma-bulk
     
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    NOT TEH EL GLUTAMINE!!!!1lc :noes:

    i'll just stop lifting
     
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    If they ever try to ban protein powder im renting a storage garage and filling that shit full of 10lb bags of ON.
     
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