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The use of Steroids are banned in all equine sports because their action is to increase muscle strength and endurance, allowing the horse to train considerably longer and harder giving a clear advantage.
While many racehorse owners and trainers argue that steroids have a beneficial effect in the treatment of various conditions in horses and also to help them recover from surgeries and injuries, using these drugs to enhance performance is not only detrimental to the horse but damaging to the sport as well.
Steroids have many unwanted side effects and health issues that make therapeutic long term use undesirable. The side effects are caused by the androgenic action and include liver damage, water retention, aggressive behaviour and breeding difficulties.
Scientists manufacture steroids to give the maximum anabolic action and the minimum androgenic action the latter contains the side effects. Unfortunately scientists have failed to separate the anabolic from the androgenic and this class of drugs is destined to remain a banned substance.
However in a recent scientific breakthrough a natural compound has been extracted and stabilised with a higher anabolic (110% increase in protein synthesis) action and no androgenic side effects which means for the first time trainers can reproduce and improve on the effects of a steroid without using an illegal drug.
Superfix Performance has been compared with a synthetic steroid known for its muscle enhancing properties in an experiment involving muscle fibres and protein synthesis. Methandrostolone did not have the same effect on protein synthesis as ecdysterone did which confirms that synthetic steroids act in a completely different way and their effect involves hormonal action including testosterone.
The anabolic action begins in 2 hours and lasts for 24hrs.
The compound in Superfix Performance does not raise testosterone in horses but it does activate the serine/threonine protein kinase (Akt) pathway. Currently, Akt is one of the most actively studied kinases or kinase pathways in drug development areas.
Activated Akt plays a key role in mediating signals for cell growth, cell survival (anti-apoptotic), cell-cycle progression, differentiation, transcription, translation, and glucose metabolism.
Protein synthesis begins to increase after 2 hours and rises to a maximum after 4 hours with no sudden drop in energy levels.
Dosage: £3.00 per daily dose (10 mg) give 1 month results noticeable in 1-5 days.