Book on Steroids
So I was urged by many people to write this book for quite some time now. I have previously written a book on anabolic androgenic steroids (AAS) in Dutch. It laid down much of the sciency stuff behind them including several hundred references to the scientific literature. Mechanisms of action, a bunch of chemistry stuff concerning AAS structures and metabolism, gonadotropins, selective estrogen receptor modulators (SERMs), aromatase inhibitors (AIs), side-effects, androgen receptor structure, steroidogenesis, spermatogenesis, hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis, you name it, it was in it. However, again, much of it was the die-hard science stuff no one really cares about or is able to understand without some undergraduate biochemistry knowledge.
But I digress, this book will be different. I’ll try to stick to the more physiological relevant stuff this time. Mind you, I’ll probably still bore you with some chemistry fapping or otherwise less practical stuff. Simply because it sometimes aids in grasping the bigger picture. Additionally, a lot of directly relevant AAS research isn’t available at hand. For some reason researchers are not that interested in supraphysiological (that is, higher than normal) dosages of AAS. (Ethics committees for some reason aren’t particularly fond of it either). Now, because of that, I (and many others) attempt to explain some things by relying on animal studies, cell studies, and some logical reasoning. This isn’t perfect, obviously, but it’s better than nothing I guess.
Because I know most people who read about AAS are getting a hard-on from in-line references, I have included them throughout the book.
As I’m writing this, the book isn’t finished yet. But I promise you. This gonna be good.
Keep me posted!
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