The FDA must have had a busy week, as they just announced another recall of another ‘roid flavored product!
A product called “Off Cycle II” is about to be completely pulled as the FDA found it “contains 3,17-keto-etiochol-triene (a synonym for ATD an aromatase inhibitor)”
Looking in the FDA’s copy & paste file, it says ATD/’roids are not good for you because you get a random selection of “decreased rate of bone maturation and growth, decreased sperm production, infertility, aggressive behavior, adrenal insufficiency, kidney failure, and liver dysfunction.” All that isn’t really a good trade just to have some 21 inch guns and abs you can polish steel with.
What’s funky about this recall is that “Off Cycle II Hardcore had been sold nationwide but was discontinued by Fizogen in July of 2009. The product was sold in bottles containing ninety (90) capsules and was manufactured exclusively for Fizogen Precision Technologies. Although the product was discontinued over a year ago, it has come to the attention of Fizogen that some online retailers may still have remaining inventory that they are offering for sale.”
Is there such a thing as “fresh” steroids? Or steroids with an expiration date?
The FDA just announced they’re going to pull “dietary supplement products sold under the names Arom-X, Arom-X UTT, Arom-XL, 4-AD, and Decavol, which are marketed as Natural Testosterone Boosters and Libido Enhancers.”
The FDA found out that all these products apparently contain “1,4,6 etioallocholan-dione, also known as ATD, an aromatase inhibitor.”
So in dah vhordz uf Ahnold, ZHEY ARRRR FHULL OV STHEROIDS!! GHET TO DA CHOPPA!! AAAAAAA!!!
OK, seriously, the FDA says taking this stuff will get you totally wicked shredded isn’t good for you because you get a random selection of “decreased rate of bone maturation and growth, decreased sperm production, infertility, aggressive behavior, adrenal insufficiency, kidney failure, and liver dysfunction.” However, “Advanced Muscle Science has not received any adverse event reports nor are they aware of any adverse events associated with the use of these products.”
So buy them now if you see them toss them if you got ’em!
Museum patrons minding their own business? Suddenly getting gassed by a colorful smoke? Everyone falls down unconscious? Vandals enter the museum and deface/repaint the artwork? But they spare the one painting the very colorful leader likes?
Holy ripoff, Batman! That’s all from the 1989 movie… Batman! The one with Michael Keaton!