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Scott discusses the benefits of therapeutic testosterone replacement therapy, its effects, the symptoms it treats, and how it widely differs from stacked steroid usage.
Coach Scott has lectured at Michigan State University on performance enhancing drugs and was referenced by the Canadian Government as an expert on the subject. He recently wrote a blog posted in T-Nation documenting on why he quit steroids. Accessible also through his website: scottabelfitness.com/quitsteroids
“There’s little point to adding years to your life if you can’t just as equally add life to your years.”
Morgentaler,A, “The Truth about Men and Sex.” St. Martin’s Press, 2015.
Morgentaler A, “Testosterone for Life.” McGraw Hill, 2009.
Morgentaler A, Bruning CO, DeWolf WC. “Incidence of Occult Prostate Cancer with Low Serum Testosterone Levels.” Journal of the American Medical Association, 996 Dec 18;276(23):1904-6.
Morgentaler, A, “Testosterone replacement therapy and prostate risks: where’s the Beef?” Canadian Journal of Urology, 2006 Feb;13 Suppl 1:40-3.
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Think protein is the macronutrient that satisfies best? Think again. Scott shares peer-reviewed scientific research that says differently.
“Evidence suggests that for most of history [humans] consumed more indigestible plant material, such as grasses, sedges and tubers, than is present in a typical western-style diet (>100 g per day dietary fibre compared with <15 g per day in the average modern-day diet)…” – International Journal of Obesity
Lin HV, et al. “Butyrate and propionate protect against diet-induced obesity and regulate gut hormones via free fatty acid receptor 3-independent mechanisms.” Public Library of Science PLosOne. 2012;7(4):e35240.
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