36 fertile eggs = Dianabol ???

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  1. 36 fertile eggs = Dianabol ???


    I was reading last night that apparently Iron Guru Vince Gironda used to say that consuming 3 cartons of fertile eggs a day will have an anabolic effect equivilent of dianabol. I don't know that it was based on. I'm looking for the link again this morning. Has anyone else read this?


  2. The only thing I have to say to this is don't listen to self proclaimed "gurus".

    unless it's me.....
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by BoyFromAus View Post
    I was reading last night that apparently Iron Guru Vince Gironda used to say that consuming 3 cartons of fertile eggs a day will have an anabolic effect equivilent of dianabol. I don't know that it was based on. I'm looking for the link again this morning. Has anyone else read this?
    Makes sense to me...

  4. fertile eggs are supposedly very high in myostatin. 36 of them daily would obviously give you some kind of effect, though i don't know anyone who can eat more than a dozen eggs a day.


    EDIT : upon rethinking this (thanks dsade), its folstaxan that fertile eggs are high in, which block myostatin.

  5. The protein, cholesterol, lecithin, and micronutrients would kickstart a ton of protein synthesis, but IDK if it's on the level of dianabol.
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  6. how about dianabol PLUS 3 cartons of eggs!!

  7. Quote Originally Posted by suncloud View Post
    fertile eggs are supposedly very high in myostatin. 36 of them daily would obviously give you some kind of effect, though i don't know anyone who can eat more than a dozen eggs a day.
    Myostatin = bad.
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by dsade View Post
    Myostatin = bad.
    argh. is it myostatin blockers in fertile eggs?

  9. argh. this is what i get for typing when i first wake up. folstaxan is what i should be thinking of.
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by suncloud View Post
    argh. this is what i get for typing when i first wake up. folstaxan is what i should be thinking of.
    I've never seen a "thread of one" before.

    I assume you will answer yourself, soon...
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  11. yes eggs have folstaxan in them which would inhibit myostatin to a certain extent. 36 eggs a day might be enough to have an effect.
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  13. Follistatin.
    Follistaxan is a supplement made from fertilized egg powder. Follistatin is an antagonist of myostatin and has some muscle building properties of it's own.

  14. I definitely feel that DBol would be safer, cheaper, more effective, and more feasible that eating 36 eggs a day.

  15. Quote Originally Posted by Gator 87 View Post
    I definitely feel that DBol would be safer, cheaper, more effective, and more feasible that eating 36 eggs a day.
    I'm going to break this statement down some...

    Quote Originally Posted by Gator 87 View Post
    safer
    This is debatable, no matter what, I wouldn't say it would be dangerous.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gator 87 View Post
    cheaper
    I can get a dozen eggs for $1.05, so 36 eggs daily only comes in at $3.15 - I bet I could get them for a little less at bulk purchases too so let's say a months worth is around $60-$80 bucks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gator 87 View Post
    feasible
    I could easily get eggs from across the street at the market - where could I get dbol?


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  17. i cant imagine that many eggs a day would be very good for chelosterol levels and that would be a a full day job trying to eat that many eggs f that

  18. Quote Originally Posted by xink View Post
    I can get a dozen eggs for $1.05, so 36 eggs daily only comes in at $3.15
    if you can find fertile eggs for under 3.99 a dozen let me know.

  19. Quote Originally Posted by dsade View Post
    I've never seen a "thread of one" before.

    I assume you will answer yourself, soon...
    folstaxan

    ^^
    there's a thread with substandard results, though obviously the companies product might be in doubt rather than the actual compound. this IMO is one of those things that needs serious controlled studies.

    i'd be curious as to if they did a study with three control groups
    1 - empty pill
    2 - 3 dozen regular eggs worth of cholesterol in a pill
    3 - 3 dozen fertile eggs worth of cholesterol and follistatin

  20. Quote Originally Posted by suncloud View Post
    if you can find fertile eggs for under 3.99 a dozen let me know.
    I can't post links but I did manage to find some for cheap:

    www hatchingeggs.net

  21. Quote Originally Posted by MrBigPR View Post
    Gator87= Courtesy of xink
    Dude, this isn't BB.com.



    I think by "feasible" Gator meant popping a couple of pills/day vs. eating 36 eggs/day.

  22. Quote Originally Posted by Mass_69 View Post
    Dude, this isn't BB.com.



    I think by "feasible" Gator meant popping a couple of pills/day vs. eating 36 eggs/day.
    Thank you. I'm glad to see some people on here are reasonable. How the **** is raping the unhatched chicken population easier than popping 1 or 2 pills a day?? Some people may be able to do it for a couple days just to prove a point or something, but eating that many eggs on a consistent basis would be torture. This is why mega-dosing eggs is not comparable to AAS. lol

  23. Quote Originally Posted by xink View Post
    This is debatable, no matter what, I wouldn't say it would be dangerous.
    I'm obviously not trying to say that AAS is a better idea than food, but 36 eggs a day is just ludicrous any way you look at it. I'm pretty sure that those numbers of cholesterol and saturated fat would be more damaging to your body than a few AAS cycles.

    Quote Originally Posted by xink View Post
    I can get a dozen eggs for $1.05, so 36 eggs daily only comes in at $3.15 - I bet I could get them for a little less at bulk purchases too so let's say a months worth is around $60-$80 bucks.
    Even if you weren't talking about fertile eggs, the DBol or whatever would still be cheaper.

    Quote Originally Posted by xink View Post
    I could easily get eggs from across the street at the market - where could I get dbol?
    Are you asking for a source? And I would have a much easier time buying an order of AAS, than to drive across town to some market every day.

  24. Quote Originally Posted by suncloud View Post
    if you can find fertile eggs for under 3.99 a dozen let me know.
    Hell, I don't even think I've even seen these for sale at any place I've ever bought groceries.

  25. Quote Originally Posted by Gator 87 View Post
    I'm obviously not trying to say that AAS is a better idea than food, but 36 eggs a day is just ludicrous any way you look at it. I'm pretty sure that those numbers of cholesterol and saturated fat would be more damaging to your body than a few AAS cycles.



    Even if you weren't talking about fertile eggs, the DBol or whatever would still be cheaper.



    Are you asking for a source? And I would have a much easier time buying an order of AAS, than to drive across town to some market every day.
    You're right, eating 36 eggs is crazy, my post was mostly tongue and cheek.

    As for a source, yeah, I am kind of interested.

  26. cool responses everyone.

    So I guess the key things are protein (obviously) but cholesterol and folstaxin (myostatin inhibitor) for the testosterone production?.. I doubt this would compare to dianabol but i'd like to see a scientific test done.

    None the less, i'd have to agree that even if I could get hold of 36 fertile eggs each day for hell cheap, eating it would be a task. And if Gironda was suggesting to eat them raw (which i'm unsure of), that would be serious torture.

  27. Wow, good to know, but yeah, that would be a load to eat, especially if carried on for months as a "cycle".

    By way of comparison, a strong dose of Dbol per day would cost about a buck...so I'm told...

  28. The interesting thing about follistatin is that if you take mice which have a gene which under-expresses myostatin (and have about twice as much muscle as normal mice) and add a gene which over-expresses follistatin, you end up with mice with FOUR TIMES AS MUCH MUSCLE AS NORMAL.
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    http://www.plosone.org/article/info:...l.pone.0000789
  

  
 

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