Recently we came up on a quote from the author of Bigger, Stronger, Faster.  It seems the author has some misconceptions about steroids and dietary supplements.  First of all, let’s clear up some myths, dietary supplements do NOT contain steroids, and EVEN if they did contain steroids they would be oral steroids such as dianabol and anavar which would NOT stay in the system long enough to show up on a blood test.  Second of all, Sean Sherk tested positive for nandrolone (deca durabolin) which is NOT an oral steroid and CANNOT be taken orally.  Listen, if Sean Sherk went out to buy steroids then use steroids such as Deca Durabolin, FINE! but be a man about it and admit it, don’t pussyfoot around and bullshit everyone that you took some supplements and that’s why you tested positive for steroids.

The reason any athlete can blame anything on dietary supplements is that they’re unregulated also. A dietary supplement basically says if it’s something in the food supply that’s not an illegal drug, like marijuana or cocaine, then you could use it in a dietary supplement. There’s really not much more of a regulation on that so when an athlete like Sean Sherk is taking that, who’s to say that it’s not the supplement because we don’t really know,” stated Christopher Bell, director of the highly acclaimed steroid documentary “Bigger, Stronger, Faster*”