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    Dear *********,
    Stop Congress From Making Another Supplement Illegal:
    Ask your Senators and Representative to oppose S. 1137 and any companion House
    legislation.

    On May 26, Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) introduced a bill that would ban DHEA,
    a vital dietary supplement that provides many important health benefits. Last
    year the government banned prohormone and ephedra supplements, and they won't
    rest until all nutritional supplements are regulated and sold by big
    pharmaceutical companies. This is our last chance to prevent Congress from
    taking DHEA off our shelves and to stop these ill-informed politicians in their
    tracks.

    Your help is needed immediately! Join us along with the Sports & Fitness
    Supplement Association (SFSA) in sending a message to Washington today. Take 60
    seconds to send lawmakers an e-mail as described below, and together we can keep
    this safe and effective dietary supplement legal and preserve your freedom to
    choose dietary supplements.

    Why Should We Oppose This Bill?
    This legislation, S. 1137, would classify DHEA as an anabolic steroid , adding it
    to the list of controlled substances and removing it from the market. Similar
    legislation is expected soon in the House of Representatives.

    DHEA is not an anabolic steroid. It is a naturally occurring hormone that offers
    a wide range of benefits, including maintaining muscle tissue and strong bones,
    boosting immunity, and improving mood and sleep patterns. Further studies
    suggest DHEA may be helpful for such conditions as obesity, cancer, and
    Alzheimer's disease. DHEA dietary supplements, which have been on the market for
    more than 20 years, are derived from a plant in the wild yam family.

    This legislation claims to prevent abuse of steroids by athletes. However, DHEA,
    unlike androstenedione and other hormone precursors closer to testosterone , does
    not have a marked effect in building muscle or enhancing performance.
    Researchers at Harvard University conducted surveys of weightlifters and other
    athletes and found that DHEA is rarely - if ever - used by athletes for
    performance enhancement.

    How You Can Help
    We need your help to keep DHEA legal and to prevent the government from moving
    ever closer to legislating supplements out of existence. Click here[
    www.saveoursupplements.org] to go to the "Save Our Supplements" website. Just
    put your ZIP code into the designated box in the top left corner and click "Go"
    to send a free e-mail to your Senators and Representative letting them know you
    oppose any legislation that would make DHEA illegal.

    Congress should not restrict access to dietary supplements that have improved
    the health of millions of Americans. Take action now - we may have only a few
    days to make ourselves heard!

    Sincerely,
    ***********

    Its legit from some1 i know which is why i *** the names wtf is wrong with the goverment??

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    wuts next are they gonna ban Creatine then "protein powder" ????

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    wtf....thas bullshiet..those are lazy asses who hate to see others accomplish there physical goals..assholes!!

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    everybody is going to have to rely on the government for their health products in years to come. thats what they want..to have us spend are money to them and not amongst each other.. phuckin PHagots.

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    Imagine people will be asking sources for creatine

    wtf man its our bodies let us do with it wut we want

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    i posted somthin about this like a while back...
    ill find the link

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    Wut a bunch of lazy ass faggots that dunno shit..........and that hormone show isnt gonna be helping this either...


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    I believe these guys are jumping on the bandwagon to draw attention to their lackluster selves. Whats prolly more scary is the pork that they hide in these bills and proposals usually designed to only help themselves and friends.

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