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    Physiology behind cycle support sups??

    Hey guys, this may be a stupid question, but have just been thinking about it for a little bit.

    When someone is on an oral cycle that is stressing the liver, how does taking support supps such as hawthorne berry or milk thistle help the liver, it seems like the less the liver has to deal with processing while being stressed, the better.

    Why would it not be better to allow the liver to only process the oral steroid , and then after the cycle take liver cleansing supplements to clean it out?

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    You need to take notice of the advice you have already been given regarding steroids http://forums.steroid.com/showthread...AAS&highlight=

    The advice wont change so please take notice and understand you need to sort your diet out and this will achieve your goals.

    Best of luck
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    haha thankyou marcus, that thread was a long time ago. I am just still researching for the future and this is just one question i havent been able to find the answer to.

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