Arkadaşlar bu ürün beni biraz garipleştirdi. Araştırırkende şöyle bir yazı buldum. Çeviren ve açıklayan olursa çok seviniriz. http://www.livestrong.com/article/116585-dangers-superpump/ When it comes to body-building supplements such as SuperPump 250, what you don't know can hurt you. Many of the more than 3 million people in the United States who use these products are unaware of their dangers. A 2002 Harris Poll found that a majority of consumers were misinformed about the government's role in protecting them from the potential side effects and dangers of dietary supplements. According to a July 28, 2009, New York Times article, these side effects can include stroke, liver problems and pulmonary embolisms. Steroids and steroid-like substances According to the FDA, anabolic is a code word for steroid or steroid-like products. The agency has warned consumers not to use body building products that have words like "anabolic"or "tren" in their labels. An April 23, 2009, study in International Urology and Nephrology reported that side effects of steroid use in men include swelling breasts, shrinking testicles, psychiatric disorders, cardiac and liver disease and acute kidney injury. SuperPump 250 contains a brew of ingredients called Anabolic Signaling Complex. Excessive Doses of Vitamin B12 Vitamin B12 is an essential water-soluble vitamin that helps maintain healthy nerve cells and red blood cells. It also makes DNA. According to MedlinePlus, a medical information resource established by the U.S. National Library of Medicine, the government's recommended dietary allowance for adults is 2.4 micrograms per day. SuperPump 250 has 140 micrograms, or 2,333 percent of the recommended daily value. Higher than recommended doses can lead to full-blown rosacea that can last up to four months after you stop the supplement as well as dangerous clots in your arms or legs. Undeclared and Unsafe Ingredients Supplements that contain synthetic steroids are not only dangerous and illegal, they're often spiked with prescription medications such as Viagra and other contaminants. Unlike pharmaceuticals, the government doesn't oversee supplement manufacturers. According to an Oct. 15, 2009, study in the New England Journal of Medicine, a range of dietary supplements are tainted with toxic plant material, heavy metals, bacteria, or drugs rejected by the FDA because of to safety concerns.