FDA warns against body-building products claiming steroids.

"The Food and Drug Administration warned the public Tuesday not to use body-building products marketed as containing steroids or steroid-like substances."

"The affected products are TREN-Xtreme, MASS Xtreme, ESTRO Xtreme, AH-89-Xtreme, HMG Xtreme, MMA-3 Xtreme, VNS-9 Xtreme, and TT-40-Xtreme, the agency said."

"They are sold as muscle stimulants for body builders who want to add muscle, lose weight and retain muscle mass. Sold mostly at gyms, by mail order and over the Internet, the products claim to have steroid-like ingredients but actually contain synthetic steroids, the agency said."

To me selling steroids as 'supplements' ( the majority of which are bought by students ) is far more dishonest and dangerous than what a 'real' steroid dealer does.

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