MHP has formulated a new supplement on the research of Dr. Carlon Colker, M.D. that promises what could be the holy grail of muscle building. The process is called “double muscling” and can be seen in the Belgian Blue Bull (seen in Bigger, Faster, Stronger) and the Bully Whippet Dog. These two animals look like the Incredible Hulk but are real. They are both myostatin deficient. Google the Belgian Blue and Bully Whippet you will be amazed.
Myostatin is a protein that down regulates how much muscle you can build. The more myostatin you have the less muscle you build.
The source is fertilized egg yolks. Yeah I know why can’t you just eat some eggs? I don’t know, if I did I wouldn’t just be some dude blogging for free.
I can’t wait to try the product. Read more on the MHP website
Stay strong my friends!
Mantente fuerte mis amigos!
Bleiben Sie stark meine Freunde!
Оставайтесь сильными, друзья мои!
Fique forte meus amigos!
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