Guerrilla Chemist Radio, Episode 2: Androgen Receptors + Optimal Healthcare Supplements


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Blackstone Labs' very own Chief Science Officer, the Guerrilla Chemist, has his own podcast! Responsible for formulating some of our newer products, Bryan Moskow has both a chemist and a bodybuilder. It is his personal mission to pull the veil away from the dietary supplement industry, educating anyone with the desire to listen on not only what the countless supplements on the market do, but how they work.

Today's episode starts with our hosts catching up on what Bryan has been doing for Blackstone now that he's been in the office for more than a few days. The meat of today's podcast is about androgen receptors and optimal supplementation for overall body health.

Androgen receptors are where muscle-building compounds, such as Testosterone, bind in order to affect your body. Different compounds bind in different ways, at different strengths, and affect your body in different ways. How anabolic a molecule is depends on a number of factors, including these. This topic transitions into estrogen receptors and the difference between Estrogen Blockers and Aromatase Inhibitors.

After the break, GC and AS go over what kind of supplements they take and recommend for total body health. What are these supplements for and how do they help? Quality of life is arguably more important than length of life and these substances will help with both. Guerrilla Chemist goes over Probiotics, Ubiquinol, N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC), as well as others.


The Guerrilla Chemist
The Guerrilla Chemist

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The Guerrilla Chemist was created to inform anyone from fitness enthusiasts to hardcore bodybuilders about the science of sports nutrition supplements. The sports nutrition industry is constantly releasing new products, some of which have insane claims. My mission is to bring you cutting edge research and the bottom line about all products aimed at building muscle or burning fat.



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Tyler
Tyler

January 19, 2016

Hey, I’m really enjoying your episodes so far. They are a great way to learn new things and get ideas for further research of my own. I know there is no replacement or anything as good as a real good night’s slept but there are some of us that simply do not have the time. Is there anything out there that is ok for regular use to get better, harder sleep with the same benefits less time?

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