An additional well-known and well-established fact is that all anabolic steroids exhibit negative impacts on cholesterol levels, as well as cardiovascular strain in the human body. This involves the reduction of HDL (the good cholesterol) and increases of LDL (the bad cholesterol). The result of such changes involves an increased risk of arteriosclerosis , and the degree to which these changes occur for the worse are usually dose-dependent (with higher doses increasing the negative changes and the risks). Other factors that affect these negative cholesterol changes are: duration of use, and route of administration. It is imperative considering this particular effect of anabolic steroids on the body that any users of anabolic steroids no matter the preparation (oral or injectable) take exquisite care to make proper adjustments in their dietary habits which favor positive cholesterol maintenance and changes, especially when running cycles of anabolic steroids .
Boldenone cypionateis an ester of boldenone and is recommended as an aid for the treatment of debilitated horses when an improvement in weight, hair coat or general physical condition is desired. Debilitation often follows disease or may occur following overwork and overexertion.
Boldenone improves the general state of debilitated horses, thus aiding in correcting weight losses and improving appetite. It is not a substitute for a well-balanced diet. Optimal results can be expected only when good management and feeding practices are utilized.
Boldenone should be considered only as adjunctive therapy to other specific and supportive therapy for diseases, surgical cases and traumatic injuries.
The individual dosage of Boldenone cypionate should be determined by the veterinarian before commencement of treatment. Animals should also be kept under observation during treatment.