There are many side effects associated with Winstrol that can occur in both male and female. In women, there are menstrual irregularities as well as clitoral enlargement. In rare cases, Cholestatic jaundice and hepatic necrosis and even death. Men often experience increased erections and even Phallic enlargement. An increase or decrease in libido occurs in both men and women. Other side effects occur with the central nervous system, breast, hair, skin, skeletal, edema, and the endocrine system. One of the main side effects is liver damage.
A common mistake regarding fat loss steroids and steroids in general for that matter is that if you use them results will happen all on their own. Much of this ridiculous way of thinking is due to the manner in-which steroids are perceived by popular culture; as dark substances from a mystical land of evil. The fact of the matter is, if you are using fat loss steroids, if your diet is not that of a calorie deficiency, meaning you are burning more calories per day than you are taking in, then you wont lose fat. You still have to diet and train/exercise; steroids can simply help you burn more fat than you would otherwise, they are not magical.
Specifically, carb blockers aim to inhibit the enzymes in the body that digest carbohydrates, such as alpha-amalase and other lipases. Carbohydrates are one of the main ‘culprits’ when it comes to weight gain, as they release sugar/glucose very quickly into the bloodstream resulting in a sudden surge of free calories that will often get stored as fat because the body doesn’t have time to use them. Carb blockers essentially work like fiber and prevent or slow down the absorption from carbs – some will pass right through, while others will release energy more slowly in a manner more akin to a complex carbohydrate. A common ingredient is orlistat which blocks 25% of the fat consumed according to Fox News. Popular ingredients include the likes of white kidney bean extract.