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The sport of bodybuilding is very exciting as well as controversial. This is mostly due to the stereotype that many in the business are involved in the use of steroids. Regardless of whether or not steroids are used, achieving such a body has its consequences. Do a little to find out what happens in the body as an individual cuts certain things out of their diet in order to achieve a lean, muscular body?
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