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Don’t eat meat in China, you’ll get doping

13 Jan 2022 | 06:45 | LATEST POSTS

 

That is the recommendation of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).

The practice of livestock farms in China is to use growth agents for livestock and livestock and lean substances for pigs. Most of these substances contain banned substances, also known as doping by WADA.

Athletes who return to China to attend the tournament must consider it because livestock meat uses growth and lean substances

Athletes who return to China to attend the tournament must consider it because livestock meat uses growth and lean substances

Ahead of the Beijing Winter Olympics, WADA has advised athletes from all over the world to gather for the Games. WADA warns delegations to be careful when buying meat in China to increase nutrition and protein in athletes’ meals. This can lead to the fact that there is a residual stimulant in the food of cattle, animals, and athletes who eat it will give a positive result if a sample is taken.

Two types of substances, clebultole and steroids, are always used by Chinese livestock farms, including lean substances used to “install” in pig’s feed to create lean. This substance used to build muscle is on the WADA banned list. Most other pet growth enhancers are on the WADA banned list.

Many athletes from all over the world when coming to China to compete, have had this kind of “handicap” and then when their chefs go to the market to buy meat. Chinese athletes are also victims of the practice of using growth factors and lean builders on Chinese farms.

Renowned cyclist Contedor, who won the 2010 Tour de France and the 2011 Giro d’Intalia, was stripped of his title for using meat from China and was banned from competing.

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