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Deer Antler Velvet And Athletes
Pro Football Fullback Heath Evans Uses Deer Antler Spray
New Orleans Saints fullback Heath Evans, is the latest professional athlete to admit using IGF-1/Deer Antler Velvet. Evans said he first took Deer Antler during training camp in 2008, while with the New England Patriots, and called it the best pre-season of his career. Evans stated he began using the spray again this off season.
"I took Deer Antler/IGF-1 to recover from the rigors of a two-a-days" Evans Said. " There are some rest and recovery aspects that are noticeable. I've been using the spray for the last couple of weeks, and I have been seeing the same effects."
Evans said he has been willing to try the spray because of his positive experience with Deer Antler /IGF-1 in the past. Evans stated he has never tested positive for any banned substance and he is considered a model NFL Citizen, known for his foundation dedicated to helping victims of Childhood sexual abuse.
"Here is the thing about IGF-1 he said it almost becomes a bad term, but it is found in your body, it is found in foods, there will be people saying, "Your taking growth hormone". But No, it's Deer Antler."
IGF-1 is present in the human liver, and in some foods. To Evans and other athletes, the fact that Deer Antler is the source of the banned substance makes it acceptable.
Evans said he is confident he won't test positive for using the Deer Antler Product.