A un poble de la Cerdanya més tranquil·la, on acaben els camps i comencen els boscos de muntanya, es troba Cal Pesolet.

Una casa de pagès del s. XVIII, rehabilitada amb cura, que avui és una encantadora casa rural ecològica.

A dues passes del Parc Natural del Cadí-Moixeró, la casa és el lloc ideal per viure el Pirineu i fer-ho en sintonia amb la natura.

Steroids Mechanism of Action

Anabolic steroids are tiny molecules made of carbon atoms arranged in a ring. Their size and atomic composition allows them to easily enter cells and get into the brain of the cell, called the nucleus. There, they tell the cell to make different proteins through attaching to small molecules called receptors.  When the anabolic steroid injectable, or binds to the receptor, the cell knows it’s time to change what proteins it’s making. Proteins aren’t just important in your diet to build muscle. All of your cells make protein, and they are essential for all structure and function. Anabolic steroids change the amount of a type of protein made. 

Anabolic steroids need to bind to receptors in skeletal muscle, the muscles in our arms and legs we use for lifting, to cause the changes in protein production.  In muscle cells, anabolic steroids enter the nucleus and change how much of certain proteins are made. Proteins that are involved in building muscle are upregulated, meaning the steroids ‘up’ the number of them being made.  Proteins that are involved in breaking down muscle are downregulated, meaning less of them are made.