Whey protein and anabolic steroids

Combat is musclepharm’s technologically sophisticated protein superfood. Athletes and bodybuilders have long known that high-quality protein is the key to maintaining and building lean muscle while supporting a healthy body makeup and fueling fat reduction. Protein is the most-important macronutrient for mass, muscle growth and power. High-quality protein supports recovery and muscle growth and the ethics and health of all body tissues. Active bodies demand more high-quality protein for optimum performance – combat was designed to answer that demand.

One thing I have thought, and I’m not sure anyone else has, is… does less testosterone in the blood actually mean that our body is producing less, or that more of it is in the cells. A very high protein diet has been proven to positively impact body composition, even during overfeeding, and personally I have noticed it makes me feel better. Could it be that the high amount of protein causes the cells to increase their uptake of testosterone to drive the protein into the muscles increasing muscle mass and thus leaves less in the blood. Just a thought

All proteins are comprised of amino acids, and amino acids serve as the building blocks of proteins. Each protein, regardless of its source, is made up of approximately 20 amino acids. Since all proteins are comprised of the same 20 amino acids, how is one protein source different from another? The answer to this question is that the sequence of the amino acids differs from one type of protein to another. In addition, the composition of the amino acids that comprise a given protein is what makes one type of protein different from another. For example, soy does not have as much of the amino acid methionine as some other high-quality proteins, and egg protein has more branched chain amino acids than vegetable proteins.

D-ASPARTIC ACID (DAA)
D-aspartic acid is an amino acid which, as opposed to all protein building amino acids is in D form and not in L. Naturally, protein amino acids exist in L form but in result of the conversion in the body they can change into D form. DAA has won its popularity as an amino acid influencing the natural production of testosterone and, as such, it is present in anabolic products. In the studies* conducted on a group of men it has been found that consuming 3120 mg of DAA in the morning causes the highest growth rate of testosterone secretion after 12 days of supplementation with this ingredient. Taking the above facts into account it is recommended to consume DAA on a cyclical basis. A 3 day break should be made after 12 days and, afterwards, DAA can be reintroduced into supplementation.
*“The role and molecular mechanism of D-aspartic acid in the release and synthesis of LH and testosterone in humans and rats” Enza Topo1 , Andrea Soricelli2, Antimo D’Aniello1 , Salvatore Ronsini3 and Gemma D’Aniello3 Published: 27 October 2009, Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2009, 7:120 doi:/1477-7827-7-120

1Taurine and its potential therapeutic application Konrad Szymański, Katarzyna Winiarska, Zakład Regulacji Metabolizmu, Instytut Biochemii, Wydział Biologii, Uniwersytet Warszawski

Whey protein and anabolic steroids

whey protein and anabolic steroids

D-ASPARTIC ACID (DAA)
D-aspartic acid is an amino acid which, as opposed to all protein building amino acids is in D form and not in L. Naturally, protein amino acids exist in L form but in result of the conversion in the body they can change into D form. DAA has won its popularity as an amino acid influencing the natural production of testosterone and, as such, it is present in anabolic products. In the studies* conducted on a group of men it has been found that consuming 3120 mg of DAA in the morning causes the highest growth rate of testosterone secretion after 12 days of supplementation with this ingredient. Taking the above facts into account it is recommended to consume DAA on a cyclical basis. A 3 day break should be made after 12 days and, afterwards, DAA can be reintroduced into supplementation.
*“The role and molecular mechanism of D-aspartic acid in the release and synthesis of LH and testosterone in humans and rats” Enza Topo1 , Andrea Soricelli2, Antimo D’Aniello1 , Salvatore Ronsini3 and Gemma D’Aniello3 Published: 27 October 2009, Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2009, 7:120 doi:/1477-7827-7-120

1Taurine and its potential therapeutic application Konrad Szymański, Katarzyna Winiarska, Zakład Regulacji Metabolizmu, Instytut Biochemii, Wydział Biologii, Uniwersytet Warszawski

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