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But, the brain still wants its glucose. The difference between what's available from the diet and what the brain needs is made up by breaking down protein and converting certain amino acids to glucose. What about fat? Why won't the body just use bodyfat to fuel the brain? Because fats are unable to cross the blood brain barrier. Simply, the brain can't use free fatty acids (FFA) for fuel on a diet. So where does ketosis come in? As mentioned i n the last article, continued on page 4 ome of the below resources are free, some are on a per use basis, some require memberships or subscriptions.
1998 I I I I I I I some of their potency. This is where insulin comes in. As we said, it mostly reduces protein degradation rate. It might stimulate protein synthesis right after training ~ u t this effect is very limited in duration. What is important to understand is that past a certain dose, anabolics will provide their own antidote against muscle growth. 3) is to increase inslllinase level. Ideally, using insulin along with steroids would allow us to accelerate synthesis (thanks to anabolics) and reduce degradation (thanks to insulin) This is the best way to grow muscle fast.
Doesn't t h a t prove t h a t something bad happens t o t h e androgen receptors? A: No, it doesn't. It simply is hard or impossible for the body to grow rapidly for any sustained length of time. The fastest the body grows naturally is during puberty. Even five ibs. per month, if sustained, would be 60 lbs. per year. Certainly that is not normal. Such a rate of gain is not sustainable. Sure, you can get a spurt of growth and add 10 lbs. of muscle in a fro? " I month, or 25 lbs. in a cycle. But that just is not going to continue uninterrupted.