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Myostatin

Limits Muscle Growth! Block It! Myostatin is a protein that regulates how much muscle mass is produced. If the gene that encodes myostatin is hindered, mutated or blocked, studies show more muscle mass is developed. Studies done on mice show that when their gene was “knocked out” they developed two to three times more muscle …

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Micellar Casein

Slow Digesting Protein Micellar casein, an extremely slow digesting and rich protein source that continues to feed your muscles long after whey proteins have dropped off. In fact, studies with this undenatured form of isolated casein protein (Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1997 Dec 23;94(26):14930-5) have demonstrated it to sustain steady amino acid …

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L-Taurine

The Second Most Abundant Amino Acid In Muscle! Taurine is an amino acid like glutamine that is earning more and more respect from bodybuilders and protein scientists. While taurine generally is the second most abundant amino acid in muscle, in several metabolic conditions, some muscle biologists like Eric Serrano, M.D., have determined that it, not …

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L-Methionine

An Essential Amino Acid! L-methionine is an essential sulfur-containing amino acid that is soluble in water. It is a powerful antioxidant, assists in the breakdown of fats, and helps inactivate free radicals. Because it is an essential amino acid, it must be supplied in the diet. The recommended daily intake is 13 mg per kg …

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L-Lysine

Essential Amino Acid Lysine is an essential amino acid. This means that the human body cannot produce L-Lysine and this important amino acid must be obtained from dietary intake. For years, lysine has been considered in the treatment of herpes and cold sores, and more recently, has been attracting attention as a possible addition to …

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L-Cysteine

Help Speed Recovery And Support Health What is it and where does it come from? L-cysteine is a conditionally sensitive, sulphur bearing, an amino acid present in the protein. L-cysteine is a conditionally essential because it can be made endogenously in sufficient quantities under normal circumstances, but it may have to be exogenously supplemented if …

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