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Anabolic Cooking by Dave Ruel - Protein and Increase Muscle Mass
Anabolic Cooking by Dave Ruel - Specific training muscle hypertrophy and special diet; the structural composition of proteins look like that of carbohydrates, and each molecule consists of the carbon atoms, oxygen and hydrogen; The proteins unlike carbohydrates contain nitrogen, sulfur, phosphorus and iron.
The main implication of dietary proteins is that they are the only source of amino acids. The protein contains 20 amino acids of which the human body synthesizes only 12 and called non-essential amino acids because they do not need to hire the man through food, and it is necessary to recruit through food, for this reason called essential amino acids.
According to the above it is clear that it is not necessary to diet supplementation with nonessential amino acids and this is not because they are important for the body than necessary, but because he composes himself body and therefore man is covered from them. Amino acids are absorbed by the man through food not only provide a substrate for the synthesis of muscle suggested that some operating system as the muscle cell to stimulate protein synthesis.
The metabolic basis for changes in muscle mass (increase or decrease of muscle mass) is the balance between protein synthesis and degradation of muscle protein (nitrogen balance). More specifically to no increase in muscle mass should the muscle protein synthesis exceed the protein catabolism, i.e. displaying a positive nitrogen balance.
Otherwise, where the protein catabolism exceeds protein synthesis appears negative nitrogen balance and therefore reducing muscle mass. Nitrogen balance varies daily or even hourly basis and can be either positive or negative depending on the diet and exercise followed. The periods of positive or negative nitrogen balance determines the profit or loss of muscle mass, respectively.
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