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Myostatin suppressants?

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2006/07/07 20:36:39 (permalink)

Myostatin suppressants?

Anyone know of any supps out there which slow/limit/stop the production of Myostatin?

As I understand it, this is the hormone that limits muscle growth, possibly the key to natural genetic limit?
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    Stone
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    RE: Myostatin suppressants? 2006/07/07 20:58:55 (permalink)
    One contributor to the bodys excess in production of myostatin is eating too much protein.

    Hazard a touch of narcissism without shame.
    There is no room for junk food in any diet whatsoever, leave the junk in the bin.
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    RE: Myostatin suppressants? 2006/07/07 21:06:44 (permalink)
    There is no supp that does this - no matter what the manufacturers bullsh*t is. Scientists are still working on this area having had some success in animals.

     
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    mak
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    RE: Myostatin suppressants? 2006/07/07 21:18:53 (permalink)
    Cheers guys - Partyyboy. keep us posted

    Yeah Stone I read that in Muscular development too. Posted on the diet secti0on about it.

    It's weird the way the body balances these things out.
    I'm getting about 150-200gs perday so that's not too bad.
    Seems to be working for me!



    ORIGINAL: Stone

    One contributor to the bodys excess in production of myostatin is eating too much protein.

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    RE: Myostatin suppressants? 2006/07/07 21:24:06 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: PartyBoy

    There is no supp that does this - no matter what the manufacturers bullsh*t is. Scientists are still working on this area having had some success in animals.


    agreed

     
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    Stone
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    RE: Myostatin suppressants? 2006/07/07 21:50:43 (permalink)
    Oh right, yeah I read it there too lol

    ORIGINAL: mak

    Yeah Stone I read that in Muscular development too. Posted on the diet secti0on about it.

    ORIGINAL: Stone

    One contributor to the bodys excess in production of myostatin is eating too much protein.



    Hazard a touch of narcissism without shame.
    There is no room for junk food in any diet whatsoever, leave the junk in the bin.
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    Arif
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    RE: Myostatin suppressants? 2006/07/07 22:43:43 (permalink)
    I read about the genetic reprogramming and myostatin in the General chat a while ago. Had a picture of some butch beefy BULL (probably ronnies pet)....was a nasty piece of work too... Im sure there was enough meat there for a years supply .
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    RE: Myostatin suppressants? 2006/07/08 00:09:45 (permalink)
    i'm sure you can have it 'Genetically modified' by introducing some sort of myostatin enzyme into the body via a vector (prob liposome/possibly virus). But this would be the state of the art science and hence, would cost a small fortune. You wont get it in a 30 pound supplement bottle
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    RE: Myostatin suppressants? 2006/07/08 01:09:47 (permalink)
    this is an interesting read:

    http://www.musclephotos.com/myogene.html
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