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NATURAL ANABOLIC MUSCLE BUILDER

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Increase Energy & Recovery Levels. Based on an enhanced naturally anabolic 4:1:1 ratio of potent amino acids, 247Bodybuilder is the No.1 choice for adding large amounts of muscle size, strength and power quickly. Now with a massive 180 capsules per bottle, if you really want to pack on pounds of raw muscle quickly then this is the supplement for you.

 



 

 

 

247BodyBuilder has been specifically formulated for people who want to have large freaky extra strong muscles without having to resort to dangerous chemicals. 247BodyBuilder is a blend of high concentration full strength aminos and natural testosterone boosters. With this formulation taken in conjunction with an intensive high intensity training program you will soon see your muscle size and strength developing. 247BODYBUILDER - because real bodybuilding is 24-7People will think you are on some secret chemical potion whereas in truth you are simply taking maximum advantage of the latest sports nutritional science in order to enhance your physique to its maximum. This product is designed for maximum growth and should only be taken if you wish to gain rapid size, strength and power. Each Bottle contains 180 FULL STRENGTH capsules - so with 2 bottles you have enough of this muscle enhancing formulation for some really serious muscle growth. This product is used mainly by serious bodybuilders and rugby players but is suitable for anyone who enhanced muscular development is important.

There are 22 amino acids, without them, all of the metabolic processes necessary to spark and sustain human life would simply not be possible. Long chains of amino acids combine to form up to 55,000 different proteins, and each protein is used to produce the enzymes, neurotransmitters, and hormones that support normal growth and functioning of all bodily organs, including the heart, brain, liver, kidneys, and sex organs.

Amino acids come in two distinct types - essential amino acids and nonessential amino acids. Essential amino acids cannot be manufactured in the body (you get these by eating foods that contain protein), and nonessential amino acids are manufactured within the body by combining two or more essential amino acids. However, adequate amounts of dietary protein are needed to form all 22 amino acids. If you donít get enough protein your body wonít have the 9 essential amino acids it needs to make up the other 13 nonessential amino acids. This is why we always recommend a full spectrum protein supplement to muscle building bodybuilders.

Todayís modern Western- style diet is composed largely of processed foods which often lack in quality protein, for this reason a good full strength amino acid supplement as listed above is essential for optimum performance and muscle building
What Are Branched-Chain Amino Acids?
The BCAA Are A Group Of Three Essential Amino Acids:

1. Leucine
2. Isoleucine
3. Valine

The BCAA are different from the other 17 amino acids in that they are primarily metabolized in skeletal muscle (Layman, 2003) and metabolized at a much lower rate in the liver (Norton, 2005). The rate limiting enzyme in BCAA catabolism is Branched Chain Keto Acid Dehydrogenase, which is much more active in skeletal muscle than in the liver (Norton, 2005).

Point blank, exercise promotes increased BCAA oxidation (Shirmomura et al., 2004). This increased degradation of BCAA helps maintain energy homeostasis by providing carbon as a direct energy source and glucose homeostasis by providing substrates for the citric-acid cycle and gluconeogenesis.

Amino acids are categorized as glucogenic, ketogenic, or a combination of glucogenic and ketogenic. A glucogenic amino acid when metabolized gives rise to pyruvate or other TCA cycle intermediates that can be used for the production of glucose through gluconeogenesis.

A ketogenic amino acid is metabolized via the fatty acid pathway and gives rise to actyl-CoA, a fatty acid precursor. Leucine is completely ketogenic, valine is completely glucogenic, and isoleucine is both glucogenic and ketogenic. Valine and isoleucine can both be used to produce intermediates for glucose production via gluconeogenesis.

Due to leucine's metabolic properties (discussed below), increasing attention is being given to it and its metabolism. Research has shown plasma leucine levels to decrease during both aerobic and anaerobic exercise (Mero, 1999).

According to Freund and Hanani (2002), "Complete oxidation of leucine in the muscle yields more adenosine triphosphate molecules on a molar basis than complete oxidation of glucose." So leucine can provide skeletal muscle with more ATP than an equal amount of glucose, which is due to leucine being completely ketogenic and metabolized via the fatty acid pathway.

In order to meet the increased demand for BCAA during exercise the body breaks down muscle tissue to supply additional BCAA. By supplying the body exogenous BCAA during exercise, one can meet the increased demand for BCAA oxidation without breaking down muscle tissue to supply the needed BCAA.

Because BCAA serve as a "fuel" for skeletal muscle, supplementing with additional BCAA during your workout improves your performance without the added calories or insulin spike (which can lead to fat storage) caused by carbohydrates.

Leucine Stimulates Leptin Expression through mTOR activation in Adipocytes

Intake of leucine stimulates expression of the hormone leptin in adipocytes (the primary site of leptin secretion) through activation of the mTOR pathway (Meijer and Dubbelhuis, 2003). Leptin is a very complicated hormone; the gist of it is involved in the regulation of metabolism, body weight, and appetite.

Leptin secretion is linked with body fat levels; higher body fat is associated with higher leptin secretion and lower body fat is associated with lower leptin levels. When you diet and lose fat, the amount of leptin you secrete decreases, which makes your body "crave" food in an attempt to bring your body fat level back up to where the body is comfortable (known as the body fat "set point").

Leucine has the ability to activate leptin expression and will cause the body to think it is "fed" or receiving "adequate" calories, which will keep things running (specifically your metabolism) smoothly.

BCAA and the Glucose-Alanine Cycle

The BCAA's are involved in maintaining glucose homeostasis through the glucose-alanine cycle (see figure 1). The glucose-alanine cycle involves pyruvate (derived from glucose/glycogen) being transaminated in muscle to form alanine, with the BCAA serving as the main nitrogen source (donors) for the synthesis of alanine (Holecek, 2002).

The newly synthesized alanine is released in the blood stream and sent to the liver where it is converted into glucose through gluconeogenesis. This glucose can then be sent from the liver back to the working muscle to be used as fuel. Supplementing with BCAA allowing your body to create glucose to use for fuel without the added calories or insulin spike (which can lead to fat storage) caused by carbohydrates.


There are 22 amino acids, without them, all of the metabolic processes necessary to spark and sustain human life would simply not be possible. Long chains of amino acids combine to form up to 55,000 different proteins, and each protein is used to produce the enzymes, neurotransmitters, and hormones that support normal growth and functioning of all bodily organs, including the heart, brain, liver, kidneys, and sex organs.

Amino acids come in two distinct types - essential amino acids and nonessential amino acids. Essential amino acids cannot be manufactured in the body (you get these by eating foods that contain protein), and nonessential amino acids are manufactured within the body by combining two or more essential amino acids. However, adequate amounts of dietary protein are needed to form all 22 amino acids. If you donít get enough protein your body wonít have the 9 essential amino acids it needs to make up the other 13 nonessential amino acids. This is why we always recommend a full spectrum protein supplement to muscle building bodybuilders.

Todayís modern Western- style diet is composed largely of processed foods which often lack in quality protein, for this reason a good full strength amino acid supplement as listed above is essential for optimum performance and muscle building
Research:
1. Biolo, G., B. D. Williams, R. Y. Fleming, and R. R. Wolfe. Insulin action on muscle protein kinetics and amino acid transport during recovery after resistance exercise. Diabetes 48: 949-957, 1999.
2. Borsheim, E., K. D. Tipton, S. E. Wolf, and R. R. Wolfe. Essential amino acids and muscle protein recovery from resistance exercise. Am.J.Physiol Endocrinol.Metab 283: E648-E657, 2002.
3. Levenhagen, D. K., J. D. Gresham, M. G. Carlson, D. J. Maron, M. J. Borel, and P. J. Flakoll. Postexercise nutrient intake timing in humans is critical to recovery of leg glucose and protein homeostasis. Am.J.Physiol Endocrinol.Metab 280: E982-E993, 2001.
4. Rasmussen, B. B., K. D. Tipton, S. L. Miller, S. E. Wolf, and R. R. Wolfe. An oral essential amino acid-carbohydrate supplement enhances muscle protein anabolism after resistance exercise. J.Appl.Physiol 88: 386-392, 2000.
5. Roy, B. D. and M. A. Tarnopolsky. Influence of differing macronutrient intakes on muscle glycogen resynthesis after resistance exercise. J.Appl.Physiol 84: 890-896, 1998.
6. Tipton, K. D., A. A. Ferrando, S. M. Phillips, D. Doyle, Jr., and R. R. Wolfe. Postexercise net protein synthesis in human muscle from orally administered amino acids. Am.J.Physiol 276: E628-E634, 1999.
7. Tipton, K. D., B. B. Rasmussen, S. L. Miller, S. E. Wolf, S. K. Owens-Stovall, B. E. Petrini, and R. R. Wolfe. Timing of amino acid-carbohydrate ingestion alters anabolic response of muscle to resistance exercise. Am.J.Physiol Endocrinol.Metab 281: E197-E206, 2001.
8. Tipton, K. D., E. Borsheim, S. E. Wolf, A. P. Sanford, and R. R. Wolfe. Acute response of net muscle protein balance reflects 24-h balance after exercise and amino acid ingestion. Am.J.Physiol Endocrinol.Metab 284: E76-E89, 2003..

 

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