Supplements - Page 70 of 71 - Mind And Muscle

by: Chris Clancey Alcohol, universal inhibition unburdener and ubiquitous recreational drug extraordinaire, is a substance we all would love to hate, if only it didn’t go so damn well with everything from bars to ball-games to back-yard cook-outs—and just about everything in between. So just what is the health and body composition conscious drinker to do? […]

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A Trip Down Memory Lane by: Patrick Arnold As a researcher, it seems to me that the sports nutrition industry has become obsessed with staying abreast of the latest research and innovations. Why is it that we seldom bother to venture back into the vast library of overlooked and abandoned literature that is collecting dust on […]

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Arachidonic Acid and Site-Specific Muscle Growth by: William Llewellyn Although building muscle without exercise may seem like the ideal endpoint of all anabolic research, this is a feat that just hasn’t been realized yet. There are a number of effective drugs and supplements for augmenting muscle growth, but resistance training is in inseparable part to the […]

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by: Chris Clancey Part 1 Preface: Part I Super Brief Quick Recap Clenbuterol is a sympathomimetic drug. It is uber-lipolytic and potently anti-catabolic. It repartitions calories from fat deposits to skeletal muscle, and will initially kick more stimulation through your system than the sight of Jessica Alba in a two-or-less- piece, or for our female readers […]

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by: Rick Collins On January 20th, 2005, the Anabolic Steroid Control Act of 2004 took effect. Ratified by the U.S. Congress in October 2004, the law expands the federal steroid law that had been passed in 1990. The new law also provides $15 million for educational programs for children about the dangers of anabolic steroids, and […]

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Brain Food: Vinpocetine – Part II by: David Tolson In the last article, we covered the research on the neuroprotective and memory-improving capabilities of vinpocetine. We found that vinpocetine has neuroprotective effects in many situations, and there are studies providing evidence that it has utility as a nootropic in humans. We are now going to discuss […]

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by: Andrew Novick A Brief History of the MAOIs The enzyme monoamine oxidase (MAO) is responsible for the destruction of various monoamine neurotransmitters including serotonin, noradrenaline, and dopamine. As humans age, levels of monoamine oxidase increase, reducing the availability of neurotransmitters and theoretically increasing the risk of disorders such as depression and Parkinson’s disease (10). Drugs […]

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