Advanced Science - Page 8 of 10 - Mind And Muscle

by: Andrew Novick Evidence in animals (1) and Alzheimer’s patients (2) suggests that androgens possess cognitive enhancing properties. However, very few studies have investigated the role of testosterone on cognition in healthy individuals. The difficulty in assessing these effects is probably rooted in the idea that testosterone is a “social hormone,” influencing behavior only when status […]

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The Language of Cells – Part III by: Wen Zhang The first article in this series introduced two general classes of signaling molecules- hormones that bind to receptors on the surface membrane of cells (i.e. insulin, a “web” type signaling molecule), versus those that bind to intracellular or intranuclear receptors (i.e. steroid hormones, a “direct” signaling […]

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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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The Science of Human Energy Expenditure – Part I by: Billy Carpenter The measurement of energy expenditure in humans dates back to the early 1900’s when Atwater developed and implemented the first human calorimeter (Atwater and Benedict, 1903). During the 90 years since this discovery it has been clearly established that both direct calorimetry and indirect […]

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Glucagon-like Peptide-1 & Exendin by: Suleiman Al-Sabah Glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) is an endogenous peptide secreted into the blood stream by intestinal L cells. It is the most potent glucose incretin yet discovered. That is, it potentiates insulin secretion by pancreatic â-cells in a glucose-dependant manner (Kieffer & Habener, 1999). What is an Incretin? The incretin concept […]

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