Insulin Intramuscular Injection Bodybuilding

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Insulin In Bodybuilding

Insulin promotes the diffusion of glucose into the cells via the insulin receptor. Very high concentrations of insulin result in protein synthesis by the strongly stimulated muscle. Insulin is a protein secreted by the pancreas which acts on the liver to stimulate the formation of glycogen from glucose and to inhibit the conversion of non-carbohydrates into glucose. Insulin also promotes the diffusion of glucose into the cells via the insulin receptor. Very high concentrations of insulin result in protein synthesis by the strongly stimulated muscle. It does so mainly by improving the initiation of the peptide chain. These results make it incredibly useful to bodybuilders and athletes. And those factors combine to make ingested protein more efficient by promoting the transport of amino acids into muscle cells. We can clearly say that insulin is undoubtedly essential for anabolic muscle tissue. It also increases bone density. Another mechanism increasing the anabolic effect of insulin is that insulin increases the levels of IGF (Insulin in your body. No need to remind you that IGF-1 is a highly anabolic hormone. Another unexpected aspect of insulin is its ability to increase LH level Continue reading >>

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  1. julzbro

    Can a non diabetic get diabetes from using insulin? Im asking this on behalf of the bodybuilding community. There are differing opinions on this!

  2. jackie jones

    whats the payoff in abusing insulin?

  3. julzbro

    whats the payoff in abusing insulin?
    Its a hormone; what bodybuilders do is shoot some (short acting) slin straight after a workout.. then eat up big on the carbs and protien. Im fairly sure its considered highly anabolic especially when used in conjunction with AAS.

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