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If you are looking for a tool to boost muscle mass quickly, use a simple diet and exercise combo to do so effectively. You don't have to delve into some rocket science approach – there is a very basic way you can make it happen.
The dietary tool is to add 24 ounces of whole milk a day above and beyond what you are currently taking. The training tool is to cut back some of your isolation movements and center your training on your back and thighs. That means squats, deadlifts, and rowing. And for good measure, add in one explosive movement, such as the power clean. This mix of elements will rapidly build muscle and you will see some nice muscle gains.
Why milk for fast muscle gain? Due to the type of amino acid balance they have, animal proteins are more favorable for boosting insulin release than are vegetable proteins. That translates into more grow for the muscles. Animal protein is best for sparking natural insulin release in the body.
And of all the animal proteins available for boosting this insulin release, milk is at the best by far. It is better than both eggs and meat. One study noted: A high animal protein intake results in higher serum branched chain amino acids (BCAA; leucine, isoleucine and valine) concentrations, which are suggested to stimulate insulin secretion. Furthermore, milk possesses some postprandial insulinotrophic effect that is not related to its carbohydrate content (European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, March 2005).
Milk is starting to become known for its strong post workout recovery capabilities, and it is also an insulin release factor as well. If you want to build bigger muscles, milk turns on the powerful insulin hormonal response better than anything else. Your best dietary tool for a natural anabolic response is milk.
What about getting fat from whole milk? Nothing to worry about there. The journal Cell Metabolism (June 2012) featured an article in which researchers revealed that they had discovered a new vitamin-like molecule in milk. The newly discovered substance in milk has been named nicotinamide riboside. Nicotinamide riboside is a substance that burns fat and prevents obesity.
So team up that extra milk intake with a targeting of the body's big muscles (thighs and back) and you will start to grow like crazy. It is a simple equation that works wonders.
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