Increase Lean Muscle Tissue


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Increase Lean Muscle Tissue and weight loss is a natural occurrence once hormonal balance is re-established in your body. The proper balance of HGH promotes  promotes the uptake of amino acids in the cells and helps to enable and enhance the synthesis of new proteins, tissues, and cells that is known as anabolism.

 Increase Lean Muscle Tissue with HGH

Increased Lean Muscle Tissue is the result of the marked increase in cell size and the rate of cell division and the conservation of  nitrogen in the body.

Human growth hormone prevents the body from losing nitrogen, thereby helping to increase Lean muscle tissue or mass even while losing weight. HGH also stimulates muscle growth by directly increasing the number of muscle cells. By understanding why this hormone offers the simultaneous benefit of muscle growth and fat loss...

Value of Hormones and Increasing Lean Muscle Tissue

You will Increase Lean Muscle Tissue and loose weight and fat when you  understand the significance of hormones and their impact on your general health. Hormones are triggered inside your body by virtually every little thing you do. We will cover the most important anabolic and catabolic hormones in the physique since they contribute a significant part to  your muscle growth.

Hormones are fundamentally chemical messengers secreted by the endocrine system. It  is important that you know the tricks and techniques that influence these hormones to maximize fat loss and the increase lean muscle tissue and development. It is also  important to know how they impact your overall wellness.

I will  present this information in an uncomplicated manner and I will not present an endocrine lesson on these hormones, because there is plenty of in-depth information available. I'll be providing only the  info you might want to know only!!

Some hormones create muscle and other hormones breakdown muscle. Some hormones burn fat, and some help you gain fat.  As you can see, it is important to understand the differences so that we maximize the level of muscle developing hormones & fat loss hormones while minimizing the production of muscle breakdown hormones and fat storing hormones.

here is a list of Common Hormones:

  • Hormone#1 Insulin
  • Hormone #2: Glucagon
  • Hormone #3: IGF-1
  • Hormone #4: Cortisol
  • Hormone#5: Testosterone
  • Hormone #6: Development Hormone (GH)

Hormone#1 Insulin

Insulin is definitely a double edge sword so to speak. Insulin is released by the pancreas and can be either your best friend or worst foe. It really is great when it promotes muscle building and it sucks when it promotes fat storage. The main purpose  of insulin within the physique is to lower blood sugar levels when they get too high. When you eat any sort of food it can be broken down into its simplest form glucose (sugar) and released into your bloodstream. This release of sugar causes your blood sugar to rise above normal levels. Your pancreas then releases Insulin.

Insulin lowers blood sugar levels by putting the glucose into muscle and liver cells. Insulin then carries amino acids into the muscles promoting protein synthesis (muscle creating) and preventing protein breakdown (muscle loss). Your muscles and liver have a limited storage capacity and once they reach capacity insulin has to carry the remaining glucose somewhere else.

YOU GUESSED IT YOUR FAT CELLS!!

 INSULIN CAN ALSO LEAD TO FAT STORAGE

So as I mentioned earlier, insulin is actually a double-edged sword and you must learn to balance your insulin levels to maximize the benefits of muscle developing and to minimize the affect of fat storage.  You can control  insulin levels by controlling what you eat. Different foods can trigger higher insulin release than other people:

When eaten alone carbohydrates triggers the largest insulin release simply because they are converted directly into sugar by the body.   Carbs are the body's primary energy source and they are easily converted to sugar (glucose). 50g of carbs is equal to 50g of sugar entering the bloodstream. This sudden flow of sugar into the bloodstream causes a huge rise in blood sugar levels, which inevitably will cause a MASSIVE RELEASE OF INSULIN.

Protein- When eaten alone Protein causes a smaller insulin release than carbohydrates? Only about half of dietary protein will appear in the bloodstream as sugar. The fewer carbs you eat the additional likely the protein consumed is converted to glucose.  Your liver will convert the amino acids from protein into glucose. If adequate carbs are eaten with the protein, the body won't convert the protein into glucose. Carbs are the body?s primary energy source and it would rather use those amino acids for other purposes when adequate glucose is available.

Fats- Only a very small percentage of fat will appear within the bloodstream as glucose. Fat has almost no blood sugar increasing affect at all. When fat is digested it is actually primarily broken down into glycerol and free fatty acid chains (FFA). Your liver converts the glycerol into glucose.
There are really only a few hours inside the day where you can eat a ton of food and create an extremely powerful anabolic environment even with the presence of high insulin levels. Remember, once your liver and muscle storage capacity is full the excess food is stored inside your fat cells. So, let me ask you this what times of the day is your muscle and liver glucose storage at their lowest levels? The answer is??.at breakfast and after your workout (cardio or weights)! These are the two main times inside the day where the body will take full advantage of the anabolic effects of high insulin with a slimmest possibility of fat storage.

Hormone #2: Glucagon
Glucagon is actually a hormone that has a function that is parallel to insulin. Again, Insulin?s function is to lower blood sugar levels and glucagon role is to raise low blood sugar levels. Glucagon released from the pancreas comes to the save you when your blood sugar levels are low. Like insulin, glucagon can be your best friend or your worst foe. Insulin promotes muscle creating and fat storage, whilst glucagon promotes muscle break?down and fat burning. If blood sugar levels are too low (if you have not eaten for additional than 3-4 hours) it mobilizes stored glycogen from the liver and releases glucose for energy. It then begins to help release stored fat into the bloodstream also to be used for energy. However, for very low blood sugar levels such as when you have not eaten for 4-5 hours (during sleep) glucagon plays a function in the breakdown of hard gained muscle for fuel. During fat loss diets, el?evated glucagon levels are essential simply because it causes the burning of stored fat for fuel.
Hormone #3: IGF-1
IGF-1 isn't a top-secret chemical, nor is it a dangerous steroid. IGF1 is basically a natural molecular structure similar to insulin. IGF-1 is the abbreviation for Insulin-Like Development Factor 1. IGF-1 or Insulin-like Development Factor 1 plays a vital role in childhood development and stimulates anabolic effects (muscle developing) in adults.
There are 70 inter-connected amino acids that make up a single chain of IGF-1. IGF-1 is really a hormone that is produced when the liver is stimulated by human development hormone. When levels of HGH rise in the blood, the liver responds by producing additional IGF-1. These higher "bursts" spur development and regeneration by the body's cells, especially in muscle cells. Increases in IGF-1 levels have shown positive effects on increases in muscle strength, size, and efficiency. When you do not have enough IGF-1 within your physique, whether caused by disease, malnutrition or a hormone imbalance, your growth can be stunted.
The primary purpose of IGF-1 is to stimulate cell development. Every cell within the human body can be affected by IGF-1, but cells in muscle, cartilage, bone, liver, kidney, skin tissue, lungs, and nerves tend to be most positively affected.
Several scientific tests have been conducted to determine the benefits of IGF-1 and thus have prompted companies to seek approval from the Federal Drug and Administration for substances that can boost the body's IGF-1 levels. IGF-1 can also stimulate a decrease in physique fat, an boost in lean muscle mass, improved skin tone and restful sleep. IGF-1 has also been documented to improve the rate and extent of muscle repair after injuries or strains. Not only do muscles recover additional quickly, they also tend to return stronger and healthier than ever when levels of IGF-1 inside the bloodstream are at their highest.
Many believe that (IGF-1) is the key factor in muscle growth. It can be released from the liver during times of high insulin and high GH (development hormone) levels. I'll repeat, to stimulate the production if IGF-1, GH levels and insulin must be high simultaneously. This is the problematic part simply because when insulin levels are high, GH is normally kept low.
This is another reason why insulin levels must be consistently controlled. Insulin levels must be raised at specific times to promote enhanced development and IGF-1 production. For example, to make IGF-1 work for you after a hard workout of 45 minutes your GH levels will likely be very high so If you then eat a high carb/high protein meal, you will bring about a rise in insulin levels, which will result in the release of IGF-1.
IGF-1 is not released during times of low insulin levels. Low insulin and low IGF-1 levels are the primary reasons it can be difficult to gain muscle on low-carb diets. It should be noted to that low pro?tein intake also causes a decrease in IGF-1 levels.
Hormone #4: Cortisol
Cortisol is probably the most catabolic hormone in your physique and is released at times of mental and physical stress. It's involved inside the breakdown of muscle for energy and encourages the storage of fat. Cortisol converts amino acids to carbohydrates and prevents protein synthesis (muscle constructing).
In fact Cortisol may be the very reason why your muscle developing efforts have failed thus far!!
FOLLOW THESE TIPS TO MINIMIZE CORTISOL LEVELS Inside your Physique:

Get at least 8 hours of sleep a night. The body needs sufficient rest or cortisol levels will elevate.
Maintain your workouts to a 45 minute max excluding warm-up time. Working out longer than this will lead to Cortisol levels inside the body to skyrocket!! I SUGGEST KEEPING YOUR WORKOUTS TO 30 MINUTES!!
High set workouts with short rest periods and training too frequently will drive up cortisol levels. Training more than two days in a row, especially if you are a hard gainer, increases cortisol levels considerably. Also, it?s a good idea to take a week off from all types of training every couple of months?..long periods of training without recovery weeks can drive up levels of cortisol inside the body.
Decrease levels of personal, mental and physical stress. LEARN how to deal with daily stress. Learn the way to preserve your problems in perspective and FOR EVERY STRESSFUL EVENT THAT OCCURS TO YOU A PARTICULAR DAY TREAT YOURSELF TO A TIME OF RELAXATION. Stressing yourself out has shown to enhance cortisol levels and inhibit muscle development.
Severe caloric restriction has been shown to raise cortisol levels. This is why extreme dieting and cutting phases where your calories are limited drastically for longer than 3 days results in a increase of cortisol. This is the main reason for muscle tissue loss during periods of dieting.
A diet lacking essential micro-nutrients and macro nutrients may boost cortisol lev?els. Take a high quality multivitamin supplement to keep down cortisol levels.
Cortisol levels have been shown to enhance as we age. I suppose this is why a younger person can work out harder and longer in the weight room. Therefore I suggest whether you are 60 or 25 keep your workouts max 45 minutes but stay around the 30 minute mark!!

Hormone#5: Testosterone
Probably one of the most well known hormone its primary part is muscle growth. It also helps to burn fat and establish your sexual identity. Testosterone causes muscle growth by directly stimulating protein synthesis. Women also produce testosterone but in significantly smaller amounts than men do which explains why men are naturally a lot more muscular.
Fortunately, to some extent, testosterone levels can be controlled by the our diet and exercise levels.
In order to support optimal testosterone levels your diet must be balanced and consist of plenty amounts of the B vitamins, vitamin C, zinc and manganese. When trying to gain muscle mass, a high-fat intake is necessary to stimulate maximum testosterone production. The fat provides cholesterol, which is needed for testosterone synthesis.
Heavy resistance training and short rest periods stimulate the production of higher than normal testosterone levels.
Tips to naturally raise Testosterone levels

The higher your stress level the lower your T.
Intense training causes an increase in T but then it will drop. T will stay low for a day or two before rising again which is another reason for hard gainers to train every second day.
Alcohol decreases T?? I know its sucks!!
Diets high in protein, cholesterol, fat, and saturated fat will improve T.
Sex, masturbation and erotic stimuli will lead to an improve in T.
Painkillers such as aspirin, marijuana, codeine will decrease T.

Hormone #6: Development Hormone (GH)
Development hormone promotes muscle constructing and fat loss. It works with testosterone to construct muscle. GH helps to regenerate/strengthen our bones and connective tissue crucial to support increased muscle size and strength. GH appears to affect every organ in the body, has been shown to support protein synthesis, a positive nitrogen balance, increased amino acid uptake, lipolysis (fat breakdown), stimulate cartilage growth, and enhance immune cell function.
It can be released in response to low blood sugar levels caused by dieting, exer?cise or sleep. Once released, it promotes development by increasing protein synthesis, and causing the re?lease of IGF-1. It also promotes fat burning by moving stored fat into the bloodstream to be used as energy. This is its primary function and simply because of this fat burning effect, GH reduces the quantity of protein that is used for fuel, so high GH levels will protect against muscle breakdown and loss.
How to naturally increase GH levels

Eat low glycemic carbohydrates to hold blood sugars low, especially before exercise and sleep.
Go to bed on an empty stomach. Meals heavy in carbohydrates produce insulin, which can help store fat. When insulin is being released it means no GH release.
Get a good night?s sleep on a regular basis. Large amounts of GH are released during the first 30-70 minutes of sleep and take naps when needed.
High intensity weight training increases GH levels. Even though performing your sets, maintain tension as high as you possibly can on muscles without rest to optimize GH levels.
Eat a balanced diet with frequent meals 6 times daily. This will stabilize blood sugar levels. Meals should consist of Carbs/protein/fat.
Train using compound movements, for example, squats, dead lifts and bench-press.
Reduce your intake of sugar. Excessive sugar intake can block activity of GH and stop the burning of fat for fuel.

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