Max Muscle’s Max Gourmet Protein

February 24, 2009

Max Muscle’s best high protein low carb solution is Max Gourmet.

Max Gourmet is designed to make you feel full and satisifed with it’s creamy smooth goodness while delivering you low calories. Max Gourmet is high in protein, low in carbs and delivers a proper amount of heart healthy essential fatty acids. The addition of IgG immune improving antibodies from Colostrum will keep you healthy. Creatine inside Max Gourmet will increase your anabolic response toward weight training. The essential fatty acids inside Max Gourmet will decrease inflammation while increasing recovery from your workouts.

Max Gourmet is the perfect choice for your meal replacement needs providing added recovery for your workouts.

1. best high protein low carb solution
2. makes you feel full and satisifed
3. high in protein, low in carbs
4. keep you healthy
5. perfect choice for your meal replacement

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Creatine: Even More Anabolic than You Thought

July 18, 2008

Using supplemental Creatine increases the amount of IGF-1 (Insulin Growth Like Factor 1) inside muscles. IGF-1 is a catalyst for Insulin and is produced by Growth Hormone. IGF-1 stimulates cell growth and lengthens cell life. IGF-1 can protect against cell and DNA damage by way of an enzyme family called AKT. AKT builds muscle and slows down cell death. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akt

Creatine increases Growth Hormone production. Acute creatine loading enhances human growth hormone secretion.

Growth Hormone increases the amount of IGF-1. Correlations of growth hormone (GH) and insulin-like growth factor I (IGF-I): effects of exercise and abuse by athletes.

Effect of Creatine Supplementation and Resistance-Exercise Training on Muscle Insulin-Like Growth Factor in Young Adults
IJSNEM, 18(4), August 2008,
http://www.humankinetics.com/IJSNEM/viewarticle.cfm?jid=t746qp3Yq234bLK6z366yvx4v683v3tUk843w2kzh232nT73e&aid=16023&site=t746qp3Yq234bLK6z366yvx4v683v3tUk843w2kzh232nT73e

“These findings indicate that creatine supplementation during resistance-exercise training increases intramuscular IGF-I concentration in healthy men and women, independent of habitual dietary routine.”