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Old 03-18-2014, 02:21 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
If you have enhanced protein synthesis from AAS it makes sense to eat more frequently, and more protein.

Not sure if Ian addressed this. Don't have sound on my computer where I am at. If not he left a hole in his argument the size of the sun. (or a basketball)
He did not address this. I think when you get into AAS, it changes the game regarding both training and nutrition. I do know that the body is able to synthesize protein more quickly when AAS are involved, but I do not know if using AAS causes a higher rate of catabolism when the proteins are not there. My thought is no, but that isn't really based on anything. Just a guess.
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