Hard Gainers Build Muscle Faster Using Prolab N-LargeWritten by John Doetsch
Prolab N-Large II is an intense mass gaining formula with whey protein and fat as an energy source. It delivers more calories and protein compared to most other weight-gain formulas. Prolab puts importance on quantity of protein per serving since it is only nutrient established to aid in promoting muscle mass. Prolab’s manufacturers have avoided overloading it with carbohydrates. It is only loaded with right amount to help stimulate your workouts, replenish depleted glycogen stores, and will not cause drowsiness.
During workouts, protein levels are exhausted. This affects protein and amino acids which are both indispensable in rebuilding of muscle. In times like this, you will need something to increase both hormonal and cellular response. This is where Prolab N-Large II comes in. Prolab N-Large II builds muscle, reduces muscle deterioration, and boosts stamina.
Studies have proved that immense amount of carbohydrates increases levels of serotonin across brain barrier thus inducing drowsiness. Fat, on other hand, is a highly concentrated energy source which supplies body with fat soluble vitamins such as A, D, E, and K. Fat is also a necessary component of cell membranes, digestive secretions, nerve layers, and hormonal production. A diet low in fats weakens growth possibilities. This is reason why Prolab N-Large II has been formulated with right amount of vital dietary fat.
I skip meals, why aren't I losing weight?Written by Sheridan Woodcroft
Copyright 2005 Sheridan Woodcroft
A big mistake that lots of people make is skipping meals. They think they are not eating much so they should be losing weight. Wrong!
Your body was designed with idea that you have to expend energy in order to get food. If you think back a hundred or more years ago, if you wanted to eat something you had to either go hunting everyday or grow your own food. And that’s a lot of work – that’s a lot of physical activity. And even though we no longer have to do this, it doesn’t change fact that our bodies are still designed this way. So when you skip a meal, your body actually thinks that you’re out in wild and, for whatever reason, food is hard to come by. This is a built in survival mechanism that all of us have – it’s built in. So when your body thinks food is hard to find, it does two things to protect you from starving. First it slows your metabolism causing your body to slow down and burn less fat. Second meal you eat after you skip a meal will be converted almost entirely to fat and stored - to protect you from starving. So if you skip breakfast, almost all of what you eat for lunch is converted to fat. We think we’re taking in less food but in reality were causing our bodies to store fat.