Clayton's Health Facts: Myostatin Blocker.

Clayton South, SPN (ISSA), is a recognized expert in the bodybuilding / fitness industry with over 150 bodybuilding, fitness and nutrition publications to his credit.
Myostatin is a protein that regulates how much muscle mass is produced. If the gene that encodes myostatin is hindered, mutated, or blocked, studies show more muscle mass is developed.

Studies done on mice show that when their gene was "knocked out," they developed two to three times more muscle than mice that had the gene still intact. One researcher said they "look like Schwarzenegger mice!"

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In recent studies conducted, new protein interactions inhibiting myostatin that lead to double muscling, and the induction of hypermuscularity with myostatin antibodies, have been reported.

These studies suggest that proteins and drugs that interfere with myostatin may be helpful for the therapy of wasting and degenerative muscle disease. There are also some promising effects for myostatins role in the regulation of fat metabolism and of heart and muscle regeneration after injury.

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Click here to read an article about the "Super-Boy" in Germany. DNA tests show that his myostatin gene has mutated. He is not yet 5-years-old, but he can hold seven pound weights with his arms extended!

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