IGF-1 and myoblasts question?

  1. IGF-1 and myoblasts question?


    Is there any reason to run a negative calorie diet with IGF-1 LR 3? Wont this affect the myoblasts in a negative way? I have the understanding that the myoblasts need to be in a rich and nutrient dense environment, and without this they will be unable to develop and mature. It has been proposed to me to run it in a negative calorie deficit in a recomp cycle. That doesnt make sense to me, wouldnt the myoblasts basically be unusable (unable to mature after the diet) ?


    All info appreciated


  2. IGF-1 has lipolytic properties. You'll recomp without a caloric deficit. While in a caloric deficit, however, IGF will greatly assist in keeping muscle tissue at the expense of adipose tissue.
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  3. Thank you for the response. Wondering though, if those new myoblasts would survive through a calorie deficit?

  4. Keep it simple and don't over think this. Alternate between periods of caloric deficit and caloric surplus, specifically protein....

  5. Lol I'm just trying to prove a point to a friend that's running the cal deficit with igf, I m just not sure he will benifit later from the igf. His plan is to do this recomp, then later aas. Which is all legit except i m not sure how the myoblasts will develop into a mature cell that can grow if it doesn't have the nutritional support now.
  

  
 

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