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Does Biotin in raw egg Inhibit Arachidonic Acid Absorption???

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    Does Biotin in raw egg Inhibit Arachidonic Acid Absorption???


    hey everyone, does the biotin in raw eggs inhibit the absorption of arachidonic acid?

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    Hmm I am not 100% sure about this one...
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndreAnabolic View Post
    hey everyone, does the biotin in raw eggs inhibit the absorption of arachidonic acid?
    Why are you eating raw eggs?

    I've seen some evidence that uncooked egg isn't as absorbed as cooked egg. I'll try to find some literature for ya.
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    Same here. Always cook yer eggs
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    "Some older athletic diets use to propose eating just raw eggs. This is a foolish attempt at taking in additional protein. Eating raw eggs (or raw egg whites) will only result in about 50% absorption of the available protein. That means that if you eat enough raw eggs to give you 40 grams of protein, your body will only absorb 20 grams.

    Eating just raw egg whites results in the same (or worse). Egg whites have a huge amount of a substance called "avidin," which loves biotin. As a matter of fact, once the avidin-biotin forms a bond, the body can't break it apart. So you will develop a partial or full Biotin Deficiency Syndrome. Cooking your eggs (or egg whites) will quickly denature the protein avidin and will allow you to absorb 98% of the protein. In short, always cook your eggs."

    Cook your eggs brotha
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    When is the best time to take in AA? Also how do I time it with my omega 3's? Since we are talking about absorption.
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    Quote Originally Posted by djbombsquad View Post
    When is the best time to take in AA? Also how do I time it with my omega 3's? Since we are talking about absorption.
    X Factor should be taken with a source of fat (peanut butter will do the trick) and is usually followed along two protocols:

    1-1-1-1 = each dose spread out evenly throughout the day.

    or

    1-2-1 = the double dose (2 pills) should be taken 45 min pre workout.

    With the double dose pre workout, you're likely to experience increased pumps especially towards the second bottle.
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    can I take it with lecithin and omega 3. I never got that answer when I did take xfactor while ago. Also because at the LA fitness show there is a company that sells your AA with omega 3's I forget the name of the company and they said it was totally okay to mix them together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by djbombsquad View Post
    can I take it with lecithin and omega 3. I never got that answer when I did take xfactor while ago. Also because at the LA fitness show there is a company that sells your AA with omega 3's I forget the name of the company and they said it was totally okay to mix them together.
    Everything in moderation is fine. In fact EFAs may even enhance and aid in the Ara's effectiveness.


    What company has EFAs mixed with Ara?

    Hemodraulix
    IDS Mass Caps
    Halodrol LG
    Animal Test
    ThermaPhoria


    ... Those are all the ones off the top of my head.. although I'm sure there are more.
  

  
 

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