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    http://m.jn.nutrition.org/content/128/5/848.short


    So hydroxypropyl starch vs hydroxypropyl diphosphate starch on protein absorption and blood parameters.

    Looks to me but I may be reading wrong, I don't have full text. That HPS is better than HDP
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    Also found a hydroxypropyl glycerol

    Hmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Synapsin View Post
    What are you asking?
    What's the better starch for post workout

    How will it effect water retention In the muscle cell

    Work similar to vitargo at drawing things Into the muscle?

    Does it draw any water from inbetween te skin and muscle cells?
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    This seems to be over thinking things slightly. Full text is at the bottom of the page FYI.

    What exactly are your thoughts on what makes a 'good starch' post workout? What are you looking for it to do exactly? Rapid glycogen replacement is not needed if you only train once per day and more-over, utilizing a 2:1 mixture of glucose and fructose would, imo, provide the best option. This is largely due to the rate of uptake in the gut being a major limiter of glycogen replenishment which can be 'overcome' by utilizing 2 CHO transports (SGLT1 and Glut5).

    I can't dig for the studies that Vitargo are based upon, but I would love to read them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    This seems to be over thinking things slightly. Full text is at the bottom of the page FYI.

    What exactly are your thoughts on what makes a 'good starch' post workout? What are you looking for it to do exactly? Rapid glycogen replacement is not needed if you only train once per day and more-over, utilizing a 50/50 mixture of glucose and fructose would, imo, provide the best option. This is largely due to the rate of uptake in the gut being a major limiter of glycogen replenishment which can be 'overcome' by utilizing 2 CHO transports (SGLT1 and Glut5).

    I can't dig for the studies that Vitargo are based upon, but I would love to read them.
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    Carbing up for contests.

    Looking at osmality. Drawing water into muscle and keeping hydrated with minimal water and use of diuretics

    Since:
    1: diuretics drain electrolytes from blood. Then muscle then from under the skin

    That can take a ton of diuretics causing hypotension and cramping and just overal unsafe coupled with a hypo caloric low carbohydrate diet

    Trying to figure out the safest way to create the dryest look based on the new carb sources available without cutting water and using to many diuretics herbal or not
  

  
 

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