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    anti catabolic


    which foods are best for keeping your body in an anti catabolic state.

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    The correct term for "anti catobolic" is anobolic. And there is no food that is better than another for this, it doesnt matter, as long as your eating a surplus of calories your body wont enter a catobolic state. But having said that eating a good combination of protein carbs and fats about 500 cals above your maintainence level will keep you growing.
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    I think you mean *anabolic, Timmo. Timmo is right though if you have enough calories for your body to use for energy it wont be using its own tissues as fuel so much. Depending on your activities
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    lol, good eye on the typo. I think catabolism is also an over rated concern, as long as your eating the prescribed every two to three hours you dont have to worry about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmo View Post
    lol, good eye on the typo. I think catabolism is also an over rated concern, as long as your eating the prescribed every two to three hours you dont have to worry about it.
    man thats a relief cause thats my main stress thanks for the help
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmo View Post
    The correct term for "anti catobolic" is anobolic...
    Could you explain this? I do not know why you imply "anti-catabolic" is not a correct and full-fledged term on its own.
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    You are right in that it is a term on its own, but it didnt make sense in the context of his question. When talking about what 'state' your body is in, its either catabolic or anabolic. I think 'anti catabolic' is a term more suited when talking about supplement properties and other things like that, Like 'bcaa's have an anti catabolic affect taken during the workout", something like that. Trivial I know.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by fame126 View Post
    man thats a relief cause thats my main stress thanks for the help
    You could also get some Amino Acids like Purple WRAATH or Xtend, and throw a few scoops into a water bottle (i use a funnel) and carry it around and sip on it all day. That will help you to remain anabolic if food is scarce.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmo View Post
    You are right in that it is a term on its own, but it didnt make sense in the context of his question. When talking about what 'state' your body is in, its either catabolic or anabolic. I think 'anti catabolic' is a term more suited when talking about supplement properties and other things like that, Like 'bcaa's have an anti catabolic affect taken during the workout", something like that. Trivial I know.....
    I think your body could also be in an anti-catabolic state, without necessarily being in an anabolic state. Preventing the breakdown of (existing) muscle tissue (anti-catabolism), per se, can happen, even if new muscle tissue is not produced. And, because muscle tissue is not broken down in an anti-catabolic state, catabolism does not occur (by definition). So, anti-catabolism can be a physiological state on its own.
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    To the OP; this is moved to the appropriate forum.
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