"Stimulation with d-aspartic acid increases cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP) in the receiving nerves. cAMP is a cell-regulating compound, probably the most important one. It plays an important role in the cellular reaction on hormones. Which benefits does increased cAMP have for your body? Among others reactions it increases the force of contraction of the heart muscle, helps the arteries and other smooth muscles to relax, increases the secretion of insulin and increased lipolysis (fat destruction). In other words increased cAMP makes your workouts easier and helps you to burn fat."
Lol.. i know what DAA does with cAMP, but with the Steroidogenic acute regulatory protein (or stAR) is new to me, and that was what i was looking for but now i found it and im reading, reading, reading!Thanks for posting though!
lol well I didn't so I thought I'd share
I feel ya. Human body is a machine like none other.