Originally Posted by zmirvin
Thanks, BigPecsPeter. You may be right. It may be carefully worded for a certain reason, but I am just curious to learn why he would say, "The increased
oxidation of AAs is thought to play a role in the overall “anabolic drive” of the body and may have benefits in terms of increasing muscle mass" AND "As well, while excess amino acids may simple be oxidized off, there is evidence that
increased AA oxidation is involved in the overall “anabolic drive” of the body."
I know this may not seem like a real important concept, but I like to learn
First time I read the book(a couple of years ago) didn't pay attention to the anabolic drive reference. I also find it interesting, maybe lyle can let us know what he meant by that.