The anabolic/anti-catabolic effect is directly related to the increase in cAMP accumulation in skeletal muscle.
This increase in cAMP may alter myogenic differentiation as well as inhibit proteolysis. Though, there are likely many other mechanisms which contribute which have yet to be elucidated.
There’s really still a great deal yet to be discovered, but that goes for just about any compound. We still haven’t identified every mechanism through which aspirin works! More and more is being discovered as time progresses.
Anyhow, I was surprised that pharmaceutical companies hadn’t been exploring this area as much…but as soon as said that, the pharmaceutical division of a consumer product GIANT is already seeing promising results in preclinical studies with a selective PDE inhibitor.
Hope that helps.
I’ve read pages and pages of Carbolin 19 threads and still can’t come up with an answer to this question:
“What exactly does Carbolin 19 do to the body that makes it anabolic?”
I understand why I take Surge. It’s easy to understand the science behind it.
I haven’t seen an easy to understand explanation of what makes Carbolin 19 an anabolic agent (other than the slight increase in T-levels which aren’t its main attraction)
So…without getting jumped on about how “Dude, you didn’t see this on page 24 of the product page?” I was hoping someone could explain it to me.
Thanks in advance,