Definitions

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  • adj. That produces glucose

Etymologies

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From gluco- + -genic

Examples

  • I was taking 2 grams of l-arginine (for NO), 2 grams of l-glutamine (for increased HGH production), and 4 grams of beta-alanine, all glucogenic aminos!

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  • NEAAs primarily consist of glucogenic amino acids such as glutamine and aspartate, while EAAs consist of ketogenic amino acids such as BCAAs and lysine.

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  • First, an increase in protein content via a natural diet achieves higher KAA intake but also results in simultaneously higher glucogenic amino acid intake, which is often associated with high fat intake.

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  • And glucogenic nutrients such as propionic acid and bypass starch are essential for milk yield and milk protein, said Frank Wright's John Allen.

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  • "Our Ultra range of blends has adopted the RPM system to increase supply of either glucogenic, aminogenic or ketogenic end products which allow precise control of the flow of digestion end products from the rumen."

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  • The process by which this glucose is released is gluconeogenesis, a metabolic pathway that produces free glucose from certain substrates, such as pyruvate, lactate and glucogenic amino acids.

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  • Slide 16: Resistance Responses Cortisol  Lypolysis (breakdown of fat stored in fat cells)  Glyconeogenesis (metabolic pathway that results in the generation of glucose from non-carbohydrate carbon substrates such as pyruvate, lactate, glycerol, and glucogenic amino acids)  Protein catabolism  Sensitive blood vessels  Reduce inflammation IGF  Lipolysis  Glycogenolysis (the catabolism of glycogen by cleavage of a glucose monomer through cleavage with inorganic phosphate to produce glucose-1-phosphate) TH  increased use of glucose to produce ATP

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