I have a question regarding overall protein needs while using MAG-10. If MAG-10 is much more efficient and efficacious at increasing protein synthesis than other proteins, wouldn’t it stand to reason that if a person used 3 or 4 servings/day that they could, at least somewhat, reduce their overall protein intake? I realize that protein is used for many processes in the body, but at least part of the idea behind our increased intake of protein is to stimulate protein synthesis–as well as provide the materials to repair structural damage to muscle, etc. If MAG-10 is more efficient at provoking increases in protein synthesis, then some of the “inefficiency” of regular protein can be reduced–right?
I get ~ 1g. protein/lb. body weight, I just think at 230lbs. I don’t need 350g. protein–not without anabolics. So, would using 3-4 servings/day of MAG-10 allow me to drop that overall figure of 230g. any?
The reason I ask is that I’m just not a huge eater. Some days I don’t feel like eating much meat, and rely mostly on protein powders–e.g., MAG-10, whey, Anaconda/Plazma–and alternate protein sources like yogurt, cottage cheese, eggs ,etc. to fulfill most of my needs. So, the ability to reduce my overall protein needs could come in handy–especially since I’m using Indigo and could fill the extra calories with more quality carbs.