Many people spend hours on end each week trying to build muscle for optimal physical health. Some even go to lengths like taking drugs for bulkier biceps, but a new study that was conducted at North Carolina State University reveals that there are effective, non-medicinal ways to encourage muscle growth.
In a trial on rats, a team of scientists showed that a compound found in mustard greens and other related vegetables, known as homobrassinolide, may encourage protein synthesis while preventing muscle loss.
"We hope that one day brassinosteroids may provide an effective, natural and safe alternative for age- and disease-associated muscle loss, or be used to improve endurance and physical performance," said researcher Slavko Komarnytsky, Ph.D.
When creating life dreams, people should think about ways to achieve them that are healthy for the body, mind and spirit. Shortcuts, such as anabolic steroids, are often unhealthy in a number of ways. Moreover, they often do not lead to success.
Say to yourself, "I am worth my goal in life dreams!"