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Subject: RE: Fish muscle is 75-90% fast-twitch fibers. Will it improve my speed if eaten?
Someone unfamiliar with statistics or the scientific method might say "I can't currently prove you wrong, so until then, it has to be right."
in the event that youre asking a real question, no it does not seem like it would help you. when you ingest muscle tissue in the form of MEAT (dont know why some vegetarians think fish is not "meat"...) your digestive system breaks down the tissue into its most basic components, carbohydrates (not much), fats (some, esp in fish), and proteins (in all meat). the fats, IIRC, are broken down into fatty acids or lipids (dont remember the terminology) and the proteins are broken down into their basic building blocks, amino acids. when your body uses these amino acids to build its own proteins based on the DNA expression in your muscle cells, it doesnt matter where the amino acids came from, because they are no longer specific proteins used by the fish, just plain old amino acids. i dont think there is even a significant difference in the protein composition of fast and slow twitch fibers, but im not a physiologist. i guess you could call me an armchair physiologist.
its like if i gave you a stapler to staple some white papers together. if i used to use that stapler to staple all green paper, its not going to turn your papers green, its just going to staple them.
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