London: Working out in a gym to look toned and muscle-bound could be a thing of past, as scientists in Australia have found that blocking a protein can promote muscle growth - without any exercise involved.By blocking the function of Grb10 - nicknamed the ‘Hulk’ protein - while mice were in the womb, they were considerably stronger and more muscular at birth than normal mice, the researchers said.The study, published in the September issue of the respected FASEB Journal, has important implications for a wide range of conditions such as muscular dystrophy, Type 2 diabetes, and problems produced by muscle inflammation, the Daily Mail reported.Grb10 seems to have a significant role in promoting muscle growth without any change in activity, diet, or adverse health effects, according to researchers.
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