Questions for CME credits on
(LAP) Low Anabolic Profile Lecture
- Creatine is made up of 3 amino acids. Which of the 3 is the most anabolic?
- There is a secondary pathway on the SHAPIRO Chart(Pathway 2) that affects hair
loss called the IGF-1-IGFBP-3 Pathway. Which of the following does not
directly affect this pathway?
- Growth Hormone
- In assessing a patients Low Anabolic Profile the following questions are important?
- Do you take any work out products?
- Do you take any amino acids?
- Have you been taking any growth hormone or testosterone or their precursors?
- Have you taken these at any point in your life and for what period of time?
- All of the above
- The SHAPIRO Chart is important in evaluating a patients Anabolic Profile because
- It explains dual pathways for hair loss
- It gives you an Anabolic Index Rating to assess your patients potential hair loss
- It can determine the best overall treatment for hair loss
- It shows that lifestyle products can contribute to hairloss
- All of the above
Questions for CME credits on (EWPC)
Enhanced Whey Protein Concentrate Lecture
- Whey Protein Isolate is anabolic and raises Testosterone levels because of?
- High levels of creatine
- High percentage of BCAA- Branched Chain Amino Acids
- High levels of Arginine
- High levels of growth hormone
- Whey Protein Concentrate(34%) has which of the following properties compared to Whey Protein Isolate(WPI) (80-100%)?
- Lower percentage of Branched Chain Amino Acids
- More Anabolic than WPI
- More denatured than WPI
- Raises T levels more than WPI
- More processed than WPI
- EWPC regrows hair with a shorter dormancy period of time of 6-8 weeks after a hair transplant under all of the the following conditions except?
- Proper assessment of the patients Anabolic Index Rating
- Placing the patient on a Low Anabolic Profile(LAP)
- Proper usage and dosage of the EWPC
- Aggressive removal of the grafts during the healing phase
- EWPC with the (LAP)Low Anabolic Profile can regrow hair completely within what period of time?
- 2-4 weeks
- 6-8 weeks
- 2 -3 months
- 3-4 months
- 4-6 months