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  • noun

Synonyms for creatine

an amino acid that does not occur in proteins but is found in the muscle tissue of vertebrates both in the free form and as phosphocreatine

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The report also provides information about the uses, dosage, and potential side effects of creatine and BCAAs and explains differences among forms of these ingredients, such as creatine monohydrate, creatine AKG, dicreatine malate, and KreAlkalyn.
1,2) In fact, creatine is now being hailed by experts as "a starting-point for a novel means of delaying neurodegenerative disease, and/or for strengthening memory function and intellectual capabilities.
Creatine isn't illegal but some heavy users report violent moodswings.
Additionally, it is a well known fact that creatine helps to build muscle by regulating the ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) and ADP (Adenosine Diphosphate) ratio during workouts so it is definitely something to be considered by persons who are into body building and fitness.
Pigs received either 20 grams of creatine or no treatment from day 110 of pregnancy until they gave birth.
To demonstrate CEST's ability to detect heart disease, the researchers applied the creatine CEST method in an MRI scanner, in healthy and infarcted myocardium (muscle tissue in heart) in large animals.
Findings have also demonstrated that use of creatine and ginseng supplements could enhance ability and power of the middle-aged and elderly [7].
In order to avoid detection of the supplement, the experimental supplement consisted of a mixture of creatine monohydrate (20g) and a carbohydrate supplement (20g) in order to blend consistency and taste.
Intake of Creatine powder leads to reduction in muscle fatigue, which means improved work capacity and you can lift heavy weights for longer periods.
Once we got the creatine out, I was able to ride much better," said Millsaps, who turns 22 Monday.
The liver and kidneys make about two grams of creatine every day from three amino acids (glycine, methionine, and arginine) that are in the protein we eat.
Two endogenous markers, creatine and N-acetyl-[beta]-D- glucosaminidase (NAG), were selected for study in the pigeon (Columba livia).
Creatine is the energy enhancing component that increases strength and flexibility in muscle fiber.
assemble seven chapters that examine the effects of creatine supplementation on health and sports performance, dispelling myths and arguing that it is safe, and describing its potential application to neuromuscular diseases and maintaining brain function.
Creapure, a creatine monohydrate supplement, is produced by Alzchem Trostberg (Germany) in its modern GMP facility under such stringent conditions that the manufacturing process delivers a product that has an exceptionally high (minimum 99.