For over 20 years now, creatine has been helping us get stronger, bigger, and recover faster. Creatine monohydrate is the undisputed king of nutritional supplementation for athletic performance. Scores of research studies from all corners of the globe have been published and they collectively tell us that creatine works (Kreider ...
With nearly 2 decades of solid research, most athletes are well versed in the performance benefits of
creatine supplementation. But there is more to the story. Emerging research has revealed some new and exciting outcomes linked to creatine supplementation. Hereâ€™s a recap of novel findings from new studies showing benefits ...
Quality is a trait that cannot always be immediately observed. For instance, a glass of crystal-clear water at a restaurant that looks pure can have a number of impurities that may compromise your health if taken over an extended period of time. The same applies to
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Creatine ethyl esters (CEE) are a popular form of creatine marketed to have several advantages over creatine monohydrate and other forms of creatine. Esters are compounds made from the combination of an alcohol and a carboxylic acid. The idea behind "esterifying" creatine is that it will change the physical properties ...
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Creatine is a nitrogenous amine. Normal daily dietary intake of
creatine from an omnivorous diet is about 1 gram. Dietary sources of creatine include meat, fish, and other animal products, but it may also be formed endogenously in the liver, kidney, and pancreas from the amino acids glycine, arginine, and ...
Ronnie Coleman's incredible physique is a product of superior genetics, long-term training, optimal nutrition and a committed attitude. Clearly, these factors cannot be replaced by the use of dietary supplements. However, scientific study has identified a number of products that offer true benefits to performance (e.g., creatine) or the achievement ...
Regular resistance exercise leads to significant skeletal muscle
hypertrophy, which can occur through an increase in protein synthesis,
a decrease in protein degradation, or both. While stimulus (i.e.,
exercise) is important for muscle hypertrophy, nutrient availability
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