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Home > Creatine
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Creatine is found in muscle and nerve cells, but not all living beings. It has a structure similar to amino acids, so we can consider it as a derivative of these so it is not essential. The organimos synthesizes naturally from other amino acids (glycine, methionine and arginine) and can be found mainly in meat products.

Often it used in sports requiring intensive as it is transported through the muscles blood and stored in skeletal muscle.

Creatine works to regenerate ATP, a molecule by which energy is obtained in efforts few seconds, since this is limited bioavailability, creatine is responsible for regenerating and prolonging efforts. Add that ATP is a molecule oxygen consumed without need and without generating lactic acid in our muscles.

As for the amount required by our body is difficult to determine for each person who requires, but if there is a loading phase, which is usually around five or six days, other maintenance not more than two months and another similar break the maintenance and usually reaches its maximum concentration at two hours of sampling.

The most common way to find creatine monohydrate is a 88% creatine and 12% water and is usually the most economical

Creatine features:

90% of alamacena creatine in muscle, also is important in the use of the brain and is demonstrated improvement in cognitive ability,

It increases the mood in cases of mental fatigue from lack of sleep and depression symptoms.

It helps prevent muscle loss in older men and women

Finally, remember that no plant food has creatine, so vegetarians have lower levels, and they supplementation improves physical and cognitive performance rather than omnivores.

Creatine is a molecule that is present present in our body naturally. It is synthesized from several amino acids, which are components of proteins, so creatine has protein origin. We also get creatine from foods of animal origin, mainly fish.

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