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NO – to nutrition supplements and YES – to healty food

No food supplement can make initially incorrect workout efficient. That’s why the majority of highly advertised food supplements are simply useless. If your combination of training, natural food and rest is unsuccessful don’t believe that any food supplement can improve it. Most probably, the problem is that you either train, or eat or rest improperly. Find the reason of your failure and get rid of it; only then you’ll be able to ‘grow’ and only then it will be reasonable to experiment with food supplements.

A lot of beginners firmly believe that their muscles start growing as soon as they start taking one or another food supplement. When they don’t see any growth they direct all their enthusiasm not to organization of correct trainings and nutrition but to experiments with another ‘miracle’. They simply don’t understand that any food supplement is useless without considered training, balanced nutrition and full-fledged rest.

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Creatine Monohydrate

Creatine monohydrate (methylguanidine-acetic acid): is a substance produced by our organism with the aim of energy potential replenishment. It’s synthesized from arginine and glycine in the liver, pancreatic gland and kidneys. We can find get it from meat and fish.

Creatine monohydrate replenishes muscle energy supply (ATP)

ATP is a molecule that carries a charge of energy. This energy is released in our muscles due to the fact that one ATP molecule loses one phosphate. As soon as all ATP molecules are used phosphokreatine takes its effect: it gives out its phosphates to ADP molecules and by doing this phosphokreatine charges them with energy and turns them back into ATP molecules.

Recent researches showed that the more muscle creatine is stored in cells the more the ATP molecule recovery speed is and, consequently, the higher muscle energy potential is.

Creatine monohydrate speeds up the process of protein synthesis and increases our body weight

It’s known that Creatine monohydrate intensifies protein synthesis in muscular cells (due to additional water inflow) making them stronger and increasing their volume. In the result of this, muscles become ‘superhydrated’ and it causes increased synthesis of protein and glycogen and reduces the probability of protein damaging.

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