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Which is better: creatine capsules or powder?

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Which is better: creatine capsules or powder?

Creatine can be absorbed by the human body. The best way to do this is naturally through a healthy and balanced diet. Creatine is found in higher quantities, especially in meat and fish. Dairy products also contain a significant amount of creatine, while fruit and vegetables contain small amounts of creatine.

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The effect of Beta Alanine

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The effect of Beta Alanine

Beta Alanine is an important amino acid. It is the main component of carnosine. Carnosine consists of the two amino acids alanine and histadine. The availability of carnosine in the muscles of the human organism can only function if there is a sufficient supply of beta alanine. Beta Alanine is a very popular supplement in sports nutrition. In order to maintain maximum strength, beta alanine is often taken in combination with creatine.

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Creatine - important for muscle building?

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Creatine - important for muscle building?

Creatine is an endogenous substance which, together with phosphate, contributes to the energy supply of the muscles. It is needed to control muscle contractions as well as for nerve and brain function. In this blog you will learn how creatine can increase your performance during explosive strength training and what positive effects creatine has for sports and performance.

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Creatine for performance enhancement

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Creatine for performance enhancement

Creatine has been a popular substance in strength and endurance sports for many years, as creatine increases physical performance during high-speed training during short-term intensive physical activity and has many positive effects on the human body. What is creatine? Creatine is a substance that contributes to the energy supply of the muscles in the human body and is synthesized from the amino acids glycine, arginine and methionine. About half of the required creatine can be produced by the organism itself, the kidneys, liver and pancreas. The rest can be supplied through food. What functions does creatine fulfil? Creatine can the...

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