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Creatine Ethyl Ester (CEE) Creatine ethyl ester is commonly called an “advanced creatine” and that it “increases uptake” over standard creatine monohydrate. It is funny that this is the common marketing claim because the truth is that creatine ethyl ester rapidly degrades into the metabolite creatinine in the intestines, almost completely in fact. Well, creatine monohydrate is by far the most researched and studied form, and is widely regarded as the safest and most effective kind of creatine. So the next time you’re browsing around at your local GNC looking for supplements to build muscle, consider bypassing all of that overly hyped, fancy new stuff that the salesperson is convincing you to buy. Creatine monohydrate is the most common form, and the one most scientific studies use.

Despite some of the newer creatine products to hit the market, this form remains the most used and is still the best value as the standard by which all other forms are still judged. The word creatine is derived from the Greek word for meat, and was first discovered by a French scientist by the name of Michel Chevreul in the 1800s. 5. Creatine is a naturally occurring nitrogenous organic acid found in the skeletal muscle of vertebrates.

About 95% of the creatine found in the human body is located within the skeletal muscle. Creatine is best known for its performance-enhancing effects. Even though creatine is a natural substance created in the body and it can be ingested through a number of foods, multiple kilograms of these foods would have to be consumed to get these extraordinary effects. we give you a crash course on creatine, we will also take the. What is The Best Creatine Form? A Creatine Crash Course Tigerfitness.com Creatine Ethyl Ester (CEE) Creatine ethyl ester is commonly called an “advanced creatine” and that it “increases uptake” over standard creatine monohydrate.

It is funny that this is the common marketing claim because the truth is that creatine ethyl ester rapidly. Best Creatine for women supplements for Health and Performanc.Popularized by athletes and body-builders, creatina supplements are one of the most effective means of increasing power, endurance, strength, muscle mass and improving overall health. Creatine is available in both powder and pill form. Choosing one over the other comes down to which one you find more convenient. Consult your.

When it. The Best Creatine in an Easy to Use Tablet Form Everstrong Everstrong was the creatine used in a recent study that reported increased driving distance and strength by users. People approaching middle age should take a creatine supplement to retain muscle lost to the aging process.

Everstrong is the best creatine on the market. I Think This is the Best Pure Creatine Monohydrate. I think the best pure creatine monohydrate is Optimum Nutrition Micronized Creatine Powder. Optimum Nutrition is a good company that has been around for a while, and the Optimum Nutrition creatine has the smallest grains on the market.

It also dissolves better than the other brands in my opinion.

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Creatine is one of the most popular nutritional supplements, and it has been shown to increase muscle performance in short-duration, high-intensity resistance exercises, such as weightlifting, that rely on the ATP–CP energy system.66 Creatine has been studied extensively, with more than 5,000 studies to date.

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from Nutrition
by Paul M. Insel, Don Ross, et. al.
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The optimal time to take creatine is immediately after a workout, combined with a drink with a high glycemic index (e.g., a commercial sports drink).

“Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine” by Lyle J. Micheli, M.D.
from Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine
by Lyle J. Micheli, M.D.
SAGE Publications, 2010

Creatine monohydrate is the most-studied form of creatine.

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For powdered creatine, I recommend the highly absorbable form Creapure by EXOS, and for capsules, CRE-O2 by Millennium Sports.

“Beyond Training: Mastering Endurance, Health & Life” by Ben Greenfield
from Beyond Training: Mastering Endurance, Health & Life
by Ben Greenfield
Victory Belt Publishing, 2017

There are now three major forms of creatine on the market (monohydrate, citrate, and pyruvate), and I’m sure you’re wondering which form works the best.

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by Susan Kleiner, Maggie Greenwood-Robinson
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Using a fast loading phase (4 or 5 servings of 5 g of creatine monohydrate in fluids a day for 3 or 4 days) or slow loading phase (2 servings of 5 g of creatine monohydrate a day for 30 days) can fill the muscle to capacity with creatine.

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from Science and Practice of Strength Training
by Vladimir M. Zatsiorsky, William J. Kraemer, Andrew C. Fry
Human Kinetics, 2020

For intense, short-term exercise (e.g., a 10 to 15 second sprint for a dog), stored creatine phosphate (CPO3) and ATP provide most of the energy (see Chapter 77).

“Textbook of Veterinary Physiological Chemistry” by Larry R. Engelking
from Textbook of Veterinary Physiological Chemistry
by Larry R. Engelking
Elsevier Science, 2014

The combined effects of supplementation with creatine, conjugated linoleic acid and whey protein for 5 weeks in addition to strength training resulted in a greater increase in muscle strength and lean mass compared to either creatine plus placebo or placebo alone (Cornish et al 2009).

“Herbs and Natural Supplements, Volume 2: An Evidence-Based Guide” by Lesley Braun, Marc Cohen
from Herbs and Natural Supplements, Volume 2: An Evidence-Based Guide
by Lesley Braun, Marc Cohen
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2015

Use of supplemental creatine to fuel intense, short efforts is behind sales of creatine monohydrate, the synthetic form of endogenous creatine phosphate.

“Wilderness Medicine E-Book: Expert Consult Premium Edition Enhanced Online Features” by Paul S. Auerbach
from Wilderness Medicine E-Book: Expert Consult Premium Edition Enhanced Online Features
by Paul S. Auerbach
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011

Probably the most frequently used and most researched supplement consumed by athletes Claims: Creatine may increase exercise performance in short repetitive bouts of high-intensity exercise offset by brief rest periods (30–120 seconds).

“Netter's Sports Medicine E-Book” by Christopher Madden, Margot Putukian, Eric McCarty, Craig Young
from Netter’s Sports Medicine E-Book
by Christopher Madden, Margot Putukian, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2017

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  • Just watched your video it’s very informative, thank you. I’m a subscriber. What about creatine glycerol phosphate? I was told this was better because it didn’t produce creatinine is that true?

  • Lovely but friendly advise check your sense of humor and diversity before you do some serious unnecessary stress on your innocent brain ��

  • Excellent video. Great info and you weren’t telling me only the Creatine you invented will work. I will be watching your channel often. Thank you.

  • So when you mix creatine with your shake or with a cup of water isn’t it turning it into a liquid making it bad? Am I supposed to just spoon it lol?

  • Thanks guys. I found the recommended creatine blend on ebay for pennies which is about all I had to spend on it lol. Pounds to both of you from each hand!

  • Why the fuck would you use gram per pound?! is there no small weight unit in the imperial system? Otherwise just use kilogram and you got an actual scale being 1 per 1000.

  • Your creatinine video has me thinking of all the energy drinks out with it added into it. You should go through the different ones like Bang, Monster, Monster Zero, 5-Hour Energy, Mtn Ops Ignite, Reign, ON, Redbull, NOS, Rockstar, Etc. It would be great to hear the benefits and drawbacks these products provide for the body and ways to get the same effects through nutrition and/or supplements. So many people are on-the-go for work, and I find myself run down many days needing the quick pick-me-up and fall into these traps since they are quick and easy solutions for an almost instant energy rush. Be great to hear your thoughts.

  • I want something to help my performance in training and conpeting in mma, im looking into buying creatine but not sure which form of creatine i should buy. Could you recommend which one would be best for combat sports?

  • I’ve read that those who exercise in extreme heat should not use creatine and I do hot yoga 4-6 days a week so I’ve never dared to experiment with it.

  • Water, water & more water. Try to drink a gallon a day. Very difficult as it will make you go to the bathroom a lot….I mean a lot. But you will see incredible results over time especially when taking a decent amount of protein and 5mgs of creating a day.

  • Hey…u said its formed by three amino acids which are non essential amino acids.
    1.arginine
    2.glycine
    3.methionine
    Glycine is only one that is non essential remaining two acids are essential.

    Correct me if I am wrong.thank you

  • If Creatine breaks down when suspended in water, then is it better to avoid the powders, which get mixed with water for ingestion?

  • Kre alkaline is great for your brain those with add adhd slow cognitive tempo and boxers because monohydrate needs more water so making weight is easier with kre alkaline.

  • been on creatine hydrochloride for about 1 month now. im drinkin plenty of water eating alot. from what ive noticed is that i feel stronger noticed a difference in my arms they look a little bit bigger lots of energy when lifting weights. no cons as far as i can tell. im gonna keep usin it till i hit 175lbs and then cut a bit

  • Man, creatine and shit? I got no problem with it, I am about to get me a batch but why the fuck can’t we just get shredded naturally like back in the day. Why did Spartans and fucking gladiators all get shredded and make crazy gains without any whey or creatine? 

    Some fucked up 21st century shit, everyone is weak…

  • Wow! This brings a lot of clarity to the subject of Creatine. I remember learning about the kreb cycle and ATP in my anatomy and physiology class in college. My head would be spinning. Thanks.

  •    “Green eyed lady lovely lady these two black dudes ain’t too bright. They may eat a lot of creatine; but if they don’t ball you? They ain’t right! They say that your body, ain’t got nothing to pump you; until you take; the brand they like. They get paid a lot of money to take creatine that they claim is right!” Bass-Solo: Do da da da do-da da da doda. Do da do da da Do da da do da.Do da da do da da da do-dadoda. Green eyed black dudes pumped on steroids? Pushing creatine supplements; just don’t seem right!” Green eyed black dudes pumped on steroids? Pumping iron thru the night
     Paraphrased from, “Green eyed Lady,” by the 1970s psychedelic rock band Sugarloaf. Written by band members Jerry Corbetta and Dave Riordan… But describes these two narcissistic bbut soerely and lamely ignorant muscle brains to a tee. FORE! Thunp…
    “DAMN BRUTHA! YA HIT ME IN MA BIG-ASSED greeneyed HEAD WITH THAT CLUB!!! ‘ROID RAGE AIN’T A MYTH Y’ALL. I gotta take a break and whoop on my dumb-ass bro-hand. Come here muhfugga!!!” Censored for senseless violence and racist idiocy.
    Seems like some idiocy may be contagious! If not; why not go have a nice lay-down and when you’re feeling rested try and locate your GOOD glasses. Okay, ya set? Now take another view and look real hard! Bet you won’t find Ladies anywhere in this  video… If you still see her, (or any?) get those peepers checked, okay?
    Peace, Love, Happiness & Better Vision Care for The Needy, BluzCat

  • Can a beginner take creatine monohydrate? I have not yet joined a gym but do exercises at home. Should I wait till I go to gym and later add creatine?

  • I don’t know if Mr DeLauer will actually read this but if he does, i would love to see a video on supplements, and wether they are recommended for overweight people or not. For example; would like to hear his opinion on the eternal debate on overweight people using protein supplements. Same for creatine. Some say it should be avoided until the person is closer to its ideal weight, and others say that their benefits far outweigh the cons, so it can be used from the very beginning of the excecise and diet regime. Even if you are overweight. I’ve been reading for many years and still there is no definite answer

  • Question: when to take creatine when intermittent fasting? after the meal, middle, last meal? or no difference? can it be taken during the fasting period?

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  • Don’t we have to dissolve creatine mono in water to consume it.. you said creatine becomes toxic when in contact with water.. I’m confused