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Elderly | Creatine Blog

Category Archives: Elderly

These posts describe how creatine supplementation has been used successfully in scientific studies to offset some of the mental and physical ailments that plague the elderly

Simple Truths About Muscle Growth (part 4)

Last post, I explained how certain studies have suggested that creatine supplementation stimulates muscle cells to express the Insulin-like Growth Factors Type 1, IGF-1s. This is potentially a very important effect, clinically as well as athletically, as these essential anabolic factors are responsible for the development of muscle, bones, heart, and blood vessels. [...]

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Simple Truths About Muscle Growth (part 3)

Exercise stimulates muscle development and enhances athletic performance; hardly anyone would argue with this assertion. In essence, muscle tries to adapt to the extra load you are placing on it by training by increasing its capacity to perform at that new level. A type of memory, if you will. Based on recent history, muscle [...]

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Simple Truths About Muscle Growth (part 1)

I have studied muscle development for most of my life - 30 of my 52 years - and after all this time there are just a few things I can say with certainty: First, exercise stimulates muscle growth; Second, proper nutrition will make your efforts in the gym pay the greatest dividends and; Third, our [...]

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Creatine builds strong bones… part 3

Life without calcium would not be possible. Calcium is an indispensable regulator of many essential biochemical processes. The cellular behaviors regulated by calcium range from the reading of genes to produce cellular components to the activating of all forms of cellular movement, including muscle contraction. In fact, creatine makes muscle contraction more efficient by increasing the availability of calcium.

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Creatine builds strong bones… part 2

Although nowhere nearly as obviously as muscles, bones also respond to exercise with growth. As we will read today both these processes are reliant on creatine…

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