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Creatine Monohydrate | Creatine Blog - Part 2

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Creatine builds strong bones… part 1

Based on this study the effect of creatine supplementation on osteoporosis is women merits examination in future studies.

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Setting the Stage for Maximal Muscle Anabolics

Three conditions must be met in order to establish the best metabolic conditions for muscle anabolism: 1) an exercise stimulus is required to incite muscle’s biosynthetic machinery into action; 2) proper nutrition is needed to provide the proper substrates for growth and; 3) adequate rest is required so that muscle’s biosynthetic machinery can work at [...]

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Muscle Volumizing = Muscle Anabolism

It has been known for quite some time that cell swelling provokes a biosynthetic response. That is, giving cells an agent that makes them take up water from their surroundings (to the point where they actually inflate with water) also causes them to increase their production of new proteins as well as to retard the [...]

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Insights Into Creatine Anabolics

Anabolism: The set of metabolic pathways that construct molecules from smaller units (Wikipedia).
Let me expand this rather abstract definition of anabolism to better suit our purposes.
With reference to muscle development, anabolism is the combined set of cellular and hormonal circumstances that cause muscle growth to out weigh muscle breakdown following exercise.
With reference to creatine supplementation, [...]

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