Creatine of 100% (Germany)
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Creatine is an amino acid which was for the first time described in 1835, and in 1993 it was presented how a potential ergogenik in the form of monohydrate creatine medicine. Creatine is synthesized from an arginin, glycine and methionine in a liver, a pancreas and kidneys, and also contains in meat, fish and other animal products. The half a kilogram of fresh, crude beef contains about 2 grams of creatine. Its daily receipt with usual food makes about one gram. The organism of the man which weight makes 70 kilograms contains about 120 grams of creatine which 95% are in skeletal muscles in the form of free creatine and phosphocreatine (60% — phosphocreatine, and the remained 35% — free creatine).
It is considered that medicines of creatine improve effect of phosphocreatine in cells of skeletal muscles, and it favorably influences ability of muscles to work. First, the bigger amount of phosphocreatine provides more bystry restoration of adenosine of triphosphate which serves as the supplier of energy during the short-term work with big intensity. Secondly, phosphocreatine detains cellular hydrogene ions which are responsible for production of lactic acid and, therefore, for fatigue in operating time. Thus, use of creatine can give ergogenny effect, increasing force of muscular contractions and prolonging anaerobic work.