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Section 1. General Information
1.1: What is creatine?
Creatine (also known as alpha-methylguanidinoacetic acid) is perhaps the most popular supplement for improving athletic performance and increasing muscle mass. It also has more scientific support for its use than any other non-hor
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hrdgain81 on 04-19-2006, 06:53 AM
Hmmm, either way i dont think it would hurt to take your CEE at the same time as your omega3's.
As I re-read that I got a little confused. So this is saying that to initially pass into the blood monohydrate needs a glucose carrier, then to permeate the cell it needs a fat carrier. Is this correct?
EricT on 04-19-2006, 01:15 PM
I don't know exactly what type of transport mechanism CEE uses but it is not supposed to need a carrier of any kind and can supposedly "directly penetrate the cell" whatever that entail. We'd need a biology person to explain it.
I know this is all probably way oversimpified but I think that's it in a nutshell.
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