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Natural Work out enhancing supplements in your kitchen ! University of Nebraska Medical Center : ethyl ester creatine

Posted by Legal / Medical Interpreter on 09/15/2012

work out w natural enhancement supplements like:

muscle building catalyst found in honey for pre-work out supplement (just 1 teaspoon required)

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teaspoon of baking soda (baking powder) like the arm and hammer kind…  promotes heavier rate of oxygen metabolized in blood. Helps endurance.

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50 grams of carbs (any form)

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10 grams protein

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Creatine_ethyl_ester

“CE2” redirects here. For the French elementary school grade, see Education in France.
Creatine ethyl ester
Identifiers
CAS number 15366-29-7 Yes
PubChem 10197817
ChemSpider 8373317 Yes
Jmol-3D images Image 1
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Properties
Molecular formula C6H13N3O2
Molar mass 159.19 g/mol
Acidity (pKa) 2.67, 11.2, 6
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Except where noted otherwise, data are given for materials in their standard state (at 25 °C, 100 kPa)
Infobox references

Creatine ethyl ester, also known as creatine estercre-ester and CEE, is a substance sold as an aid for athletic performance and for muscle development in bodybuilding. It is an ethyl ester derivative of creatine, from which it is made. In the body, CEE is converted back into creatine.[citation needed] CEE is said to have a much better absorption rate and a longer half-life in the body than regularcreatine monohydrate, because it is slightly more lipophilic.[citation needed] It is also proposed to bypass the creatine transporter, thereby increasing skeletal muscle uptake of creatine and leading to an increased ability to regenerate ATP.[1] However, in a published study comparing the two, CEE was not as effective at increasing serum and muscle creatine levels or in improving body composition, muscle mass, strength, and power.[1]

As a supplement, the compound was developed, patented and licensed through UNeMed, the technology transfer entity of theUniversity of Nebraska Medical Center, and is sold under numerous brand names.

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creatine (ethyl ester) +  nitric oxide + honey + baking soda + carbs + protein =  pre-workout

glutamine + protein + 20 g carbs = post-workout

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