Creatine Supplements Ada OK

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Harmony Day Spa & Resort
(580) 421-9743
13210 County Road 3540
Ada, OK
 
Rcp Enterprises Inc
(580) 436-0411
16217 County Road 1586
Ada, OK
 
House of Health
(580) 436-4143
124 E Main
Roff, OK
 
GNC
(405) 579-7407
1217 Alameda Street
Norman, OK
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Herban Resource Center(DBA Herban Market)
(405) 577-5757
805 S.Mustang
Yukon, OK

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Nutrition Center The
(580) 332-1130
910 Arlington Cn
Ada, OK
 
Plakman
(580) 456-7500
Roff, OK
 
Homeland
(405) 330-7200
24 East 33rd Street
Edmond, OK
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Walgreens
(918) 251-7924
701 West Houston Street
Broken Arrow, OK
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Sandy's Herbs
(405) 722-7444
5825 W Wilshire Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK
 
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More Creatine

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Posted by Mike Furci (07/25/2010 @ 9:11 am)

Creatine is perhaps the most researched supplement on the planet. Yet new data on the benefits of supplementing with this incredible substance is still mounting. Canadian researchers compared the changes in insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1) amounts in 2 groups of subjects. All the subjects performed at least 30 minutes of structured physical activity 3 -5 X?s per week for eight weeks. The subjects were randomly assigned to one of two groups: One supplementing with creatine, the other, an isocaloric placeo. Muscle biopsies were taken before and after the training period and analyzed for IGF-1 content. The creatine group had a 24% higher level of IGF-1. The creatine group also had a 23% higher increase in type II muscle fibers. These findings were independent of dietary guidelines. (Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab, 2008; 18(4))

What does this mean for the average Joe? It means if you supplement with creatine, you?ll not only get the well known ?volumizing? effect, but added lean mass.

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