What Creatine Does to the Body

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What Creatine Does to the Entire body

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In this movie, Jonathan from the Institute of Human Anatomy discusses how creatine functions, how you get it, if it is secure, and how it can improve athletic general performance.

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Online video Timeline

00:00 – 00:55 Intro
00:56 – 01:47 What is Creatine Designed From?
01:48 – 02:15 How Do We Get Creatine?
02:16 – 04:03 Can Vegans and Vegetarians Be Deficient in Creatine?
04:04 – 06:15 Other Dietary supplements for Athletic Efficiency – AG1 & “Destroying” Jeremy!
06:16 – 08:20 The 3 Electricity Units of the Physique (Hint… Creatine is one particular of them…)
08:21 – 11:50 How Creatine Really Functions & Fuels Your Muscle groups
11:51 – 13:13 How Substantially Do You Have to Consider?
13:14 – 14:16 How Creatine Really Enhances Athletic Effectiveness
14:17 – 16:12 What are the Side Consequences & Is Creatine Safe?
16:13 – 17:10 Geoffrey & Jonathan’s Ultimate Message: AG1, Superman, Quizzes, & Things

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39 thoughts on “What Creatine Does to the Body

  • at 4:50 am
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    creatine make jim go big

  • at 7:00 am
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    Both but for different reasons? 'Pumped up muscles' or sprint running?

  • at 7:23 am
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    4:37 if the guy making the video on whether or not you should supplement with creatine (3:53) says he takes 1 scoop of creatine everyday, then you can guess what the answer to the question is.

  • at 9:41 am
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    I cried when Batman got Superman killed in that movie Batman vs Superman. And I cried with happiness when the Avengers brought him back to life in that other movie, Justice League. I take a mix of BCAAs with Creatine and Glutamine on training days. I always train while fasting. It gives me a lot of energy.

  • at 10:37 am
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    Three months in of 5mg, creatine induced proteinuria/kidney failing its job. Quit creatine: fine again. Not recommended for anyone with kidney issues or regular drinkers.

  • at 10:42 am
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    Creatine 'loading' is a marketing ploy so meat heads would spend double what they had to….and it worked.

  • at 12:43 pm
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    In my extreme gym rat days I was taking creatine but all it did was make me retain water.

  • at 2:10 pm
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    I think it's pretty funny how one of them looks like Andrew Lincoln AKA Rick Grimes.

  • at 3:34 pm
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    Creatinine make me pee a lot for sure

  • at 6:48 pm
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    One thing that I will say is that Creatine does have that Cramping side effect and that will only happen when you have more creatine than what your body requires. I responded to creatine very well but I was unintentionally taking 7g to 8g of creatine everyday and my muscles use to cramp like hell. Hope that helps πŸ™

  • at 7:00 pm
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    Thank you for the informative video !

    Does this mean that I should take my creatine before my workout then to have the best results? I used to take it at the same time as my protein shaker after the workout but learning about the way it works tend to tell me that I should take it before the workout.

  • at 7:44 pm
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    8:50 Just like batteries! πŸ˜ƒπŸ’‘
    β€’ Have + and – charges | Cr and CrP
    β€’ Flowing from one pole to the opposite to work | ATP to ADP
    β€’ 'Charging' using oxygen πŸ™ŒπŸΌ
    β€’ Bigger batteries (muscles) I'm assuming, store more 'charges' leading to…πŸ’‘πŸ’‘πŸ™ŒπŸΌ

    too much about how, the mere meat functions just clicked from the battery analogy πŸ™ŒπŸΌπŸ˜‚πŸ’‘

    Now we must talk about the type of brain signals sent to muscles and how muscles translate that into movement πŸ€”πŸ€«

  • at 8:47 pm
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    I have read a lot about creatine and hence I can say for sure that Batman is the better hero.

  • at 9:06 pm
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    lol I was out of creatine and just wondering if it was worth repurchasing

  • at 9:21 pm
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    I used to like this channel but now every episode feels like an infomercial.

  • at 10:22 pm
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    What’s the most effective creation?

  • at 11:00 pm
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    Creatine is stored in the balls

  • at 11:09 pm
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    Creatine to me is a wonderful supplement. It does increase performance, strength and keeps my skin youthful. The avatar, that's me at 50 years old. And I'm happy with it.

  • at 11:26 pm
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    Superman trumps Batman.

  • at 11:38 pm
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    What about the talk about creatine contributing to hair loss ?

  • at 12:00 am
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    Great video ..love people that are knowledgeable, no b's..just factual knowledge.

  • at 12:29 am
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    So basically, having more creatine means having a bigger tank of gas. This increases the potency of your workouts by allowing you to pump more reps.
    For someone who simply wants a healthy life style, this isn't necessary. This is more so for people who wants to become stronger faster.

  • at 12:49 am
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    he said "fishes" 😐

  • at 2:11 am
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    SUPERMAN IS A CUCK!!! OMNIMAN ALL THE WAY!

  • at 3:24 am
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    before injuring my back, I would hit the gym 3 – 4 times/week doing heavy weight. Found that taking certain branch chain amino acids (BCAA) helped my recovery (and reduced soreness) enormously. Only downside was the powder tasted awful 😣

  • at 3:51 am
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    If you're limiting the discussion to D.C. "superheroes", then I'd lean towards Batman. In terms of true superheroes, Ironman crushes them both… similar to what Jeremy will soon experience.

    Wondering how feasible it would be to have the IHA logo printed on a cape for Jeremy… he'll need a cape-sized handkerchief to soak up all his tears.

  • at 3:58 am
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    It's One Punch man not superman~ that dude went bald training.

  • at 4:02 am
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    This is definitely the best and most useful explanation i’ve ever heard.

  • at 6:08 am
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    TLDR for Meli: Creatine good

  • at 7:27 am
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    What about creatine and hair loss?

  • at 9:20 am
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    I already know enough about creatine so I'm gonna refer to the batman VS superman question. Yes, superman is better in every way in terms of power, sturdiness and abilities and he has only one tiny weakness BUT that all makes him boring af. Batman is a hero that struggled to get to where he's now and it's amazing what he can pull off without much power. So although batman is worse as a hero, he's better as a character. And I don't even watch superhero movies at all, so I don't know why I went on such a rant lol

  • at 9:44 am
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    okokokokokok. Youd have to consume a massive amount of meat for 5g of creatine… So much meat to the point where it will harm u in the long run. meat in large quantities will age you and create a higher risk of cancers depending on the quality you're getting. NOTHING WRONG WITH MEAT JUST DONT EAT 20POUNDS A DAY FOR 5g of creatine. SUPPPLEMENT IT

  • at 10:53 am
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    I never seen the pinned comment ?

  • at 12:13 pm
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    As a baseball player using that slupement, I did suffer from muscle cramps and high levels of creatine in the kidneys which triggered a concern. High amounts of water intake is recommended to prevent those symptoms.

  • at 1:52 pm
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    I recently had blood work done and my doctor called saying my creatinine serum was high (which can be an indication of issues with kidney function). I told him I take creatine daily (pretty much) and he asked me to go off of it and re-test in a month to see if the high reading was due to creatine supplementation or not. I'd prefer to get back on creatine after I show that the elevated level was due to supplementation rather than kidney function issues but he's against supplementation (he's not a workout guy and it shows). I'm curious if long term creatine use can lead to kidney function issues of if it simply elevates a marker that can also signal kidney issues and is harmless.

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