Creatine is an inexpensive and safe dietary supplement

Creatine is an inexpensive and safe dietary supplement that has both peripheral and central effects. The benefits afforded to older adults through creatine ingestion are substantial, can improve quality of life, and ultimately may reduce the disease burden associated with sarcopenia and cognitive dysfunction.Amplify’d from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.govAmino Acids. 2011 May;40(5):1349-62. Epub 2011 Mar 11.Use of creatine … Continue reading Creatine is an inexpensive and safe dietary supplement

Creatine is an inexpensive and safe dietary supplement

The benefits to older adults of creatine are substantial, *can improve quality of life, and *ultimately may reduce diseases associated with *muscle loss and *cognitive dysfunction. The well documented benefits of creatine supplementation in young adults, including increased lean body mass, increased strength, and enhanced fatigue resistance are particularly important to older adults. Higher brain … Continue reading Creatine is an inexpensive and safe dietary supplement

Creatine; Think Better!

Creatine is an inexpensive and safe dietary supplement that has both peripheral and central effects. The benefits afforded to older adults through creatine ingestion are substantial, can improve quality of life, and ultimately may reduce the disease burden associated with sarcopenia and cognitive dysfunction.Amplify’d from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.govAmino Acids. 2011 May;40(5):1349-62. Epub 2011 Mar 11.Use of creatine … Continue reading Creatine; Think Better!

Water Before a Meal = Better Wt. Loss

Drinking 500 ml water prior to each daily meal Weight loss was ~2 kg greater in the water group than in the nonwater group, and the water group showed a 44% greater decline in weight over the 12 weeks than the nonwater group Thus, when combined with a hypocaloric diet, consuming 500 ml water prior … Continue reading Water Before a Meal = Better Wt. Loss

Adult Onset Celiac Disease

Beware Mean age was 33 (18-65) years and 50 (74%) were women. The clinical manifestations were diarrhoea in 38 (55%), abdominal pain in 27 (40%), loss of weight in 15 (22%), dyspepsia in 13 (19%). Analytical results showed a slight increase of transaminases in 26 (38%), ferropenic anaemia in 33 (48.5%) cases, sub-clinical hypothyroidism in … Continue reading Adult Onset Celiac Disease