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AcronymDefinition
CREACreative
CREACanadian Real Estate Association
CREACreatine
CREAConselho Regional de Engenharia, Arquitetura E Agronomia (Regional Engineering, Architecture and Agronomy Council - Brazil)
CREACouncil of Republicans for Environmental Advocacy
CREACenter for Reflection, Education and Action
CREACertified Real Estate Appraiser
CREACertified Reverse Engineering Analyst (Information Assurance Certification Review Board)
CREACongressional Research Employees Association
CREACenter for Regional Economic Analysis
CREAConversion for Reclaiming Earth in the Americas (Boston, MA)
CREACommunity Research Education Awareness (Denver, Colorado)
CREAConsorcios Rurales de Experimentación Agricola (Spanish, Argentina)
CREACongressional Reports Elimination Act of 1982
CREACincinnati Religious Education Association
CREAComité Régional d'Equitation d'Aquitaine (French: Regional Riding Committee of Aquitaine; Aquitaine, France)
CREACommunauté d'Agglomération Rouen-Elbeuf-Austreberthe (French: Community of Greater Rouen Aagglomération-Elbeuf-Austreberthe)
CREAComité Régional d'Equitation d'Alsace (French: Regional Riding Committee of Alsace; Alsace, France)
CREACentre de Recherche et d'Etudes pour l'Alimentation (French: Center for Research and Food Studies)
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The muscular creatine and phosphocreatine are changed into creatinine nonenzymatically at a constant rate which disperses out the cell and is excreted into urine by kidney.
Even setting aside the well-known dangers of steroid use, creatine is one of the most popular weight gain supplements among this age group; several studies report between 8.
Creatine kinase was assayed by UV kinetic (IFCC) method & creatine kinase-MB was assayed by following procedure.
Folic acid and creatine as therapeutic approaches to lower blood arsenic: a randomized controlled trial.
The present study was designed to determine the influence of two different doses (1% and 3%) of creatine monohydrate on serum levels of proinflammatory cytokines (IL-6 and IL-18) in female albino mice with neonatal HI insult.
The report also provides information about the uses, dosage, and potential side effects of creatine and BCAAs and explains differences among forms of these ingredients, such as creatine monohydrate, creatine AKG, dicreatine malate, and KreAlkalyn.
1,2) In fact, creatine is now being hailed by experts as "a starting-point for a novel means of delaying neurodegenerative disease, and/or for strengthening memory function and intellectual capabilities.
Creatine isn't illegal but some heavy users report violent moodswings.
Additionally, it is a well known fact that creatine helps to build muscle by regulating the ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) and ADP (Adenosine Diphosphate) ratio during workouts so it is definitely something to be considered by persons who are into body building and fitness.
Creatine plays a significant role in energy metabolism, which has been shown to have a major effect on the survival of newborn piglets until they're weaned.
Creatine, a natural compound found in muscle tissue, can also help guys recover faster between sets, meaning they can attack the weights faster and harder.