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Although creatine is one of the most used supplements, it is also one around which many myths and unknowns circulate that in this article we will answer. The idea is to gather here some of the most frequently asked questions and questions about this supplement. What creatine format should I consume?

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Ashwagandha is a highly revered herb within Indian Ayurveda medicine. In this medicine ashwagandha has been traditionally used in various disease processes and especially as a tonic with anxiolytic effects. He is also credited with the ability to increase energy levels and improve mitochondrial health not to mention the effects on cognition and its help against neurodegenerative diseases.

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Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a complex endocrine disease that is defined according to the following criteria: Clinical or biochemical symptoms of hyperandrogenism or androgen excess with the symptoms that entails (hirsutism, irregular menstrual cycles, acne ...). Ultrasound where ovarian microfollicles (cysts) or abnormal ovarian size can be observed.

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Creatine is one of the most used, most useful and after all, one of the most solid scientific evidence behind it. This will be the first article in a series where we will see what are the only supplements that have a grade of scientific evidence of grade A, that is, "those supplements with good to solid evidence to achieve benefits in sports performance when used in specific scenarios ".

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The supplementation industry is a multi-billion dollar industry and in the case of BCAAs (Branched-chain amino acids) or branched-chain amino acids, it has grown under the premise that they increase anabolic status by stimulating protein synthesis. Apart from its effects on muscle mass gain, much has also been said about its effects on the attenuation of muscle damage and the reduction of central fatigue, but how true is it in these statements?

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Feeding, rest and training itself are considerably more important in terms of muscle mass gain, but in many cases we give supplements a higher priority, and this is a serious mistake. What are supplements and what are they used for? According to the Food & Drug Administration, dietary supplements, or nutritional supplements, are products that; They are taken orally.

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The consumption of androgenic anabolic steroids (EAA) in fitness is a very controversial issue, since although many of us are against its use in the recreational and sports field, we all admire and know the athletes who get the most "superhuman feats" "and shocking. It is true that the consumption of steroids at the therapeutic level is an increasingly studied topic and that opens up a new world of possibilities for the treatment of problems such as erectile dysfunction or loss of sexual appetite, but is everything gold what glitters?

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