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Creatine Ethyl Ester - A More Efficient Creatine Supplement

Aug 17, 2007
It is imperative to remember when thinking about trying creatine ethyl ester (CEE) that there is very little scientific data available. Creatine ethyl ester is a very new product that has recently been introduced to the bodybuilding community. It is showing great and strong promise for those strength training and the benefits can't be disregarded. There are a few things that are known about CEE and the benefits that it can give any athlete.

The first key point about creatine ethyl ester is that it is much more soluble than traditional creatine products. What does this mean for the consumer? Solubility means that CEE is transported to the muscle for use much faster than other creatine products. Creatine monohydrate and other products have a considerably low solubility percentage. Typically the dosage is much higher than creatine ethyl ester for this exact reason. Because the solubility is so low, the dosage of creatine products are higher than CEE.

There is some confusion regarding creatine ethyl ester because at the end of a training session there is no sufficient evidence to support the fact that it leads to a larger increase of creatine in the muscle. At the end of the training period the levels of creatine in the muscles do not support the claims that it builds up creatine levels in the muscles. CEE is such a new product that this element is still being researched and studied.

One of the facts that are known about creatine ethyl ester is that it uses body fat more efficiently. This is a highly beneficial factor because it increases lipopholic abilities meaning that it infuses the cell wall and provides maximum benefits to the muscles. CEE is much more efficient in this manner than the creatine monohydrate and other such products. That simply means that CEE is absorbed and transported to the muscles much more efficiently than traditional creatine.

CEE doesn't give the uncomfortable side effect of bloating. This is in part due to the high absorption rate of CEE. The other part of the reason for not bloating is that there is a significantly lower dosage required than traditional creatine supplements. Creatine in general attracts water into the cells and therefore, not taking as high a dose can prevent that water bloated feel and look. The creatine that doesn't get absorbed by the cells gets stored outside these cells and causes the bloating effect. The pivotal difference with CEE is that it attracts that bloating water into the muscle. This provides hydration and a hard, solid appearance to muscles without the water retention. Give creatine ethyl ester a try today and discover for yourself the incredible strength training properties it presents any consumer.
About the Author
Troy Degarnham is the author and webmaster of http://www.bodybuilding-muscle-supplements.info, an informative website about Muscle Building Supplements. Pros and cons of the major supplements are discussed including information on protein, creatine ethyl ester, glutamine, amino acids, nitric oxide and multi vitamins.
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