Additionally, more is being discovered about the possible benefits of creatine in cognitive performance in the elderly, as well as having a potential to protect against age-dependent neurodegenerative disorders, such as Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease, as well as ALS Huntington’s disease, ischemic stroke and others [Subcell Biochem. 2007; 46:204- 43]. The researchers need to look into all of this much more, but they believe that the potential therapeutic value of creatine supplementation lies in neurodegenerative disorders that have been associated with bioenergetic deficits, such as the ones mentioned.

Creatine Magnapower®, Albion’s magnesium creatine chelate has been shown in clinical studies to be a superior form of creatine. By combining the benefits of magnesium and creatine in a single chelate molecule, Albion has created a nutraceutical ingredient that contains all you need to continuously recycled energy – ATP!(see Figure 1). If the situation calls for creatine then Creatine MagnaPower® is the answer!

Figure 1. Creatine kinase reaction presented in this image. Figure 2. An Outline of the ATP-synthase macromolecule.

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