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Creatine is a dietary supplement recommended for the development of strength and muscle growth. It improves energy synthesis, which increases resistance, especially in short and intense or anaerobic exercises.  Those who take it tend to gain weight and increase speed.
BCAAs are branched amino acids (leucine, isoleucine and valine). The combination of these three essential amino acids makes up almost a third of skeletal muscles, playing a very important role in the synthesis of proteins. They are used to increase and maintain muscle mass, and can also help improve intensity in training, as they compete with tryptophan to enter the brain, which allows it not to become serotonin and as a result there is no feeling of fatigue, helping to train for longer and more intensely. Glutamine is an essential amino acid that is synthesized in muscles. For athletes, it is important to supplement it, as its consumption is greater than its synthesis. During training, it can be used as a source of energy, also helping to protect muscles from protein loss, preserving muscle mass.

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