Sports nutrition. Packaging with creatine

Creatine, brown fat, and bigger muscles…along with awesome sexual performance…

—-Important Message—-

This is a MAJOR study that I believe Big Pharma corporations have systematically censored, suppressed, and buried…

I call it The Censored One.

It’s actually part of a group of over 3,000 studies, but it’s the pearl of them all.

The study relates to free fatty acids, what I call very simply, blood fat.

Read this very carefully: Has your doctor told you how to keep dangerous blood fat out of your bloodstream?

Probably not.

And yet, blood fat is the most toxic dangerous threat to health that we face today…

…according to The Censored One study that Big Pharma prays you will never see.

I’m busting open The Censored One and showing everything to you here, deciphered and uncensored.



One of the symptoms of getting older is that your metabolism gets lower and slower.

Low and slow metabolism translates too often to belly fat.

It also leads to high estrogen, low testosterone, high inflammation, and diseases including diabetes and high blood pressure.

One way to reverse a low and slow metabolism is to increase the rate at which your mitochondria burn fuel.

If they burn fuel faster, it’s like adding wood to a raging bonfire. Your metabolism gets warmer and speeds up.

The energy factories that need to be warmed up in each cell are called mitochondria.

And now a new study shows a very promising way of increasing metabolism in the mitochondria.

This works specifically by increasing the rate of fat burning in fat cells.

There are two kinds of fat cells: beige fat cells and brown fat cells.

Before this, it was thought that only brown fat cells could really produce a lot of heat.

But this study shows how regular fat cells (beige fat cells) can be stoked to heat up and burn fuel a lot faster too.

The researchers determined that:

“creatine enhances respiration in beige-fat mitochondria”

Creatine is a very common nutritional supplement and is also found in great quantities in the body.

It’s related to the amino acid arginine. Arginine and glycine are the two amino acids the body uses to create creatine.

These scientists found that when creatine in the body is increased, the cells begin burning a lot more energy a lot faster.

Specifically, the beige fat cells become warmer.

That’s good because it shows how you can speed up your metabolism with creatine.

There are some chemicals that lower creatine production in the body.

When they gave these chemicals to mice, the metabolisms of the mice slowed down because their creatine levels had fallen.

I highly recommend you don’t go around taking too much L-arginine…

But you can certainly supplement with creatine and see how it goes.

Providing your doctor says it’s okay.

This may be a good way to increase your metabolism.

“These data suggest that this pathway might limit weight gain during overnutrition.”

—–Important Message—–

Teenage metabolism and stamina in one supplement?

Wake up with a rigid, engorged 2-by-4 erection and a feeling that you can conquer the world…

…you issue a silent prayer of thanks to this simple home remedy.

Big Pharma is spending billions promoting it as a “unique” and expensive chemical.

You’re grinning hugely because you know how to have that youthful energy and horniness for just 30 cents…

…and you just outsmarted the greedy Big Pharma industry who wants $100 for this simple remedy…

Give Big Pharma the middle finger – with this 30-cent remedy you’ll have youthful energy and horniness surging through you – like a raging waterfall of youthful virility



Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
A Creatine-Driven Substrate Cycle Enhances Energy Expenditure and Thermogenesis in Beige Fat Fuels the Thermic Effect of Feeding

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