Tricreatine orotate

Tricreatine Orotate

Tricreatine orotate

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Tricreatine Orotate is a molecule of creatine bonded to orotic acid, a precursor of the nucleic acids that are used for DNA construction that increases the amount of carnosine in muscle cells. By increasing the level of carnosine found in the muscle, this buffers the acidity levels produced in the muscle cells during strenuous activity. Orotic acid also enhances the formation of creatine phosphate, a source of energy converted to adenosine triphosphate (ATP) while the muscle is resting, as well as supporting muscle-protein synthesis.


Muscle and Fitness Magazine September 2006

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