It is very common for us to confuse keratinize and creative, two elements that have many things in common but are actually quite different. We explain these basic differences.
It is usually very common that when we perform a blood test, and especially when collecting the results, when reading the different parameters measured and the different values, we tend to get confused about high keratinize and another very common element, especially in the athletes life: creative.
In fact, how many times have we made a mistake when talking about them or asking the doctor? It is true that they are two different elements or substances, but in reality they have many things in common (and not only the name, which by the way is tremendously similar).
To begin with, we must take into account that creative is a chemical that is found in the body, more specifically in the muscles. This substance is produced by the body itself and can also be obtained and incorporated from the consumption of meat and fish or from tablets made in a laboratory.
Creative is generally used to improve physical performance in athletes, increasing muscle mass and older adults. To achieve this, the use of sports drinks containing creative is currently very fashionable.
In addition to improving sports performance, creative is also used to combat: heart failure, depression, bipolar disorder, Parkinson’s disease, muscle and nerve diseases, an eye disorder called gyrate atrophy and cholesterol high.
It is also used to delay the effects of diseases such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, Cradle’s disease, and many muscular dystrophies.
However, keratinize is a metabolic waste product that our body produces more or less constantly, which is finally filtered by our kidneys and excreted through urine. It does have something in common with creative, and that is that keratinize is a compound that is obtained from the degradation of creative.
That is, in short, while creative is made up of three amino acids (known by the names of glycine, arginine and methionine), keratinize is simply a waste product of the degradation of the muscles, and that is eliminated by the kidneys.
Why is keratinize analysis so important?
As we have mentioned at other times, the blood keratinize test is very important because it helps to discover if the kidneys are working properly.
The muscles produce it constantly, which is why blood keratinize values tend to remain stable over time, until a kidney problem or disorder causes their levels to rise, which can serve as a warning sign for the medical specialist As a suspicion that the kidneys are not performing their functions well…
Side effects of creative
Below we will detail what are the counter effects of its use: it can cause stomach pain, diarrhea, nausea and muscle cramps. When taken by mouth in high doses, it could damage the kidneys, liver, or heart function.
It can also cause dehydration since creative forces the muscles to extract water from other parts of the body, so it is not recommended to take creative when exercising on a hot day.
Moreover, if we abuse creative (or protein) supplements, they can increase keratinize levels in the liver, which, as many doctors say, is not at all good for our health.