What is creatine
Creatine is an amino acid produced by the body in the liver, kidney and pancreas, then converted into phosphocreatine and stored in muscle, where it is used for energy. During intense physical effort and brief, phosphocreatine is connvertita into ATP, the major source of energy for the body.
“You are what you eat” is a saying. So simply can findings from nutritional science and everyday life by dermatologists to sum up. Because our skin needs no expensive skin creams and anti-aging gel, but compassionate care from the inside. And that’s easy.
The food we eat every day and drink, affects our skin. For important ingredients of the food – including proteins, vitamins, minerals and fat – enter the body via the blood to the skin and provide it. “Who feeds to one side, running the risk of getting skin problems,” warns Professor Christiane Bayerl. She is a specialist in skin and venereal diseases and director of the Department of Dermatology and Allergology at the Helios Horst-Schmidt-Kliniken in Wiesbaden.
The cosmetics industry holds for hair care provides many products not only shampoos, conditioners and treatments promise a bright and healthy mane. Also hairspray, foam and wax to provide besides the firming effect for a little extra care. But too much of it is not good either.
“If the hair we overdo it often” white skin and hair specialist Dr. Madeleine Schunter, the member of the Professional Association of German Dermatologists (BVDD) is. “Who does too much, risking the health of the scalp – and the worst case, may lead to hair loss.”
Not just before Easter the local cuisine without eggs is unthinkable. Often, however, have grown up around the daily companions of our daily lives, many myths and half-truths: What’s with the red dot in the egg yolk to be? How superimposed one egg is best? And one may freeze them? We have investigated the most frequently asked questions to the egg.
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