E-gaming and energy metabolism
New study from Creatine Complete program
E-gaming is considered an energy-demanding activity but its bioenergetics remains poorly addressed, particularly in terms of high energy phosphates metabolism. In on-going ABL study, we commence to analyze the biodynamics of selected phosphate-storage molecules before and after a prolonged e-gaming session in male e-gamers – from the blood and urine to different areas of the brain. This is the first study tackling this ever-popular activity in our lab, and the ultimate goal would be to develop new safe and effective nootropics.