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  • Creatine Essay

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    Creatine What evidence is given for Creatine scientific or testimonial? The evidence I will provide is strictly scientific, the information comes from the Journal of Sports Nutrition. The article is written by Richard B. Kreider, Exercise & Sport Nutrition Laboratory Department of Human Movement Sciences and Education The University of Memphis. The author has many credentials, such as his testing of finding the effects of six weeks of creatine monohydrate supplementation in male and female

  • Creatine Supplements

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    significant presence in the athletic industry within the last couple decades. One of the most popular performance enhancing supplements is creatine. One may ask, “why take creatine supplements if our body produces it and you can find it, naturally, in animal foods?” On average, intake of creatine,

  • Creatine and its Dangers Essay

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    Creatine and its Dangers Creatine is a very controversial supplement on the market today. Many endorse the uses of creatine, but others are skeptical about the advantage a person receives from taking it and the dangers one inherits as a result of creatine consumption. The debate remains due to the short amount of time that creatine has been available. People base their opinions on preliminary studies that have been done but no one knows the long-term effects of creatine on the body. Many

  • Creatine Literature Review

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    Literature Review: Creatine Supplementation Introduction Creatine is a natural substance that occurs in the body, it is also a supplement that has been tested by numerus athletes over the years to see whether it has a positive effect on performance. However, there is anecdotal evidence that suggests creatine supplementation may be the cause of negative side effects such as dehydration, the increase of muscle cramping and an increase in blood pressure. One way the supplementation of creatine can improve

  • Creatine Side Effects On Nutritional Supplements

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    This creatine side effects update covers sources of creatine in food,effective supplementation and study results of creatines effectiveness. Over the last decade, thousands of articles have been written about creatine side effects in scientific journals, magazines, newspapers, and on the Internet. The reason for this interest is that creatine supplements have proven to be one of the most effective methods available to increase strength, power, and muscle mass. Moreover, a number of potential therapeutic

  • Creatine : How Does It Work? Essay

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    Creatine: How does it work? The quest to reach physical human perfection is coveted by many but pursued by few. What is the ideal human body? It’s almost certain that this image will reflect that of a powerful body builder or athlete. Exercising is vital in improving health and physical appearance. In order to facilitate the pursuit of physical perfection there is an industry dedicated to exploiting these desires. The nutritional supplements industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the

  • Cerebral Creatine Deficiency Syndromes ( Ccdss ) Essay

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    Cerebral Creatine Deficiency Syndromes (CCDSs) Introduction A nitrogenous organic acid that is naturally produced in the kidney and liver of the human is called Creatine (Cr). The energy requirement of the body is maintained by the Cr by the production of ATP. The energy is mainly given to high energy demand tissues. The human brain is the most important tissue which requires Cr for the normal function. A part of creatine is converted into creatinine. This creatinine is removed from the body

  • Actions and Effects of Creatine Essay

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    Actions and Effects of Creatine Throughout time, humans have had a fascination with being excellent at what they do, and athletics have been no exception. Many substances exist, and many have been criticized and analyzed for their safety, legality, and morality for athletes. With the banning of steroids from competitive sports, and the implementation of random drug testing in most sports, most athletes, professional, recreational, and would-be professionals are hoping

  • The effects of Creatine in Sports Performance Essay

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    The criteria for articles chosen was that each piece of research needed to involved the intake of CR, and being physically or athletically tested pre and post ingestion of CR with no other supplementation, steroid, or health related drugs involved. All research articles were double blind with placebo groups to prevent the effects of bias and placebo effects. All research was done within the previous 16 years and a balance of gender was aimed for in order to be unbiased but resources were mainly male

  • Creatine Use Must be Banned Essay

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    transformation of creatine into energy occurs within the first few seconds of exertion. Creatine supplements are artificially made creatine that can be taken by athletes as ergogens, substances that can be used by athletes to enhance performance. Artificially made creatine is available as powder, capsules, candy, and gum. The goal of creatine supplementation is to increase the energy in the muscles so that athletes can improve their strength, speed, and endurance.   Although creatine is fairly