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  • Creatine

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    Creatine Having finally resolved to work out at the gym, you sweat and toil for weeks on end only to look in the mirror and see little to show for it. It's the paradox of the New Year's resolution exerciser. Seeing physical results can help exercisers stay true to their fitness programs, yet for many it takes months to achieve noticeable muscle changes. Creatine Monohydrate has become the most popular supplement in the world among individuals interested in body-building and fitness. As you

  • Creatine and Youth

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    Creatine and Youth In the past, athletes had to turn to such things as anabolic steroids or blood doping (the process of taking out blood and adding oxygen to it and putting it back into your body in order to increase a persons endurance) to get an edge over the competition. However, these procedures have many drawbacks. Mainly, they are illegal. An athlete may be suspended form playing their sport for using them. They have many long terms and short term side effects. Now there is a new

  • Creatine

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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

  • The Safety and Benefits of Creatine

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    The Safety and Benefits of Creatine Topic:     The Safety and Benefits of Creatine General Purpose:     To inform Specific Purpose:     To inform my audience of the safety of creatine use and also to inform them of the benefits creatine use can provide. Central Idea:     Many people are misinformed on the subject of creatine use and exactly what it is and what creatine can do. Organizational Pattern:     Topical Introduction I.     How would you like to be able to increase your strength or even

  • Creatine Essay

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    What is creatine? Creatine supplements are used by athletes, bodybuilders, wrestlers and others who wish to gain muscle mass. The average athlete typically consumes 2 to 3 times the amount that could be obtained from a high-protein diet. Creatine helps to supply energy to all cells in the body, primarily muscle. (wiki) Creatine is naturally produced in the human body from amino acids primarily in the kidney and liver. It is transported in the blood for use by muscles. Approximately 95% of the human

  • Creatine and its Dangers

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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

  • Actions and Effects of Creatine

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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 to gain an edge. More

  • Creatine Use Must be Banned

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    delight, a new promising product, creatine, has recently appeared on the market. Creatine is a substance found in meats and synthesized by the human body but the latest craze is over artificially made creatine. Many athletes take it in hopes of increasing their strength, speed, or endurance. Althoug h the initial results of creatine testing were very positive, showing potential to help athletes increase their strength and speed, new evidence shows that creatine is not as perfect of a nutritional

  • Impact of Supplementing the Diet with Extra Creatine

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    of creatine supplementation for this literature review. His initial draft was organized in a way that indicated he had control of the material and was able to put it together logically . He showed a strong sense of his audience’s needs by grouping the results of the research articles under clear topics. Introduction The human body uses creatine phosphate to produce ATP, the primary energy supply for working muscles. Creatine phosphate is formed through an enzymatic process from creatine, which

  • The effects of Creatine in Sports Performance

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    I. P. A. O. J. T., 2004. Effects of creatine supplementation on the performance and body. Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry , Volume 15, pp. 473-478. Rossouw, F., Krüger, P. & Rossouw, J., 2000. The Effect of Creatine Monohyrdrate loading on Maximal Intermittent Exercise and Sport-Specific Strengt in well Trained Power-Lifters. Nutrition Research, 20(4), pp. 505-514. Vatania, D. S., Farajib, H., Sooric, R. & Mogharnasid, M., 2011. The effects of creatine supplementation on performance and hormonal