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    bigger, stronger, and faster effectively. These supplements vary from simple over the counter products such as protein, amino acids, creatine, and even advanced supplements such as anabolic steroids. Some of these are incredible safe and effective while others may do more harm than good. I will be exploring the positive and negative benefits of creatine when taken as a supplement for an athlete (a baseball pitcher) whose desire is to become bigger and stronger at the collegiate level. Creatine was first introduced by a company to the U.S. in 1993 by a supplement company called “experimental and Applied Sciences”. Since its introduction is has become one of the most demanded products on the market. The creatine monohydrate mimics the natural creatine produced in the kidney, liver, and pancreas. Studies have proven that this supplement directly relates to increased power, strength, and muscle…

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    the basic requirement of your body, supported with the correct set of exercises, the buildup of strong muscles need one extra thing, as well, that is the supplement. A supplement is a specially made food/drink which contains all the required nutrients to grow mass on muscles. A good variety of such supplements…

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    the topic of Creatine effectiveness. This article discusses many key points about creatine use, Including, effectiveness of the supplement, usage and dosage of creatine as well as what type of physical exertion best complements creatine’s functions and the adverse health effects caused by creatine. Creatine is a non-essential compound that the body can either synthesize via the pancreas, kidneys or liver, It can also be obtained via consumption of meat, which naturally contain creatine.…

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    A supplement is a product ingested to ensure that a particular ingredient is obtained to add value to the body. The value may be in terms of nutrition, weight loss, building muscles or even to gain weight. The most common ingredients in supplements include vitamins, proteins, enzymes and amino acids. The most common types of supplements used in the market today are Decacor Creatine which is a creatine supplement, General Nutrition Corporation (GNC) cod liver oil which is a fish oil supplement,…

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    dollars on supplements and vitamins designed to improve overall health and body function. While some products claim to have “miracle powers”, others are proven to be most effective. When it comes to athletic performance, most athletes look to supplements to aid in strength and muscle gains. Though some take non-effective, sometimes illegal supplements like HGH and steroids, others look to the more common legal supplements like creatine. Creatine is a widely-researched supplement on the market…

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    Creatine Lab Report

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    The use of creatine as a nutritional supplement constitute the Position Statement of the Society 3. Methods 1. Subjects 1. Youth 2. Athletes 3. Male 2. Protocols 1. Creatine monohydrate is the most effective ergogenic nutritional supplement currently available to athletes in terms of increasing high-intensity exercise capacity and lean body mass during training. 2. Creatine monohydrate supplementation is not only safe, but possibly beneficial in regard to preventing injury and/or management…

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    Essay On Creatine

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    Creatine was discovered in 1832 by Michel Chevreul. It is formed from the amino acids arginine, glycine, and methionine. Athletes take creatine supplements to improve strength and power. Athletes normally purchase creatine in powder, capsule, and liquid forms. The average adult gets 1 to 2 grams of creatine from his or her normal diet; for athletic performance, people may start with 10 to 30 grams of creatine a day and follow by a maintenance dose of 2 to 5 grams of creatine a day. (David…

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    Creatine is one of the most beneficial substance that aid and help athletes improve performance. Creatine was first discovered back in 1832 when researcher Michel Eugene Chevreul “isolated it from the basified water-extract of skeletal muscle. He later named the crystallized precipitate after the Greek word for meat, κρέας (kreas)” (Creatine wikipedia). Even though creatine was discovered back then, it was dropped and then picked back up in 1912, when Otto Folin and Willy Glover Denis from…

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    I have a friend that is taking creatine monohydrate for the effects of increased muscle endurance while he is lifting at the gym. He claims that the supplement he takes helps him grind out a few more repetitions on heavy weight. He also likes the water retention effect that happens to make him look a tad bigger than he really is. When I found out he was taking this supplement I decided to research it to determine if it was really beneficial to his health. He admitted that he had not really…

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    So you’re ready to hit the gym, huh? You just grabbed a tub of protein, some Underarmor clothes, and a water bottle. You’re ready to make some gains, aren’t you? Wrong. You’ve already made your first mistake, you forgot the creatine. But, does creatine really improve your performance? Well, we all know that one guy that’s always saying the most unbelievable things such as “bro, you gotta take your 50g of protein within 10 minutes of working out or it’ll be wasted!”, it’s straight up broscience…

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