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An Overview of Creatine: Natural Function and Dietary Supplement

 
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An Overview of Creatine: Natural Function and Dietary Supplement

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A 7 page overview of the natural and synthetic sources of creatine. Notes the common utilization of the synthetic form of this substance as a dietary supplement by athletes. Emphasizes that while there are few reported negative physiological impacts of this practice, few studies have been completed in general. Urges that individuals err on the side of caution in their choice to use this substance. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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