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Creatine Monohydrate Clinical Studies

Study #1


"Although not all studies report significant results, the preponderance of scientific evidence indicates that creatine supplementation appears to be a generally effective nutritional ergogenic aid for a variety of exercise tasks in a number of athletic and clinical populations."


[Richard B. Kreider. Effects of creatine supplementation on performance and training adaptations.  Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry February 2003, Volume 244, Issue 1-2, pp 89-94]



Study #2


"One week of creatine supplementation (25 g/day) enhances muscular performance during repeated sets of bench press and jump squat exercise."


Creatine Supplementation Enhances Muscular Performance During High-Intensity Resistance Exercise. Jou Academy of Nut. July 1997 Volume 97, Issue 7, Pages 765–770


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