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Last updated on 7th Jun 2014

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Numerous scientific studies have been conducted into the mechanisms and effects of creatine supplementation. A study of eight volunteers showed that following creatine supplementation, there was a marked increase in the serum creatine concentration over a five day period of creatine loading at a rate of 5g per day. A second study showed that creatine supplementation increase the total work production over a 30 second period of high intensity exercise.

Furthermore, when this was repeated a second time shortly after, the total work produced was significantly higher after Creatine Monohydrate supplementation showing that recovery and endurance improves with creatine.

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Extensive research has shown that oral creatine supplementation effectively improves the physiological response to resistance exercise, increasing the maximal force production of muscles in both men and women.

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7th June 2014 @ 13:45

Creatine exists naturally in all muscle cells to act as a reserve store of high energy phosphates which it donates to another molecule to regenerate ATP, the immediate source of energy for the contractile machinery in muscle tissue.

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